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Bipolar Disorder (Oxford American Psychiatry Library) (2014) (PDF) Stephen Strakowski

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  Basic Information: Year: 2014 Page Number: 128 File Type: PDF File Size: 0.90 MB Authors/ Editiors: Stephen Strakowski Description: Bipolar disorder is one of the most common and disabling conditions affecting humankind. It is a leading cause of disability and mortality worldwide, affecting millions of people. The illness is complex and dynamic, so that many individuals are misdiagnosed for years and clinicians struggle with identifying the most appropriate and successful treatment. Because it is complex and common, people suffering from bipolar...

Major Depressive Disorder (Oxford American Psychiatry Library) (2015) (PDF) Stephen Strakowski

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  Basic Information: Year: 2015 Page Number: 112 File Type: PDF File Size: 1.39 MB Authors/ Editiors: Stephen Strakowski Description: Depressive disorders are among the most common conditions in the world and are the leading causes of disability, affecting millions of people. Depression is also a common secondary condition, occurring at increased rates alongside virtually any illness that impacts brain function. Because it is so common, people suffering from depression seek help from a wide variety of clinicians, including: family doctors, pediatricians,...

Schizophrenia (Oxford American Psychiatry Library) (2014) (PDF) Stephen Marder

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  Basic Information: Year: 2014 Page Number: 104 File Type: PDF File Size: 1.42 MB Authors/ Editiors: Stephen Marder Description: This text provides a person-centered approach to helping individuals with schizophrenia meet their personal goals.The approach is strongly influenced by the "recovery" model. This model emphasizes a respect for an individual's ability to participate in decision-making about their illness and an appreciation that people can achieve many of their personal goals even when their illness is only partially controlled. There is also...

ADHD (Oxford American Psychiatry Library) (2014) (PDF) James McGough

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  Basic Information: Year: 2014 Page Number: 144 File Type: PDF File Size: 1.31 MB Authors/ Editiors: James McGough Description: This concise paperback summarizes basic and clinical sciences relevant to our understanding of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) with a particular emphasis on history, etiology, phenomenology, neurobiology, assessment, and treatment. Written by an internationally recognized clinician, researcher, and educator, the book ideally targets the learning needs of students, residents, and early-career practitioners, but also provides an updated overview with likely appeal for more experienced...