Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression

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Recurrence of depressive episodes is not uncommon, even after successful treatment. What makes some people more vulnerable than others to this devastating disorder? Do depressive individuals have characteristic thinking and reasoning styles? By what means can cognitive antecedents to affective disorders be identified at different stages in the lifespan, and how can the risks they represent be mitigated? An important resource for anyone who seeks to understand or treat depression, this volume synthesizes the most current ...

Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression 1998, Guilford Publications, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781572303041

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