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Adversity, stress, and psychopathology

Author: Bruce Philip Dohrenwend
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1998.
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The term "adversity" is used to describe exposure to unpropitious or calamitous circumstances. It occurs in extreme situations such as prolonged combat or natural disasters, both of which affect whole groups or communities of people simultaneously. It is also observed in more individually targeted events, such as child abuse, bereavement, rape, physical illness, marital separation or divorce, unemployment, and  Read more...
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Adversity, stress, and psychopathology.
New York : Oxford University Press, 1998
(DLC) 97041525
(OCoLC)37675873
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce Philip Dohrenwend
ISBN: 9780198028444 019802844X
OCLC Number: 666992013
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 567 pages) : illustrations, maps
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: Introduction / Bruce P. Dohrenwend --
pt. I. Extreme Situations / Morton Beiser. 1. Individuals Under Conditions of Maximum Adversity: The Holocaust / Itzhak Levav. 2. Symptoms, Functioning, and Health Problems in a Massively Traumatized Population: The Legacy of the Cambodian Tragedy / Richard F. Mollica, Charles Poole and Svang Tor. 3. Psychological Effects of Military Combat / Terence M. Keane. 4. Natural and Human-Made Disasters / Robert Giel --
pt. II. Individual Events / William W. Eaton and Bruce P. Dohrenwend. 5. Childhood Victimization: Early Adversity and Subsequent Psychopathology / Cathy Spatz Widom. 6. The Model of Stress: The Bereavement Reaction / Paula J. Clayton. 7. The Impact of Unemployment on Health and Well-Being / Stanislav V. Kasl, Eunice Rodriguez and Kathryn E. Lasch. 8. Homelessness, Stress, and Psychopathology / Daniel B. Herman, Ezra S. Susser and Elmer L. Struening. 9. The Value and Limitations of Stress Models in HIV/AIDS / Suzanne C. Ouellette. 10. Rape, Other Violence Against Women, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder / Dean G. Kilpatrick, Heidi S. Resnick and Benjamin E. Saunders [and others]. 11. Psychiatric Disorder in the Context of Physical Illness / Mary Amanda Dew. 12. Divorce and Psychopathology / Martha L. Bruce --
pt. III. Epidemiological and Case-Control Studies / Evelyn J. Bromet and Bruce P. Dohrenwend. 13. Epidemiological Findings on Selected Psychiatric Disorders in the General Population / Robert Kohn, Bruce P. Dohrenwend and Jerrold Mirotznik. 14. Ethnicity, Socioeconomic Status, and Psychiatric Disorders: A Test of the Social Causation-Social Selection Issue / Bruce P. Dohrenwend, Itzhak Levav and Patrick E. Shrout [and others]. 15. Epidemiological Findings on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Co-morbid Disorders in the General Population / Naomi Breslau, Glenn Davis and Patricia Andreski [et al.]. 16. Exposure to "Fateful" Events: A Confounder in Assigning Causal Roles to Life Events / Lee N. Robins and Judith Robertson. 17. Relationships between Stressful Life Events and Episodes of Major Depression and Nonaffective Psychotic Disorders: Selected Results from a New York Risk Factor Study / Ann Stueve, Bruce P. Dohrenwend and Andrew E. Skodol. 18. Loss and Depressive Disorders / George W. Brown --
pt. IV. Stress-Moderating and -Amplifying Factors / David Mechanic. 19. Personality and Coping as Stress-Attenuating or -Amplifying Factors / Andrew E. Skodol. 20. Social Support: Its Present Significance for Psychiatric Epidemiology / A. Scott Henderson. 21. Some Characteristics of Occupations as Risk or Protective Factors for Episodes of Major Depression and Nonaffective Psychotic Disorder / Bruce G. Link, Mary Clare Lennon and Bruce P. Dohrenwend. 22. Domestic Arrangements and Depressive Symptoms: An Examination of Housework Conditions / Mary Clare Lennon --
pt. V. Complementary Approaches / Robert M. Rose. 23. Mathematical Modeling and Simulation in Studies of Stress and Adversity / Patrick E. Shrout and Bruce G. Link. 24. Cognitive Changes Associated with Persisting Behavioral Effects of Early Psychosocial Stress in Rhesus Monkeys: A View from Psychobiology / Gary W. Kraemer and Jocelyne Bachevalier. 25. Physiological Correlates of Stress, Adversity, and Psychopathology / Ellen Frank and Jordan Karp. 26. Adversity, Stress, and Psychopathology: A Psychiatric Genetic Perspective / Kenneth S. Kendler. 27. Effects of Improving Achievement on Aggressive Behavior and of Improving Aggressive Behavior on Achievement Through Two Preventive Interventions: An Investigation of Causal Paths / Sheppard G. Kellam, Lawrence S. Mayer and George W. Rebok [et al.]. 28. A Perspective on Adversity, Stress, and Psychopathology / Alexander H. Leighton --
pt. VI. Overview and Integration / Bruce P. Dohrenwend. 29. Overview of Evidence for the Importance of Adverse Environmental Conditions in Causing Psychiatric Disorders / Bruce P. Dohrenwend. 30. Theoretical Integration / Bruce P. Dohrenwend.
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