A recent German study shows that some contestants on television talent shows like "The Voice of Germany" are so humiliated by the experience that they remain depressed for years. Anyone who has spent long periods of time watching German reality television can probably attest to the fact that at some point it all turns into a bit of a downer. But according to a new study, being a contestant on one of those shows may actually lead to years of depression. According to a recent study by the International Central Institute for Youth and Educational Television IZI in Munich and the Media Authority of North Rhine-Westphalia LfM , some contestants on German competitive reality shows -- or "Castingshows," as they are called here -- have such traumatic experiences that years afterward they are still seriously depressed. The study followed 59 former participants of shows like "Das Supertalent," "The Voice of Germany" and "Deutschland sucht den Superstar" the German version of "American Idol" from the age of 16 to
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