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''Economics.''
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1. ''Economics.''
  
 
In economics, a depression is a severe and extended recession.
 
In economics, a depression is a severe and extended recession.
  
Depressions are frequently associated with deflation.
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Economic depressions are frequently associated with deflation.
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2. ''Wellbeing - resilience.''
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Symptoms of depression in people range from extended periods of low mood, to feeling suicidal.
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Treatments include cognitive behavioural therapy and anti-depressant medication.
  
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
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* [[Cognitive behavioural therapy]]
 
* [[COVID-19 recession]]
 
* [[COVID-19 recession]]
 
* [[Deflation]]
 
* [[Deflation]]
 
* [[Great Depression]]
 
* [[Great Depression]]
 
* [[Great Recession]]
 
* [[Great Recession]]
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* [[Negative automatic thoughts]]
 
* [[Recession]]
 
* [[Recession]]
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* [[Resilience]]
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* [[Wellbeing]]
  
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[[Category:Influencing]]
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[[Category:Self_management_and_accountability]]
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[[Category:Working_effectively_with_others]]
 
[[Category:The_business_context]]
 
[[Category:The_business_context]]
 
[[Category:Identify_and_assess_risks]]
 
[[Category:Identify_and_assess_risks]]
 
[[Category:Manage_risks]]
 
[[Category:Manage_risks]]
 
[[Category:Financial_products_and_markets]]
 
[[Category:Financial_products_and_markets]]

Latest revision as of 11:23, 23 May 2020

1. Economics.

In economics, a depression is a severe and extended recession.

Economic depressions are frequently associated with deflation.


2. Wellbeing - resilience.

Symptoms of depression in people range from extended periods of low mood, to feeling suicidal.

Treatments include cognitive behavioural therapy and anti-depressant medication.


See also