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Online Q&As

Depression Detectives regularly invited researchers and all kinds of experts to join us for live, online Q&As. These conversations were a chance for volunteers to find out what science knows about depression, and how science found that out. They were also a chance for researchers to find out what the volunteers wanted to know, and what insights they had, from their different perspective. These are the transcripts of all the Q&As we held.

What is Depression?

Looking Inside the Brain

Depression in Social Science

Treatments for Depression

Depression in Data

COVID and Mental Health

Sleep and Depression

Mental Health, Pregnancy and Childbirth in History

Trauma and Depression

Designing our Research

Designing our Research 2: It’s Not Just Databases





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