New research from the University of Michigan finds that college students with depression are twice as likely as their classmates to drop out. The research also indicates that lower grade-point averages depended on a student’s type of depression. There are two core symptoms of depression — loss of interest and pleasure in activities, or depressed mood — but only loss of interest is associated with lower grade-point averages.
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