The Oxford Handbook of Depression and Comorbidity (Oxford Library of Psychology)

The Oxford Handbook of Depression and Comorbidity (Oxford Library of Psychology)


melancholy is usually linked to different psychiatric issues and is frequently on the topic of persistent illnesses. Depressive indicators also are universal in chronically distressed shut relationships and critical interpersonal problems in households and at paintings. the subject of depressive comorbidity is obviously vitally important, and whereas contemporary learn during this quarter has been methodologically subtle, good awarded, and inherently fascinating, there has now not been a entire, educational source that covers fresh advancements during this area.

The Oxford instruction manual of melancholy and Comorbidity brings jointly scholarly contributions from world-class researchers to offer a cautious and empirically established evaluation of depressive comorbidity. state-of-the-art chapters deal with concept, examine, and perform, whereas shooting the range, evidence-base, and value of depressive comorbidity. particular subject matters contain the comorbidity among melancholy and PTSD, alcohol use, and consuming, nervousness, panic, bipolar, character, and sleep problems, in addition to schizophrenia, suicide, heart problems, melanoma, soreness, weight problems, intimate relationships, and plenty of more. The Oxford instruction manual of melancholy and Comorbidity is a special and much-needed source that would be necessary to a large diversity of researchers and practitioners together with medical and counseling psychologists, psychiatrists, marital and kin therapists, social employees, and counselors operating in mental-health and basic health-care settings, in addition to scholars in those areas.

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