The rapidly growing field of immunopsychiatry combines expertise and insights from immunology, psychiatry and neuroscience to understand the role of inflammation and other immune processes in causing and treating mental illness.
This represents a major shift in mental health science, traditionally focused on psychological and neuronal mechanisms of depression, psychosis and dementia.
This book provides the first comprehensive overview of recent, inter-disciplinary research linking disordered function of the immune system to the brain and mental illness. It offers a broad and deep perspective on the implications of immune system involvement in psychiatric disorders, including a balanced focus on basic science and clinical applications.
Chapters cover the scientific evidence linking immune processes to major mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, depression, anxiety and dementia.
An invaluable guide for graduate students, doctors in training, scientific researchers and others interested in the link between the immune system and mental health.
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Titolo: Textbook of Immunopsychiatry : An Introduction
Autori: Khandaker - Harrison - Bullmore - Dantzer
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Finitura: Copertina rigida
Peso: 0.8 kg
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