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Authors: Ferenc Margitics and Zsuzsa Pauwlik (Department of Psychology, College of Nyíregyháza, Hungary) 
Book Description:
The subclinical depression syndrome refers to an emotionally negative state which significantly influences level of achievement and quality of life, but which cannot be yet classified as an illness. Based on the seriousness of the symptoms, it can be measured on different scales of depression as mild or moderate.
One of the aims of the research was to find out what characterizes the state of mind of college students, whether the hopelessness, despondency and subclinical depressive mood are also typical of them. The other aim of the research was to examine and discover in their complexity those factors which have a role in the development of subclinical syndrome. The authors approach the factors responsible for the development of the subclinical syndrome in their complexity, taking into account the biological, psychic, and social relations, as well. Beyond revealing the background factors of sub-clinical depressive syndromes the authors were also interested in what the subjective well-being of college students was like and what individual aspirations were typical of them.

Imprint: Nova Behavioral Sciences Press

Table of Contents:
Preface

Research and Review Studies

Chapter 1. Subclinical Depression Syndrome as a Health Care Risk Factor in College Students pp.1-10

Chapter 2. The Applicability of the Vulnerability Theory at the Examination of Subclinical Depression Syndrome of College Students pp.11-28

Chapter 3. Survey of the Background Factors of Subclinical Depression Syndrome in the Case of College Students pp.29-40

Chapter 4. The Role of Risk and Protective Socionalizational Factors in the Development in the Case of Persons with Vulnerability to Depression pp.41-52

Chapter 5. Gender Differences in Proneness to Depression among College Students pp.53-66

Chapter 6. Interrelations of Temperament and Character Types with Subclinical Depression Syndrome, Dysfunctional Attitudes and Coping Strategies of College Students pp.67-82

Chapter 7. Subjective Well-Being and Individual Aspirations of College Students pp.83-96

Index pp.97-103

   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 103.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-60692-851-6
   Status: AV
  
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