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- Chapter 1 Introductory overviewSteven Jones and Richard Bentall
- Chapter 2 Psychosocial risk factors for bipolar disorder: Current and early environment and cognitive styles Lauren B. Alloy, Lyn Y. Abramson, Amy M. Neeren, Patricia D. Walshaw, Snezana Urosevic and Robin Nusslock
- Chapter 3 Life events as predictors of relapse, depression and mania in bipolar disorder Sheri L. Johnson and Randy Fingerhut
- Chapter 4 Dysfunctional beliefs in individuals with bipolar disorders Warren Mansell and Jan Scott
- Chapter 5 Circadian rhythms and internal attributions in bipolar disorder Steven H. Jones
- Chapter 6 Psychological processes and the pathways to mania: Exploring the manic defence hypothesis Richard P. Bentall, Sara J. Tai and Rebecca Knowles
- 7 Neuropsychological and biological approaches to understanding bipolar disorder Luke Clark and Barbara J. Sahakian
- Chapter 8 Bipolar relapse: The importance of early warning signs and coping strategies Dominic Lam and Grace Wong
- Chapter 9 Biopsychosocial approaches and interpersonal and social rhythm therapy for bipolar disorder Suzanne Luty
- Chapter 10 Family approaches to the course and treatment of bipolar disorder Chad D. Morris and David J. Miklowitz