Depresión en el siglo XX : concepción y tratamientos

El propósito del siguiente trabajo es el de evidenciar los cambios y desarrollos del concepto de depresión y sus tratamientos durante el siglo XX por medio de una revisión bibliográfica de la literatura pertinente. A pesar de que la historia de la depresión se remonta al siglo II d.C., con la melanc...

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Autor Principal: García Neme, David
Otros Autores: Gutiérrez-Peláez, Miguel
Formato: Trabajo de grado (Bachelor Thesis)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad del Rosario 2017
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language Español (Spanish)
topic Depresión
Trastorno depresivo mayor
Siglo XX
Psicoterapia
Medicamentos antidepresivos
Melancolía
Galeno
Depresión mental
Melancolía
Antidepresivos
Depression
Major depressive disorder
XX century
Psychotherapy
Antidepressant drugs
spellingShingle Depresión
Trastorno depresivo mayor
Siglo XX
Psicoterapia
Medicamentos antidepresivos
Melancolía
Galeno
Depresión mental
Melancolía
Antidepresivos
Depression
Major depressive disorder
XX century
Psychotherapy
Antidepressant drugs
García Neme, David
Depresión en el siglo XX : concepción y tratamientos
description El propósito del siguiente trabajo es el de evidenciar los cambios y desarrollos del concepto de depresión y sus tratamientos durante el siglo XX por medio de una revisión bibliográfica de la literatura pertinente. A pesar de que la historia de la depresión se remonta al siglo II d.C., con la melancolía, pocos cambios significativos se presentaron antes del siglo XX, pues la definición y el tratamiento propuestos por Galeno fueron los más prevalentes. Durante el siglo XX, desarrollos en psicología y neurología permitieron la creación de nuevas definiciones y tratamientos de la depresión que no se adscribían a la tradición galénica (como la definición del DSM-I, las tres olas de psicoterapia y los medicamentos antidepresivos). Las concepciones y tratamientos desarrollados durante el siglo XX, en particular durante la segunda mitad del siglo, son los de más amplio uso actualmente, por lo que es importante indagar sobre su desarrollo.
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title Depresión en el siglo XX : concepción y tratamientos
title_short Depresión en el siglo XX : concepción y tratamientos
title_full Depresión en el siglo XX : concepción y tratamientos
title_fullStr Depresión en el siglo XX : concepción y tratamientos
title_full_unstemmed Depresión en el siglo XX : concepción y tratamientos
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spelling ir-10336-180222019-09-19T12:37:54Z Depresión en el siglo XX : concepción y tratamientos García Neme, David Gutiérrez-Peláez, Miguel Depresión Trastorno depresivo mayor Siglo XX Psicoterapia Medicamentos antidepresivos Melancolía Galeno Depresión mental Melancolía Antidepresivos Depression Major depressive disorder XX century Psychotherapy Antidepressant drugs El propósito del siguiente trabajo es el de evidenciar los cambios y desarrollos del concepto de depresión y sus tratamientos durante el siglo XX por medio de una revisión bibliográfica de la literatura pertinente. A pesar de que la historia de la depresión se remonta al siglo II d.C., con la melancolía, pocos cambios significativos se presentaron antes del siglo XX, pues la definición y el tratamiento propuestos por Galeno fueron los más prevalentes. Durante el siglo XX, desarrollos en psicología y neurología permitieron la creación de nuevas definiciones y tratamientos de la depresión que no se adscribían a la tradición galénica (como la definición del DSM-I, las tres olas de psicoterapia y los medicamentos antidepresivos). Las concepciones y tratamientos desarrollados durante el siglo XX, en particular durante la segunda mitad del siglo, son los de más amplio uso actualmente, por lo que es importante indagar sobre su desarrollo. The purpose of this paper is to show through a literature review how the concept of depression and its treatments changed and developed during the twentieth century. Despite that the history of depression dates back to the second century a.C., with melancholia, the concept didn´t change much up until the twentieth century, since the definition and treatment proposed by Galen were the most prevalent. 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