Volume 22, Number 4, December 2015

Table of Contents

Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology

pp. 1-3
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Feature Article

Aristotle, Autism, and Applied Behavior Analysis

pp. 253-262
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Commentaries

Doing Right and Being Good: What It Would Take for People Living with Autism to Flourish

pp. 263-265
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Behavior Analysis and the Good Life

pp. 267-270
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Response

The Deep Impact of Applied Behavior Analysis for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

pp. 271-274
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Feature Article

Two Christian Theologies of Depression: An Evaluation and Discussion of Clinical Implications

pp. 275-289
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Commentaries

Transformative Suffering and The Cultivation of Virtue

pp. 291-294
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Theology or Therapy?: In What Sense Does Depression Exist?

pp. 295-298
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Response

Interpretation, Meaning and the Shaping of Experience: Against Depression Being a Natural Entity and Other Forms of Essentialism

pp. 299-301
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Clinical Anecdote

Clinical Anecdotes: A Logic in Madness

pp. 303-305
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Commentaries

Depression, Sadness and Authenticity

pp. 307-308
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Clinical Supervision of the Treatment of a Patient with Deeply Held Convictions

pp. 309-311
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Psychiatric Ethics: Not Necessarily Clear, But Sometimes Helpful Anyway

pp. 313-315
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How Hyponarrativity May Hinder Antidepressants’ “Happy Ending”

pp. 317-321
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Depression in Asperger’s (High Functioning Autism): Identity and Capacity

pp. 323-325
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Response

Weighing Hyponarrativity in the Face of Complex Medical Decision Making

pp. 327-331
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About the Authors

pp. 333-334
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Concurrent Contents: Recent and Classic References at the Interface of Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology

pp. 335-336
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