Animal Behavior and Mental Illness

Animal Behavior and Mental Illness

Edited by: Undine E. Lang

Series: Zeitschrift für Psychologie - Volume 25

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Animal Behavior and Mental Illness
ISBN: 9780889374782
2015, iv/60 pages
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Animal Behavior and Mental Illness

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New insights into how investigating animal behavior can help address issues in human mental health

Most clinical observations and psychopathological symptoms in humans can be linked to basic neurobiological, experimental, behavioral, and interventional observations in animals. Some psychiatric disorders and behavioral traits seem identical in mice and men (e.g., depression, anxiety, addiction), while others have been indirectly studied by biological endophenotypical traits (schizophrenia, dementia, autism). The present volume aims to highlight the role of animal behavior in neurobiological and psychological basic research, in behavioral models of psychiatric disorders, and in approaches to the treatment of psychiatric patients.

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