Comorbidity of mood disorders
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Published by Royal College of Psychiatrists in London .
Written in English


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Statementedited by H.-U. Wittchen.
SeriesThe British journal ofpsychiatry -- 30, vol.168
ContributionsWittchen, H.-U.
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Open LibraryOL19085706M

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OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations. Contents: What is comorbidity --fact or artefact?--Critical issues in the evaluation of comorbidity of psychiatric disorders --Comorbidity of DSM-III-R major depressive disorder in the general population: results from the US National Comorbidity Survey --Comorbidity of mood disorders: a longitudinal prospective study - . Comorbidity of Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Author: Jack D. Maser: Editor: C. Robert Cloninger: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub, ISBN: , Length: pages: Subjects. This article reviews data on the prevalence of panic, social phobia, generalized anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorder, and research documenting the comorbidity of these disorders with major depression (MDD). These anxiety disorders are frequently comorbid with MDD, and 50–60% of individuals with MDD report a lifetime history of one or more of these anxiety disorders. Comorbidity of Mood and Anxiety Disorders brings together the latest information about psychiatric comorbidity, and presents a systematic examination of the co-occurrence of different symptoms and syndromes in patients with disorders of anxiety or mood. This comprehensive volume provides readers with a thorough, systematic examination of both empirical and theoretical information about psychiatric comorbidity.

  [PDF] Comorbidity of Mood and Anxiety Disorders 1st Edition by Maser, Jack D. published by Amer.   Comorbidity of mood and anxiety disorders is the rule rather than the exception [] [] [][], and this is not different when referring specifically to . Background: A meta-analysis was conducted to identify the proportions of comorbid personality disorders (PD) in mood disorders. Methods: We found empirical papers published in the period on participants having mood disorders in addition to a comorbid PD. Mood disorders were classified as bipolar disorders (BD), major depressive disorders (MDD) and dysthymic disorders .   The comorbidity proportions for the specific PDs and the three classes of mood disorders are presented in Table 3. In BD, OC-PD ), borderline ), dependent ), avoidant ) and paranoid ) PDs occurred most often. In MDD, avoidant ) .

This article reviews data on the prevalence of panic, social phobia, generalized anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorder, and research documenting the comorbidity of these disorders with major depression (MDD). These anxiety disorders are frequently comorbid with MDD, and % of individuals with MDD report a lifetime history of one or more of these anxiety disorders. Research on relationships between anxiety and depression has proceeded at a rapid pace since the s. The similarities and differences between these two conditions, as well as many of the important features of the comorbidity of these disorders, are well understood. The genotypic structure of anxiety and depression is also fairly well documented. Generalized anxiety and major depression. The book brings together information about psychiatric comorbidity, and presents a systematic examination of the co-occurrence of different symptoms and syndromes in patients with disorders .   Comorbidity of Mood and Anxiety Disorders brings together the latest information about psychiatric comorbidity, and presents a systematic examination of the co-occurrence of different symptoms and syndromes in patients with disorders of anxiety or : Hardcover.