Top Books of Depression Published in 2014

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Top Books of Depression Published in 2014

  • The Mindful Way Workbook: An 8-Week Program to Free Yourself from Depression and Emotional Distress by John D. Teasdale, J. Mark G. Williams, Zindel V. Segal
  • Ghosts of My Life: Writings on Depression, Hauntology, and Lost Futures by Mark Fisher
  • The Oxford Handbook of Depression and Comorbidity by  C. Steven Richards, Michael W. O’Hara
  • Head cases: Julia Kristeva on philosophy and art in depressed times by Kristeva, Julia, Kristeva, Julia, Miller, Elaine P
Top Books of Depression Published in 2014
Top Books of Depression Published in 2014
  • CBT for mild to moderate depression and anxiety: a guide to low-intensity interventions by  Herron, Stephen, Hughes, Colin, Young, Joanne
  • The Mood Repair Toolkit: Proven Strategies to Prevent the Blues from Turning into Depression by  David A. Clark
  • CBASP as a Distinctive Treatment for Persistent Depressive Disorder: Distinctive features by James P. McCullough Jr., Elisabeth Schramm, J. Kim Penberthy
  • Overcoming Depression and Low Mood: a Five Areas Approach, Fourth Edition by  Williams, Chris
  • The System Worked: How the World Stopped Another Great Depression by Daniel W. Drezner
  • ABC of Anxiety and Depression by Linda Gask, Carolyn Chew-Graham
  • Couple Therapy for Depression: A clinician’s guide to integrative practice by David Hewison, Christopher Clulow, Harriet Drake
  • Handbook of Depression: Second Edition by Edward S Friedman, Ian M Anderson (auth.)
  • Guide to Assessment Scales in Major Depressive Disorder by George Alexopoulos, Siegfried Kasper, Hans-Jürgen Möller, Carmen Moreno (auth.)
  • Cognition in Major Depressive Disorder by Roger S. McIntyre, Danielle Cha, Joanna K. Soczynska
  • Digital Depression: Information Technology and Economic Crisis by Dan Schiller
  • The Great Depression in Latin America by Paulo Drinot and Alan Knight (eds)
  • Life During the Great Depression by Wendy H. Lanier
  • Preventing Adolescent Depression and Suicide Among Latinas: Resilience Research and Theory by Andrea J. Romero, Lisa M. Edwards, Sheri Bauman, Marissa K. Ritter (auth.)
  • Depression and Bipolar Disorder. Examining Chemical Imbalances and Mood Disorders by Abigail Meisel
  • The Great Depression. A History Perspectives Book by Roberta Baxter
  • Depression in later life by Baldwin, Robert C
  • Breadlines knee-deep in wheat: food assistance in the Great Depression by Nestle, Marion, Poppendieck, Janet
  • The depths: the evolutionary origins of the depression epidemic by Rottenberg, Jonathan
  • Depression and Other Mood Disorders by Jon Eben Field
  • Interpreting American History: The New Deal and the Great Depression by Aaron D. Purcell
  • Severe and Mild Depression by Silvano Arieti & Jules Bemporad [Arieti, Silvano & Bemporad, Jules]
  • Churchill and the ‘Black Dog’ of Depression: Reassessing the Biographical Evidence of Psychological Disorder by Wilfred Attenborough
  • Perinatal Depression among Spanish-Speaking and Latin American Women: A Global Perspective on Detection and Treatment by Katherine Leah Wisner M.D., M.S. (auth.), Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo, Katherine Leah Wisner (eds.)
  • Depression and Bipolar Disorder by Abigail Meisel
  • Cognition in major depressive disorder by Cha, Danielle S., McIntyre, Roger S., Soczynska, Joanna K
  • Ionotropic NMDA Receptor Signaling Is Required for the Induction of Long-Term Depression in the Mouse Hippocampal CA1 Region by Walter E. Babiec1, Ryan Guglietta, Shekib A. Jami, Wade Morishita, Robert C. Malenka, and Thomas J. O’Dell
  • Mercury and Social Anxiety; Why Limiting Your Exposure to Mercury Can Ease Shyness, Anxiety and Depression by Mary Hammond

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