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  • "BipolArt" 2012, Springer
    Written with disarming honesty by a long-term sufferer of bipolar disorder, with more than half a century's experience of intervention and treatment, this highly personal volume traces the effectiveness of a therapy modality for mental illness that has gained much ground in the past two decades: art. The author began to use art, and in particular doodling, from 1998 as a way of externalizing his feelings. Its expressiveness, accessibility and energy-efficiency was ideally suited to the catatonia he experienced during the bouts of depression that are a feature of bipolar disorder, while as the low moods lifted and his energy surged, he completed more ambitious and elaborate works. As well as being highly eclectic, Wheatley's assembled oeuvre has afforded him both insights and therapeutic intervention into his condition, once deemed highly debilitating and taboo, but much more socially accepted now that well known sufferers such as Stephen Fry have recounted their experiences of the condition. After an opening account of how the images were generated, the volume reproduces a 'gallery' of selected work, and then offers an extended epilogue analyzing the art's connections with the disorder as well as the author's assessment of how each attempt at visual self-expression was, for him, a therapeutic intervention. Wheatley, a cell biologist who has enjoyed a full career in cancer research, has had no formal training in art, yet his haunting pictures, many of them resembling life forms, are brought to life by his perceptive, self-aware commentary. This book will be of interest to psychologists and psychiatrists among the wider medical profession as well as people suffering from any form of bipolar disorder whatever the severity.
  • Addiction medicine 2011, Springer
    This book attempts to "bridge the gap between the explosion of neuroscientific and behavioral knowledge in the past three decades and treatment delivery in clinical practice. As such, it should fulfill the role of a comprehensive textbook that integrates addiction medicine from its scientific underpinnings to the treatment of patients in clinical settings"--Preface, p. vii.
  • Addiction Recovery Management: Theory, Research, and Practice is the first book on the recovery management approach to addiction treatment and post-treatment support services. Distinctive in combining theory, research, and practice within the same text, this ground-breaking title includes authors who are the major theoreticians, researchers, systems administrators, clinicians and recovery advocates who have developed the model. State-of-the art and the definitive text on the topic, Addiction Recovery Management: Theory, Research, and Practice is mandatory reading for clinicians and all professionals who work with patients in recovery or who are interested in the field.
  • ADHD in adults 2013, Springer
    ADHD in Adults: A Practical Guide to Evaluation and Management is the product of a unique collaboration of international specialists. This volume offers easy-to-read guidance, and includes checklists, rating scales and treatment planning tools. It was designed for a broad audience of caregivers working in diverse settings, including psychiatrists, social workers, primary care physicians, nurse specialists and psychologists. The authors are highly acclaimed clinicians, investigators and educators. They offer step-by-step guidance for implementation of best practices, drawing from clinical research and their experience treating thousands of patients. They cover diagnosis, treatment planning, and state-of-the-art application of pharmacology, psychotherapy, skill-building, family system and environmental interventions - for both simple and complex cases. The scales and worksheets in this Guide were developed to efficiently facilitate assessment and management. The Editor is an international leader in the field from the Clinical and Research Program in Adult ADHD at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Harvard Medical School, which has made pioneering and highly cited contributions to the understanding of ADHD. This Guide is a definitive, indispensable resource for all health providers who wish to optimize their approach to adult patients with ADHD.
  • 1. Introduction -- 2. Diagnostic assessment -- 3. Diagnostic instruments -- 4. Treatment -- 5. Treatment: coaching adults with ADHD -- 6. Setup and organization of a specialist department.
  • Psychiatric evaluation of adults, second edition -- Treatment of patients with delirium -- Treatment of patients with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias of late life -- Treatment of patients with HIV/AIDS -- Treatment of patients with substance use disorders, second edition -- Treatment of patients with schizophrenia, second edition -- Treatment of patients with major depressive disorder, second edition -- Treatment of patients with bipolar disorder, second edition -- Treatment of patients with panic disorder -- Treatment of patients with acute stress disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder -- Treatment of patients with eating disorders, third edition -- Treatment of patients with borderline personality disorder -- Assessment and treatment of patients with suicidal behaviors. -- Appendix: Practice guideline development process.
  • Part I: The basic science of geriatric psychiatry --The myth, history, and science of aging /Dan G. Blazer --Demography and epidemiology of psychiatric disorders in late life /Celia F. Hybels, Dan G. Blazer, and Judith C. Hays --Physiological and clinical considerations of geriatric patient care /Robert M. Kaiser --Neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and neuropathology of aging /Warren D. Taylor, Scott D. Moore, and Steven S. Chin --Chemical messengers /Jason D. Kilts ... [et al.] --Genetics /Robert A. Sweet and Patricia A. Wilkosz --Psychological aspects of normal aging /Ilene C. Siegler ... [et al.] --Social and economic factors related to psychiatric disorders in late life /Linda K. George.Part II: The diagnostic interview in late life --The psychiatric interview of older adults /Dan G. Blazer --Use of the laboratory in the diagnostic workup of older adults /Mugdha Thakur and P. Murali Doraiswamy --Neuropsychological assessment of dementia /Kathleen A. Welsh-Bohmer and Deborah K. Attix.Part III: Psychiatric disorders in late life --Delirium /Michael A. Fearing and Sharon K. Inouye --Dementia and milder cognitive syndromes /Constantine G. Lyketsos --Movement disorders /Burton Scott --Mood disorders /Dan G. Blazer, David C. Steffens, and Harold G. Koenig --Bipolar disorder in late life /John L. Beyer --Schizophrenia and paranoid disorders /Dilip V. Jeste, Nicole M. Lanouette, and Ipsit V. Vahia --Anxiety disorders /Eric J. Lenze and Julie Loebach Wetherell --Somatoform disorders /Marc E. Agronin --Sexual disorders /Marc E. Agronin --Bereavement /Moria J. Smoski and Larry W. Thompson --Sleep and circadian rhythm disorders /Andrew D. Krystal, Jack D. Edinger, and William K. Wohlgemuth --Alcohol and drug problems /David W. Oslin and Shahrzad Mavandadi --Personality disorders /Thomas E. Oxman --Agitation and suspiciousness /Harold W. Goforth and Lisa P. Gwyther.Part IV: Treatment of psychiatric disorders in late life --Psychopharmacology /Benoit H. Mulsant and Bruce G. Pollock --Electroconvulsive therapy /Richard D. Weiner and Andrew D. Krystal --Nutrition and physical activity /Connie Watkins Bales and Martha Elizabeth Payne --Individual and group psychotherapy /Thomas R. Lynch and Moria J. Smoski --Working with families of older adults /Lisa P. Gwyther and Diane E. Meglin --Clinical psychiatry in the nursing home /Joel E. Streim and Ira R. Katz --The continuum of caring in the long term: movement toward the community /George L. Maddox and Elise J. Bolda.Part V: Special topics --Legal, ethical, and policy issues /William E. Reichman ... [et al.] --The past and future of geriatric psychiatry /Dan G. Blazer and David C. Steffens.
  • Part 1 : The basis of addictive disorders -- Neurobiology of addiction / George F. Koob -- Genetics of addiction / Joel Gelernter, Henry R. Kranzler -- Epidemiology of addiction / Judith S. Brook, Kerstin Pahl, Elizabeth Rubenstone -- Cross-cultural aspects of addiction / Nady el-Guebaly --Part 2 : The nature of treatment -- Assessment of the patient / Shelly F. Greenfield, Grace Hennessy -- Patient placement criteria / David Mee-Lee, David R. Gastfriend -- Evolution in addiction treatment concepts and methods / A. Thomas McLellan --Part 3 : Specific drugs of abuse -- Alcohol -- Neurobiology of alcohol / Clifford M. Knapp, Domenic A. Ciraulo, Henry R. Kranzler -- Clinical management of alcohol abuse and dependence / Hugh Myrick, Tara Wright -- Stimulants -- Neurobiology of stimulants / Margaret Haney -- Clinical management : cocaine / Thomas R. Kosten, Mehmet Sofuoglu, Tracie J. Gardner -- Clinical management : methamphetamine / Richard A. Rawson, Walter Ling -- Hallucinogens and club drugs -- Neurobiology of hallucinogens / Richard A. Glennon -- Hallucinogens and club drugs / Michael F. Weaver, Sidney H. Schnoll -- Other substances -- Nicotine and tobacco / Tony P. George, Andrea H. Weinberger -- Benzodiazepines and other sedatives and hypnotics / Adam Bisaga -- Treatment of anabolic-androgenic steroid-related disorders / Harrison G. Pope, Jr., Kirk J. Brower -- Opioids -- Neurobiology of opiates and opioids / Mary Jeanne Kreek -- Detoxification of opioids / Soteri Polydorou, Herbert D. Kleber -- Opioid maintenance treatment / Richard S. Schottenfeld -- Buprenorphine maintenance / Eric C. Strain, Michelle R. Lofwall -- Antagonists of opioids / Charles O'Brien, Kyle M. Kampman --Part 4 : Treatment modalities -- Psychodynamics / Hallie A. Lightdale, Avram H. Mack, Richard J. Frances -- Cognitive-behavioral therapies / Kathleen M. Carroll -- Motivational enhancement / Carlo C. DiClemente, Miranda Garay, Leigh Gemmell -- Twelve-step facilitation / Richard K. Ries, Marc Galanter, J. Scott Tonigan -- Contingency management / Stephen T. Higgins, Kenneth Silverman -- Network therapy / Marc Galanter -- Group therapy / David W. Brook -- Family therapy / Timothy J. O'Farrell, William Fals-Stewart --Part 5 : Rehabilitation settings -- Inpatient treatment / Roger D. Weiss, Jennifer Sharpe Potter, Rocco A. Iannucci -- Therapeutic communities / George De Leon -- Community-based treatment / Jonathan I. Ritvo, Harvey L. Causey III -- Alcoholics anonymous and other 12-step programs -- Psychological mechanisms in alcoholics anonymous / J. Scott Tonigan, Gerard J. Connors -- The history of alcoholics anonymous and the experiences of patients / Edgar P. Nace -- Outcome research on 12-step and other self-help programs / Rudolf H. Moos, Christine Timko --Part 6 : Special populations -- Adolescent substance abuse / Yifrah Kaminer -- The mentally ill substance abuser / Stephen Ross -- Women and addiction / Kathleen T. Brady, Sudie E. Back -- Perinatal substance abuse / Loretta P. Finnegan, Stephen R. Kandall -- HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C / Steven L. Batki, Kalpana I. Nathan -- Prescription drug abuse / Wilson M. Compton, Richard Denisco -- Substance use disorders among physicians / J. Wesley Boyd, John R. Knight -- Gay men and lesbians / Robert Paul Cabaj -- Minorities / Joseph Westermeyer, Daniel Dickerson --Part 7 : Special topics -- Testing to identify recent drug use / Robert L. DuPont, Carl M. Selavka -- Medical education / Erik W. Gunderson, Frances R. Levin, Petros Levounis -- Prevention of substance abuse / Richard R. Clayton, Melissa J.H. Segress, Crystal A. Caudill -- Forensic addiction psychiatry / Avram H. Mack, Monica Barros.
  • Conceptual Issues -- The Different Facets of Anhedonia and Their Associations with Different Psychopathologies -- Understanding Anhedonia: The Role of Perceived Control -- Circadian Fluctuation of Reward Response and Synchronization to Reward -- Anhedonia in Children and Adolescents -- Musical Anhedonia and Visual Hypoemotionality: Selective Loss of Emotional Experience in Music and Vision -- Projecting Oneself into the Future, an Intervention for Improving Pleasure in Patients with Anhedonia -- Neurobiological Advances -- Translational Models of Dopaminergic Mechanisms for Motivational Deficits in Anhedonic Patients -- Brain Systems for the Pleasure of Food and Other Primary Rewards -- Neurogenetics and Neurobiology of Dopamine in Anhedonia -- The Neuroendocrinology of Anhedonia -- Electrophysiological Signatures of Reward Processing in Anhedonia -- Anhedonia in Mouse Models of Methamphetamine-Induced Drug Seeking Behavior -- Neural Basis of Anhedonia Associated with Stress-Induced Eating Disorders -- Brain Imaging Correlates of Anhedonia.
  • Anhedonia in Psychotic Disorders -- Anhedonia in Schizophrenia: A Brief History and Overview of the Construct -- Measuring Anhedonia in Schizophrenia-Spectrum Disorders: A Selective Update -- Hedonic Capacity and Related Factors in Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective Disorder -- Anhedonia as an Indicator of Genetic Vulnerability to Schizophrenia -- Anhedonia in Schizophrenia: A Deficit in Translating Reward Information into Motivated Behavior -- Anhedonia in Mood and Personality Disorders -- Neural Correlates of Anhedonia as a Trait Marker for Depression -- Anhedonia in Trauma Related Disorders: The Good, the Bad, and the Shut-Down -- Anhedonia and Anorexia Nervosa: A Neurocognitive Perspective -- Anhedonia and Negative Symptom Schizotypy -- Anticipatory and Consummatory Anhedonia in Individuals with Schizotypal Traits -- Anhedonia and Risk of Suicide: An Overview -- Anhedonia in Neurological and Physical Disorders -- Anhedonia and Epilepsy -- Anhedonia in Parkinson's Disease and Other Movement Disorders -- Anhedonia in Heart Disease -- Cerebrovascular Diseases: Post-stroke Depression and Anhedonia.
  • Theoretical issues -- Epidemiological perspectives on co-occurring anxiety disorder and substance use disorder -- The neurobiology of anxiety: potential for co-morbidity of anxiety and substance use disorders -- Research findings -- Posttraumatic stress disorder and substance use disorder: neuroimaging, neuroendocrine, and psychophysiological findings -- Co-morbidity of social phobia and alcohol use disorders: a review of psychopathology research findings -- Panic spectrum disorders and substance use -- Treatment strategies -- Treatment of co-morbid obsessive-compulsive disorder and substance use disorders -- Treatment for co-morbid posttraumatic stress disorder and substance use disorders -- Treatment of co-occurring alcoholism and social anxiety disorder -- Treating co-morbid panic disorder and substance use disorder -- Cognitive- behavioral treatment of co-morbid panic psychopathology and tobacco use and dependence -- Personality-based approaches to treatment of co-morbid anxiety and substance use disorder -- Medical management of co-morbid anxiety and substance use disorder -- Integration and conclusions -- Anxiety disorder and substance use disorder co-morbidity: common themes and future directions.
  • Anxiety disorders 2013, Karger
    Preface : concerted efforts to improve the understanding and treatment of anxiety disorders / J. Angst, D.S. Baldwin -- On the nature of obsessions and compulsions / S. de Haan, E. Rietveld, D. Denys -- The origin of anxiety disorders : an evolutionary approach / L.E.W.G. Willers, N.C. Vulink, D. Denys, D.J. Stein -- Genetic factors in anxiety disorders / K. Domschke, E. Maron -- Neuroimaging in anxiety disorders / M. Fredrikson, V. Faria -- Potential neuroimmunological targets in the treatment of anxiety disorders / R. Hou, Z. Tang, D.S. Baldwin -- Anxiety and cardiovascular disease / S.J.C. Davies, C. Allgulander -- The early phases of anxiety disorders : from prevention to treatment / J. Vázquez-Bourgon, A. Herrán, J.L. Vázquez-Barquero -- Duration of untreated Illness and duration of illness in anxiety disorders : assessment and influence on outcome / A.C. Altamura, G. Camuri, B. Dell'Osso -- Pharmacotherapy of generalized anxiety disorder / C. Allgulander, D.S. Baldwin -- Pharmacological treatment of panic disorder / B. Bandelow, D.S. Baldwin, P. Zwanzger -- Pharmacological treatment of social anxiety disorder / V.G. Masdrakis, D. Turic, D.S. Baldwin -- Pharmacotherapy of posttraumatic stress disorder / A. Koller, D.J. Stein -- Evidence-based treatment pathways for translational studies in obsessive-compulsive disorders / N.A. Fineberg, S. Pallanti, S. Reghunandanan.
  • Anxiety disorders 2008, Springer
  • Health behaviors and anxiety disorders -- Tobacco use and panic psychopathology: current status and future directions -- Alcohol use and anxiety disorders -- Illicit drug use across the anxiety disorders: prevalence, underlying mechanisms, and treatment -- The promise of exercise interventions for the anxiety disorders -- Anxiety and insomnia: theoretical relationship and future research -- Physical conditions and anxiety disorders -- Anxiety disorders and physical illness comorbidity: an overview -- The relation between puberty and adolescent anxiety: theory and evidence -- Anxiety, anxiety disorders, and the menstrual cycle -- Pain and anxiety disorders -- Asthma in anxiety and its disorders: overview and synthesis -- Cardiovascular disease and anxiety -- HIV and anxiety -- Physical illness and treatment of anxiety disorders: a review.
  • History, overview, and trends in child and adolescent psychological assessment / Robert W. Heffer, Tammy D. Barry, and Beth H. Garland -- Diagnostic classification systems / Jeremy D. Jewell, Stephen D.A. Hupp, and Andrew M. Pomerantz -- Interview and report writing / Amie E. Grills-Taquechel, Rosanna Polifroni, and Jack M. Fletcher -- Intelligence testing / R.W. Kamphaus, Cecil R. Reynolds, and Katie King Vogel -- Rating scale systems for assessing psychopathology : the Achenbach System of Empirically Based Assessment (ASEBA) and the Behavior Assessment System for Children-2 (BASC-2) / Leslie A. Rescorla -- Neuropsychological disorders of children / WM. Drew Gouvier, Audrey Baumeister, and Kola Ijaola -- Assessment of conduct problems / Nicole R. Powell ... [et al.] -- Evidence-based assessment of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) / Paula Sowerby and Gail Tripp -- Assessment of mood disorders in children and adolescents / C. Emily Durbin and Sylia Wilson -- Assessment of bipolar disorder in children / Stephanie Danner, Matthew E. Young, and Mary A. Fristad -- Academic assessment / George H. Noell, Scott P. Ardoin, and Kristin A. Gansle -- Behavioral assessment of self-injury / Timothy R. Vollmer, Kimberly N. Sloman, and Carrie S.W. Borrero -- Autism spectrum disorders and comorbid psychopathology / Jessica A. Boisjoli and Johnny L. Matson -- Assessment of eating disorder symptoms in children and adolescents / Nancy Zucker ... [et al.] -- Pain assessment / Frank Andrasik and Carla Rime -- Assessment of pediatric feeding disorders / Cathleen C. Piazza and Henry S. Roane.
  • Assessing impairment 2009, Springer
    Defining the evolving concept of impairment /Sam Goldstein and Jack A. Naglieri --Measurement of symptom severity and impairment /Lawrence J. Lewandowski, Benjamin J. Lovett, and Michael Gordon --The role of family and situational problems in understanding and reducing impairment /John W. Eagle --Relationships between adaptive behavior and impairment /Jeffrey Ditterline and Thomas Oakland --Psychometric issues in the assessment of impairment /Jack A. Naglieri --The medical model of impairment /Norma Leclair, Steven Leclair, and Christopher R. Brigham --The DSM model of impairment /Diana K. Joyce and Allison G. Dempsey --Measuring impairment in a legal context : practical considerations in the evaluation of psychiatric and learning disabilities /Benjamin J. Lovett, Michael Gordon, and Lawrence J. Lewandowski --Impairment in children /Gregory A. Fabiano and William E. Pelham Jr. --Impairment in the geriatric population /Holly Tuokko and Lesley Ritchie --Assessing occupational disability following trauma and impairment /Jasen M. Walker and Stacey A. Petersen --Conclusion /Sam Goldstein and Jack A. Naglieri.
  • Empirical research has clearly demonstrated that animal abuse in childhood is associated with family violence and violent behavior towards humans in general. Such abuse is accordingly of increasing interest within human services and the criminal justice system. This handbook will serve as an ideal resource for therapists in social work, psychology, psychiatry, and allied fields who work with children who have abused animals. It provides step-by-step guidance on how to assess, develop appropriate treatment plans for, and treat children who commit animal abuse, based on the AniCare model developed by the Animals and Society Institute. Exercises cover the identification and expression of feelings, the development of empathy, self-management skills, and working with parents. Careful consideration is also paid to the effects of witnessing animal abuse. The theoretical framework is eclectic, encompassing cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, and attachment theories. A number of illustrative case studies are included, along with excerpts from treatment sessions. Accompanying electronic supplementary material demonstrates role-played assessment and treatment and includes workshop presentations of pedagogic material.
  • Normal Sleep Stages --Normal Electroencephalography Variants in Sleep --Nonepileptiform Abnormalities --Epileptiform Abnormalities --Artifacts.
  • Atlas of schizophrenia 2002, CRCnetBASE
  • Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in adults : an overview / P.H. Wender, D.A. Tomb -- Family and twin studies in attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder / C.M. Freitag, W. Retz -- Molecular genetics of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder / W. Retz, C.M. Freitag -- Neurophysiology of adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder / C.G. Baehne, A.J. Fallgatter -- Brain imaging in adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder / M. Schneider, M. Rösler, W. Retz -- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in adults : diagnosis and prevalence / R.-D. Stieglitz -- Comorbidity in adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder / R.G. Klein, S. Mannuzza -- Adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder : functional impairment, conduct problems, and criminality / M. Rösler -- Psychotherapy in adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder / A. Philipsen ... [et al.] -- Psychopharmacological treatment of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in adults / G.-E. Trott.
  • This seventh edition includes new chapters and maintains popular features from previous editions such as self awareness prompts while adding research boxes and student worksheets at the end of each chapter.
  • The book highlights important new research using current state-of-the-art approaches by prominent researchers in the field of depression. A broad range of topics is covered, beginning with a description of the phenotypic features of clinical depression, followed by chapters on the cellular and molecular basis, functional neuroimaging correlates and information-processing accounts. Finally, existing and novel treatment approaches are covered. In this way the volume brings together the key disciplines involved in the neurobiological understanding of depression to provide an update of the field and outlook to the future. Together, the volume chapters provide focused and critical reviews that span a broad range of topics suitable for both students and established investigators interested in the present state of depression research.
  • Front Matter -- Diagnosis and Revision of the Classification Systems / Assen Jablensky -- Pathophysiology of Schizophrenia / Peter Falkai, Andrea Schmitt, Tyrone D Cannon -- Neurocognition, Social Cognition and Functional Outcome in Schizophrenia / William P Horan, Philippe-Olivier Harvey, Robert S Kern, Michael F Green -- The Genetics of Schizophrenia / James T R Walters, Michael O'Donovan, Michael J Owen, Wolfgang Gaebel -- Early Recognition and Prevention of Schizophrenia / Patrick D McGorry, Sherilyn Goldstone -- Pharmacological Treatment / Jonathan E Sherin, Stephen R Marder -- Cognitive-Behavioural Interventions / Suzanne Jolley, Philippa Garety -- Management, Rehabilitation, Stigma / Wulf R̲ssler -- Index.
  • Behavioral neurogenetics 2012, Springer
  • The life cycle -- The biological bases of behavior -- The psychological bases of behavior -- Psychopathology -- Social behavior -- The doctor-patient relationship -- Health care delivery.
  • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder / Coghill, D., Rohde, L.A., Banaschewski, T. -- Autism / Moura, P.J., Lombroso, P.J., Mercadante, M.T. -- Brain model for pediatric bipolar disorder / Pavuluri, M.N., Bogarapu, S.P. -- Neurobiology of depression in childhood and adolescence / Bark, C., Resch, F. -- The neurobiological basis of anxiety in children and adolescents / Grados, M.A. -- Obsessive-compulsive disorder in childhood / Rosário, M.C. ... [et al.] -- Neurobiological background of tic disorders / Roessner, V., Rothenberger, A. -- Schizophrenia in children and adolescents / Remschmidt, H. -- Eating disorders / Fleitlich-Bilyk, B., Lock, J. -- Conduct disorder / Popma, A., Vermeiren, R. -- Substance use disorders in adolescence / Szobot, C.M., Bukstein, O. -- Molecular genetics in child psychiatry / Stringaris, A.K., Asherson, P. -- Recent developments in neuropsychological models of childhood psychiatric disorders / Willcutt, E.G. ... [et al.] -- Electrophysiology in child psychiatric disorders / Banaschewski, T., Brandeis, D. -- Neuroimaging in child psychiatry / Durston, S.
  • Bipolar depression 2009, Springer
  • Front Matter -- Colour Plates -- Descriptive Aspects. Concept of Schizophrenia: Past, Present, and Future / Nancy C Andreasen -- The Schizophrenia Construct: Symptomatic Presentation / Celso Arango, William T Carpenter -- Child and Adolescent Schizophrenia / Chris Hollis, Judith Rapoport -- Late-Onset Schizophrenia / Robert Howard, Dilip Jeste -- The Schizophrenia Spectrum Personality Disorders / Eran Chemerinski, Larry J Siever -- The Prodrome of Schizophrenia / Jean Addington, Sh̥n W Lewis -- Course and Outcome / Wolfram an der Heiden, Heinz H̃fner -- Neurocognitive Impairments in Schizophrenia: Their Character and Role in Symptom Formation / Terry E Goldberg, Anthony David, James M Gold -- Biological Aspects. The Secondary Schizophrenias / Thomas M Hyde, Maria A Ron -- Schizophrenia: The Epidemiological Horizon / Assen Jablensky, James B Kirkbride, Peter B Jones -- Environmental Risk Factors for Schizophrenia / John J McGrath, Robin M Murray -- Classical Genetic Studies of Schizophrenia / Brien Riley, Kenneth S Kendler -- Genetic Associations in Schizophrenia / Michael C O'Donovan, Michael J Owen -- Intermediate Phenotypes in Genetic Studies of Schizophrenia / Michael F Egan, Tyrone D Cannon -- Electrophysiology of Schizophrenia / Georg Winterer, Robert W McCarley -- Structural Brain Imaging in Schizophrenia and Related Populations / Stephen M Lawrie, Christos Pantelis -- Functional Brain Imaging in Schizophrenia / Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg, Edward T Bullmore -- Neuropathology of Schizophrenia / Paul J Harrison, David A Lewis, Joel E Kleinman -- Neurodevelopmental Origins of Schizophrenia / Daniel R Weinberger, Pat Levitt -- Dopamine and Schizophrenia / Anissa Abi-Dargham, Anthony A Grace -- Contributions of Glutamate and GABA Systems to the Neurobiology and Treatment of Schizophrenia / John H Krystal, Bita Moghaddam -- Animal Models of Schizophrenia / Barbara K Lipska, Joseph A Gogos -- Physical Treatments. Pharmacology and Neuroscience of Antipsychotic Drugs / John L Waddington, Colm M P O'Tuathaigh, Gary J Remington -- Principles of Pharmacological Treatment in Schizophrenia / Thomas R E Barnes, Stephen R Marder -- Comparative Efficacy and Effectiveness in the Drug Treatment of Schizophrenia / John R Geddes, T Scott Stroup, Jeffrey A Lieberman -- Approaches to Treatment-Resistant Patients / Stephan Leucht, Christoph U Correll, John M Kane -- Neurological Complications of Antipsychotic Drugs / Peter M Haddad, Venkata S Mattay -- Metabolic Adverse Effects Associated with Antipsychotic Medications / John W Newcomer, Stefan Leucht -- Psychosocial Aspects. Schizophrenia and Psychosocial Stresses / Paul E Bebbington, Elizabeth Kuipers -- Mental Health Services for Patients with Schizophrenia / Tom Burns, Bob Drake -- Societal Outcomes in Schizophrenia / Iain Kooyman, Elizabeth Walsh -- Psychological Treatment of Psychosis / Gillian Haddock, Will Spaulding -- Economics of the Treatment of Schizophrenia / Nancy H Covell, Susan M Essock, Linda K Frisman -- Index.
  • The field of brain stimulation is expanding rapidly, with techniques such as DBS, TMS, and tDCS moving from the research community into clinical diagnosis and treatment. Clinical applications include treating disorders such as Parkinson's disease, dystonia, and even depression. The chapters of Brain Stimulation are written by leading international researchers and clinical specialists include coverage of techniques, modes of action and applications in physiology and therapeutics. The combination of research and clinical coverage will be of interest to neurologists, neurosurgeons, psychiatrists, neuroscientists, and health care workers. A comprehensive introduction and overview of deep brain stimulation (DBS)Coverage of DBS, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)Details the basic science and research utility of DBS and clinical application.
  • 1. Brain structures and consciousness -- 2. Binding problem of consciousness -- 3.Consciousness and functional connectivity -- 4. Binding problem and dissociated mind -- 5. The unconscious mind -- 6. Mind and space -- 7. The universe within.
  • Use of psychotropic drugs has come to dominate clinical practice in psychiatry worldwide--perhaps owing largely to perceived simplicity, ease of use, and apparent efficiency, as well as apparent cost-effectiveness of such treatments. Nevertheless, medicinal treatments for patients with psychiatric disorders are but one component of comprehensive clinical care of complex human problems. Extensively updated since its second edition in 1985, Chemotherapy in Psychiatry, Third Edition, again addresses basic aspects of modern psychopharmacology and clinical applications of drugs used in the treatment of major psychiatric disorders, with major emphasis on psychotic, bipolar, and depressive disorders. The presentation covers descriptions of the main classes of psychotropic drugs, selected information concerning their known action mechanisms and metabolic disposition, and their clinical applications for acute illnesses and to prevent recurrences and long-term morbidity. Also covered are limitations and adverse effects of each type of agent, with emphasis on the fact that all psychotropic medicines have adverse effects that range from annoying to potentially lethal. Chemotherapy in Psychiatry, Third Edition, outlines the need to balance benefits and risks at the level of individual persons. Authoritative, and an important contribution to the literature, Chemotherapy in Psychiatry, Third Edition is an invaluable resource for physicians, scientists, trainees, and policymakers.
  • Preface --Section 1: General principles of development and the psychiatric evaluation of children and adolescents --ch. 1.Overview of development --ch. 2. Thepsychiatric evaluation --Section 2 : Axis 1 disorders usually first diagnosed in infancy, childhood, or adolescence --Part A : Developmental disorders --ch. 3.Mental retardation --ch. 4.Learning disorders --ch. 5.Pervasive developmental disorders : the autism spectrum disorders --Part B : Disruptive behavior disorders --ch. 6.Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder --ch. 7.Conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder --Part C : Other disorders of infancy, childhood, or adolescence --ch. 8.Separation anxiety disorder --ch. 9.Selective mutism --Part D : Tic disorders --ch. 10.Tourette and other tic disorders --Part E : Elimination disorders --ch. 11.Elimination disorders : functional encopresis and functional enuresis --Part F : Feeding and eating disorders of infancy or early childhood --ch. 12.Feeding and eating disorders of infancy or early childhood : Pica, Rumination disorder, feeding disorder of infancy or early childhood --Section 3 : General psychiatric disorders that may begin in childhood or adolescence --ch. 13.Depressive disorders : major depression, dysthymia, depression NOS --ch. 14.Juvenile onset bipolar disorder --ch. 15.Anxiety disorders : generalized anxiety, phobias and obsessive-compulsive disorder --ch. 16.Early onset schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders --ch. 17.Eating disorders : anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa --ch. 18.Substance use disorders --ch. 19.Trauma-related disorders --ch. 20.Adjustment disorders --Section 4 : Special clinical circumstances --ch. 21.Psychiatric emergencies in child an adolescent psychiatry --ch. 22.Child neglect and abuse --Section 5 : Treatment --ch. 23.Principles of treatment planning --ch. 24.Psychopharmacology --ch. 25.Psychosocial interventions --ch. 26.Psychoeducational interventions --ch. 27.Consultations to systems of care --Appendices --1a.Essentials of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Evaluation/Report --1b.Psychiatric review of symptoms --1c.Medication appointment record --1d.Abnormal involuntary movement scale (AIMS) --1e. TheSimpson-Angus Scale (SAS) --2a.Rating scales --2b.Commonly used tests : assessment of children and youth --3a.DSM-IV-TR mnemonics --4.Resources for parents --Suggested readings.
  • During the past decade, significant advances have been made in the field of neurodevelopmental disorders, resulting in a considerable impact on conceptualization, diagnostics, and practice. The second edition of Child Neuropsychology: Assessment and Interventions for Neurodevelopmental Disorders brings readers up to speed clearly and authoritatively, offering the latest information on neuroimaging technologies, individual disorders, and effective treatment of children and adolescents. Starting with the basics of clinical child neuropsychology and functional anatomy, the authors present a transactional framework for assessment, diagnosis, and intervention. The book carefully links structure and function - and behavioral and biological science - for a more nuanced understanding of brain development and of pathologies as varied as pervasive developmental disorders, learning disabilities, neuromotor dysfunction, seizure disorders, and childhood cancers. This volume features a range of salient features valuable to students as well as novice and seasoned practitioners alike, including: overview chapters that discuss the effects of biogenic and environmental factors on neurological functioning; new emphasis on multicultural/cross-cultural aspects of neuropsychology and assessment; brand new chapters on interpretation, neuropsychological assessment process, and report writing; an integrative model of neurological, neuroradiological, and psychological assessment and diagnosis; balanced coverage of behavioral, pharmacological, and educational approaches to treatment; case studies illustrating typical and distinctive presentations and successful diagnosis, treatment planning, and intervention; and important practice updates, including the new HIPAA regulations. Child Neuropsychology, 2nd Edition, is vital reading for school, clinical child, and counseling psychologists as well as neuropsychologists.
  • Patients with chronic pain understandably seek relief from their distress and discomfort, but many medications that alleviate pain are potentially addictive, and most chronic pain conditions only have a temporary response to opiate analgesic drugs. This volume reviews the fundamental topics that underlie the complex relationships of this controversial domain. The authors review behavioral models and practical methods for understanding and treating chronic pain and addiction including methods to formulate patients with complex comorbidity and screen patients with chronic pain for addictive liability. Finally, the authors describe the current findings from clinical and basic science that illuminate the role of opiates, cannabinoids and ketamine in the treatment of chronic pain. Up to date and comprehensive, this book is relevant to all professionals engaged in the care of patients with chronic pain or addiction and all others interested in these contemporary issues, particularly non-clinicians seeking clarity in the controversy over the best approach to patients with chronic pain.
  • Classifying madness 2005, Springer
  • This concise practical guide has been designed to facilitate the clinical decision-making process in the management of psychocutaneous disease by reviewing a variety of cases and defining the various diagnostic and management decisions open to practitioners. Clinical cases are a key component in modern medical education, assisting the trainee or recertifying practitioner to work through unusual cases using best practice techniques. Each case within includes a narrative description and patient management tips. Clinical Cases in Psychocutaneous Disease is the first text dedicated to cases and written by experts in the topic who treat patients with psychocutaneous problems. It will be an essential reference for those in dermatology training programs and experienced practitioners seeking a practical case-based guide.
  • "Conduct problems, particularly oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) and conduct disorder (CD), are the most common mental health problems affecting children and adolescents. The consequences to individuals, families, and schools may be severe and long-lasting. To ameliorate negative outcomes and ensure the most effective treatment for aggressive and antisocial youth, early diagnosis and evidence-based interventions are essential. Clinical Handbook of Assessing and Treating Conduct Problems in Youth provides readers with both a solid grounding in theory and a comprehensive examination of the evidence-based assessment strategies and therapeutic practices that can be used to treat a highly diverse population with a wide range of conduct problems. It provides professional readers with an array of evidence-based interventions, both universal and targeted, that can be implemented to improve behavioral and social outcomes in children and adolescents. This expertly written resource: Lays the foundation for understanding conduct problems in youth, including epidemiology, etiology, and biological, familial, and contextual risk factors.Details the assessment process, with in-depth attention to tools, strategies, and differential diagnosis.Reviews nine major treatment protocols, including Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), multisystemic therapy (MST) for adolescents, school-based group approaches, residential treatment, and pharmacotherapy.Critiques the current generation of prevention programs for at-risk youth.Explores salient issues in working effectively with minority youth.Offers methods for evaluating intervention programs, starting with cost analysis.This volume serves as a one-stop reference for all professionals who seek a solid grounding in theory as well as those who need access to evidence-based assessment and therapies for conduct problems. It is a must-have volume for anyone working with at-risk children, including clinical child, school, and developmental psychologists; forensic psychologists; social workers; school counselors and allied professionals; and medical and psychiatric practitioners."--Book description (Amazon.com)
  • Clinical neuroanatomy 2008, Springer
  • Contributors -- Preface -- General issues -- Overview of behavioral assessment with adults / William O'Donohue, Kendra K. Beitz, Michelle Byrd -- Psychometric considerations / Stephen N. Haynes -- Analogue and virtual reality assessment / Johan Rosqvist, Alecia Sundsmo, Chelsea MacLane, Kirsten Cullen, Darcy Clothier Norling, Mandy Davies, Danielle Maack -- Behavioral interviewing / Steven L. Sayers, Thomas J. Tomcho -- Activity measurement / Warren W. Tryon -- Structured and semi-structured interviews / Daniel L. Segal, Frederick L. Coolidge, Alisa O'Riley, Benjamin A. Heinz -- Self assessment / Sandra F. Sigmon, Stephanie M. LaMattina -- Psychophysiological assessment / Kevin T. Larkin -- Evaluation of specific disorders -- And problems -- Anxiety and fear / F. Dudley McGlynn, Todd A. Smitherman, Amanda M. M. Mulfinger -- Depression / Paula Truax, Aaron Tritch, Barb Carver -- Social skills deficit / Nina Heinrichs, Alexander L. Gerlach, Stefan G. Hofmann -- Eating disorders / Tiffany Stewart, Donald A. Williamson -- Alcohol and drug abuse / Peter M. Miller -- Marital dysfunction / Gary R. Birchler, William Fals-Stewart -- Sexual deviation / Nathanial McConaghy -- Psychotic behavior / Nirbhay N. Singh, Mohamed Sabaawi -- Aggressive behavior / Jennifer Langhinrichesen-Rohling, Matthew T. Huss, Martin L. Rohling -- Sleep dysfunction / Shawn Currie -- Borderline personality disorders / Wendi L. Adams, Tracy Jendritza, Soonie Kim -- Special issues -- Technology integration and behavioral assessment / David C. S. Richard, Andrew Gloster -- Evaluating older adults / Barry A. Edelstein. Erin Woodhead, Emily Bower, Angela Sweeney -- Behavioral neuropsychology / Michael D. Franzen -- Ethical-legal issues / William J. Fremouw, Jill Johansson-Love, Elizabeth Tyner, Julia Strunk -- Behavioral assessment of work-related issues / Derek R. Hopko, Sandra D. Hopko, C. W. Lejuez -- Assessment of value change in adults with acquired disabilities / Elias Mpofu, Thomas Oakland -- Index.
  • General issues -- Overview of behavioral assessment with children / David Reitman -- Developmental considerations / Susan Tinsley-Li, Sandra Rogers -- Psychometric considerations / Daniel M. Bagner, Michelle Harwood, Sheila M. Eyberg -- Analogue and virtual reality assessment / Sari D. Gold, Brian P. Marx -- Behavioral interviewing of parents / William G. Sharp, Cara B. Reeves, Alan M. Gross -- Activity measurement / Mark D. Rapport, Michael J. Kofler, Carmen Himmerich -- Structured and semistructured interviews / Helen Orvaschel -- Child self-regulation / Martin Agran, Michael L. Wehmeyer -- Psychophysiological assessment / Frank H. Wilhelm, Silvia Schneider, Bruce H. Friedman -- Peer sociometric evaluation / Elias Mpofu, JoLynn Carney, Michael C. Lambert -- Evaluation of specific disorders and problems -- Anxiety and fear / Janet Woodruff-Borden, Ovsanna T. Leyfer -- Depression / William M. Reynolds -- Social skill deficits / Megan M. McClelland, Cori Scalzo -- Alcohol and drug abuse / Brad C. Donohue, Jennifer Karmely, Marilyn J. Strada -- Peer relationship problems / Linda A. LeBlanc, Rachael A. Sautter, Dawn J. Dore -- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder / Mark D. Rapport, Thomas M. Timko, Jr., Rachel Wolfe -- Eating disorders / Michelle Heffner Macera, J. Scott Mizes -- Mental retardation / V. Mark Durand, Kristin V. Christodulu -- Conduct disorders / Kurt A. Freeman, Jennifer M. Hogansen -- Pervasive development disorders / Laura Schreibman, Aubyn C. Stahmer, Natacha Akshoomoff -- Habit disorders / Michael B. Himle ... [et al.] -- Special issues -- Child abuse assessment / Deborah Wise -- Classroom assessment / Janine P. Stichter, Timothy J. Lewis -- Pediatric behavioral neuropsychology / Eileen B. Fennell -- Academic skills problems / Edward S. Shapiro, Milena A. Keller -- Ethical and legal issues / Catherine Miller.
  • Clinicians' guide to adult ADHD 2002, ScienceDirect
    ch. 1. Anoverview of childhood and adolescent ADHD : understanding the complexities of development into the adult years /Anne Teeter Ellison --ch. 2.Continuity of ADHD in adulthood : hypothesis and theory meet reality /Sam Goldstein --ch. 3.Research on comorbidity, adaptive functioning, and cognitive impairments in adults with ADHD : implications for a clinical practice /Russell BarkleyandMichael Gordon --ch. 4. Theassessment process : conditions and comorbidities /Diane E. JohnsonandC. Keith Conners --ch. 5.Clinical case studies /Kevin Murphy --ch. 6. Theclinician's role in the treatment of ADHD /Kathleen G. Nadeau --ch. 7.Changing the mindset of adults with ADHD : strategies for fostering hope, optimism, and resilience /Robert B. Brooks --8. Amodel of psychotherapy for adults with ADHD /Susan Young --ch. 9.Pharmacotherapy of adult ADHD /Jeffrey B. PrinceandTimothy E. Wilens --ch. 10.Career impact : finding the key to issues facing adults with ADHD /Rob CrawfordandVeronica Crawford --ch. 11.What clinicians need to know about legal issues relative to ADHD /Peter S. LathamandPatricia H. Latham --ch. 12.Making marriages work for individuals with ADHD /Patrick Kilcarr --ch. 13.Families and ADHD /Thomas W. Phelan --ch. 14.Life coaching for adult ADHD /Nancy Ratey --ch. 15.Lifestyle issues /Arthur L. Robin.
  • What Is Community-Based Participatory Research? --Background Preparation for the CBPR Process --Beginning Partnerships with Communities --Finding Common Ground Within the Partnership --Sustaining the Partnership --Evaluating the Partnership and Enhancing Future Successes.
  • Part I. Psychiatric Relevance and Implications of AIDS Psychiatry -- History of AIDS Psychiatry: A Biopsychosocial Approach-Paradigm and Paradox -- HIV/AIDS at 25: History, Epidemiology, Clinical Manifestations, and Treatment -- Psychoneuroimmunology and HIV -- Epidemiology of Psychiatric Disorders Associated with HIV and AIDS -- Sociocultural Factors Influencing the Transmission of HIV/AIDS in the United States: AIDS and the Nation's Prisons -- Part II. Comprehensive AIDS Psychiatric Assessment -- A Biopsychosocial Approach to Psychiatric Consultation in Persons with HIV and AIDS -- Neuropsychological Evaluation -- Part III. Psychiatric Disorders and HIV Infection -- Substance Use Disorders - The Special Role in HIV Transmission -- Mood Disorders -- HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorders -- Anxiety Disorders -- Psychotic Disorders and Severe Mental Illness -- The Role of Personality in HIV Risk Behaviors: Implications for Treatment -- Part IV. Unique Psychiatric Manifestations of HIV Infection -- Distress in Persons with HIV and AIDS -- Insomnia and HIV: A Biopsychosocial Approach -- Fatigue and HIV -- Unique Manifestations of HIV-Associated Dementia -- Suicide -- Part V. Neuropathologic Manifestations of HIV Infection -- HIV and the Central Nervous System -- Neurological Complications of HIV in the Spinal Cord and Peripheral Nervous System --Part VI. Risk Behaviors, HIV Transmission, and Adherence -- The Role of Psychiatric Disorders in HIV Transmission and Prevention -- Psychiatric Aspects of Adherence to Medical Care and Treatment for HIV/AIDS -- Homelessness and HIV Risk and Prevention -- Part VII. AIDS Psychiatry through the Life Cycle -- Childhood and Adolescence -- Young Adulthood and Serodiscordant Couples -- Older Age and HIV Infection -- Part VIII. AIDS Psychiatric Treatment and Psychotherapeutic Modalities -- Psychiatric Interventions -- Social Service Interventions -- Nursing Support -- Palliative and Spiritual Care of Persons with HIV and AIDS -- Special Settings: Psychiatric Facilities, Nursing Homes, Correctional Facilities, and Homeless Outreach -- Psychopharmacologic Treatment Issues in AIDS Psychiatry -- Part IX. AIDS Psychiatry and Comorbid Medical Conditions -- Hepatitis C and HIV Coinfection -- HIV-Associated Nephropathy, End-Stage Renal Disease, Dialysis, and Kidney Transplant -- Endocrine Comorbidities in Persons with HIV -- Lipodystrophy, Metabolic Disorders, and Cardiovascular Disorders in Persons with HIV -- Overview of HIV-Associated Comorbidities -- Part X. Ethical and Health Policy Aspects of AIDS Psychiatry -- Burnout, Occupational Hazards, and Health Care Workers with HIV -- End-of-Life Issues -- Ethical Issues, Advance Directives, and Surrogate Decision-Making -- Health Services and Policy Issues in AIDS Psychiatry.
  • Schizophrenia genes: searching for common features, functions, and mechanisms -- Towards a molecular classification of illness: effects of schizophrenia susceptibility loci on clinical symptoms and cognitive function -- Homer: a genetic factor in schizophrenia? -- Neuroregulin-erbB signaling and the pathogenesis of schizophrenia -- Nicotinic cholinergic cortical dysfunction in schizophrenia -- Role for glutamate receptors, transporters, and interacting proteins in cortical dysfunction in schizophrenia -- Cortical circuit dysfunction in the NMDA receptor hypofunction model for the psychosis of schizophrenia -- Alterations in hippocampal function in schizophrenia: its genetic associations and systems implications -- Identifying novel target genes in psychotic disorder network association analyses -- Alterations in cortical GABA neurotransmission in schizophrenia: causes and consequences -- Increased cortical excitability as a critical element in schizophrenia pathophysiology.
  • Counseling problem gamblers 2002, ScienceDirect
  • Cultural psychiatry 2013, Karger
    "Cultural Psychiatry with emphasis on its impact on etio-pathogenesis, diagnosis, clinical practice, preventive and research activities are topics discussed in this publication which give readers a general conceptual perspective of this field. Cultural aspects of psychiatric diagnosis in DSM-5 in particular and the current status of Cultural Psychiatry in European countries are discussed. Of unique importance to the field of psychosomatics are the reviews on so-called culture-bound syndromes and somatization and culture. Ethnopsychopharmacology, pharmacogenomics, current and future research perspectives in Cultural Psychiatry and bioethical dimensions of cultural psychosomatics are also reviewed. The volume closes with an epilogue and conclusions resulting from the examined topics. Psychiatrists, psychologists, social scientists and other mental health professionals involved in clinical practice and research groups as well as trainees and students will find that this publication provides a cogent perspective of current practice and research issues about a field that has enormous clinical relevance and which, until recently, has been systematically neglected"--Back cover.
  • Current antipsychotics 2012, Springer
    "Six decades after the serendipitous discovery of chlorpromazine as an antipsychotic and four decades after the launch of clozapine, the first atypical or second generation antipsychotic, psychopharmacology has arrived at an important crossroad. It is clear that pharmacological research and pharmaceutical development must now focus on complementary or even alternative mechanisms of action to address unmet medical needs, i.e. poorly treated domains of schizophrenia, improved acceptance by patients, better adherence to medication, safety in psychoses in demented patients, and avoiding cardiac and metabolic adverse effects. The first completely novel mechanisms evolving from our insights into the pathophysiology of psychotic disorders, especially the role of glutamatergic mechanisms in schizophrenia, are now under development, and further principles are on the horizon. This situation, in many respects similar to that when the initial second-generation antipsychotics became available, can be rewarding for all. Preclinical and clinical researchers now have the opportunity to confirm their hypotheses and the pharmaceutical industry may be able to develop really novel classes of therapeutics...Our intention was to capture both the accumulated preclinical and clinical knowledge about current antipsychotics as well as prospects for new and potentially more specific antischizophrenia principles. These efforts should be based on the pathophysiology of the diseases and the affected neurotransmitter systems. Since preclinical research on antipsychotic compounds is only reliable when intimately linked through translational aspects to clinical results, we decided to include clinical science as well. It turned out that that this endeavor could not be covered by a single volume. We [prepared] two volumes: Current Antipsychotics and Novel Antischizophrenia Treatments. These topics cannot really be separated from one another and should be seen as a composite entity despite the somewhat arbitrary separation of contributions into two volumes. The continuing challenges of developing improved and safer antipsychotic medications remain of concern and are discussed in the first volume. The new opportunities for the field to develop and license adjunctive treatments for the negative symptoms and cognitive deficits that are treated inadequately by existing compounds have been incentivized recently and provide the focus for the second volume."--Publisher's description.
  • Clinical decision making in psychiatry / Barry Nurcombe -- Psychiatric epidemiology / Dan G. Blazer -- Psychiatric genetics / John I. Nurnberger, Jr. & Wade Berrettini -- The psychiatric interview / Barry Nurcombe & Michael H. Ebert -- Diagnostic encounter for children and adolescents / Barry Nurcombe -- Psychological and neuropsychological assessment / James S. Walker, Howard B. Roback, & Larry Welch -- Diagnostic evaluation for children and adolescents / Barry Nurcombe & Michael G. Tramontana -- Developmental psychology / Kenneth A. Dodge -- Psychopharmacologic interventions / Richard C. Shelton -- Behavioral and cognitive-behavioral interventions / Travis Thompson & Steven D. Hollon -- Psychodynamic and social interventions / James I. Nash & James W. Lomax -- Diagnostic formulation, treatment planning, and modes of treatment in children and adolescents / Barry Nurcombe -- Preventive psychiatry / Barry Nurcombe -- Delirium, dementia, and amnestic syndromes / Joseph A. Kwentus & Howard Kirshner -- Substance-related disorders / Richard C. Shelton -- Schizophrenia / Herbert Y. Meltzer ... [et al.] -- Other psychotic disorders / Richard C. Shelton -- Mood disorders / Peter T. Loosen & Richard C. Shelton -- Anxiety disorders / Richard C. Shelton -- Posttraumatic stress disorder and acute stress disorder / Douglas C. Johnson, John H. Krystal, & Steven M. Southwick -- Obsessive-compulsive disorder / William A. Hewlett -- Somatoform disorders / Charles V. Ford -- Factitious disorders and malingering / Charles V. Ford -- Dissociative disorders / Barry Nurcombe -- Sexual dysfunction and paraphilias / Richard Balon & R. Taylor Segraves -- Eating disorders / Harry E. Gwirtsman, James E. Mitchell, & Michael H. Ebert -- Sleep disorders / Camellia P. Clark, Polly J. Moore, & J. Christian Gillin -- Impulse-control disorders / John W. Thompson, Jr. & Daniel K. Winstead -- Adjustment disorders / Ronald M. Salomon & Lucy Salomon -- Personality disorders / David Janowsky -- Intellectual disability / Ludwik S. Szymanski, Sandra L. Friedman, & Elizabeth L. Leonard -- Learning disorders / Michael G. Tramontana -- Motor skills disorder and communication disorders / Michael G. Tramontana & Barry Nurcombe -- Autism and pervasive developmental disorders / Fred R. Volkmar -- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder / Thomas Spencer -- Oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder / Barry Nurcombe -- Substance-related disorders in adolescents / Yifrah Kaminer & Deborah R. Simkin -- Depressive disorders in children and adolescents / David A. Brent & Lisa Pan -- Pediatric bipolar disorder / David A. Brent & Raymond J. Pan -- Suicidal behavior in children and adolescents / Robert A. King -- Anxiety disorders in children and adolescents / Barry Nurcombe -- Child maltreatment / William Bernet -- Posttraumatic stress disorder in children and adolescents following a single-event trauma / Brett McDermott -- Tourette disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder in children and adolescents / Michael H. Bloch & James F. Leckman -- Developmental disorders of attachment, feeding, elimination, and sleeping / Barry Nurcombe -- Gender identity disorder / William Bernet -- Psychological reactions to acute and chronic systemic illness in pediatric patients / Barry Nurcombe -- Emergency psychiatry / Michael J. Sernyak, Jr. & Robert M. Rohrbaugh -- Consultation-liaison psychiatry / Catherine Chiles & Thomas N. Wise -- Forensic psychiatry / William Bernet.
  • Introduction --Current Topics --Organization of Care and Treatment --Quick Reference.
  • Deep brain stimulation 2012, Springer
    Basic Principles of Deep Brain Stimulation /F. L. H. Gielen and G. C. Molnar --Neural Circuits Affected by Deep Brain Stimulation for the Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders /Suzanne N. Haber and Benjamin D. Greenberg --Mechanisms of Action of Deep Brain Stimulation for the Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders /J. Luis Lujan and Cameron C. McIntyre --Deep Brain Stimulation in the Ventral Capsule/Ventral Striatum for the Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Role of the Bed Nucleus of the Stria Terminalis /Loes Gabriëls and Bart Nuttin --Deep Brain Stimulation in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Targeted at the Nucleus Accumbens /Pelle P. de Koning, Pepijn van den Munckhof, Martijn Figee, Rick Schuurman and Damiaan Denys --What is the Role of the Subthalamic Nucleus in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder? Elements and Insights from Deep Brain Stimulation Studies /William I. A. Haynes and Luc Mallet --Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders in Animals /Christine Winter --Subcallosal Cingulate Cortex Deep Brain Stimulation for the Treatment of Refractory Mood Disorders: Evidence and Challenges /Peter Giacobbe, Nir Lipsman and Andres M. Lozano --Deep Brain Stimulation of the Human Reward System as a Putative Treatment for Refractory Major Depression /T. E. Schlaepfer, V. A. Coenen and B. H. Bewernick --Depression in Humans: The Ventral Capsule/Ventral Striatum /Mayur Pandya, Andre Machado and Donald Malone --Deep Brain Stimulation in Animal Models of Depression /Brian W. Scott, José N. Nobrega and Clement Hamani --Deep Brain Stimulation in Tourette Syndrome /L. Ackermans, I. Neuner, J. Kuhn and V. Visser-Vandewalle --Surgical Treatments for Drug Addictions in Humans /Bomin Sun and Wei Liu --Manipulating Addictive Behaviour in Animal Models /Rolinka M. C. Schippers, Tommy Pattij and Taco J. De Vries --Neuropsychiatric Side Effects of Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinson's Disease /Christine Daniels and Jens Volkmann --Psychiatric Aspects of Parkinson's Disease in Animal Models of Deep Brain Stimulation of the Subthalamic Nucleus /S. K. H. Tan, H. Hartung, V. Visser-Vandewalle, T. Sharp and Y. Temel --Scientific Recordings in Deep Brain Stimulation /Michael X. Cohen --Neurotransmitter Release During Deep Brain Stimulation /Osama A. Abulseoud, Emily J. Knight and Kendall H. Lee --The Potential Role of Nonneuronal Cells in the Deep Brain Stimulation Mechanism: What Are Glia? What Are Their Functions? Could They Be Players in Deep Brain Stimulation? /Vinata Vedam-Mai, Michael S. Okun and Elly M. Hol --Animal Studies in Deep Brain Stimulation Research /Matthijs G. P. Feenstra and Damiaan Denys --Neuroimaging Deep Brain Stimulation in Psychiatric Disorders /Martijn Figee, Pepijn van den Munckhof, Rick Schuurman and Damiaan Denys --Optogenetic Strategies for the Treatment of Neuropsychiatric Disorders: Circuit-Function Analysis and Clinical Implications /Daniel L. Albaugh and Garret D. Stuber --Next-Generation Electrodes for Steering Brain Stimulation /H. C. F. Martens, M. M. J. Decré and E. Toader --Future Applications: Nanotechniques /Russell J. Andrews, Jessica E. Koehne and Meyya Meyyappan --Ethical Guidance for the Use of Deep Brain Stimulation in Psychiatric Trials and Emerging Uses: Review and Reflections /Emily Bell and Eric Racine --History of "Psychiatric" Deep Brain Stimulation: A Critical Appraisal /Marwan I. Hariz.
  • This concise, pragmatic, pocket-sized book addresses neurological contributions to the diagnosis and management of dementia through a longitudinal examination of the work undertaken in a dedicated neurological dementia clinic. It covers the use of cognitive and non-cognitive screening instruments and their diagnostic utility and the use of other diagnostic investigations: neuroimaging, neurophysiology and neuropathology. The diagnostic mix is discussed in terms of both neuropsychological syndromes and neurological diagnoses, as is the use of conventional treatments for dementia and the impact of national directives (e.g. NICE, National Dementia Strategy) on day-to-day clinical practice. Dementia in Clinical Practice: A Neurological Perspective, Second Edition is an illustrated, practical resource for medical professionals involved in the assessment and management of dementia patients. It is of particular benefit to neurologists, psychiatrists, geriatricians, primary care practitioners and those working in the fields of neuropsychology, psychology, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy and nursing.
  • Depression in Latinos 2008, Springer
    Depression ranks as a leading mental health problem among Hispanic immigrants and their US-born children. And a wide array of issues - starting with the widespread stereotype of the "illegal immigrant" - makes the Latino experience of this condition differ from that of any other group. Depression in Latinos consolidates the conceptual, diagnostic, and clinical knowledge base on this salient topic, providing coverage from prevalence to prevention, from efficient screening to effective interventions. In this concise yet comprehensive volume, leading clinicians, researchers, and academics offer extensive research and clinical findings, literature reviews (e.g., an in-depth chapter on the Mexican American Prevalence and Services Survey), and insights gathered from first-hand experience in clinical practice. Perceptive information is offered on the most urgent and complex issues on depression in this diverse and dynamic population, including: (1) the impact language, culture, and societal factors have on depression and its diagnosis; (2) the most relevant assessment instruments; (3) how depression manifests among Latino children, youth, and seniors as well as in Latinas; (4) the relationship between depression and substance abuse; (5) the most effective evidence-based treatment methods; and (6) the efficacy of interventions for depression at the community level.
  • Section 1. DSM-5 basics. Introduction -- Use of the manual -- Cautionary statement for forensic use of DSM-5 -- Section 2. Diagnostic criteria and codes. Neurodevelopmental disorders -- Schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders -- Bipolar and related disorders -- Depressive disorders -- Anxiety disorders -- Obsessive-compulsive and related disorders -- Dissociative disorders -- Somatic symptom and related disorders -- Feeding and eating disorders -- Elimination disorders -- Sleep-wake disorders -- Sexual dysfunctions -- Gender dysphoria -- Disruptive, impulse-control, and conduct disorders -- Substance-related and addictive disorders -- Neurocognitive disorders -- Personality disorders -- Paraphilic disorders -- Other mental disorders -- Medication-induced movement disorders and other adverse effect of medication -- Other conditions that may be a focus of clinical attention -- Section 3. Emerging measures and models. Assessment measures -- Cultural formulation -- Alternative DSM-5 Model for Personality Disorders -- Conditions for further study -- Appendix. Highlights of changes from DSM-IV to DSM-5 -- Glossary of technical terms -- Alphabetic listing of DSM-5 diagnoses and codes (ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM) -- Numerical listing of DSM-5 diagnoses and codes (ICD-9-CM) -- Numerical listing of DSM-5 diagnoses and codes (ICD-10-CM) -- DSM-5 advisors and other contributors.
  • Basic issues in interviewing and the interview process /Daniel L. Segal, Andrea June, and Meghan A. Marty --Interviewing strategies. rapport, and empathy /Catherine Miller --Presenting problem, history of presenting problem, and social history /Philinda Smith Hutchings and Thomas B. Virden --Mental status examination /Michael Daniel and Jessica Gurczynski --Dealing with defense and defensiveness in interviews /Steven N. Gold and Yenys Castillo --Consideration of neuropsychological factors in interviewing /Brian Yochim --Anxiety disorders /Rose C. Smith ... [et al.] --Mood disorders /Leilani Feliciano and Amber M. Gum --Schizophrenia /Wendy N. Tenhula and Jason Peer --Personality disorders /Brian P. O'Connor and Edouard S. St. Pierre --Alcohol problems /David C. Hodgins, Katherine Diskin, and Jonathan N. Stea --Drug abuse /Jessica F. Magidson, Marina A. Bornovalova, and Stacey B. Daughters --Sexual dysfunctions and deviations /Caroline F. Pukall, Marta Meana, and Yolanda Fernandez --Eating disorders /Risa J. Stein, Ryan D. Field, and John P. Foreyt --Psychophysiological disorders /Ivan R. Molton and Katherine A. Raichle --Posttraumatic stress disorder /Erin Smith and Sheila A.M. Rauch --Marital dyads /William Fals-Stewart, Wendy K.K. Lam, and Michelle L. Kelley --Children /Mary Ashton Phillips and Alan M. Gross --Sexually and physically abused children /Grace S. Hubel, Mary Fran Flood, and David J. Hansen --Older adults /Christine Gould, Barry A. Edelstein, and Caroline Ciliberti --Interviewing inheathh psychology and medical settings /Jay M. Behel and Bruce Rybarczyk.
  • I. Dopamine -- Dopamine Receptors / Kim A. Neve -- Dopamine Receptor Alternative Splicing / Neil M. Richtand, Laurel M. Pritchard and Lique M. Coolen -- II. Glutamate -- Glutamatergic Pathways : Their Relevance for Psychiatric Diseases / Yoland Smith -- Glutamate Receptors : Ionotropic / Daniel T. Monaghan, Julia C. A. More, Bihua Feng and David E. Jane -- Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors / Krystyna Ossowska -- III. Schizophrenia -- Dopamine and Schizophrenia / Bart A. Ellenbroek -- Glutamate and Schizophrenia and the N-Methyl-d-Aspartate Receptor Hypofunction Hypothesis / Stefan Bleich and Johannes Kornhuber -- Role of Glycine in Schizophrenia / Beate D. Kretschmer -- IV. Depression -- Dopamine and Depression / Phil Skolnick -- Glutamate and Depression / Joaquín Del Río and Diana Frechilla -- V. Stress and Aggression -- Dopamine, Glutamate, and Aggression / Klaus A. Miczek and Eric W. Fish -- VI. Anxiety -- Glutamatergic Systems and Anxiety / David N. Stephens -- VII. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder -- Dopamine and Glutamate in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder / James M. Swanson, Nora D. Volkow, Jeffrey Newcorn, B. J. Casey and Robert Moyzis, et al. -- VIII. Addiction -- Dopamine-Glutamate Interactions in Reward-Related Incentive Learning / Richard J. Beninger and Todor V. Gerdjikov -- Sensitization and Relapse : Dopamine-Glutamate Interactions / David A. Baker and Peter W. Kalivas -- Glutamatergic Neurotransmission in Sensitization / Thomas M. Tzschentke -- Glutamatergic Mechanisms of Drug Relapse : Withdrawal and Conditioning Factors / Anton Y. Bespalov and Robert L. Balster -- IX. Neurodegeneration -- Dopamine and Neurodegeneration / Gabriele Gille and Peter Riederer -- Glutamate and Neurodegeneration / Antonello Novelli, Marcos Pérez-Basterrechea and Maria Teresa Fernández-Sánchez -- X. Parkinson's Disease -- Presymptomatic and Symptomatic Stages of Intracerebral Inclusion Body Pathology in Idiopathic Parkinson's Disease / Heiko Braak and Kelly Del Tredici -- Dopamine and Glutamate in Parkinson's Disease : Biochemistry, Clinical Aspects, and Treatment / Heinz Reichmann, Bernd Janetzky and Peter Riederer -- Dopamine and Glutamate in Motor and Cognitive Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease / Werner J. Schmidt -- XI. Huntington's Disease -- Dopamine and Glutamate in Huntington's Disease / Carlos Cepeda, Marjorie A. Ariano and Michael S. Levine -- XII. Dementias -- Dopaminergic and Glutamatergic Systems in Alzheimer's Disease / Paul T. Francis.
  • DSM cases 2005, PsychiatryOnline
  • Neurodevelopmental disorders -- Schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders -- Bipolar and related disorders -- Depressive disorders -- Anxiety disorders -- Obsessive-compulsive and related disorders -- Trauma- and stressor-related disorders -- Dissociative disorders -- Somatic symptom and related disorders -- Feeding and eating disorders -- Elimination disorders -- Sleep-wake disorders -- Sexual dysfunctions -- Gender dysphoria -- Disruptive, impulse-control, and conduct disorders -- Substance-related and addictive disorders -- Neurocognitive disorders -- Personality disorders -- Paraphilic disorders.
  • Part I. Differential diagnosis step by step -- Part II. Differential diagnosis by the trees -- Part III. Differential diagnosis by the tables -- Neurodevelopmental disorders -- Schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders -- Bipolar and related disorders -- Depressive disorders -- Anxiety disorders -- Obsessive-compulsive and related disorders -- Trauma- and Stressor-related disorders -- Dissociative disorders -- Somatic symptom and related disorders -- Feeding and eating disorders -- Sleep-wake disorders -- Sexual dysfunctions -- Gender dysphoria -- Disruptive, impulse-control, and conduct disorders -- Substance-related and addictive disorders -- Neurocognitive disorders -- Personality disorders -- Paraphilic disorders.
  • DSM-IV-TR 2000, PsychiatryOnline
  • DSM-V 2013, PsychiatryOnline
    Section 1. DSM-5 basics. Introduction -- Use of the manual -- Cautionary statement for forensic use of DSM-5 -- Section 2. Diagnostic criteria and codes. Neurodevelopmental disorders -- Schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders -- Bipolar and related disorders -- Depressive disorders -- Anxiety disorders -- Obsessive-compulsive and related disorders -- Dissociative disorders -- Somatic symptom and related disorders -- Feeding and eating disorders -- Elimination disorders -- Sleep-wake disorders -- Sexual dysfunctions -- Gender dysphoria -- Disruptive, impulse-control, and conduct disorders -- Substance-related and addictive disorders -- Neurocognitive disorders -- Personality disorders -- Paraphilic disorders -- Other mental disorders -- Medication-induced movement disorders and other adverse effect of medication -- Other conditions that may be a focus of clinical attention -- Section 3. Emerging measures and models. Assessment measures -- Cultural formulation -- Alternative DSM-5 Model for Personality Disorders -- Conditions for further study -- Appendix. Highlights of changes from DSM-IV to DSM-5 -- Glossary of technical terms -- Alphabetic listing of DSM-5 diagnoses and codes (ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM) -- Numerical listing of DSM-5 diagnoses and codes (ICD-9-CM) -- Numerical listing of DSM-5 diagnoses and codes (ICD-10-CM) -- DSM-5 advisors and other contributors.
  • Assessing infants and toddlers -- Assessing the preschool-age child -- Assessing the elementary school-age child -- Assessing adolescents -- Classification of psychiatric disorders -- The process of assessment and diagnosis -- Diagnostic interviews -- Rating scales -- Pediatric evaluation and laboratory testing -- Neurological examination, electroencephalography, and neuroimaging -- Psychological and neuropsychological testing -- Intellectual disability (mental retardation) -- Autism spectrum disorders -- Developmental disorders of learning, communication, and motor skills -- Attention-deficity/hyperactivity disorder -- Oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder -- Substance abuse and addictions -- Depression and dysthmyia -- Biopolar disorder -- Generalized anxiety disorder, specific phobia, panic disorder, social phobia, and selective mutism -- Separation anxiety disorder and school refusal -- Posttraumatic stress disorder -- Obsessive-compulsive disorder -- Early-onset schizophrenia -- Obesity -- Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa -- Tic disorders -- Elimination disorders -- Sleep disorders -- Evidence-based practices -- Child abuse and neglect -- HIV and AIDS -- Bereavement and traumatic grief -- Ethnic, cultural, and religious issues -- Youth suicide - Gender identity and sexual orientation -- Aggression and violence -- Genetics: fundamentals relevant to child and adolescent psychiatry -- Psychiatric emergencies -- Family transitions: challenges and resilience -- Psychiatric aspects of chronic physical disorders -- Children of parents with psychiatric and substance abuse disorders -- Legal and ethical issues --; Telepsychiatry -- Principles of psychopharmacology -- Medications used for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder -- Antidepressants -- Mood stabilizers -- Antipsychotic medications -- Apha-adrenergics, beta-blockers, benzodiazepines, buspirone, and desmopressin - Medications used for sleep -- Electroconvulsive therapy, transcranial magnetic stimulation, and deep brain stimulation -- Individual psychotherapy -- Parent counseling, psychoeducation, and parent support groups -- Behavioral parent training --- Family therapy - Interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed adolescents -- Cognitive-behavioral treatment for anxiety disorders -- Cognitive-behavioral therapy for depression - Motivational interviewing -- System of care, wraparound services,and home-based services -- Milieu treatment: inpatient, partial hospitalization, and residential programs -- School-based interventions -- Collaborating with primary care -- Juvenile justice.
  • At least 40 skin signs are associated with eating disorders (EDs), and some of them are considered guiding signs because they are indicative of an otherwise hidden ED. These skin signs may arise due to starvation, self-induced vomiting, drug consumption, and concomitant psychiatric illness. The role of the dermatologist in this context is to suspect the presence of a hidden ED based on the guiding signs. With this in mind, the most important specialists in the field come together in this book to document all of the dermatological aspects of EDs. General topics such as classification of EDs, epidemiology, and medical complications are first addressed, and skin signs attributable to various causes are then discussed in a series of detailed chapters. Characteristic changes in the hair, nails, and oral cavity are also carefully documented. The closing chapters address various other related issues of interest, including pain sensitivity in patients with EDs and the effects of anorexia nervosa on skin thickness and skin collagen. Eating Disorders and the Skin will be an invaluable source of up-to-date information for both novice and experienced dermatologists, as well as other practitioners with an interest in EDs, psychiatrists, and nurses.
  • "Foreword When I was a young woman being treated for an eating disorder, certain assumptions were made: if you had an eating disorder, you would be a white adolescent girl from a family with a controlling mother and an absent father. You would display a passive personality and low self-esteem. You would in all likelihood have signs of depression; whether you did or not, you would probably be treated for it. Your treatment team would see and treat you as childish and immature, and hold a variety of vague and often unfounded opinions about who you were, where you'd been, and what kind of chances of recovery you had. Those chances were considered, almost across the board, very low indeed. I was treated for eating disorders in the 1980s and 1990s. The medical and therapeutic understanding of the etiology, nature, and treatment of disordered eating and body image had not changed markedly since the early days of eating disorder research 20 years before. Likewise, the limited understanding of the demographics of eating disordered populations ensured that thousands would go undiagnosed and untreated. While the eating disordered population exploded, research and treatment providers held fast to their notions of what they were dealing with and how they should proceed. Their abysmal success rates bewildered them; they attributed these low rates of recovery to the intractable, probably incurable nature of the diseases. This second edition of Eating Disorders in Women and Children: Prevention, Stress Management, and Treatment is being released into a therapeutic community that has changed in many critical ways, and I believe the community will see further change as a result of the research done here"--Provided by publisher.
  • Eating disorders, addictions, and substance use disorders are each challenging in their own right, but they also commonly co-occur, causing major challenges for clinicians. Emerging research suggests that there are common substrates at the neuroanatomical, neurochemical, and psychological levels. While randomized controlled trials have revealed a number of effective psychotherapeutic and psychopharmacologic treatments for the individual conditions, little is known about integrative interventions for these comorbidities. This book presents cutting-edge research on the overlap of these complex disorders and reviews integrative assessment strategies and treatment approaches, including enhanced cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, abstinence approaches, motivational enhancement, mindfulness meditation, and pharmacotherapy. The issue of whether eating-disordered behaviors such as dieting, binge eating, and excessive exercise are merely other forms of addictive behavior is examined. The authors argue both for and against the concept of food addiction in research, clinical treatment, and public policy.
  • Embitterment 2011, Springer
    Features of embitterment --Embitterment -- a larger perspective on a forgotten emotion /Hansjö̲rg Znoj --Hope and embitterment /Beate Schrank, Astrid Grant Hay --Embitterment -- from the perspective of justice psychology /Claudia Dalbert --Revenge after trauma; theoretical outline /Ira Gäbler, Andreas Maercker --"She looks back without bitterness": Wisdom as a developmental opposite of embitterment /Judith Glück --Personality as risk and resilience in embitterment reactions /Anja Dodek, Sven Barnow --Neurobiological correlates of social exclusion and social pain /Anna K. Berkefeld, Dieter F. Brauss --Context of embitterment --Relationships and embitterment /Kurt Hahlweg, Donald H. Baucom --Self-regulation of bitterness across the lifespan /Carsten Wrosch, Jesse Renaud --Cancer patients: loss of meaning, demoralization and embitterment /Anja Mehnert, Sigrun Vehling --Embitterment and the workplace /Beate Muschalla, Michael Linden --Embittermenta in Asia: losing face, inequality and alienation under historical and modern perspectives /Changsu Han --Embitterment and personality disorder /Max Rotter --Context of embitterment --Embitterment syndrome: options for psychopharmacological management /Borwin Bandelow --Forgiveness therapy to treat embitterment: a review of relevant research /Nathaniel G. Wade, Brian C. Post, Marilyn A. Cornish --Wisdom psychotherapy /Barbara Lieberei, Michael LInden --Embitterment and forgiveness in the context of the conflict in Northern Ireland /Ed Cairns, Miles Hewstone --Classification of embitterment --PTSD and beyond: embitterment and relevant concepts of nosology /Andreas Maercker --Embitterment in suicide and homicide-sucide /Kenneth R. Conner, Robert L. Weisman --Should embitterment be included among mental disorders? /Norman Sartorius --Posttraumatic embitterment disorder, PTED /Michael Linden --Classification of "reactive" mental disorders in ICD and DSM /Michael B. First --Contextual facators and reacative disorders in the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health /Cille Kennedy, T. Bedirhan Üstün --Reactive mental disorders: stressors, personality and symptoms /Patricia Casey.
  • 1. Normal sleep / James A. Rowley and M. Safwan Badr -- 2. Pharmacology of sleep / Susmita Chowdhuri -- 3. Obstructive sleep apnea: diagnosis with polysomnography and portable monitors / Chunbai Zhang, Stefanos N. Kales, and Atul Malhotra -- 4. Approach to hypersomnia / James A. Rowley -- 5. Obstructive sleep apnea: epidemiology of sleep apnea / Jessie P. Bakker, Atul Malhotra, and Sanjay R. Patel -- 6. Obstructive sleep apnea: clinical features and adverse consequences / Geraldo Lorenzi-Filho and Pedro Rodrigues Genta -- 7. Assessments of driving risk in sleep apnea / Kingman P. Strohl -- 8. Nasal continuous positive airway pressure (CNAP) treatment / Srinivas Bhadriraju and Nancy Collop -- 9. Obstructive sleep apnea: oral appliances / Peter A. Cistulli, Kate Sutherland, and Andrew S.L. Chan -- 10. Obstructive sleep apnea: surgery / Ryan J. Soose and Patrick J. Strollo -- 11. Sleep and lung disease / Charles W. Atwood, Jr. -- 12. Central sleep apnea / M. Safwan Badr -- 13. Insomnia: etiology, clinical manifestations, and morbidity / Clare E. Gargaro, Thomas Roth, and Christopher L. Drake -- 14. Management of insomnia / Luisa Bazan, Thomas Roth, and Christopher L. Drake -- 15. Circadian disorders / Brandon S. Lu, Jeff Kwon, and Phyllis C. Zee -- 16. Narcolepsy and idiopathic hypersomnia / Imran Ahmed and Michael Thorpy -- 17. Parasomnias / Hrayr Attarian -- 18. Movement disorders / Nidhi S. Undevia -- 19. Perioperative care of patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome / Haven R. Malish and Peter C. Gay -- 20. Sleep and critical illness / Nimesh Patel and Sairam Parthasarathy.
  • Recent surveys demonstrate a high and possibly increasing prevalence of mental disorders in prisoners. They have an increased risk of suffering from a mental disorder that transcends countries and diagnoses. Ethical dilemmas in prison psychiatry arise from resource allocation and include issues of patient choice and autonomy in an inherently coercive environment. Ethical conflicts may arise from the dual role of forensic psychiatrists giving raise to tensions between patient care/protection of the public. This book describes models and ethical issues of psychiatric healthcare in prison in several countries. Relevant issues are: the professional medical role of a psychiatrist and/or psychotherapist working in prison, the involvement of psychiatrists in disciplinary or coercive measures; consent to treatment, the use of coercion in forcing a prisoner to undergo treatment, hunger strike, confidentiality. The book ends with consensus guidelines concerning good practice in Prison Psychiatry.
  • Ethics and intersex 2006, Springer
    "This collection of 21 articles is designed to serve as a state-of-the art reference book for intersexuals, their parents, health care professionals, ethics committee members and anyone interested in problems associated with intersexuality. It fills an important need because of its uniqueness as an interdisciplinary effort, bringing together not just urologists and endocrinologists, but gynecologists, psychiatrists, psychologists lawyers, theologians, gender theorists, medical historians, and philosophers."--Jacket.
  • Ethics in psychiatry 2010, Springer
    pt. 1. The context -- pt. 2. Principles of ethics in psychiatry -- pt. 3. The applications of the ethical principles in psychiatric practice and research -- pt. 4. Non-medical uses of psychiatry -- pt. 5. Teaching ethics in psychiatry -- pt. 6. Conclusions and summary.
  • "Medical or health-oriented screening programs are amongst the most debated aspects of health care and public health practices in health care and public health ethics, as well as health policy discussions. In spite of this, most treatments of screening in the research literature restrict themselves to isolated scientific aspects, sometimes complemented by economic analyses or loose speculations regarding policy aspects. At the same time, recent advances in medical genetics and technology, as well as a rapidly growing societal focus on public health concerns, inspires an increase in suggested or recently started screening programs. This book involves an in-depth analysis of the ethical, political and philosophical issues related to health-oriented screening programs. It explores the considerations that arise when heath care interacts with other societal institutions on a large scale, as is the case with screening: What values may be promoted or compromised by screening programs? What conflicts of values do typically arise - both internally and in relation to the goals of health care, on the one hand, and the goals of public health and the general society, on the other? What aspects of screening are relevant for determining whether it should be undertaken or not and how it should be organised in order to remain defensible? What implications does the ethics of screening have for health care ethics as a whole? These questions are addressed by applying philosophical methods of conceptual analysis, as well as models and theories from moral and political philosophy, medical ethics, and public health ethics, to a large number of ongoing and proposed screening programs which makes this book the first comprehensive work on the ethics of screening. Analyses and suggestions are made that are of potential interest to health care staff, medical researchers, policy makers and the general public"--Provided by publisher.
  • Offers practice guidelines for conducting workplace mental health disability evaluations. This book examines legal and ethical aspects of employment evaluations. It also offers an examination of the process of psychiatric disability development, and discusses issues specific to evaluations for Social Security and other disability benefit programs.
  • Evidence-based practices in autism: Where we started / Brian Reichow and Fred R. Volkmar -- Development, procedures, and application of the evaluative method for determining evidence-based practices in autism / Brian Reichow -- On the reliability and accuracy of the evaluative method for identifying evidence-based practices in autism / Domenic V. Cicchetti -- evidence-based treatment of behavioral excesses and deficits for individuals with autism spectrum disorders / Michael D. Powers, Mark J. Palmieri, Kristen S. D'Eramo, and Kristen M. Powers -- Evidence-based treatments in communication for children with autism spectrum disorders / Patricia A. Prelock, Rhea Paul, and Elizabeth M. Allen -- Treatments to increase social awareness and social skills / Suzannah J. Ferraioli and Sandra L. Harris -- Cognitive behavioral therapy in high-functioning autism: Review and recommendations for treatment development / Jeffrey J. Wood, Cori Fujii, and Patricia Renno -- Psychopharmacology in children with PDD: Review of current evidence / Lawrence Scahill and Susan Griebell Boorin -- Interventions that address sensory dysfunction for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Preliminary evidence for the superiority of sensory integration compared to other sensory approaches / Roseann C. Schaaf -- Dietary, complementary, and alternative therapies / Susan L. Hyman and Susan E. Levy -- The role of adaptive behavior in evidence-based practices for ASD: Translating intervention into functional success / Katherine D. Tsatsanis, Celine Saulnier, Sara S. Sparrow, and Domenic V. Cicchetti -- Practicing evidence-based practices / Ruth Blennerhassett Eren and Pamela Owen Brucker -- The implementation of evidence-based practices in public schools / Peter Doehring and Vincent Winterling -- Evidence-based practices in autism: Where we are now and where we need to go / Fred R. Volkmar, Brian Reichow, and Peter Doehring.
  • Excited delirium syndrome 2006, CRCnetBASE
    A suspect, prisoner, or psychiatric patient becomes violent. The officer or hospital staff struggle to control the person, sometimes with a choke hold or hog tying. Shortly afterward, the patient dies. This illustrates excited delirium syndrome, a condition in which normal physiological changes produced by violent activity culminate in sudden cardiac death. This book discusses the effects of both legal medication and drugs of abuse on the cardiovascular system. The authors also discuss the effects of underlying disease and prevention of the syndrome, the role of the mental health professional, and the "high-risk" individual.
  • Introduction -- The role and importance of first responders to dealing with psychologically disordered individuals -- Normal vs. abnormal behavior: a continuum -- Key mental health issues in the criminal justice and emergency medical systems -- Disorders of the brain and central nervous system -- The psychotic disorders -- The mood disorders -- The anxiety, somatoform and dissociative disorders -- The personality disorders -- The substance use disorders -- Crisis, terrorism and trauma-based disorders -- Therapeutic justice -- Mental disorders in youth -- Index.
  • Following Charcot 2011, Karger
    Birth of modern psychiatry and the death of alienism : the legacy of Jean-Martin Charcot / Bogousslavsky, J.; Moulin, T. -- Jean-Martin Charcot's house officers at la Salpêtrière Hospital / Walusinski, O. -- The chair of mental and brain diseases : Charcot's pupils--Benjamin Ball, Alix Joffroy, and Gilbert Ballet / Tiberghien, D. -- Édouard Brissaud, Fulgence Raymond and the succession of Charcot / Tatu, L. -- Great careers : Cornil, Bouchard, Bourneville, and Proust / Paciaroni, M.; Cittadini, E.; Bogousslavsky, J. -- Keeping the fire burning : Georges Gilles de la Tourette, Paul Richer, Charles Féré, and Alfred Binet / Walusinski, O. -- Renewing the fire : Joseph Babinski / Poirier, J.; Philippon, J. -- Paul Sollier : the first clinical neuropsychologist / Bogousslavsky, J.; Walusinski, O. -- Pierre Janet, Sigmund Freud, and Charcot's psychological and psychiatric legacy / Pérez-Rincón, H. -- Jules Bernard Luys in Charcot's penumbra / Parent, M.; Parent, A. -- Hysteria after Charcot : back to the future / Bogousslavsky, J. -- Jules Joseph Déjerine versus Pierre Marie / Paciaroni, M.; Bogousslavsky, J. -- Neurology outside Paris following Charcot / Moulin, T. ... [et al.] -- Birth and death of Charcot's scientific journals / Poirier, J.; Ricou, P.; Leroux-Hugon, V.
  • Forensic psychiatry 2006, Springer
    Organizations as evil structures / Dave Holmes and Cary Federman -- The psychopharmaceutical complex / Brian Kean -- Intention, excuse, and insanity / Tamas Pataki -- An archaeology of the "psychopath": the medicalization of evil / Tom Mason -- The comforts of evil: dangerous personalities in high-security hospitals and the horror film / Mick McKeown and Mark Stowell-Smith -- Madness, badness, and evil / Deidre N. Greig -- Destruction as a constructive choice / David A. Winter --Violence as secular evil: forensic evaluation and treatment of violent offenders from the viewpoint of existential depth psychology / Stephen A. Diamond -- Scapegoat, spectacle, and confessional: close encounters with sex offenders and other species of dangerous individuals / Dave Mercer and Joel Richman -- The villification of victimized children in historical perspective / Victoria Van Slyke -- Evil: a clinical perspective / J. David Kinzie -- Capacities and dispositions: what psychiatry and psychology have to say about evil / Gwen Adshead -- Should radical evil be forgiven? / Marguerita La Caze -- Mad, bad, and evil: psychiatry, psychoanalysis, and evil / Michael Levine -- Talking about evil, even when it's not supposed to exist / C. Fred Alford -- The influence of evil on forensic clinical practice / Tom Mason, Joel Richman, and Dave Mercer -- Hope in the face of evil / Geri Miller and Ron Hood.
  • Mood disorders and suicidal behavior -- Anxiety disorders in children and adolescents -- Obsessvie-compulsive disorder in children -- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder -- Conduct disorder -- Autistic disorders -- Psychiatric disorders in persons with intellectual disability -- Learning disorders -- Tic disorders -- Delirium due to a general medical condition, delirium due to multiple etiologies, and delirium not otherwise specified -- Dementia due to other general medical conditions and dementia due to multiple etiologies -- Amnestic disorder due to a general medical condition and amnestic disorder not otherwise specified -- Alcohol and other depressant drugs -- Pharmacological treatments for opioid addiction -- The hallucinogens, marijuana, and club drugs -- Stimulants and related drugs -- Individual therapy for substance abuse disorders -- Cognitive, behavioral, and motivational therapies for substance abuse disorders -- Group and family treatments for substance abuse -- Clinical psychopharmacology and cognitive remediation -- Individual and family psychotherapies -- Psychiatric rehabilitation -- Antidepressant and antimanic medications -- Depression-focused psychotherapies -- Psychodynamic psychotherapy of depression -- Combined medication and psychotherapy -- Convulsive and other somatic therapies -- Light therapy -- Panic disorder -- Social anxiety disorder and specific phobias -- Obsessive-compulsive disorder -- Posttraumatic stress disorder and acute stress disorder -- Generalized anxiety disorder -- Dissociative disorders and depersonalization -- Adjustment disorder -- Somatization disorder and undifferentiated somatoform disorder -- Conversion disorder -- Pain disorders -- Body dysmorphic disorder -- Hypochondriasis -- Factitious disorder and malingering -- Sexual dysfunctions -- Pedophilia -- Paraphilias and paraphilia-like disorders -- Gender identity disorder in children, adolescents, and adults -- Intensive treatments -- Psychopharmacological treatment -- Evidence-based and innovative psychological treatments -- Family therapy and marital therapy -- Cluster A personality disorders: paranoid, schizoid, and schizotypal -- Antisocial personality disorder -- Narcissistic personality disorder -- Borderline personality disorder -- Histrionic personality disorder -- Cluster C personality disorder: avioidant, obessive-compulsive, and dependent -- Sleep disorders -- Impulse-control disorders.

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