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The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Mood Disorders, 2nd Edition
ISBN: 978-1-61537-331-4, 946 pages, Hard Cover
ISBN-10: 1-61537-331-4
Copyright: 2022
Edition: 2nd
Editor: Nemeroff, Charles B., MD, PhD; Rasgon, Natalie, MD, PhD; Schatzberg, Alan F., MD; Strakowski, Stephen M., MD
Specialties: Psychiatry
Publisher: American Psychiatric Association Publishing
800 Maine Avenue, S.W.
Suite 900
Washington, DC20024
P: 800-368-5777 F:
List Price: $195.00
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This new edition of The American Psychiatric Association Publishing Textbook of Mood Disorders is a systematic and painstaking reconceptualization of its predecessor. Under new editorial direction and with a revised roster of expert contributors, the second edition is an utterly current, clinically competent, and comprehensive text that will become an instant classic. The book is structured for learning and easy reference, moving deftly from symptomatology and epidemiology to pathogenesis and on to somatic interventions, cognitive-behavioral interventions, and psychotherapy. The latest science on genetics and epigenetics, brain imaging, and neurobiology are also examined in depth. Critically important to the clinician is the section on management of mood disorders, which provides treatment guidelines for major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder, as well as information on understanding, and preventing, suicide in children, adolescents, and adults. Finally, perspectives are offered on depression among women, children, and geriatric patients, as well as on depression across cultures. Practicing psychiatrists, residents, and students alike will benefit from the book's inclusive coverage.

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