Impact of the Environment on Psychiatric Disorder
The Impact of the Environment on Psychiatric Disorder explores the relationship between the environment and mental health, and suggests that environmental factors can play a role in the causation of psychiatric illness. Hugh Freeman and Stephen More...
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The Impact of the Environment on Psychiatric Disorder explores the relationship between the environment and mental health, and suggests that environmental factors can play a role in the causation of psychiatric illness. Hugh Freeman and Stephen Stansfeld bring together experts from the field to discuss a range of physical and social environmental settings that are linked to psychiatric disorders. International contributors discuss topics such as: psychosocial processes linking the environment and mental health gene-environment interactions urban-rural differences social support migration how noise affects psychiatric disorders. The book closes with a discussion of how disasters such as global warming and terrorism can affect mental health, and highlights the risks and protective factors for psychiatric disorders following such events. The Impact of the Environment on Psychiatric Disorder illuminates the wide range of ways in which it is possible for the environment to influence mental health. It will appealto both academics and professionals, and will interest anyone concerned with connections between the environment and mental health.
|Gene-environment interactions in mental disorders: A current view|
|Geographical perspectives on psychiatric disorder|
|Urban-rural differences, socio-economic status and psychiatric disorder|
|Psychosocial processes linking the environment and mental health|
|Social support, environment and psychiatric disorder|
|Migration and mental health|
|Housing and mental health|
|Noise and psychiatric disorder|
|Seasonality and mental health: Mood disorders, suicide, and schizophrenia|
|Psychiatric morbidity following disasters: Epidemiology, risk, and protective factors|