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Persistent depressive disorder (PDD), also called dysthymia, is a form of chronic depression, with symptoms that are less severe but longer lasting than other forms of depression. In this guide from Child Mind Institute you'll learn about how to recognize PDD, how it's diagnosed in children and current treatment options. This information is also available in Spanish.