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本书的出版能够对全球的抑郁症治疗提供来自中国医药学界和心理学界的有效经验和方法,并为从事医药和心理研究工作的各国人士提供有科学性、实用性的最新文献资料,也有助于进一步提升医药期刊的国际影响力。

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本书属于《中国医药进展》系列丛书,由中国知网联合期刊编辑部组织专家遴选出50篇使用中西医方法治疗抑郁症的研究论文。所收录的论文均由其第一次发表的期刊编委会推荐,论文内容包含理论研究、机理机制研究、临床研究、心理研究等板块,充分展示了中国抑郁症治疗领域的前沿进展,有科学的方法学支持和客观结论。原始论文以中文发表,本书以英文译文进行精选汇编。

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Foreword by Editor-in-Chief 序言

Depression, an emotional disorder characterized by depressed mental status, is manifested as persistent depressed mood exceeding the norm, lack of self-confidence, avoidance of crowds, and even feeling of guilt. Patients with depression experience an obvious decrease in vitality, slowed time perception, and inability to experience pleasure. Furthermore, depression can cause physical dysfunctions such as sleep disorders, voracious or decreased appetite, and pain sense.

Depression is a common psychological disorder affecting about 350 million people worldwide. With social and economic development and life stress accumulation, depression occurs at early ages and shows increased incidence. Because patients with depression suffer great anxiety and are even at the risk of suicide, they should be treated as soon as possible. Depression can currently be treated by oral administration of antidepressants, which requires long-term medication and has severe side effects, seriously affecting the life quality of patients. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) focuses on regulating the yin and yang as well as deficiency and excess of the human body as a whole. TCM has inherent advantages in the treatment of depression, with unique efficacy and slight side effect. With the gradual recognition and acceptance worldwide, TCM has gradually become a widely accepted means of treating depression. In addition to pharmacotherapy, psychotherapy, attributed to the good efficacy, is also supported by empirical studies and accepted by patients. However, the antidepressant mechanisms of Chinese and western medications as well as psychotherapy remain to be clarified, and the active components are yet to be explored. Chinese researchers have been committed to elucidating the action mechanisms of antidepressants and performed clinical treatment and psychological research, making great contributions to the treatment of depression.

Since 2014, Acta Psychologica Sinica, Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion, Acupuncture Research, China Journal of Chinese Materia Medica, Liaoning Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chinese Traditional and Herbal Drugs, Chinese Journal of Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine, Chinese Archives of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica, The Chinese Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, Chinese Pharmacological Bulletin, Chinese Pharmaceutical Journal, and Chinese Journal of Nursing have joined the Journal Translation Project (JTP). As of 2020, 3 534 articles from these journals have been included in JTP and published in both Chinese and English, which has enhanced the international influence of these journals. To further promote the international dissemination of these journals and to inform more readers about the latest progress in depression treatment in China, China National Knowledge Infrastructure collaborated with the editorial offices of these journals to constitute a panel of experts to select 50 excellent articles on depression research, which have been compiled into the book Depression (English edition) as a part of China’s Medicine Progress Series (English edition). The articles included were recommended by the editorial boards of the journals in which they were originally published, covering theoretical, mechanism, clinical, and psychological research. These articles fully demonstrate the cutting-edge advances in depression treatment in China, with scientific methodological support and objective conclusions. The original articles were published in Chinese, and this book is a compilation of English versions of selected articles.

As the editor-in-chief, I believe this book will provide useful experience and methods from the Chinese medical and psychological communities for depression treatment worldwide. This book provides scientific, practical, and up-to-date literature for those who engage in medicine and psychology and enhances the international influence of these journals.

Editor-in-chief: REN Zhihong

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Part 1 Theoretical Analysis
Exploration of Eye Movement of Depressive Disorder Liver Qi...
Integrated Acupuncture Is the Key for Treatment of Difficul...
Mechanism of Xiaoyao Powder in Treating Depression and Diab...
Part 2 Mechanism Study
Interaction between rs6295 Polymorphism in the 5-HTR1A Gene...
TNF-α Mediated Activation of IDO Pathway Involved in Mecha...
Effect of Typical Antidepressant Drugs on the Serum Endogen...
Research on Relationship between Abnormal Regulation of His...
Comparative Study of the Corticosterone and Glutamate Induc...
Role of Right Ventrolateral Prefrontal Cortex on Social Emo...
Acupuncture Improved Depressive Behavior by Regulating Expr...
Protective Effects of Acupuncture for Promoting the Circula...
Auricular Electroacupuncture Improves Depression Possibly b...
Anti-depression Mechanism of Supercritical CO2 Extract from...
Potent Rapid Antidepressant Effects of Effective Fraction o...
An Exploration on Mechanism of Antidepression of Jiaotai Pi...
Regulation of Seabuckthorn Seed Oil on Metabolic Pathway Di...
Inhibitory Effect of Extractable Petroleum Ether of Polyrha...
Antidepressant Effect of Compound Chaigui Prescription and ...
Hippocampus Metabolomic Research on Antidepressant Mechanis...
Anti-depressant Effects of Schisandrin A on Depression Indu...
Active Substance Fractions and Effects of Shugan Hewei Tang...
1H-NMR Metabolomics Analysis of Changes of Serum Metabolite...
Part 3 Clinical Study
Effect of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Rehabilitation...
Clinical Observation of Acupuncture in Patients with Depres...
Effect of Acupuncture on Early Onset of SSRIs Treating Depr...
Clinical Observation of Depression after Breast Cancer Oper...
Clinical Observation on Mild Perimenopausal Depression of K...
Impact on Serum 5-HT and TH1/TH2 in Patients of Depressive ...
Effect of the Acupuncture Intervention of Dredging Governor...
Acupuncture Combined with Western Medication for Mild Cogni...
LAI Xinsheng’s Treatment Experience of Depression by Tongy...
Effects of Transcutaneous Electrical Acupoint Stimulation o...
Acupuncture for Female Depression: A Randomized Controlled ...
Clinical Observation on Auricular Magnetotherapy for Conval...
Effect of Early Acupuncture Intervention on Post-stroke Dep...
Effects on Female Depression Treated with the Combined Ther...
Therapeutic Effect of the Combined Treatment with Acupunctu...
Effect of Modified Guipi Decoction on Blood Pressure and Qu...
Clinical Observation on Effect of Yueju Pill in Treating Qi...
Part 4 Psychological Research
Interaction Effects between rs6323 Polymorphism in the MAOA...
MAOA rs6323 Polymorphism Interacts with Maternal Supportive...
Interaction between Dopamine D2 Receptor Gene Taqia Polymor...
Childhood Maltreatment and Depression: A Meta-analysis
Interactive Effects of Monoamine Oxidase A (MAOA) Gene and ...
Neuropsychological Mechanism of Therapy in Depression and A...
Analysis on Dynamic Variations of Plasma Metabolites of CUM...
Influence Mechanism of Parental Care on Depression among Le...
Future Thinking in Non-clinical Depression: The Relevance o...
Emotional Regulation Goals of Young Adults with Depression ...
Association between Negative Life Events and Early Adolesce...
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