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Neuropsychology of Depression
Shawn M. McClintock and Jimmy Choi (Eds)
Guilford Press / Hardcover / 2022-05-01 / 1462549276
Neuropsychology
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Timely and authoritative, this unique volume focuses on neurocognitive aspects of depression and their implications for assessment, evaluation, clinical management, and research. Experts in the field explore the impact of depression on executive function, learning and memory, working memory, and other critical capacities, and present cutting-edge assessment tools and procedures. The neurocognitive effects of widely used antidepressant treatments are reviewed, from psychotropic medications and evidence-based psychotherapies to established and emerging neuromodulation technologies. Practical aspects of working with adults across the lifespan with depression are addressed, including ways to strengthen treatment engagement and adherence, and to incorporate cultural considerations.

Reviews:

“A masterpiece—I anticipate that this book will quickly be adopted as an authoritative, comprehensive, and essential resource for behavioral health clinicians and scientists. The book is well written, highly informed, and accessible. Chapters take the reader on a journey that encompasses the clinical conceptualization and expression of depression and associated neurocognitive disorders, the neurobiology of these disorders, and the broad array of therapeutic options and approaches. I quite literally could not put this book down, and will recommend it to my colleagues and students as a 'go-to' resource when diagnosing and treating patients with mood disorders.”

—Kathleen A. Welsh-Bohmer, PhD, ABPP, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University School of Medicine

“This book leaves no stone unturned. With exquisite depth and extraordinary breadth, it seamlessly integrates knowledge from neuropsychology, psychiatry, and cognitive neuroscience. The impressive slate of contributors cover all aspects of depression—from cultural influences to neurobiological underpinnings; from theoretical perspectives to behavioral, medical, and neurocognitive presentations; and from assessment methods to traditional and experimental treatments. Chapters are well organized and read effortlessly, while providing a wealth of relevant and useful information. All healthcare providers who work with adults with depression will appreciate this book, not only as a reference guide, but also as an inspiration for approaching this perennial disorder comprehensively, innovatively, and with compassion.”

—Yana Suchy, PhD, ABPP-CN, Department of Psychology, University of Utah

“This is a tour-de-force examination of the neurocognitive dysfunctions of depression, written by a 'dream team' of distinguished scientists. The book is unique in providing a sophisticated, in-depth view of the most recent neurobiological and clinical findings on depression with a clarity that makes them accessible to investigators and clinicians. Beyond dissecting the neurocognitive origins of depression, the book offers a comprehensive account of psychosocial and biological treatments that makes it an exceptional guide for students and for physicians, psychologists, and other professionals encountering depression.”

—George S. Alexopoulos, MD, S. P. Tobin and A. M. Cooper Professor of Psychiatry and Director, Weill Cornell Institute of Geriatric Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medicine

Table of Contents:

I. Scientific Foundations of Depression
1. Depression and Major Depressive Disorder: Evolution of Diagnosis and Symptomatology, Haitham Salem, Jair C. Soares, & Sudhakar Selvaraj

2. Neuroanatomy and Neural Networks in Depression, Michelle Thai, Kathryn Cullen, & Bonnie Klimes-Dougan

3. Depression across the Adult Lifespan, Vonetta M. Dotson, Shellie-Anne Levy, Hannah R. Bogoian, & Andrew M. Gradone

4. Depression and Comorbid Neuropsychiatric Disorders, Sara Kashani & Olusola Ajilore

5. Depression and Comorbid Medical Illness, Laura Howe-Martin, Tori Knox-Rice, Deanna Denman, & E. Sherwood Brown

II. Neuropsychological Domains

6. The Role of Cognitive Reserve in Depression, Sonya Dhillon & Konstantine K. Zakzanis

7. Learning and Memory Systems, Adam A. Christensen & Margaret O’Connor

8. Working Memory in Depression, Ashleigh V. Rutherford & Jutta Joormann

9. Executive Functions in Depression, Muzaffer Kaser & Barbara J. Sahakian

III. Clinical and Neuropsychological Assessment

10. Major Depressive Disorder Diagnostic and Depressive Symptom Metrics, Benjamin D. Pace & Mustafa M. Husain

11. Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment of the Patient with Depression, C. Munro Cullum, David A. Denney, & K. Chase Bailey

12. Assessment of Actual Versus Feigned Depression with Symptom and Performance Validity Tests, Kyle Brauer Boone

13. Inclusion and Diversity, Kayla Tureson, Alaina I. Gold, & April D. Thames

14. Using Motivational Interviewing to Enhance Neuropsychological Practice for Adults with Depression and Neurocognitive Difficulties, Mariann Suarez & Valeria Martinez-Kaigi

IV. Neuropsychological Effects of Antidepressant Treatment

15. Psychotropic Medications, Joshua Rosenblat

16. Nutraceuticals, Julia Browne, David Mischoulon, & Jerome Sarris

17. Evidence-Based Psychotherapeutic Treatments: Adaptations for Neurocognitive Impairments, Melissa Milanovic, Heather McNeely, Aamna Qureshi, Margaret C. McKinnon, & Katherine Holshausen

18. Cognitive Remediation, Christopher R. Bowie, Michael W. Best, Tanya Tran, & Jenna E. Boyd

19. Exercise, Tracy L. Greer & Hunter Small

20. Electroconvulsive Therapy, Martha Finnegan & Declan M. McLoughlin

21. Magnetic Seizure Therapy, Jeena Thomas, Zhi-De Deng, Shriya Awasthi, & Sarah H. Lisanby

22. Implantable Neurostimulation Devices for Depression: Vagus Nerve Stimulation and Deep Brain Stimulation, Scott T. Aaronson & Alik S. Widge

23. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Brian Kavanaugh & Paul Croarkin

24. Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation, Donel M. Martin, Adriano Moffa, & Stevan Nikolin

About the Editors:

Shawn M. McClintock, PhD, MSCS, is Associate Professor and holds the Lydia Bryant Test Distinguished Professorship in Psychiatric Research in the Department of Psychiatry at The University of Texas (UT) Southwestern Medical Center. He is also the Director of Research Training for the UT Southwestern Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program. Dr. McClintock is a globally recognized expert in the neurocognitive effects of depression and antidepressant neuromodulation therapeutics. Working on interdisciplinary healthcare teams, he has published numerous articles and book chapters on these topics. A recipient of the Robert A. and Phyllis Levitt Early Career Award from the Society for Clinical Neuropsychology, Dr. McClintock serves on the editorial boards of Neuropsychology Review and the Journal of ECT.

Jimmy Choi, PsyD, is a senior scientist at the Olin Neuropsychiatry Research Center in the Hartford Healthcare Behavioral Health Network and research neuropsychologist at The Institute of Living in Hartford, Connecticut. Dr. Choi directs the hospital network's cognitive rehabilitation service, which provides clinical assessment and treatment to children, adolescents, and adults. He has conducted research on cognitive recovery in neuropsychiatric disorders at VA Connecticut, Yale University, and Columbia University.

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