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Book Review: Management of Depression. By Gin S. Mahli and Paul K. Bridges

Book Review: Management of Depression. By Gin S. Mahli and Paul K. Bridges Book Reviews 115 psychiatrists need are reports of systematic observa- of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Psychia- tions of patients. A good journal review article or try, DSM-IV. This multifaceted book did not per- textbook chapter should be more useful to the psychi- suade me that PTSD is itself complex, despite its atric clinician than this collection of academic essays. detailed review of DSM-IV contents. Still, as this That this book is not a peer-review publication book talks of PTSD risks it reviews political behav- does not call attention to itself much. Overlap among iors and their contexts, which are undeniably the chapters is minimal, so there is a sense of good complex. organization. The authors present apparently bal- anced and internally consistent accounts of breadth, Conrad M. Swartz, Ph.D., M.D. with one crisp exception. One author emphatically Department of Psychiatry presents the conclusions and speculations from his Southern Illinois University own study of mood ratings and propranolol dosage in hypertensive patients. He did not examine patients with stress disorders and his review mentions no Management of Depression. By Gin S. Mahli and Paul other publications in the area, most notably the half- K. Bridges. Martin Dunitz, 1998, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annals of Clinical Psychiatry Springer Journals

Book Review: Management of Depression. By Gin S. Mahli and Paul K. Bridges

Annals of Clinical Psychiatry , Volume 12 (2) – Oct 8, 2004

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2000 by American Academy of Clinical Psychiatrists
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Neurology; Psychiatry; Psychopharmacology
ISSN
1040-1237
eISSN
1573-3238
DOI
10.1023/A:1009036517063
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Abstract

Book Reviews 115 psychiatrists need are reports of systematic observa- of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Psychia- tions of patients. A good journal review article or try, DSM-IV. This multifaceted book did not per- textbook chapter should be more useful to the psychi- suade me that PTSD is itself complex, despite its atric clinician than this collection of academic essays. detailed review of DSM-IV contents. Still, as this That this book is not a peer-review publication book talks of PTSD risks it reviews political behav- does not call attention to itself much. Overlap among iors and their contexts, which are undeniably the chapters is minimal, so there is a sense of good complex. organization. The authors present apparently bal- anced and internally consistent accounts of breadth, Conrad M. Swartz, Ph.D., M.D. with one crisp exception. One author emphatically Department of Psychiatry presents the conclusions and speculations from his Southern Illinois University own study of mood ratings and propranolol dosage in hypertensive patients. He did not examine patients with stress disorders and his review mentions no Management of Depression. By Gin S. Mahli and Paul other publications in the area, most notably the half- K. Bridges. Martin Dunitz, 1998,

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Annals of Clinical PsychiatrySpringer Journals

Published: Oct 8, 2004

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