The Oxford Handbook of Depression and Comorbidity by C. Steven RichardsThe Oxford Handbook of Depression and Comorbidity by C. Steven Richards

The Oxford Handbook of Depression and Comorbidity

EditorC. Steven Richards, Michael W. O'Hara

Hardcover | July 2, 2014

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Depression is frequently associated with other psychiatric disorders and is often related to chronic health problems. Depressive symptoms are also common in chronically distressed close relationships and severe interpersonal difficulties in families and at work. The topic of depressivecomorbidity is clearly very important, and while recent research in this area has been methodologically sophisticated, well presented, and inherently interesting, there has not been a comprehensive, academic resource that covers recent developments in this area.The Oxford Handbook of Depression and Comorbidity brings together scholarly contributions from world-class researchers to present a careful and empirically based review of depressive comorbidity. Cutting-edge chapters address theory, research, and practice, while capturing the diversity,evidence-base, and importance of depressive comorbidity. Specific topics include the comorbidity between depression and PTSD, alcohol use, and eating, anxiety, panic, bipolar, personality, and sleep disorders, as well as schizophrenia, suicide, cardiovascular disease, cancer, pain, obesity, intimaterelationships, and many more. The Oxford Handbook of Depression and Comorbidity is a unique and much-needed resource that will be helpful to a broad range of researchers and practitioners including clinical and counseling psychologists, psychiatrists, marital and family therapists, social workers,and counselors working in mental-health and general health-care settings, as well as students in these areas.
C. Steven Richards, PhD, is a professor of psychology and director of graduate studies at Texas Tech University. His primary research interests include depression, relapse prevention, comorbidity, self-control, and health psychology. Michael W. O'Hara, PhD, is a professor of psychology, Starch faculty fellow, and director of clinical t...
Title:The Oxford Handbook of Depression and ComorbidityFormat:HardcoverDimensions:672 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.98 inPublished:July 2, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1. C. Steven Richards and Michael W. O'Hara: Introduction2. Thomas A. Widiger and Whitney L. Gore: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM)3. Kristian E. Markon: From Comorbidity to Constructs: Recurring and Emergent Issues in Modeling Comorbidity4. David Watson and Sara M. Stasik: Examining the Comorbidity between Depression and the Anxiety Disorders From the Perspective of the Quadripartite Model5. Nicholas R. Eaton and Robert F. Krueger: Depressive Disorders, Comorbidity Issues, and Assessment Strategies6. Natalie Castriotta and Michelle G. Craske: Depression and Comorbidity with Panic Disorder7. Lisa M. Najavits and Nicole M. Capezza: Depression and PTSD Comorbidity8. Julia K. Langer and Thomas L. Rodebaugh: Comorbidity of Social Anxiety Disorder and Depression9. Susan Mineka, Amit Anand, and C. R. Sumner: Generalized Anxiety Disorder10. Katie Witkiewitz and Connie Stauffer: Depression and Alcohol Use11. Pamela K. Keel and Lauren A. Holland: Eating Disorders12. Deborah M. Capaldi and Hyoun K. Kim: Comorbidity of Depression and Conduct Disorder13. Daniel N. Klein, Sara J. Bufferd, Eunyoe Ro, and Lee Anna Clark: Depression and Comorbidity: Personality Disorder14. Jamie Feldman and Karin Larsen: Sexual Dysfunction15. Alex S. Cohen, Dallas A. Callaway, and Tracey L. Auster: Schizophrenia16. Kelly C. Cukrowicz and Erin K. Poindexter: Suicide17. Eric Youngstrom and Anna Van Meter: Comorbidity of Bipolar Disorder and Depression18. Jerry Suls and Karina W. Davidson: Depression and Cardiovascular Diseases19. Arthur M. Nezu, Christine Maguth Nezu, Lauren M. Greenberg, and Kristin Salber: Cancer and Depression20. Daniela Roditi, Lori B. Waxenberg, and Michael E. Robinson: Pain21. Gareth R. Dutton and Belinda L. Needham: Obesity22. Colleen E. Carney and Taryn G. Moss: Sleep Disorders and Depression23. Laura M. Hancock, Jared M. Bruce, and Sharon G. Lynch: Multiple Sclerosis24. Aaron J. Blashill, Janna R. Gordon, Matthew J. Mimiaga, and Steven A. Safren: HIV/AIDS and Depression25. Alan J. Christensen, Julia R. Van Liew, and Quinn D. Kellerman: Depression in Chronic Kidney Disease: A Context for Comorbidity26. Jessica A. Brommelhoff: Depression in Dementia Syndromes27. Melissa M. Buttner and Michael W. O'Hara: Women's Health: Comorbidity of Depression and Type 2 Diabetes, Fibromyalgia, and Rheumatoid Arthritis28. Catherine B. Stroud, Brian A. Feinstein, Vickie Bhatia, Rachel Hershenberg, and Joanne Davila: Intimate Relationships29. Jamie L. Abaied and Karen D. Rudolph: Family Relationships, Emotional Processes, and Adolescent Depression30. Jennifer N. Felder, Abigail M. Lindemann, and Sona Dimidjian: Perinatal Depression31. Robert H. Howard: Multidisciplinary treatments and medications for depressive disorders and comorbidity32. Laura N. Gitlin: The Role of Community and Home-based Interventions in Late Life Depression33. Huynh-Nhu Le, Rhonda C. Boyd, and Ma. Asuncicn Lara: Treatment of Depressive Disorders and Comorbidity in Ethnic Minority Groups34. Derek R. Hopko, Crystal C. McIndoo, Michael Gawrysiak, and Stevie Grassetti: Psychosocial Interventions for Depressed Breast Cancer Patients35. Mark A. Whisman and Daniel BE: Cognitive Therapy for Comorbid Depression36. Ronald C. Kessler, Kate M. Scott, Victoria Shahly, and Alan M. Zaslavsky: The Big Picture37. Michael W. O'Hara and C. Steven Richards: Epilogue