An introduction to and historical review of mood disorders

Frederick K. Goodwin and S. Nassir Ghaemi Background

Depressive,, .and, „manic,, states History „of,, mood. disorders

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The nineteenth century turning point: French clinical psychiatry

TheMn of, thetwentieth „„century „and„the „.Kraepeiiniansynthesls Freudand,, ths, , psychoanalytic, ,,view„pf, mood, „disorders Karl,, Jaspers:,, Genera!. Psychopathology:,, ths.„phs„n.0ffienpl0.flic.a!,t^a.d.ltlpn Mid-twentieth „century:, „Adolf, ,Meyer„and„ ths„,svplMfi„on„,of, ,A.m.eMrica.n., „psychiatry M.id-twsn.tiet.h:centMry„EMr.o.pean„ developments:, „Bleule.r's ,,in.f!Menc.s The„ bipo.!ar-M.nlP0la.r,,,d„stin.c.ti,o^

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Contemporary, ,nso-Kra,epeiin,„an„nosoiogy■, „DSM-iiI,,, a.n.d., „DSM-iV

Introduction „to,,, mood,, „disorders D„algnMostic„,sM,b,typs,s „of,, mood, „disorders, ,in„„DS,M-iV

Conclusions

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This guide is meant to be of use for anyone who is keen on developing a better understanding of PAB, to help/support concerned people to discover various methods for helping others, also, to serve passive aggressive people as a tool for self-help.

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