Author Sher, Leo
Title Comorbiditiy of Depression and Alcohol Use Disorders
Imprint New York : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated, 2008
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Note Intro -- Comorbidity of Depression and Alcohol Use Disorders -- Contents -- Preface -- The Epidemiology of Major Depression and Alcohol Dependence -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Epidemiology of Major Depression -- Epidemiology of Alcohol Dependence -- Co-morbidity of Major Depression and Alcohol Dependence -- Conclusions -- References -- The Relationship between Depression, Alcohol Use Disorder and Coping Motives for Drinking among Canadian Men and Women -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Alcohol Use Problems and the AUDIT -- Alcohol Use Problems and Depression -- The Role of Coping Motives for Drinking in the Depression-Alcohol Disorder Relationship -- Research Objectives -- Method -- Results -- Conclusion -- References -- The Alcohol-Depression Hypothesis: Gender and the Prevalence of Depression among Jews -- Abstract -- Introduction -- The Relations between Depression and Alcohol Use -- Alcohol Use and Attitudes -- Gender -- Inconsistencies and Gaps in the Literature -- Conclusion -- References -- Addressing Alcohol Use among Depressed Patients -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Alcohol's Effect on Depression Treatment -- Alcohol and Depressive Symptoms among Non-clinical Samples -- Prospective Relationships -- Potential Mechanisms -- Routine Assessment of Alcohol Use in Mental Health Care -- Brief, Motivationally-focused Interventions among Depressed Patients -- Conclusion -- References -- Treatment of Comorbid Depression and Alcohol Abuse/Dependence with Antidepressant Medications -- Introduction -- Prevalence of Comorbid Depression and Alcohol Dependence -- Primary vs. Alcohol-Induced Depression: Clinical Issues -- Relationship between Depression and Alcohol Dependence -- General Considerations on the Management of Comorbid Depression and Alcohol Dependence -- Antidepressants in the Treatment of Comorbid Depressive and Alcohol Disorders
Overview of Efficacy of Antidepressants in the Treatment of Comorbid Depressive and Alcohol Disorders -- Selecting an Antidepressant -- Mood Stabilizers and Anticonvulsants in the Treatment of Depressed Alcoholics -- Conclusion -- References -- Alcohol Misuse and Seasonal Changes in Mood and Behavior -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Seasonal Affective Disorder and Seasonality -- Seasonality and Alcoholism -- Conclusion -- References -- Adolescence: The Emergence of Alcohol Use and Depressive Disorders -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Epidemiology -- Course -- Neurobiological Factors -- Treatment -- Conclusion -- References -- Clinical Features of Comorbid Depression and Alcohol Abuse in Adolescents -- Abstract -- Introduction and Epedimiology -- Causation or Correlation? -- Biological Factors -- Other Psychiatric Disorders -- Self Medication Model -- Childhood Abuse -- Developmental and Situational Contributors -- Delinquency and Suicidality -- Social Pressures -- Stigmatization and Low Self-esteem -- Suggestions for Prevention -- References -- Parental Influences on Internalizing and Externalizing Pathways to Alcohol Use and Alcohol Related Problems -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Longitudinal Studies Have Systematically Ingnored the Complexity of Parenting on Alcohol Related Problems -- Recommendations to Fill Systematic Gaps in the Epidemiology of Alcohol Use -- Externalizing Symptoms and Impaired Control over Drinking -- Individual Differences in Self-Regulation, as a Function of Rearing Practices -- Self-regulation and Child Rearing Styles -- Gender Specific Parental Influences on Self-regulation -- Externalizing Symptoms and Behavioral Under-Control -- Internalizing Pathways -- Drinking to Self-Medicate Negative Affect -- Parental Bonds -- Conclusion -- References -- The Consequences of Parental Alcohol Abuse for Psychiatric Problems in Adolescence
Abstract -- Introduction -- Study on Parental Alcohol Abuse and Depression with Psychiatric Problems in Adolescents -- Conclusion -- References -- The Relationship Between Insecure Attachment and Deficits in the Ability to Cope with Stress: Attachment Theory as a Framework for Understanding the Etiology of Suicidal Behavior and Alcohol Use Disorders -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Overview of Attachment Theory -- Attachment Theory as a Framework for Understanding Suicidal Behavior -- Alcohol Use Disorders as Conceptualized from the Perspective of Attachment Theory -- Biological Underpinnings of Insecure Attachment, Alcohol Disorders, and Suicidal Behavior -- Directions for Future Research -- Clinical Implications -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- Neuropathology of Depression, Alcoholism, and Their Comorbidity in the Human Prefrontal Cortex -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex -- Medial Prefrontal and Orbitofrontal Cortex -- Glial Glutamatergic Components in the Orbitofrontal Cortex in Depression, Alcoholism and Its Comorbidity -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
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Link Print version: Sher, Leo Comorbiditiy of Depression and Alcohol Use Disorders New York : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated,c2008 9781606921807
Subject Alcoholism.;Depression, Mental
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