The most comprehensive volume of its kind, The Oxford Handbook of Mood Disorders provides detailed coverage of the characterization, understanding, and treatment of mood disorders. Chapters are written by the world's leading experts in their respective areas. The Handbook provides coverage of unipolar depression, bipolar disorder, and variants of these disorders. Current approaches to classifying the mood disorders are reviewed and contemporary controversies are placed in historical context. Chapter authors offer a variety of approaches to understanding the heterogeneity of the experiences of those who meet criteria for mood disorders, both within and across cultures. The role of genetic and environmental risk factors as well as premorbid personality and cognitive processes in the development of mood pathology are detailed. Interpersonal, neurobiological, and psychological factors also receive detailed consideration. The volume reviews mood disorders in special populations (e.g., postpartum and seasonal mood disorders) as well as common comorbidities (e.g., anxiety, substance use disorders). Somatic and psychosocial treatment approaches receive in-depth coverage with chapters that describe and review empirical evidence regarding each of the most influential treatment approaches. The depth and breadth offered by this Handbook make it an invaluable resource for clinicians and researchers, as well as scholars and students.
Table of Contents
Part I. Overview1. Introduction to Mood DisordersDaniel R. Strunk & Robert J. DeRubeisPart II. Phenomenology, Classification, Epidemiology, and Assessment2. History of DepressionAllan V. Horwitz, Jerome C. Wakefield, & Lorenzo Lorenzo-Luaces3. The Evolution of Depressive PhenotypesPaul W. Andrews & Zachary Durisko4. Phenomenology and Course of the Mood DisordersDaniel R. Strunk & Katherine E. Sasso5. Sex, Sexual Orientation, and DepressionKatie A. McLaughlin & Mark L. Hatzenbuehler6. SuicideMatt S. Michaels, Carol Chu, & Thomas E. Joiner, Jr.7. Disordered Mood in Cultural-Historical ContextAndrew G. Ryder, Yue Zhao, & Yulia E. Chentsova-Dutton8. Uncomplicated Depression as Normal Sadness: Re-thinking the Boundary between Normal and Disordered DepressionJerome C. Wakefield, Allan V. Horwitz, & Lorenzo Lorenzo-Luaces9. The Diagnosis and Assessment of Mood DisordersCatherine D'Avanzato & Mark ZimmermanPart III. Etiologic, Vulnerability, and Risk Factors10. Genetics of Bipolar and Unipolar DisordersWade Berrettini & Falk W. Lohoff11. Environmental Risk and Protection in Unipolar DepressionScott M. Monroe & Lori F. Cummins12. Environmental Risk and Protective Factors in Bipolar DisorderSheri L. Johnson, Anda Gershon, & Kaja R. Johnson13. Cognitive Vulnerability and Unipolar DepressionLauren B. Alloy, Lyn Y. Abramson, Jonathan P. Stange, & Rachel H. Salk14. Personality and DepressionJay C. Fournier & Tony Z. TangPart IV. Interpersonal and Intra-individual Processes15. Interpersonal Perspectives on DepressionMark A. Whisman16. Information Processing in Mood DisordersJonathan P. Roiser & Barbara J. Sahakian17. Neuroendocrine and Neurochemical Processes in DepressionPhilip J. Cowen18. Neuropsychological Mechanisms of Depression and TreatmentCatherine J. Harmer & Abigail Pringle19. Neural Structure and Organization of Mood PathologyBrianne M. Disabato, Isabelle E. Bauer, Jair C. Soares, & Yvette I. ShelinePart V. Subtypes and sub-populations20. Persistent Depressive DisorderDaniel N. Klein & Sarah R. Black21. Premenstrual Dysphoric DisorderEllen W. Freeman22. Seasonal Affective DisorderKelly J. Rohan & Jennifer N. Rough23. Postpartum Mood DisordersJennifer E. McCabe-Beane & Michael W. O'Hara24. Depression during Childhood and AdolescenceBenjamin L. Hankin25. Bipolar Disorder during Childhood and AdolescenceMary A. Fristad & Elizabeth A. Nick26. Mood Disorders in Late LifePatricia A. Arean, Eric Lenze, & Joaquin A. AngueraPart VI. Common Comorbidities27. Anxiety and DepressionAyelet Meron Ruscio & Gabriela Kattan Khazanov28. Personality Disorders and Disorders of MoodJennifer S. Cheavens & Sophie A. Lazarus29. Substance Use Disorders and Disorders of MoodCarl W. Lejuez, Laura MacPherson, & Anahi Collado-Rodriguez30. Depressive Syndromes and Medical ComorbiditiesDerek R. Hopko, Crystal C. McIndoo, & Audrey A. FilePart VII. Prevention and Treatment of Mood Disorders31. Prevention of DepressionSteven M. Brunwasser & Judy Garber32. Pharmacological Interventions for DepressionRichard C. Shelton33. Pharmacotherapy of Bipolar DisorderJay D. Amsterdam & Janusz K. Rybakowski34. Brain Stimulation Treatments for DepressionMark S. George, E. Baron Short, & Suzanne E. Kerns35. Cognitive Therapy of DepressionDaniel R. Strunk, Abby D. Adler, & Steven D. Hollon36. Behavior Therapy of DepressionSamuel H. Hubley & Sona Dimidjian37. Acceptance-Based InterventionsRobert D. Zettle & Suzanne R. Gird38. Psychodynamic and Interpersonal PsychotherapiesJacques P. Barber, Sigal Zilcha-Mano, & Michael J. Constantino39. Humanistic and Experiential ApproachesJeanne Watson & Alberta E. Pos40. Self-Directed Approaches to the Treatment of DepressionPim Cuijpers & Annet M. Kleiboer41. Toward a Rational Model of Depression TreatmentNicholas R. Forand, David A. Richards, Marcus J. H. Huibers, & Claudi L. H. Bockting42. Psychosocial Approaches to the Treatment and Prevention of Bipolar DisorderNoreen A. Reilly-HarringtonIndex