Why This Psychologist Thinks Depression Is An Infectious Disease
Jan 6, 2015
Turhan delivers riveting examples of how other factors could play a large role in better understanding the pathology of depression. Viruses, parasites, emotional confusion and genetic markers on non-human genome are just a few examples of possible avenues to further research.
Turhan Canli is an Associate Professor of Psychology and Radiology at Stony Brook University. For years Turhan has studied, tested, and researched the pathology and diagnosis of depression. Turhan goes into further detail of how depression has been viewed and handled according to the current general understanding of the disease.