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Psychological Aspects of Depression: Toward a Cognitive-interpersonal Integration (Wiley Series in Clinical Psychology) By Ian H. Gotlib

Psychological Aspects of Depression: Toward a Cognitive-interpersonal Integration (Wiley Series in Clinical Psychology)
by Ian H. Gotlib

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Psychological Aspects of Depression: Toward a Cognitive-interpersonal Integration Summary


Psychological approaches to this disorder have grown tremendously in importance and interest. The authors provide a comprehensive and cohesive viewpoint by integrating available literature on the social and cognitive aspects of depression. Details its symptoms, the criteria and assessment instruments used to measure and diagnose depression plus its epidemiology. Includes the major psychological theories of this affliction and discusses empirical findings from relevant studies.

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GOR002942234
Psychological Aspects of Depression: Toward a Cognitive-interpersonal Integration (Wiley Series in Clinical Psychology)
Ian H. Gotlib
Used - Very Good
Paperback
John Wiley and Sons Ltd
1995-08-04
342
0471961310
9780471961314
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