On Mood Swings: The Psychobiology of Elation and Depression

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Index
Abandonment, depression and, 9798
Abuse. see Child abuse
Accountability, 223
Acedia, 70, 71
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), 31
Affect, nurturing and, 150. See also Nurturing
Aggression, testosterone and, 141
Aiken, C., 50
Aiken, I., 50
Ainsworth, M. D. S., 158
Akiskal, H. S., 13
Alcohol, 108, 109
Alcoholics Anonymous, 216
Alcoholism, 115
genetics and, 12
primary/secondary depression diagnosis, 32, 37
unipolar depression and, 39-40, 49
Alexander, F., 218
Alzheimer's disease, 31, 115
American Psychiatric Association, 25-27
Amery, J., 219
Amphetamines, 31, 110
Anderson, Hans Christian, 210
Andreasen, N. C., 1
Androgyny, 132
Anesthetic gases, 108
Angel dust, 31
Animals
environment and, 86-87
madness and, 85
Animal studies
affect and, 117
attachment behavior, 137-138
behavioral despair, 117-119
incentive disengagement, 119
intracranial self-stimulation, 119
learned helplessness, 117-119, 187-188
nurturing and, 6, 95-96
psychomotor retardation and, 10
psychotherapy and, 179-183
separation, 119
separation anxiety, 138-139
stress, 118-119
Anthony, E. J., 163
Antianxiety agents, 108
Anticonvulsant drugs, psychopharmacology, 113-14
Antidepressants, 110
Antipsychotic agents, psychopharmacology, 112-113
Anxiety, psychotherapy and, 189-190
Aristotle, 70

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