masked depression

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A manifestation of clinical depression in which patients compensate for their depressed mood by adopting behaviors that occupy their time as fully as possible throughout waking hours, e.g., they may engage in constant demanding intellectual or physical work. Some creative artists and some scientists mask depression in this way.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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