OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Public Mental Health (2nd edition)

ISBN : 9780190916619

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¥7,689
著者: 
William W. Eaton; M. Daniele Fallin
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632 ページ
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Paperback
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178 x 254 mm
刊行日
2019年05月
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"[A] masterful volume that will do much to advance understanding of mental health as an essential public health challenge." -Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare

THE GROUNDBREAKING TEXTBOOK IN POPULATION-LEVEL MENTAL HEALTH, NOW FULLY REVISED AND UPDATED

Public Mental Health equips a new generation of public health students, researchers and practitioners with the most innovative social. biological, and behavioral science approaches to mental health challenges at the population level. Incorporating insights from multiple health and science disciplines, this new edition introduces novel concepts and methodologies for understanding the occurrence of mental disorders in populations worldwide.

Reflecting the disciplinary diversity and expertise of an internationally-recognized roster of contributors, its nineteen chapters include coverage of such essential topics as:

* estimates of global prevalence based on new data from the Global Burden of Disease Study * the complex way in which genes, other biological factors, and life stresses increase risk * mental health disparities among population subgroups * population-level mental health consequences of violence and natural disasters * the logic and practice of prevention of mental and behavioral disorders

With a perspective that will resonate from the lab to the legislature floor, Public Mental Health offers a much-need core text for students, researchers, and practitioners.

目次: 

Contributors
Preface
Introduction
Section 1: The Nature of Mental and Behavioral Disorders
1: THE BURDEN OF MENTAL DISORDERS
William W. Eaton
O. Joseph Bienvenu
Gerald Nestadt
Heather Volk
2: PSYCHIATRIC NOSOLOGY: APPROACHES TO THE CHARACTERIZATION OF MENTAL DISORDERS
Paul Nestadt
Karen Seymour
James Potash
Paul McHugh
3: GLOBAL MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES: CULTURE AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
Judith K. Bass
Emily Haroz
Norman Sartorius
Section 2: Methods
4: ASSESSMENT OF DISTRESS, DISORDER, IMPAIRMENT AND NEED IN THE POPULATION
William W. Eaton
Ramin Mojtabai
Jeannie-Marie S. Leoutsakos
Jaana Myllyluoma
5: INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS RELEVANT TO PUBLIC MENTAL HEALTH
Elizabeth A. Stuart
Jeannie-Marie Sheppard Leoutsakos
Rashelle Musci
Alden Gross
Ryan M. Andrews
William W. Eaton
Section 3: Descriptive Epidemiology
6: THE POPULATION DYNAMICS OF MENTAL DISORDERS
William W. Eaton
Ronald C. Kessler
Preben Bo Mortensen
Kim Roth
7: ADULT MENTAL DISORDERS IN ASSOCIATION WITH SOCIOECONOMIC POSITION, RACE/ETHNICITY, AND SEXUAL & GENDER MINORITY STATUS
Renee M. Johnson
Sabriya Linton
Sari Reiser
Preben Bo Mortensen
Silvia Martins
William W. Eaton
8: SUICIDE
Holly C. Wilcox
Diana Clarke
Stephanie G. Smith
Adrienne Grzenda
William W. Eaton
Section 4: Mechanisms of Risk
9: GENES AS A SOURCE OF RISK FOR MENTAL DISORDERS
Peter P. Zandi
Holly Wilcox
Yian Lin
Brion Maher
M. Danielle Fallin
10: MENTAL DISORDERS AND THE BRAIN ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN
Michelle C. Carlson
Adam Spira
George Rebok
Joe Gallo
Jeanine Parisi
Kyle Moored
11: MODELS OF STRESS AND ADAPTING TO RISK: A LIFE-COURSE, DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE
George W. Rebok
Catherine P. Bradshaw
Heather E. Volk
Tamar Mendelson
William W. Eaton
Elizabeth J. Letourneau
Sheppard G. Kellam
12: ADAPTING TO ACUTE CRISIS
Carla L. Storr
Daniel Lakin
Wietse Tol
Section 5: The Behavioral Health Care Service System
13: MENTAL HEALTH, SUBSTANCE USE, AND THE LAW
Deborah Agus
Kristin Schneider
14: AMERICAN MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES AFTER THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: PERSPECTIVE THROUGH CARE PATTERNS FOR 100 ADULTS, WITH AGGREGATE FACILITY, SERVICE, AND COST ESTIMATES
Ronald W. Manderscheid
Victoria R. Green
Anita Everett
Phillip Leaf
Colleen Barry
15: COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES IN THE UNITED STATES
Anita Everett
16: PATHWAYS TO CARE: NEED, ATTITUDES, BARRIERS
Ramin Mojtabai
William W. Eaton
Sarah Murray
17: MENTAL HEALTH SYSTEMS AROUND THE WORLD
Shekhar Saxena
Jeremy Kane
Noa Krawczyk
William Eaton
Judith Bass
Section 6: Prevention and the Future
18: THE LOGIC AND PRACTICE OF THE PREVENTION OF MENTAL DISORDERS
Tamar Mendelson
Elise T. Pas
Angela E. Lee-Winn
Catherine P. Bradshaw
George W. Rebok
Wallace Mandell
19: THE FUTURE OF PUBLIC MENTAL HEALTH: PROGRESS MADE BUT MUCH MORE TO BE DONE
M. Daniele Fallin
Phillip J. Leaf
Laysha Ostrow
Ronald W. Manderscheid
David L. Shern
Calliope Holingue
Johannes Thrul
Peter Zandi
William W. Eaton
Index

著者について: 

William W. Eaton is professor in the Department of Mental Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and former chair of that department. His doctoral training is in sociology. Before coming to Johns Hopkins he was assistant chief, Center for Epidemiologic Studies, National Institute of Mental Health. He was principal collaborator on the NIMH Epidemiologic Catchment Area Study, and has authored or coauthored more than 300 articles and chapters, and written or edited nine books, all in the area of psychiatric epidemiology and public mental health. M. Danielle Fallin is Sylvia and Harold Halpert professor and chair of the Department of Mental Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, with joint appointments in the Departments of Biostatistics and Epidemiology. Her doctoral training is in genetic epidemiology. She is Director of the Wendy Klag Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She has; authored or coauthored more than 200 peer-reviewed articles and chapters in the area of psychiatric epidemiology and public mental health.

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