The Theory and Treatment of Depression
Towards a Dynamic Interactionism Model
Edited by Jozef Corveleyn, Patrick Luyten, Sidney J. Blatt, Hilde Lens-Gielis
Routledge – 2005
Recent research indicates that depression, once believed to be relatively benign, is highly recurrent and does not respond well to treatment. The goal of this book is to facilitate the development of more encompassing theories and more effective treatments for this disabling disorder by fostering dialogue and enhancing the integration of work across the boundaries of separate fields.
Contents: R.S. Wallerstein, Foreword. P. Luyten, S.J. Blatt, J. Corveleyn, Introduction. K. Demyttenaere, L. Van Oudenhove, J. De Fruyt, The Life Cycle of Depression. D. Hermans, F. Raes, P. Eelen, Mood and Memory: A Cognitve Psychology Perspective on Maintenance of Depressed Mood and Vulnerability for Relapse. P. Luyten, S.J. Blatt, J. Corveleyn, The Convergence Among Psychodynamic and Cognitive-Behavioral Theories of Depression: Theoretical Overview. P. Luyten, J. Corveleyn, S.J. Blatt, The Convergence Among Psychodynamic and Cognitive-Behavioral Theories of Depression: A Critical Review of Empirical Research. S.J. Blatt, G. Shahar, A Dialectic Model of Personality Development and Psychopathology: Recent Contributions to Understanding and Treating Depression. N. Vliegen, P. Meurs, G. Cluckers, 'Closed Doors and Landscapes in the Midst'1. Childhood and Adolescent Depression in Developmental Psychopathology. P. Meurs, N. Vliegen, G. Cluckers, 'Closed Doors and Landscapes in the Midst' 2. Depression in Psychodynmaic Developmental Psychopathology: From Single Track Models to Complex Developmental Pathways. S.J. Claes, C.B. Nemeroff, Corticotropin Releasing Factor (CRF) and Major Depression: Towards an Integration of Psychology and Neurobiology in Depression Research. P. Luyten, S.J. Blatt, J. Corveleyn, Epilogue: Towards Integration in the Theory and Treatment of Depression? The Time Is Now.