Depression rates be an average of 1.0% higher in each of the following age groups in 2022 (to adjust for any demographic shifts). We should have access to this data in late 2014 (ie 10 years from now). According to the NIMH's interpretation of the NSD

Created by Porejide on 2014-11-30; known on 2024-11-30

  • Porejide estimated 65% on 2014-11-30
  • Porejide said “According to the NIMH’s interpretation of the NSDUH, depression prevalence rates in 2012 were 8.9% for people 18-25, 7.6% for people 26-49, and 5.5 for people 50%. on 2014-11-30
  • Porejide said “If these exact age groups can’t be found, longitudinal data suggesting a similar trend will be accepted, as long as it is the major data source espoused by the NIMH. on 2014-11-30
  • Porejide said “Re discussion of whether the internet and our continued interactions on it will make people “less happy” (although of course MDD is more than that, it should still be correlated); a similar thing could be done for anxiety. on 2014-11-30
  • kuudes said “What are the rates now and what are the tolerances, attaining which will cause this prediction to be judged right? If they rise more than 1.1% or less than 0.9% will this cause judgement of wrong?on 2014-12-01

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