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Controversies Old and New
Psychoanalytic Theories of Depression
Behavioral Theories of Depression
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A-state abandonment activity affect aggressive anger animals anxiety appraisal approach approach-avoidance conflicts aspects associated attachment Attribution theory attributions aversive Beck Beck's biological changes Bowlby brain capacity catecholamine Chapter classical conditioning cognitive distortions cognitive theory cognitive therapy complex concept conflicts coping behavior depressed mood depressive illness depressive position discussed disorders distortions distress disturbance drugs emotional endogenous endogenous depression evaluations evolutionary example experience factors failure fear Ferster Freud function Hence ideas illness important incentives inhibition innate interactions interpersonal learned helplessness loss low status major maladaptive mechanisms mediated melancholia model of depression mood Moreover negative neurochemical neurochemical changes neurosis neurotic neurotransmitter pathological peer-group perceived perceptions person possible predispositions problem processes produce psychiatry psycho psychoanalytic psychobiological response patterns psychological psychopathology R-state relationship role schemata schizophrenia self-esteem Seligman significant specific suggests symptoms themes theories of depression therapy tion uncontrollable stress various vulnerability