Biology of Depressive Disorders. Part A: A Systems Perspective

Hardcover | April 30, 1993

EditorJ. John Mann, David J. Kupfer

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The two parts of The Biology of Depressive Disorders detail the differences between the constitutional predisposition toward affective disorders and the pathophysiological changes of these disorders, as well as the secondary effects of treatment and illness. Part A examines affective disorders from the perspective of individual transmitter systems and neurophysiological and biological processes.

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The two parts of The Biology of Depressive Disorders detail the differences between the constitutional predisposition toward affective disorders and the pathophysiological changes of these disorders, as well as the secondary effects of treatment and illness. Part A examines affective disorders from the perspective of individual...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:284 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.03 inPublished:April 30, 1993Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306442957

ISBN - 13:9780306442957

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Neurotransmitter Systems: Noradrenergic Function in Depressive Disorders; W.Z. Potter, et al. Biology of Depressive Illness; K. Malone, J.J. Mann. Cholinergic Supersensitivity in Affective Disorders; S. Dube. GABA and Depression; F. Petty, et al. Biological Rhythms and Sleep Architechture: Biological Rhythms and Depressive Disorders; T.H. Monk. Sleep Disorders in Depressive Disorders; D.J. Kupfer, D.J. Buysse. Neuroendocrine Models: Thyroid Axis and Depressive Disorders; A. Winokur. The HPA Axis and Depressive Disorders; R. Haskett. Genetics and Molecular Biology of Depressive Disorders: The Molecular Genetics of Bipolar Disease; W.H. Berrettini. Brain Imaging Studies: Brain Imaging Studies of Depressive Disorders; H. Sackeim, I. Prohovnik. Index.