How do patients describe cognitive symptoms of depression?

“I have difficulty making decisions"  "My mind feels foggy" "I am slower than before..
"Pikiran saya melayang (Bahasa)" "Gong Gong (Singapore local dialect)" "Tulala, mabagal (Tagalog)" 

In this interview, physicians from around the globe come together to share how their patients describe the cognitive symptoms of depression in their local language & verbatim. “The fact remains that they are referring to something which is beyond the depressed mood, beyond the loss of pleasure, which is dealing with their abilities to understand the word and deal with it…” Dr Shreekant Bhalchandra Joshi, India

Click on the video to see the full interview with Prof Vladimir Maletic, USA; Dr Leonardi AG, Indonesia; Dr Shreekant Bhalchandra Joshi, India; Dr Belle Erika Nubla-Gestuvo, Philippines; Dr Dr Margarita Maramis, Indonesia; Assoc Prof Ung Eng Khean, Singapore; Prof Pratap Chokka, Canada; Assoc Prof Ng Chong Guan, Malaysia & Dr Andri, Indonesia on how their patients describe the cognitive symptoms of depression

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