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Q: Which one of the following individuals is most likely to be diagnosed with depression? a.Sandy, who has had trouble sleeping for the past several months. b. Isabella, who is profoundly sad that her
dog died last night. c. Pam, who is still severely affected over the death of her father last week. d. Kirk, who is distraught that his son failed drug rehab for the third time.
A: The answer is b. Isabella, who is profoundly sad that her dog died last night- is most likely to be diagnosed with depression. [sad]
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the correct answer is ::Sandy, who has had trouble sleeping for the past several months.
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