The Johns Hopkins White Papers: Depression and Anxiety, Volume 1
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 80 pages
Researchers have gained a greater understanding of how a person's biochemical makeup, environment, and behavior contribute to these disorders. We examine the causes of depression, bipolar disorders, phobias, panic attacks, and related mental health conditions, as well as advances in methods of diagnosis and treatment.
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