Handbook of Depression / edited by Gotlib, Ian H., Hammen, Constance L
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642 p. 26 x 18 cm
Contents
Introduction / Ian H. Gotlib and Constance L. Hammen
Part I: Descriptive Aspects of Depression
Ch.1 Epidemiology of Depression / Ronald C. Kessler, Peter De Jonge, Victoria Shahly, Hanna M. Van Loo, Philip S.-E. Wang, and Marsha A. Wilxox
Ch.2 Assessment of Depression / Arthur M. Nezu, Christine Maguth Nezu, Minsun Lee, and Jessica B. Stern
Ch.3 Methodological Issue in the Study of Depression / Rick E. Ingram, Greg J. Siegle, and Dana Steidtmann
Ch.4 Course of Depression: Persistence and Recurrence / Daniel N. Klein and Anna E. S. Allmann
Ch.5 Comorbidity of Unipolar Depressive and Anxiety Disorders / Susan Mineka and Suzanne Vrsher-Schallhorn
Ch.6 Emotional Functioning in Depression / Jonathan Rottenberg and Lauren M. Bylsma
Ch.7 Depression and Medical Illness / Kenneth E. Freedland and Robert M. Carney
Ch.8 Features and Course of Bipolar Disorder / Eric Youngstrom and Guillermo Perez Algorta
Part II: Vulnerability, Risk, and Models of Depression
Ch.9 The Genetics of Mood Disorders / Jennifer Y. F. Lau, Kathryn J. Lester, Karen Hodgeson, and Thallia C. Eley
Ch.10 Neurobiological Aspects of Depression / Michael E. Thase, Chang-Gyu Hahn, and Olivier Berton
Ch.11 Neuroimaging Approaches to the Study of Major Depressive Disorder: From Regions to Circuits / Diego A. Pizzagalli and Michael T. Treadway
Ch.12 Early Adverse Experiences and Depression / Sherryl H. Goodman and Cara M. Lusby
Ch.13 Children of Parents with Depression / Ian H. Gotlib and Natalie L. Colich
Ch.14 Cognitive Aspects of Depression / Jutta Joormann and Kimberly Arditte
Ch.15 Depression and Interpersonal Processes / Constance L. Hammen and Josephine Shih
Ch.16 The Social Environment and Depression: The Roles of Life Stress / Scott L. Johnson, Amy K. Cuellar, and Andrew D. Peckham
Part III: Depression in Specific Populations
Ch.18 Understanding Depression across Cultural Contexts / Yulia E. Chentsova-Dutton, Andrew G. Ryder, and Jeanne Tsai
Ch.19 Gender Differences in Depression / Lori M. Hilt and Susan Nolen-Horksema
Ch.20 Depression in Children / Brandon E. Gibb
Ch.21 Depression in Adolescents / Karen D. Rudolph and Megan Flynn
Ch.22 Depression in Couples and Families / Joanne Davila, Catherine B. Stroud, and Lisa R. Starr
Ch.23 Depression in Later Life: Epidemiology, Assessment, Impact, and Treatment / Dan G. Blazer and Celia F. Hybels
Ch.24 Depression and Suicide / Matthew K. Nock, Alexander J. Millner, Charlene A. Deming, and Catherine R. Glenn
Part IV: Prevention and Treatment of Depression
Ch.25 Major Depression Can Be Prevented: Implications for Research and Practice / Ricardo F. Munoz, Stephen M. Schueller, Alinne Z. Barrera, Huynh-Nhu Le, and Leandro D. Torres
Ch.26 Pharmacotherpay and Other Somatic Treatments for Depression / Michael J. Gitlin
Ch.27 Cognitive and Behavioral Treatment of Depression / Steven D. Hollon and Sona Dimidjian
Ch.28 Pharmacotherapy and Psychosocial Treatments for Bipolar Disorder / David J. Miklowitz
Ch.29 Couple, Parenting, and Interpersonal Therapies for Depression in Adults: Toward Common Clinical Guidelines within a Stress-Generation Framework / Steven R. H. Beach, Mark A. Whisman, and Guy Bodenmann
Ch.30 Biological and Psychosocial Interventtions for Depression in Children and Adolescents / Nadine J. Kaslow, Marissa N. Petersen-Coleman, and Ashley Maehr Alexander
Closing Comments and Future Directions / Constance L. Hammen and Ian H. Gotlib
Summary
The authoritative reference on depression and mood disorders, this volume brings together the field's preeminent researchers. All aspects of unipolar and bipolar depression are addressed, from genetics, neurobiology, and social-contextual risk factors to the most effective approaches to assessment and clinical management. Contributors review what is known about depression in specific populations, exploring development issues across the lifespan as well as gender and cultural variables. Effective psychosocial and biological treatments are described in detail. Each chapter offeres a definitive statement of current theories, methods, and findings, and identifies key questions that remain to be answered.
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