Developmental Perspectives on Depression

Developmental Perspectives on Depression

Edited by Dante Cicchetti, Sheree L. Toth


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University of Rochester Press



This volume focuses on one of the most prevalent and devastating psychiatric disorders, depression. The contributors apply a developmental analysis to the etiology, course, and sequelae of depression across the lifespan. The effects of depression on multiple domains of functioning, including socio-emotional, social cognitive, and psychobiological, are explored. In addition to the impact of the disorder on the depressed individual, its role on the developmental process in offspring of depressed parents and for families having a depressed member are examined and reviewed. Contributors: BARRY NURCOMBE, PAUL F. COLLINS, RICHARD A. DEPUE, JEFFREY F. COHN, SUSAN B. CAMPBELL, KARLEN LYONS-RUTH, PAMELA M. COLE, CAROLYN ZAHN-WAXLER, JAMES C. COYNE, GERALDINE DOWNEY, JULIE BOERGER, CONSTANCE HAMMEN, E. MARK CUMMINGS, PATRICK R. DAVIES, DONNA T. ROSE, LYN Y. ABRAMSON, JULES R. BEMPORAD and STEVEN J. ROMANO.


November 1992
35 line illustrations
418 pages
22.8x15.2 in
Rochester Symposium on Developmental Psychology
ISBN: 9781878822161
Format: Hardback
Library eBook
University of Rochester Press
BISAC PSY049000, PSY039000
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Explore(s) a range of topics from childhood depression through to the impact of adult depression on developmental processes in children... The editors have gathered together an array of experts in the field of depression, but the book is at its most impressive when contributors best known for their work on adult depression are asked to view their area of special interest from a developmental perspective... wealth of material. BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY

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