This volume addresses factors that can contribute to depression, like certain life events and personality; how depression is measured; and lifestyles that are connected to depression, like alcoholism and creative thinking.
Half Title Page.
1: What Is Depression?.
2: An Overview of Depression.
3: Understanding Depression.
4: Depression: Brain Chemistry, Cognitive and Stress Theories.
5: Depression and Addiction.
6: Depression in Adolescence: An Overview.
7: Depression in Adolescence: Black Adolescents.
8: Aging and Depression.
9: Talking to Seniors about Depression.
10: Depression and Cancer.
11: Depression and Genetics.
12: Women’s Mental Health and Depression.
13: Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders and Mental Health.
14: Military Personnel and Veterans: Depression.
15: Men and Mental Health.
16: Mental Health Challenges for Undocumented Immigrants.
17: Depression in the Black Community.
18: Indigenous People and Mental Health.
19: The Global Burden of Depression.
20: Civil Unrest and Mental Health.
21: Middle Eastern Immigrants and Mental Health.
22: Political Polarization and Mental Health.
23: The Hispanic/Latinx Community and Mental Health.
24: Midlife Crisis and Depression.
25: Empty-Nest Syndrome and Mental Health.
26: Sexual Orientation and Depression.
27: Emotions: Biomedical Causes and Effects.
28: Alcohol Use and Depression.
29: Types of Depression and Associated Conditions.