The Psych 101 Series: Depression 101

Editor/Author Durbin, C. Emily
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-82-617106-1
Category: Psychology
Image Count: 5
Book Status: Available
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Depression, often referred to as the "common cold of psychopathology," is among the most prevalent psychiatric conditions, yet it remains challenging to understand and treat. Depression 101 provides a reader-friendly overview of unipolar and bilpolar depression and provides the most current and intriguing scientific knowledge on this topic.

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Table of Contents

  • About the Author
  • Chapter 1 What Is Depression?
  • Chapter 2 How Does Depression Manifest?
  • Chapter 3 Who Is Likely to Experience Depression?
  • Chapter 4 How Does Depression Affect Functioning?
  • Chapter 5 Why Does Depression Exist?
  • Chapter 6 What Models Help Us to Understand the Causes of Depression?
  • Chapter 7 What Is the Role of Personality in Depressive Disorders?
  • Chapter 8 How Do Stress and the Environmental Context Impact Depression?
  • Chapter 9 What Genes and Biological Systems Are Implicated in Depression?
  • Chapter 10 How Can Depressive Disorders Be Treated?
  • Chapter 11 How Can We Integrate Our Knowledge of Depressive Disorders to Improve Our Understanding and Treatment of These Conditions?
  • References