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Book Reviews

Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression

Michael Craig Miller

Published: March 31, 1999

Article Abstract

From our regular book review column.

Drs. Ingram, Miranda, and Segal have approached the subject of depression with an expansive point of view. They caution that we should not limit ourselves to the system of diagnosis found in our psychiatric diagnostic manuals. They appropriately urge us to grapple with depression in its many forms. With depression thus broadly defined, they have given us an exhaustive review of its relationship to cognition.

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Volume: 60

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