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Parallel Research Subjects and Mood Disorders
A review of the research on mood disorders.
# 129494 | 1,000 words | 8 sources | APA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Psychology (Disorders)

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This paper refers to Barlow et al.'s (2005) summary of research areas addressing mood disorders, introducing them with research examples, then explaining how psychologists must keep abreast of different bodies of knowledge; these include studies from beyond psychology in different fields of medicine or biochemistry or other fields. The paper also addresses the dangers of focusing on one or two theories of causation that are evident in skewed diagnoses and treatment agendas.

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"This paper refers to a summary of psychology's approaches to the mood disorders appearing in a textbook indicating how lines of research can be quite separate, employing different theories, and with questionable consultation. (Barlow Et Al, 2005, pp. 212-222) A careful reader sees how psychologists may incline towards one rationale, or pursue a few research topics to the expense of others. Clearly, the causes and treatments of mood disorders remain debated so that psychologists and others should consider a range of possibilities, studying widely the causes of mood.."

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