Dr. Patricia Deldin is Director of the Mood and Schizophrenia Lab at the University of Michigan. A professor of psychology and psychiatry, Dr. Deldin's research examines emotional information processing in mood disorders, schizophrenia and normal populations utilizing neurophysiological measures.
Depression is very common, affecting 1 in 5 people — if not you, then a friend or family member. This makes a basic knowledge of the disorder vital for everyone. Dr. Patricia Deldin of the University of Michigan Depression Center debunks misperceptions to encourage a better understanding.