Men's Health Series, Part III: Depression


Dr. William Pollack
*Psychologist, Harvard Medical School
*Director, The Centers for Men and Young Men, McLean Hospital (psychiatric affiliate of Mass General)
*Author, Real Boys: Rescuing our Sons From the Myths of Boyhood (Bound, 2001) and "New Psychotherapy for Men" (John Wiley & Sons, 1998)

Dr. Myrna Weissman
*Professor of Psychiatry and Epidemiology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University
*Author, The Treatment of Depression: Bridging the 21st Century *Co-author, Comprehensive Guide to Interpersonal Psychotherapy

Dr. Fred Goodwin
*Professor of Psychiatry, George Washington University
*Former Director, National Institute of Mental Health
*Host of the public radio show "Infinite Mind

Why do more men commit suicide than women but according to statistics, fewer men suffer from depression? Some psychologists think it's because men's depression isn't diagnosed correctly. In this hour of Talk of the Nation, join Neal Conan for part three of our series on men's health, men and depression.



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