Definition of Agitated depression
1. Noun. A state of clinical depression in which the person exhibits irritability and restlessness.
Medical Definition of Agitated depression
1. Depression with excitement and restlessness. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Agitated depression
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1. Outlines of Psychiatry by William Alanson White (1915)
"They i are: (i) Maniacal Stupor, (2) agitated depression, ... Agitated Depression.—Emotional depression, increased psycho- motor activity, flight of ideas. ..."
2. An Outline of abnormal psychology by James Winfred Bridges (1921)
"agitated depression — + + d. Maniacal stupor -f- — — e. ... It is mixed state c. above, agitated depression or melancholia agitans. This involu- tional form ..."
3. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by American Neurological Association, Philadelphia Neurological Society, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association, Boston Society of Psychiatry and Neurology (1913)
"The chronic state remains in agitated depression, with stereotyped phrases of a monotonous character. The history of case three is less full than the ..."
4. The Unsound Mind and the Law: A Presentation of Forensic Psychiatry by George W. Jacoby (1918)
"(2) agitated depression with Flight of Ideas. This state also arises from the typical manic exaltation, the euphoria becoming transformed into a depression, ..."
5. Assessment and Treatment of Patients With Coexisting Mental Illness and by Richard Ries (1996)
"Acute stimulant withdrawal typically involves an agitated depression, often with anxiety and sometimes with panic attacks. Subacute stimulant withdrawal ..."
6. Nervous and Mental Diseases by Archibald Church, Frederick Peterson (1919)
"Now we have occasionally cases of manic stupor (combination of exaltation and motor inhibition), or again agitated depression (combination of motor ..."