The psychobiology of premenstrual dysphoria: review of theories and treatments

@article{Steiner1977ThePO,
  title={The psychobiology of premenstrual dysphoria: review of theories and treatments},
  author={Meir Steiner and Bernard J. Carroll},
  journal={Psychoneuroendocrinology},
  year={1977},
  volume={2},
  pages={321-335}
}
Abstract (1) Premenstrual mood changes such as depression, elation, anxiety, hostility and irritability are a common cause of disability in women. (2) The nature of the disorder, the clinical dimensions, the incidence, the psychological and psychosocial theories are reviewed. (3) A long list of treatments recommended over the years is also reviewed and discussed, illustrating the ambiguity and uncertainty in this area. (4) The relationship to other periodic functional conditions, especially… CONTINUE READING
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