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The Interpersonal, Cognitive, and Social Nature of Depression

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Published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychotherapy,
  • Social Psychology,
  • Depression,
  • Psychology,
  • Social aspects,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / General,
  • Cognitive Psychology,
  • Depression, Mental

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsThomas E. Joiner (Editor), Jessica S. Brown (Editor), Janet Kistner (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9887550M
    ISBN 100805858741
    ISBN 109780805858747

    The Interpersonal, Cognitive, and Social Nature of Depression By Thomas E. Joiner; Jessica S. Brown; Janet Kistner Lawrence Erlbaum, Read preview Overview Cognitive Therapy for Chronic and Persistent Depression By Richard G. Moore; Anne Garland Wiley, People with higher levels of interpersonal communication skills are better able to adapt to stress, have greater satisfaction in relationships and more friends, and have less depression and anxiety. Owen Hargie, Skilled Interpersonal Interaction: Research, Theory, and Practice (London: Routledge, ), 2.

      In the specific measurement of social anxiety disorder, cognitive therapy significantly outperformed interpersonal therapy. Both treatment conditions significantly improved social anxiety symptoms. • Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) is a brief and highly structured manual based psychotherapy • that addresses interpersonal issues in depression, to the exclusion of all other foci of clinical attention. • This approach has allowed ready modification of the original treatment manual for depression to a variety of illnesses.

      In the paper Teichman describes how behavioral models of depression focusing on social skills deficits can be integrated into the model. Burbach’s cognitive interactional cycle Developed in the context of family intervention in psychosis, Burbach [3] published a cognitive interactional cycle which we have found helpful as a clinical tool when.   Depression is a major cause of morbidity among adolescents [].Without intervention it can lead to severe social and educational impairment in the short term, and comorbid chronic disease, further mental health problems and reduced earning potential in adulthood [2,3,4,5].Adolescent mental health has been neglected by the global health agenda .


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The Interpersonal, Cognitive, and Social Nature of Depression was written to provide cutting-edge research and theoretical perspectives on this issue.

Its goal is to concretize and celebrate an integrative approach to the understanding of depression, and to foster its sequelae, by bringing together primary figures from interpersonal, cognitive. The Interpersonal, Cognitive, and Social Nature of Depression book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The true integration of inte 3/5(1). The Interpersonal, Cognitive, The Interpersonal Social Nature of Depression Cognitive written to provide cutting-edge research and theoretical perspectives on this issue.

Its goal is to concretize and celebrate an integrative approach to the understanding of depression, and to foster its sequelae, by bringing together primary figures from interpersonal, cognitive.

The true integration of interpersonal, social psychology, and cognitive-behavioral approaches is the most important theoretical issue in the field of the psychology of depression, and yet it has not been well addressed in any forum.

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[Thomas E Joiner; Jessica S Brown; Janet Kistner;] -- The true integration of interpersonal, social psychology, and cognitive-behavioral approaches is the most important theoretical issue in the field of the psychology of depression, and yet it has not. Get this from a library.

The interpersonal, cognitive, and social nature of depression. [Thomas Joiner, Jr.; Jessica S Brown; Janet Kistner;] -- To date, no other book has truly integrated the interpersonal, cognitive, and social perspectives on depression research.

This book provides that integration and will hopefully stimulate it further. This APA book brings together interpersonal, cognitive, stress and coping, developmental, and social psychology perspectives into a comprehensive approach to depression theory and research. The Interactional Nature of Depression: Advances in Interpersonal ApproachesPages: In the mids, several important publications indicated that interpersonal processes could play an important role in the development, maintenance, and exacerbation of depression.

These studies showed, for example, that the interpersonal behaviors of depressed individuals differed from those of nondepressed persons (Forrest & Hokanson, ), and that other people. Considerable evidence has shown that the way others respond to depressed people may play an important role in the development and course of depression.

A model is presented that conceptualizes depressogenic interpersonal processes in terms of social-cognitive processes that may underlie interactions involving depressed persons. This working model is intended to. Essential interpersonal skills and techniques used in identifying and treating depression are thoroughly explored in this well-written volume.

The author explores the complexities of the depressive experience and examines the central issues of abandonment, sense of failure, powerlessness, shame, and guilt inherent in the nature of depression. Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) is a brief, attachment-focused psychotherapy that centers on resolving interpersonal problems and symptomatic recovery.

It is an empirically supported treatment (EST) that follows a highly structured and time-limited approach and is intended to be completed within 12–16 weeks. This form of therapy has been show to be particularly effective for patients suffering from depression.

Inthe National Institute of Health undertook a collaborative study that compared Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, the prescription anti-depressant imipramine, and a placebo. Certainly, a principal goal of The Interactional Nature of Depression: Advances in Interpersonal Approaches is to claim a central place for this tradition of thought and science in the collection of fundamental views on depression.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Part 1 – An Overview Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a general classification of psycho-therapy, based on social learning theory, which emphasizes how our thinking interacts with how we feel and what we do.

It’s based on the view that when a person experiences depression, anxiety. The aim of this chapter is to review theories and lines of research that implicate interpersonal processes in depression. To begin, principal theories of depression that emphasize interpersonal factors will be presented.

This section includes a review of the specific conceptual questions that are pertinent to each theory. Interpersonal Deficits The identified problem area when teen lacks the social and communication skills to initiate and maintain relationships To some extent, all depressed teens have interpersonal deficits, but this problem area is really for adolescents for whom this is the key issue Mild interpersonal deficits may precede the depression.

The Interpersonal, Cognitive, and Social Nature of Depression. Download NOW. Author: Thomas E. Joiner. Publisher: Routledge.

ISBN: Category: Psychology. Page: View: To date, no other book has truly integrated the interpersonal, cognitive, and social perspectives on depression research.

This book provides that integration and will. Her more recent episodes related to her parents’ marital problems and her academic/social difficulties at school. She was treated using cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT).

Chafey, M.I.J., Bernal, G., & Rossello, J. Clinical Case Study: CBT for Depression in A Puerto Rican Adolescent. Challenges and Variability in Treatment Response.

Cognitive–interpersonal theories of depression suggest that persons with depression or prone to depression are likely to seek negative information about themselves, to believe they are unworthy of positive social attention, and to enter interpersonal situations with pessimistic expectations (Rudolph & Clark, ).

Brief Summary. Basic premise: Depression often follows changes in one’s interpersonal environment (e.g., struggle with a significant other, loss of a loved one).Once depressed, symptoms can lead to compromised interpersonal functioning, which can precipitate continued stressful events.Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) is a time-limited, focused, evidence-based approach to treat mood disorders.

The main goal of IPT is to improve the quality of a client’s interpersonal.The Interactional Nature Of Depression book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Even when theorists, researchers and therapists the /5(3).