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International Encyclopedia of Depression

by Rick Ingram Springer Publishing Company
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'This encyclopedia distills an amazing amount of information into a book that is easy to read and navigate .This would serve as a great reference for anyone with an interest in depression.' Score: 96, 4 stars --Doody's Depression is the second most disabling disorder in the world. On a daily basis, virtually all mental health professionals confront patients with primary or secondary depression. The wealth of information available globally on depression is enormous, but has not been summarized into a comprehensive encyclopedia-until now. Experts from around the globe have been selected to present interdisciplinary coverage of all the essential issues related to depression, including use of medication, treatment therapies and models, symptoms of Depression, related disorders, and more. Entries are conveniently organized into subcategories in order to provide the most in-depth coverage of each subject. Entries include: Adolescent DepressionBehavioral Treatment Cognitive therapyDopamine Double DepressionHeredity Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV)Personality Disorders SmokingSuicide Warning Signs In summarizing the vast amount of information on depression, The International Encyclopedia of Depression serves as an authoritative resource for researchers, patients, students, and laypeople.

Adjustment Disorder Adolescent Depression Adolescent Depression: Treatment Affective Neuroscience Age of Onset of Depression Amygdala Anaclitic and Introjective Depression Anger Anxiety Assessment of Depression Attachment Attention Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Attributional Style Attributional Theories of Depression Automatic and Controlled Processing in Depression Automatic Thoughts Beck, Aaron Beck Depression Inventory Behavior Therapy Behavioral Activation System Behavioral Inhibition System Behavioral Models of Depression Behavioral Observation Bereavement Biological Models of Depression Bipolar Disorder Bipolar Disorder Treatment: Lithium Bipolar Disorder Treatment: Psychotherapy Brain Circuitry Brain Function in Depressed Children and Adolescents Brain Function in Midlife Unipolar Depression Brief Recurrent Depression Cancer Categorical and Dimensional Models of Depression Causality Childhood Depression Childhood Depression: Family Context Childhood Depression: Treatment Childhood Depression: Treatment with Pharmacotherapy Children's Depression Inventory Chronic Pain Circadian Rhythms Classification of Depression The Clinically Useful Depression Outcome Scale (CUDOS) Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy Cognitive Behavioral Couples Therapy Cognitive Distortion Cognitive Mediation Cognitive Reactivity Cognitive Vulnerability Cognitive Theories of Depression Cognitive Vulnerability: Genetic Associations Combined Psychological and Psychopharmacological Treatment Comorbidity Computer Simulation of Depression and Depressive Phenomena Continuity of Depression Across Development Cortisol Course of Depression Culture and Depression Cyclothymia Cytokines Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders Definition of Depression Depression - Executive Dysfunction Syndrome Depressive Realism Depressogenesis Dermatology and Depression Developmental Antecedents of Vulnerability Dexamethasone Suppression Test Diatheses-Stress Models of Depression Differential Activation Dopamine Dopaminergic Systems Dysfunctional Attitudes Scale Early Adversity Eating Disorders Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) Endogenous and Reactive Depression Epidemiology Evolution Exercise and Depression Expressed Emotion Externalizing Disorders Family and Parent-Child Therapy Family Transmission of Depression Fathers and Depression Functional Neuroimaging Gender Differences Genetics of Depression Genetic Transmission of Depression Geriatric Depression Global Burden of Depression Guilt Heart Rate Variability Hemispheric Lateralization Heart Disease The High-Risk Research Paradigm Hippocampus History of Depression Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) Hopelessness Hormones Hypothalamic Pituitary Adrenal Axis Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Thyroid Axis Immune System Insomnia Internal Working Models Internalizing Disorder Interpersonal Model of Depression Interpersonal Psychotherapy Intrusive Memory Kindling Loss Maltreatment Marital Functioning and Depression Marital Therapy Mothers and Depression Medical Conditions and Depression Melancholia Memory Processes Metacognition Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Minor Depression Molecular Genetics Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors Neural Systems of Reward Neuroimaging and Psychosocial Treatments for Depression Omega-3 Fatty Acids Parenting Parkinson's Disease Peer Relations Positive and Negative Affect Schedule: PANAS Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Perfectionism Personality Disorders and Depression Positive Emotion Dysregulation Postmenopausal Depression Postpartum Depression Prevention Problem-Solving Therapy Psychodynamic Model of Depression Psychodynamic Therapy Psychophysiology of Depression Psychosocial Functioning Reassurance-Seeking Recurrence Relapse Risk Romantic Relationships Rumination Scar Hypothesis Schemas Seasonal Affective Disorder Seasonal Affective Disorder: Light Treatment Self-Efficacy Self-Esteem Self-Focused Attention Self-Regulation Self-Verification Serotonin Shame Smoking Social Support Stress Assessment Stress and Coping Stress Generation Stressful Life Events Suicidal Cognition Suicide in the Elderly Suicide Theories Suicide Warning Signs Suicide in Youth Symptoms of Depression Temperament Therapeutic Lifestyle Change Thyroid Function Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Twin Studies Vulnerability

Rick Ingram is currently a professor of psychology at the University of Kansas and serves as the editor of Cognitive Therapy and Research and as associate editor for the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. He has over 100 publications and over 175 conference presentations, mainly in the area of depression. He has authored or edited 6 books, the most recent of which are Ingram, R. E., and Price, J. (Eds.) Vulnerability to Psychopathology: Risk Across the Lifespan (Guilford, 2001) and Ingram, R. E., Miranda, J., and Segal, Z. V. Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression (Guilford, 1998). He is a Fellow of Division 12 of the American Psychological Association, and a Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. He is also the recipient of the Distinguished Scientific Award of the American Psychological Association for Early Career Contributions to Psychology, and earlier the New Researcher Award from the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy. He received his PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of Kansas. The first part of his career was spent at San Diego State University where he was a professor of psychology and a core member in the joint San Diego State University/University of California, San Diego Doctoral Training Program in clinical psychology.