*Depression

... a severe economic depression during the 1930s, commonly referred to as simply the depression Long Depression, an economic ... Depression or depress(ed) may refer to: Depression (mood), a state of low mood and aversion to activity Mood disorders that ... physiological depression of the central nervous system that can result in loss of consciousness Depression (geology), a ... Depression (economics), a sustained, long-term downturn in economic activity in one or more economies Great Depression, ...

*Tunkin Depression

... is a volcanic field in Russia. The Tunkin Depression itself is a 200 kilometres (120 mi) tectonic depression ... Four other groups of volcanoes are found in the Tunkin Depression. The Tunkin volcanic field has filled the Tunkin Depression ... The depression consists of a number of basins and is covered by alluvial sediments of the Irkut River. The basin is bordered by ... "Tunkin Depression". Global Volcanism Program. Smithsonian Institution. Whitford-Stark, J.L. (1987). A survey of Cenozoic ...

*Masked depression

According to some authors, masked depression is as frequent as overt depression. Although masked depression can be found at any ... MD has been variously described as "depression sine (without) depression" (K. Schneider, 1925), "latent" depression (Lange J., ... Masked depression (MD) was a proposed form of atypical depression in which somatic symptoms or behavioural disturbances ... Encyclopedia of Clinical Neuropsychology > Masked Depression Fisch R. Z. (1987). "Masked depression: its interrelations with ...

*Tuva Depression

The elevation of the depression varies between 500-1,000 metres (1,600-3,300 ft). Depression (geology) Kuznetsk Depression ... It is part of a region with a combination of raised lands and depressions. This Tuva Depression is within the Tuva Republic. ... Tuva Depression (Russian: Тувинская котловина, tr. Tuvinskaya kotlovina) is located among mountains of South Central Siberia - ... Minusinsk Depression Geography of South-Central Siberia "Central Siberia". Archived from the original on 2007-07-01. Retrieved ...

*Rational depression

... is reason-guided psychological depression. It can arise from adverse life circumstances. Such depression ... Rational depression sometimes leads to rational suicide. KL Kirschner (2007), "Calling It Quits: When Patients or Proxies ... Traditionally, cognitive therapists have asserted that there is no such thing as a rational depression since, while sadness can ... Christian leaders (such as John Cassian, Isidore of Seville, Bede) recognized the distinction between "irrational" depression ( ...

*Inbreeding depression

... the less likely it is to suffer from inbreeding depression. Inbreeding depression seems to be present in most groups of ... Inbreeding depression has also been found to occur more gradually than predicted in some wild populations, such as in the ... Inbreeding depression is the reduced biological fitness in a given population as a result of inbreeding, or breeding of related ... Inbreeding depression is often the result of a population bottleneck. In general, the higher the genetic variation or gene pool ...

*Danakil Depression

The Danakil Depression is the northern part of the Afar Triangle or Afar Depression in Ethiopia, a geological depression that ... The Danakil Depression is a plain, some 200 by 50 km (124 by 31 mi), lying in the north of the Afar Region of Ethiopia, near ... The Danakil Depression is the hottest place on Earth in terms of year-round average temperatures. It is also one of the lowest ... The Danakil Depression lies at the triple junction of three tectonic plates and has a complex geological history. It has ...

*Depression (geology)

A depression in geology is a landform sunken or depressed below the surrounding area. Depressions form by various mechanisms. ... a depression carved by erosion by a glacier. River valley: a depression carved by fluvial erosion by a river. Area of ... a volcanic depression resulting from collapse following a volcanic eruption. Pit crater: a volcanic depression smaller than a ... Sink: an endorheic depression generally containing a persistent or intermittent (seasonal) lake, a salt flat (playa) or dry ...

*Kara Depression

The Kara Depression is a depression in the Extreme North of European Russia, by the mouth of Kara River, north-east of the Pay- ... The depression is part of the Pechora coal basin. Structure of the Kara depression, International Geology Review Volume 18, ...

*Choir Depression

The Choir Depression is a depression near Choir, Mongolia. It is about 150 km long and 10 to 20 km wide, about 500 m lower than ... It lies at an altitude of 1269 m. Uranium prospecting began in the Choir Depression in 1955, and the Haraat deposit (of uranium ... Following new discoveries in 1997, there is estimated to be 18 million pounds of uranium trioxide in the depression. In early ...

*ST depression

... refers to a finding on an electrocardiogram. ST segment depression may be determined by measuring the vertical ... ST depression in leads I & aVL with acute inferior myocardial infarction) ST segment depression and T-wave changes may be seen ... Also, it can be a normal variant or artifacts, such as: Pseudo-ST-depression, which is a wandering baseline due to poor skin ... In a cardiac stress test, an ST depression of at least 1 mm after adenosine administration indicates a reversible ischaemia, ...

*Long Depression

The Long Depression - the First Great Depression What actually constitutes the Long Depression has been debatable, for at first ... which may also have played a role in causing the depression. Like the later Great Depression, the Long Depression affected ... The episode was labeled the "Great Depression" at the time, and it held that designation until the Great Depression of the ... In the United States, economists typically refer to the Long Depression as the Depression of 1873-79, kicked off by the Panic ...

*Kuznetsk Depression

Depression (geology) Geography of South-Central Siberia Minusinsk Depression Tuva Depression Coordinates: 54°13′26″N 86°20′32″ ... The depression has elevations up to 500 metres (1,600 ft),. It has an area of 70,000 km², with a length of 400 kilometres (250 ... The Kuznetsk Depression contains the famous coal-mining Kuznetsk Basin. The main cities in it are Kemerovo, Novokuznetsk, and ... Kuznetsk Depression (Russian: Кузнецкая котловина, Kuznetskaya kotlovina) is located among mountains of South-Central Siberia, ...

*Depression (economics)

... "a depression", and the economic crisis immediately preceding the 1930s depression, the Depression of 1920-21, was referred to ... Today the term "depression" is most often associated with the Great Depression of the 1930s, but the term had been in use long ... A depression is an unusual and extreme form of recession. Depressions are characterized by their length, by abnormally large ... This definition of depression implies that a recession and a depression will have different ending dates and thus distinct ...

*Caspian Depression

The North Caspian depression is part of the continental or semi-arid desert biome. The area receives 300 mm (12 in) of rain per ... The Caspian Depression is below sea-level, consisting of large areas of marshlands in the eastern region. It is one of the ... The depression is also home to a large number of insect species, with several thousand different species likely living in the ... The depression is also noted for salt domes, particularly Volgograd salt. It increases dramatically as one travels from the Ryn ...

*Mourdi Depression

The Mourdi Depression is a prominent desert depression of northeastern Chad. It lies adjacent to the Ennedi Plateau. The cleft ... before passing through the Mourdi Depression and Erdi Ma. The Mourdi Depression is also along a fisherman's route for reaching ... The Mourdi Depression lies along a trading route from Abéché to Kurfa; this route passes Tiné, then veers north to Bao, ... The depression is cited as one of the most important Saharan grazing-grounds. There are numerous rock paintings in the area. ...

*Collective depression

... much modern thinking treats collective depression as an aggregate of individuals depressions. However, there is growing ... Collective depression is often found in detained communities, such as ghettos, concentration camps or other places where all ... Collective depression can also be a state of considerable vulnerability, as destructive strategies may be clutched at through ... Collective depression is one of many collective mental states, such as collective elation, collective paranoia, collective ...

*Weser Depression

In Bremen, the Bremen Dunes, south of the Lesum, separate the Weser Depression from the Wümme Depression. North of the Lesum, ... The Weser Depression (German: Weserniederung) or Weser Lowlands is the region north of Porta Westfalica in Germany, where the ... From Langwedel, as far as the River Lesum, it is separated from the Wümme Depression by a narrow ridge of dunes, on which the ... At many places, such as south of the mouth of the River Aller or in Bremen-Huchting, the Weser Depression transitions to bog ...

*Outbreeding depression

The concept is opposed to inbreeding depression, although the two effects can occur simultaneously. Outbreeding depression ... "Inbreeding depression and outbreeding depression" by Michael Lynch. Leimu, R.; Fischer, M. (2010). Bruun, Hans Henrik, ed. " ... An extreme case of this type of outbreeding depression is the sterility and other fitness-reducing effects often seen in ... In biology, outbreeding depression is when progeny resulting from crosses between genetically distant individuals (outcrossing ...

*Retarded depression

... is a category of depression characterised by slow thinking and behaviour (psychomotor retardation). It is ... Retarded depression Robert J. Waldinger (1997). Psychiatry for Medical Students. American Psychiatric Pub. p. 112. ISBN 978-0- ... Paykel ES (2008). "Basic concepts of depression". Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience. 10 (3): 279-89. PMC 3181879 . PMID ... as a diagnostic category of depression it has largely been displaced by those in the American Psychiatric Association's ...

*Depression glass

... has been highly collectible since the 1960s. Due to its popularity as a collectible, Depression glass is ... in the United States and Canada around the time of the Great Depression. Much depression glass is uranium glass. The Quaker ... Often confused with Depression glass is Elegant glass, which is of much better quality. It was distributed through jewelry and ... Depression glass is clear or colored translucent machine made glassware that was distributed free, or at low cost, ...

*Depression cake

... is a type of cake that was commonly made during the Great Depression. The ingredients include little or no milk ... Depression cake is just one of many examples of ingredient substitution during the Great Depression, as some women took full ... Depression cake has been referred to as "War Cake" by texts dating back to World War I. In a pamphlet distributed by the United ... When the Great Depression hit America following the Stock Market Crash of 1929, families were forced to stretch their budgets ...

*Bodélé Depression

In winter, the depression produces an average of 700,000 tonnes of dust each day (Todd et al., 2007). Research published in the ... 2006). "The Bodélé depression: a single spot in the Sahara that provides most of the mineral dust to the Amazon forest ( ... Diatoms from these fresh water lakes, once part of Mega-Lake Chad, now make up the surface of the depression and are the source ... The dry bowl that forms the depression is marked by a series of ephemeral lakes, many of which were last filled during wetter ...

*Depression Cherry

"Reviews for Depression Cherry by Beach House". Metacritic. Retrieved October 9, 2015. Phares, Heather. "Depression Cherry - ... nine days before the release of Depression Cherry, NPR Music made a stream of the album available online. Depression Cherry ... Depression Cherry is the fifth studio album by American dream pop duo Beach House. It was co-produced by the group and Chris ... "Depression Cherry by Beach House on Sub Pop Records". Sub Pop. Retrieved August 28, 2015. Phillips, Amy (May 26, 2015). "Beach ...

*Godzareh depression

The Gowd-i zerrah, i.e., Zerrah Depression (Persian for "lake depression") is the lowest part of an inland drainage basin ... The lowest section of the Godzareh depression is 467 m above sea level. The depression only receives runoff water when the main ... In general, a geological depression is a landform that is sunken or lower than the surrounding area. The Godzareh depression is ... the Godzareh depression in Afghanistan. The depression is flat and very shallow with fine textured sediment at its lowest ...