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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Leon Sloman; Paul Gilbert
|Description:||xiii, 245 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Subordination strategies and depression. Varieties of submissive behavior as forms of social defense: their evolution and role in depression / Paul Gilbert --
How the involuntary defeat strategy relates to depression / Leon Sloman --
Biological correlates of subordination and depression. Dysthymic disorder, regulation-dysregulation theory, CNS blood flow, and CNS metabolism / Michael McGuire ... [et al.] --
Major depression and the involuntary defeat strategy: biological coorelates / Robert D. Levitan, Gary Hasey, and Leon Sloman --
Psychosocial dimensions of the involuntary defeat strategy. The involuntary defeat strategy and discrete emotions theory / Glenn E. Weisfeld and Craig A. Wendorf --
Social comparison processes among depressed individuals: evidence for the evolutionary perspective on involuntary subordinate strategies? / Bram P. Buunk and Veerle Brenninkmeyer --
Subordination, self-esteem, and depression / John Price --
Psychotherapeutic approaches. A cognitive behavioral perspective on the involuntary defeat strategy / Stephen R. Swallow --
Social competition and attachment / Leon Sloman and Leslie Atkinson --
Concluding comments / Leon Sloman and Paul Gilbert.
|Responsibility:||edited by Leon Sloman, Paul Gilbert.|