2 edition of Etiology and phenomenology of depression in women found in the catalog.
Etiology and phenomenology of depression in women
Charlene Kamin Schneider
Written in English
|Statement||by Charlene Kamin Schneider|
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32 Ratcliffe M: Experiences of Depression: A Study in Phenomenology. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, Google Scholar. 33 Cassidy WL, Flanagan NB, Spellman M, et al.: Clinical observations in manic-depressive disease: a quantitative study of one hundred manic-depressive patients and fifty medically sick by: The link between women and depression is notoriously problematic. While decades of research studies show that depression rates in women are higher than in .
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the phenomenology of depression across cultures in light of the Westernisation of mental illness, and, the role of “Big Pharma” in pathologising the cultural expression of sadness. In addition, the chapter will suggest some ways forward to a more nuanced approach to the diagnosis and treatment of by: 1. Bipolar disorder is a common, severe, and chronic psychiatric condition. 1 The lifetime prevalence of the spectrum of bipolar disorders is % to %. 2,3 Bipolar I disorder is diagnosed when a patient has experienced at least one manic episode lasting at least 1 week and involving a distinct and abnormal elevated or irritable mood, whereas.
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Phenomenological Description. Any discussion of the phenomenology of mania and depression has to cope with the topic of mixed states. Wilhelm Weygandt first pointed out that the two poles of mania and melancholia, 9 which had been well described since Arateus of Cappadocia in the second century AD, 10 often appeared to be mixed together.
Kraepelin agreed with this perspective Cited by: The purpose of this chapter is to review what is known or suspected about the causes of depression.
Fundamentally, such depressive symptoms as sad mood, pessimism, and lethargy, are universal human experiences and are considered normal reactions to the struggles, disappointments, and losses of everyday life. However, for some individuals, the intensity and persistence of depressive symptoms Cited by: 5.
Depression in women may occur earlier, last longer, be more likely to recur, be more likely to be associated with stressful life events, and be more sensitive to seasonal changes.
Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. The book is an important contribution to phenomenology in general and to the phenomenology of mood disorder in particular, and it provides those who suffer from depression -- as well as those who care for them -- a powerful new way to understand and express their experiences.
A delightful, authoritative compendium of the latest information on the etiology, phenomenology, and management of postpartum mood disorders. Women and their doctors will be grateful for this newest, evidence-based arrival on the postpartum mood disorder scene.
Latest research in depression. Introduction. During the International Congress of Biological Psychiatry meeting in Sydney, Australia, a number of presentations focused on new findings in our understanding of the phenomenology and etiology of depressive illnesses. Like mindfulness, phenomenology is a balm not only for depression and anxiety, but also for boredom, loneliness, greed, selfishness, apathy, alienation, and any number of human ills.
Source. The first book to bring the relevant research literature to bear on this thorny clinical problem, DEPRESSION IN MARRIAGE views the marital relationship as a powerful point of therapeutic intervention for depression and offers step-by-step guidance to clinically flexible by: A review of the past decade of literature on the subject of depression in South African women revealed a paucity of research that documents the perspectives of low-income women who have been diagnosed with depression.
Informed by this and recent feminist critiques of the concept of depression, this study aimed to bring traditionally overlooked. The concept of childbirth-related depression, known today as postpartum depression (PPD), has been a matter of debate ever since the first modern reliable clinical observations of puerperal psychiatric illness were made by Marce in He described a series of women with mental illness associated with childbirth and believed that the Cited by: Women experience depression twice as often as men.
According to the National Mental Health Association: Approximately 12 million women in the United States experience clinical depression each year.; About one in every eight women can expect to develop clinical depression during their lifetime.
Depression is more common among women than men, likely due to certain biological, hormonal, and social factors that are unique to women. This brochure contains an overview of five things that everyone should know about depression in women. Depression is a real medical condition.
Depression is a common but serious mood disorder. [Show full abstract] important element for the understanding of the phenomenology, diagnosis, evolution, treatment, and improvements of depression.
The body is considered from diverse perspectives Author: Matthew Ratcliffe. To synthesize the extant literature on the prevalence, phenomenology, etiology and treatment of postpartum obsessive‐compulsive disorder (OCD). A discussion of differential diagnosis between postpartum OCD and other postpartum psychiatric conditions (e.g., depression, psychosis) and nonpostpartum‐onset OCD is by: Daughters of the Great Depression is a reinterpretation of more than fifty well-known and rediscovered works of Depression-era fiction that illuminate one of the decade's central conflicts: whether to include women in the hard-pressed workforce or relegate them to a literal or figurative home sphere.
Laura Hapke argues that working women, from industrial wage earners to business professionals Cited by: Drs. Schwartz and Peterson have done it again. In the second edition of their book on depression, they have updated their first volume and put together a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of the state of the art for major depressive disorder.
The Phenomenology of Depression Preface: This is a post I’ve been writing in chunks because I only have the ability to write it at various times. The overlap between motivation and level of depressiveness has to be just right in order for me to function in the proper state of. This disorder affects women twice as frequently as men—and this ratio has been seen rather consistently throughout the world.
In children, however, the ratio is equal between girls and boys. Etiology. Major depression appears to be, in part, an inherited disorder. This may be due in part to the marginalization of phenomenology in philosophy in the English-speaking world, or to the few number of women and feminists working within phenomenology.
But, regardless of why feminist phenomenology may be soft-spoken, Fisher thinks it. Depression (de-PRESH-un) is a condition that causes people to feel long-lasting sadness and to lose interest in activities that normally give them pleasure.
People with depression have continuing negative and pessimistic thoughts. They may experience changes in eating and sleeping patterns and in their ability to concentrate and make decisions.Discover librarian-selected research resources on Women and Depression from the Questia online library, including full-text online books, academic journals, magazines, newspapers and more.
Home» Browse» Science and Technology» Health and Medicine» Women's Health» Women and Depression. Women and Depression.This thesis reviewed the current state of research, including methodology, on the phenomenology and etiology of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), in addition to investigating predictors of its.