Late-Life Mood Disorders
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A great resource Verified User Great book, wonderfully written and thoroughly researched. This is an important read for anyone working with, or wants to understand mood disorders.
The result is what must be for years to come the go to volume for a comprehensive and critical review of this significant public health burden for elders. It provides a treasure trove of information on mood disorders in an important and growing patient population within a convenient, one-stop shopping textbook. Shulman, MD, FRCPsych, Richard Lewar Chair in Geriatric Psychiatry, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, University of Toronto "This comprehensive book is an excellent guide to the current scientific knowledge about late-life mood disorders. Therapeutic modalities are not neglected and reflect significant advances in both individual therapies and integrative models now available to practitioners. This book represents an outstanding review of the current status of this field and should rapidly become the standard reference for mood disorders in the elderly." -- D.P. "The editors of this volume, themselves well-known experts in late life mood disorders, have acc
Individual chapters can be used as references on a particular topic for interested individuals, and obtained online. Our volume targets a broad audience of clinical researchers and clinicians. The discussion of the data is presented in a textbook format and can be used for training of students of geriatric mental health. Clinicians and researchers who are dedicated to the treatment and study of mood disorders in older people might consider this volume an essential part of their library.. The content of the book will increase clinicians' and researcher's competency in recent research findings, and broaden their diag
The recipient of a National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Research Scientist Award and a MERIT award for studies of "Maintenance Therapies in Late Life Depression," Dr. is the UPMC Professor of Geriatric Psychiatry; and professor of neurology and neuroscience; Senior Associate Dean University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; and professor of behavioral and community health sciences at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. Reynolds has twice be