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Overview

— Sheldon D. Rose, University of Wisconsin, Madison

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Sheldon D. Rose
[This is] the first book to encompass the major theoretical, assessment, treatment, and generalization strategies in one volume. It provides the nonmedical practitioner with a biological explanation in terms he or she can understand . . . and provides a clear explanation of the use of medication in the treatment of depression.
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Primarily for mental health practitioners, but also for students and lay readers (including depressed persons and those involved with depressed persons), this volume provides an understandable overview of the major orientations to the currently most important theories and treatments of the depressions. Emphasis is on the practical information that is important for the treatment of depressed clients and case studies are provided as well as a unified treatment model. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780231068185
  • Publisher: Columbia University Press
  • Publication date: 4/29/1993
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 533
  • Product dimensions: 6.27 (w) x 9.39 (h) x 1.51 (d)

Meet the Author

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Arthur Schwartz

ARTHUR SCHWARTZ is a Brooklyn-based food critic, writer, and media personality. New York Times Magazine has called him "a walking Google of food and restaurant knowledge." His five previously published cookbooks include the IACP award-winning and James Beard award-nominated Arthur Schwartz's New York City Food.

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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction and Overview 1
Pt. I What Is Depression? 5
Ch. 1 Defining Clinical Depression 8
Ch. 2 The Symptoms of Depression 18
Ch. 3 The Formal Diagnosis of Depression 23
Pt. II Biological Theories and Treatments of Depression 35
Ch. 4 Heredity and the Genetic Basis of Depression 37
Ch. 5 The Biology of Depression 52
Ch. 6 The Neurochemical System and Depression 59
Ch. 7 The Neuroendocrine System and Depression 80
Ch. 8 The Circulatory System and Depression 87
Ch. 9 The Chronobiology of Depression: Our Biological Clocks 97
Ch. 10 Other Biological Factors and Treatments 119
Ch. 11 The Biopsychiatric Approach to Treating Depression 158
Summary of Part II 168
Pt. III Psychological Theories and Treatments of Depression 171
Ch. 12 Psychodynamic Approaches to Depression 172
Ch. 13 The Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) Approach 187
Ch. 14 Behavioral Approaches to Depression 210
Ch. 15 Cognitive and Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches to Depression 243
Summary of Part III 263
Pt. IV A Unified Approach to Treating the Depressions 267
Ch. 16 Assessing and Treating the Depressions: A Unified Approach 268
Pt. V Some Contemporary Issues in Depression 311
Ch. 17 Gender and Depression 312
Ch. 18 Depression and Aging 332
Ch. 19 Depression in Children, Adolescents, and College Students 355
Ch. 20 Depression in Couples and Families 385
Ch. 21 Sociocultural Variations in the Diagnosis and Treatment of the Depressions 398
Notes 441
References 455
Name Index 501
Subject Index 511
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