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Perspectives in affective disorders

International Symposium "25 Years Weissenau Depression Unit" (2001 Weissenau, Germany)

Perspectives in affective disorders

by International Symposium "25 Years Weissenau Depression Unit" (2001 Weissenau, Germany)

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Published by Karger in Basel, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Affective disorders -- Congresses,
  • Depression, Mental -- Congresses,
  • Biological psychiatry -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes

    StatementInternational Symposium "25 Years Weissenau Depression Unit," Weissenau, Germany, September 14-15, 2001 ; volume editor, W.P. Kaschka
    GenreCongresses
    SeriesAdvances in biological psychiatry -- v. 21
    ContributionsKaschka, Wolfgang P
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC537 .I574 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 203 p. :
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18140410M
    ISBN 103805574398
    LC Control Number2002073050

    Emotion-Based Approaches to the Anxiety Disorders —Frank J. Farach and Douglas S. Mennin; Affective Science as a Framework for Understanding the Mechanisms and Effects of Antidepressant Medications —Andrew J. Tomarken, Richard C. Shelton, and Steven D. Hollon; Affective Science and Psychotherapy: In Search of Synergy. Affective disorder, mental disorder characterized by dramatic changes or extremes of mood. Affective disorders may include manic (elevated, expansive, or irritable mood with hyperactivity, pressured speech, and inflated self-esteem) or depressive (dejected mood with .

    Canada has long been recognized as a leader in the field of psychiatric epidemiology, the study of the factors affecting mental health in populations. However, there has never been a book dedicated to the study of mental disorder at a population level in Canada. This collection of essays by leading scholars in the discipline uses data from the country's first national survey of mental disorder. Seven years ago, the first edition of HANDBOOK OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS immediately met with critical acclaim. Considered the standard reference work, The American Journal of Psychiatry suggested, "If the reader plans to buy only one book on affective disorders, this book should be the one." Since that time, the field has advanced considerably, particularly in relation to the .

      Nina Savelle-Rocklin, Psy.D. joined us for an interview on her book, Food for Thought: Perspectives on Eating Disorders. What follows are our questions in italics, and Dr. Savelle-Rocklin's thoughtful responses. You apply a psychoanalytic approach with eating disorders, viewing eating disorders as “an unconscious solution to problems or conflicts.” . This book evaluates affective disorders which are a group of major mood disorders and also examines latest therapy techniques. Affective disorders have always been an intriguing subject of interest for clinicians for nearly a century. Knowledge about a pressing requirement.


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Perspectives in affective disorders by International Symposium "25 Years Weissenau Depression Unit" (2001 Weissenau, Germany) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Perspectives in affective disorders: Clocks and sleep. Mood disorders are often characterised by alterations in circadian rhythms, sleep disturbances and seasonal exacerbation. Conversely, chronobiological treatments utilise zeitgebers for circadian rhythms such as light to improve mood and stabilise sleep, and manipulations of sleep timing and duration .Cited by: In this publication a comprehensive overview of the state of the art and future perspectives is given in the fields of basic research, diagnosis, therapy, suicide and relapse prevention, and psychiatric care regarding patients with affective disorders.

Neuropsychological Perspectives on Affective and Anxiety Disorders: A Special Issue of Cognition and Emotion (Special Issues of Cognition and Emotion) 1st Edition by Richard J. Davidson (Editor). Perspectives in affective disorders: Clocks and sleep. Anna Wirz‐Justice. Corresponding Author. and current knowledge linking clocks and sleep with affective disorders: neurotransmitter switching, stress and cortico‐limbic reactivity, clock genes, cortical neuroplasticity, connectomics and neuroinflammation.

Cited by: Biological Aspects of Affective Disorders is a comprehensive introduction to the biochemical, pharmacological, and genetic aspects constituting the abnormalities that may underline the diseases of depression and mania, together with the current understanding of the clinical features and management of affected will be of great value especially to young researchers from all disciplines contributing to this area and to trainee psychiatrists.

Biological Perspectives of Psychological Disorders. The biological perspective views psychological disorders as linked to biological phenomena, such as genetic factors, chemical imbalances, and brain abnormalities; it has gained considerable attention and acceptance in recent decades (Wyatt & Midkiff, ).

(). Affective Style and Affective Disorders: Perspectives from Affective Neuroscience. Cognition and Emotion: Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. AffectiveStyleandAffectiveDisorders: PerspectivesfromAffectiveNeuroscience.

UniversityofWisconsin±Madison,USA. Individualdifferencesinemotionalreactivityoraffectivestylecanbe lseparable featuresofaffectivestyleareidenti®edsuchasthethresholdforreactivity.

Depression: Perspectives From Affective Neuroscience Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Annual Review of Psychology 53(1) February with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Affective neuroscience is the subdiscipline of the biobehavioral sciences that ex-amines the underlying neural bases of mood and emotion.

The application of this body of theory and data to the understanding of affective disorders is helping to generate a new understanding of the brain circuitry underlying these disorders. Affective disorders are a type of psychiatric disorder, or mood disorder, with a broad range of symptoms.

The two main types are depression and bipolar disorder. Learn about effective treatments. Philosophical and interdisciplinary research on emotions has drawn attention to the central role played by affective experience in various domains of our life: from interpersonal and social experience, to artistic and creative endeavours, intellectual and scientific activities, and morality (Cf.

Goldie ). However, definitions of mental health problems, illnesses, or disorders are also not so straightforward. Following Horwitz (b), “mental diseases” reflect underlying internal dysfunctions that have universal features (i.e.

schizophrenia and to a lesser degree bipolar disorder). Get this from a library. Neuropsychological perspectives on affective and anxiety disorders. [Richard J Davidson;] -- "Ironically, in spite of the label "affective disorders", research on affective disorders has little to say about just what is disordered about emotion in these illnesses.

One major purpose of this. The diagnosis of multiple personality disorder (MPD) entered the clinical mainstream with a rapidity and in a manner atypical for new descriptions of psychiatric illness.

This book contains the most up-to-date information Reviews: 2. Seasonal Affective Disorder discusses the current and anticipated developments in the study and care of SAD, highlights clinical diagnosis and management, and investigates the study of the circadian pacemaker and night-time sleep structure, and how their interaction influences mood.

There is also prominent use of affect in relation to affective neuroscience, which emphasises neurological activity, for example, in relation to mood disorders (e.g. This Section of JAD focuses on the relevance of translational and neuroscience studies in providing a better understanding of the neural basis of affective disorders.

The main aim is to briefly summarise relevant research findings in clinical neuroscience with particular regards to specific innovative topics in mood and anxiety disorders.

Diagnosis of affective disorders Women are twice as likely as men to experience major depression, while bipolar disorder occurs equally in women and men. Although the onset of these disorders can occur at any age, many individuals experience their.

Introduction. For a long time mild and severe cognitive deficits have been recognized as part of mental disorders. In affective disorders, although initially considered as secondary features related to social or psychological factors, they are now recognized as playing an integral part of the clinical expression [] and a connection with dementia has also been suggested [].

Michèle Wessa and Julia Linke (May 22nd ). Emotional and Motivational Processes in Bipolar Disorder: A Neural Network Perspective, Psychiatric Disorders - New Frontiers in Affective Disorders, Dieter Schoepf, IntechOpen, DOI: .The most common disorder was depression.

Other disorders included anxiety, bipolar affective disorder, attention deficit disorder, and schizophrenia. More than one disorder was found in 50% of men and 37% of women, and the most common .Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a seasonally recurrent type of major depression that has detrimental effects on patients’ lives during winter.

Little is known about how it affects patients during summer and about patients’ and physicians’ perspectives on preventive SAD treatment.