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  • Genes and mental illness -- How does stress work? the role of memes in epigenesis -- Culture and mental illness -- Genetic-memetic model of mental illness-migration and natural disasters as illustrations -- What do we inherit from our parents and ancestors? -- Genes -- Evolution -- Learning, imitation, and memes -- Storage and evolution of memes in the brain -- External storage of memes: culture, media, cyberspace -- Culture and the individual -- What is mental health -- What is mental illness? -- Psychiatric diagnosis: toward a memetic-epigenetic multiaxial model -- Memetic diagnosis, memetic assessment and biopsychosocial epigenetic formulation -- Principles of memetic therapy -- Broad-spectrum memetic therapy -- Specific memetic therapies -- Genetic-memetic prevention -- Overview of specific syndromes -- Attention-cognition spectrum syndromes: delirium, dementia, impulse control syndromes, ADHD, antisocial personality, obsessive-compulsive personality traits, obsessive-compulsive syndrome -- Anxiety-mood spectrum syndromes: anxiety, panic, phobias, ASD, PTSD, borderline syndrome, dependent and avoidant personalities, social phobia, bipolarity and mania, depression-neurotic and syndromic, adjustment disorders -- Reality perception spectrum syndromes (imagination, dissociation, conversion, somatoform, misattribution somatization, psychosis) -- Pleasure spectrum syndromes (substance use/abuse, additions to substances and beliefs, fanaticism) -- Primary memetic syndromes: eating disorders, factitious disorders, malingering, meme-directed destructive behaviors -- Challenges for the future.
  • Genetic models of schizophrenia 2009, ScienceDirect
  • A parent's perspective / Gregory, J.P. -- Mental retardation : definition, classification, and etiology / Regan, R., Willatt, L. -- Technological advances in the molecular cytogenetic diagnosis of mental retardation : telomere testing and genome-wide array analysis / Kaminsky, E.B., Martin, C.L -- The importance of genome architecture in mental retardation / Mefford, H.C -- The clinical evaluation of patients with mental retardation/intellectual disability / Romano, C. -- Database aids for the evaluation of mental retardation / Firth, H.V. Carter, N.P. -- 3D shape and molecular analyses of facial dysmorphology associated with cognitive impairment / Hammond, P., Tassabehji, M. -- Monogenic causes of mental retardation / Raymond, F.L. -- Newly recognized mental retardation microdeletion/duplication syndromes -- Koolen, D.A., de Vries, B.B.A. -- Mendelian CNVs causing mental retardation and developmental disorders -- Vermeesch, J.R., de Ravel, T.J.L. -- Genetic overlaps in mental retardation, autism, and schizophrenia / Kooy, R.F. ... [et al.] -- Chromosome 22q13 rearrangements causing global developmental delay and autistic spectrum Disorder / Bonaglia, M.C. ... [et al.] -- Translating genetics research into a national health service clinical diagnostic environment / Taylor, J.
  • N-Methyl-d-Aspartate (NMDA) Antagonists for the Treatment of Depression / Phil Skolnick, Piotr Popik and Ramon Trullas -- Ionic Glutamate Modulators in Depression (Zinc, Magnesium) / Bernadeta Szewczyk, Ewa Poleszak, Andrzej Pilc and Gabriel Nowak -- Positive Allosteric Modulation of AMPA Receptors: A Novel Potential Antidepressant Therapy / Eric S. Nisenbaum and Jeffrey M. Witkin -- Glutamatergic Modulators for the Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder: Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors / Jeffrey M. Witkin -- Positive Modulation of AMPA Receptors as a Broad-Spectrum Strategy for Treating Neuropsychiatric Disorders / Gary Lynch, Julie C. Lauterborn and Christine M. Gall -- Activation of Group II Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors (mGluR2 and mGluR3) as a Novel Approach for Treatment of Schizophrenia / Douglas J. Sheffler and P. Jeffrey Conn -- mGluR1 Negative Allosteric Modulators: An Alternative Metabotropic Approach for the Treatment of Schizophrenia / Hisashi Ohta, Hiroshi Kawamoto and Gentaroh Suzuki -- Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors as Targets for the Treatment of Drug and Alcohol Dependence / Svetlana Semenova and Athina Markou -- Metabotropic Approaches to Anxiety / Joanna M. Wieronska, Gabriel Nowak and Andrzej Pilc.
  • Introduction -- Global assessment scales -- Detection of bipolar I -- Detection of bipolar II -- Assessment of depression in bipolar disorder -- Assessment of mania in bipolar disorder -- Assessment of hypomania -- Health-related quality of life assessment in bipolar disorder -- Assessment of pediatric bipolar disorder -- Assessment of comorbidities -- Assessment of functioning -- Assessment of suicidality.
  • Symptom rating scales in schizophrenia -- Depression and suicidality -- Cognition -- Functional outcomes assessment scales -- Quality of life measurements in a person with schizophrenia -- Antipsychotic side-effect rating scales in schizophrenia -- Assessment scales for insight -- Assessing adherence to antipsychotic medications -- Clinical assessment scales in substance use disorders -- Medical comorbidities.
  • 1. What is functional analytic psychotherapy? -- 2. Lines of evidence in support of FAP -- 3. Assessment and case conceptualization -- 4. Therapeutic technique: the five rules -- 5. Self and mindfulness -- 6. Intimacy -- 7. The course of therapy: beginning, middle and end phases of FAP -- 8. Supervision and therapist self-development -- 9. Values in therapy and green FAP -- Appendices -- Index.
  • Apathy and related disorders of diminished motivation -- Delirium -- Cognitive impairment -- Global cognitive impairment : the dementias -- Disturbances of mood, affect, and emotion -- Anxiety -- Psychosis in neuropsychiatric disorders -- Nonepileptic seizures -- Parkinsonian movement disorders -- Hyperkinetic movement disorders -- Changes in personality -- Pain -- Sleep disorders -- Unexplained neuropsychiatric symptoms -- Intellectual disabilities of developmental onset -- Agitation and aggression -- Forensic neuropsychiatry -- Rational approach to brain imaging and electrophysiology.
  • This book is a direct response to a severe treatment gap in recognising, treating and managing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adults. Affecting 34% of the global population, ADHD has long been considered a pediatric psychiatric condition and continues to be overlooked in adults, who often go on to endure a lifetime of clinically significant impairments that affect work performance, social behavior, and personal relationships. However, in the wake of the recognition of ADHD in adults in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders IV (considered the absolute gold standard in psychiatry) and a greater number of pharmaceutical treatments being indicated for adults, this book will increase awareness of the condition and advocate expanding ADHD treatment across all age ranges. The book is especially relevant to psychiatrists, GPs, and specialist psychiatric nurses , while also a useful resource for patient societies and advocacy groups.
  • Part I Psychopathology later in life --Assessment of depression and bereavement in older adults /Barry A. Edelstein, Lisa W. Drozdick, Caroline M. Ciliberti --Assessment of anxiety in older adults /Cheryl Carmin, Raymond L. Ownby --Psychotherapy with older adults: the importance of assessment /Lee Hyer, Catherine Yeager, Renee Hyer, Ciera Scott --Assessment of personality disorders inolder adults /Thomas F. Oltmanns, Steve Balsis --Assessing psychosis in acute and chronic mentally ill older adults /Colin A. Depp, Casey Loughran, Ipsit Vahia, Victor Molinari --Dementia syndromes in the older adult /Carol A. Manning, Jamie K. Ducharme --Delirium assessment in older adults /Chricelyn M. Tussey, Donna K. Broshek, Bernice A. Marcopulos --Assessment of cognitive training /George W. Rebok, Jeanine M. Parisi, Alden L. Gross, Adam P. Spira --The assessment of elder abuse /Elizabeth J. Santos, Deborah A. King --Assessment of dementia family caregivers /Carey Wexler Sherman, Louis D. Burgio, Jennifer D. Kowalkowski --Assessment with late-life families: issues and instruments /Brian D. Carpenter, Elizabeth A. Mulligan --Part II Behavioral disorders --Screening, assessing and intervening for alcohol and medication misuse in older adults /Kristen Lawton Barry, Frederic C. Blow --Assessment and conceptualization of sexuality among older adults /Linda R. Mona, Gali Goldwaser, Maggie L. Syme, Rebecca P. Cameron, Colleen Clemency, Aletha R. Miller, Larry Lemos, Michelle S. Ballan --Nutrition in the elderly /Kathryn E. Brogan, K-L. Catherine Jen --Assessment of agitation in older adults /Jiska Cohen-Mansfield, Lori Schindel Martin --Assessing sleep problems of older adults /Tracy Trevorrow --Treatment adherence in late-life /Erin E. Emery, Erin L. Woodhead, Victor Molinari, Marcia G. Hunt --Part III Cognition --Geriatric neuropsychological assessment /John L. Woodard --Screening instruments and brief batteries for dementia /Benjamin T. Mast, Adam Gerstenecker --Cognitive assessment in late stage dementia /Cameron J. Camp, Michael J. Skrajner, Michelle M. Lee, Katherine S. Judge --Assessing the personal preferences of persons with dementia /Carol Witlatch --Part IV Everyday functioning --Assessment of capacity /Jennifer Moye, Michelle Braun -- Household and neighborhood safety, mobility /Catherine L. Lysack --Pain assessment and management in older adults /Theodore K. Malmstrom, Raymond C. Tait --Assessments in driver rehabilitation /Joseph M. Pellerito Jr.
  • Behavioral and cognitive treatments for geriatric depression: an evidence-based perspective / Kathryn S. Moss and Forrest R. Scogin -- Treating generalized anxiety in a community setting / J. Gayle Beck -- Treating of late-life generalized anxiety in primary care settings / Gretchen A. Brenes, Paula Wagener, and Melinda A. Stanley -- Cognitive-behavior therapy for late-life insomnia / Kristen C. Stone, Andrea K. Booth, and Kenneth L. Lichstein -- Relapse preventions model for older alcohol abusers / Larry W. Dupree [et al.] -- Cognitive-behavioral pain management interventions for long-term care residents with physical and cognitive disabilities / P. Andrew Clifford [et al.] -- Reducing psychosocial distress in family caregivers / Ann M. Steffen, Judith R. Gant, and Dolores Gallagher-Thompson -- Integrated psychosocial rehabilitation and health care for older people with serious mental illness / Meghan McCarthy, Kim T. Mueser, Sarah I. Pratt -- Cognitive therapy for suicidal older adults / Gregory K. Brown, Lisa M. Brown, Sunil S. Bhar, Aaron T. Beck -- Cognitive therapy for older people with psychosis / David Kingdon, Maged Swelam, Eric Granholm -- Behavioral interventions to improve management of overweight, obesity, and diabetes in patients with schzophrenia / Christine L. McKibbin [et al.] -- Dialectical behavior therapy for personality disorders in older adults / Jennifer S. Cheavens and Thomas R. Lynch -- Treating persons with dementia in context / Jane E. Fisher [et al.] -- Cognitive-behavioral case management for depressed low-income older adults / Patricia A. Areán, George Alexopoulos, Joyce P. Chu -- Post-stroke depression and CBT with older people / Ken Laidlaw -- Cognitive-behavioral therapy for older adults with bipolar disorder / Robert Reiser [et al.] -- Meaning reconstruction in later life: toward a cognitive-constructivist approach to grief therapy / Robert A. Neimeyer, Jason M. Holland, Joseph M. Currier, Tara Mehta -- PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder) in later life / Lee Hyer and Amanda Sacks -- Training of geriatric mental health providers in CBT interventions for older adults / Nancy A. Pachana, Bob Knight, Michele J. Karel, Judith S. Beck -- The role of positive aging in addressing the mental health needs of older adults / R.D. Hill and E. Mansour -- How Medicare shapes behavioral health practice with older adults in the US: issues and recommendations for practitioners / Paula E. Harman-Stein and James M. Georgoulakis.
  • Pt. I.Foundations in child and adolescent anxiety.Classification of child and adolescent anxiety disorders /Dean McKay and Eric A. Storch ;Issues in differential diagnosis : phobias and phobic conditions /Marjorie Crozier, Seth J. Gillihan, and Mark B. Powers ;Issues in differential diagnosis : considering generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and posttraumatic stress disorder /Jeremy Cohen, Matthew Mychailyszyn, Cara Settipani, Sarah Crawley, and Philip C. Kendall --Pt. II.Diagnostic components in child/adolescent anxiety disorders.Cognitive behavioral models of phobias and pervasive anxiety /Brian Pilecki and Dean McKay ;Genetics of childhood and adolescent anxiety /Paul D. Arnold and Stephanie Taillefer ;Neuropsychological considerations in child and adolescent anxiety /Michael J. Larson, Mikle South, and Tricia Merkley ;Empirical approaches to the study of latent structure and classification of child and adolescent anxiety psychopathology /Amit Bernstein and Michael J. Zvolensky ;Dimensional diagnosis of anxiety in youth /Melanie W. Moretz and Dean McKay --Pt. III.Ancilliary components of child and adolescent anxiety.Differential diagnosis and comorbid ADHD in childhood /Alasdair Vance ;Comorbid and secondary depression /Margaret S. Andover, Genevieve N. Izzo, and Chris A. Kelly ;The role of disgust in childhood anxiety disorders /Melanie W. Moretz, Jon Rogove, and Dean McKay ;Emotion regulation in childhood anxiety /Marni L. Jacob, Kristel Thomassin, Diana Morelen, and Cynthia Suveg ;Emergent personality disorders among adolescents with anxiety disorders /Jeffrey G. Johnson, Jennifer L. Tackett, Candice S. Baugh, Courtney McCullough, Joel S. Sneed, Heather Lawson, and Lauren C. Johnert ;Temperament and anxiety disorders /Elizabeth C. Winter and O. Joseph Bienvenu ;Parenting and child anxiety disorders /Bryce D. McLeod, Jeffrey J. Wood, and Shelley B. Avny --Pt. IV.Psychological and pharmacological treatments of child/adolescent anxiety disorders.Specific phobias /Thompson E. Davis III and Thomas H. Ollendick ;Separation anxiety disorder /Andrew R. Eisen, Joshua M. Sussman, Talya Schmidt, Luke Mason, Lee Ann Hausler, and Rebecca Hashim ;Generalized anxiety disorder /Carl F. Weems and R. Enrique Varela ;Selective mutism /Christopher A. Kearney, Courtney Haight, and Timothy L. Day ;Social anxiety /Tracy L. Morris and Chelsea M. Ale ;Pediatric posttraumatic stress disorder /Komal Sharma-Patel, Beryl Filton, Elissa J. Brown, Deborah Zlotnik, Carole Campbell, and Jennifer Yedlin ;Obsessive-compulsive disorder /Omar Rahman, Jeannette M. Reid, Amy M. Parks, Dean McKay, and Eric A. Storch ;Pharmacological treatment for phobias and anxiety disorders /Michael H. Bloch and Joseph F. McGuire ;Pharmacological approaches to medication-resistant anxiety in children and adolescents /Justine Larson, Susan DosReis, Marisa Matthys, and Mark Riddle ;Psychopharmacological treatment of anxiety in adolescents with comorbid substance abuse /Marco A. Grados ;Combined psychological and pharmacological treatment of pediatric anxiety disorder /Hunna J. Watson --Pt. V.Special populations and additional treatment elements.Parent training for childhood anxiety /Adam B. Lewin ;School-based interventions for anxiety in youth /Aleta Angelosante, Daniela Colognori, Clark R. Goldstein, and Carrie Masia Warner ;Phobias and anxiety-related problems in mental retardation and developmental disabilities /Dave Dagnan ;Food neophobia in children : misnomer, anxious arousal, or other emotional avoidance? /Jon Rogove, Jessica Masty, and Dean McKay ;Social disability and impairment in childhood anxiety /Jordana Muroff and Abigail Ross ;Anxiety disorders in children with chronic health problems /Lara J. Farrell, Caroline Donovan, Cynthia M. Turner, and John R. Walker ;Immune and endocrine function in child and adolescent obsessive-compulsive disorder /Tanya K. Murphy and Kelley Yokum.
  • Current theories and treatment of depression -- Cognitive theory of depression -- Hypnosis and hypnotherapy -- Circular feedback model of depression -- Clinical implications and empirical evidence -- Cognitive hypnotherapy case formulation -- First aid for depression -- Cognitive behavior therapy -- Hypnotherapy -- Cognitive hypnotherapy -- Developing antidepressive pathways -- Breaking ruminative pattern -- Behavioral activation therapy -- Improving social skills -- Mindfulness and acceptance -- Relapse prevention -- Future directions.
  • ch. 1.Introduction : the emerging paradigm /Scott Shannon --ch. 2.Integration and holism /Scott Shannon --ch. 3.Cranial osteopathy /R. Paul Lee --ch. 4.Aromatherapy /Raphael d'Angelo --ch. 5.Diet and essential fatty acids /Janet E. Settle --ch. 6.Nutritional supplements /Janet E. Settle --ch. 7.Biofeedback /Donald Moss --ch. 8.Meditation and self-regulatory techniques /Keith G. Lowenstein --ch. 9.Qigong /James Lake --ch. 10.Breath work /Barry A. Sultanoff --ch. 11.Therapeutic touch /J. Ramita Bonadonna --ch. 12.Spiritual healing /Daniel J. Benor --ch. 13.Medical intuition /Eric Leskowitz --ch. 14.Spiritual psychotherapy /Jerry Wyker --ch. 15.Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) /William M. Zangwill,Jessica Pearson,Phyllis Kosminsky --ch. 16. TheHakomi method and body-centered psychotherapies /Maureen Fallon-Cyr,andMark Fallon-Cyr --ch. 17.Process work /Max Schupbach --ch. 18.Herbal medicine /Hyla Cass,andJerry Cott --ch. 19.Homeopathy /Philip Bailey --ch. 20.Acupuncture /John M. Motl --ch. 21.Ayurveda /Jim Brooks --ch. 22. Thecreative arts : what role do they play? /John Graham-Pole --ch. 23. Theenvironment /Barry A. Sultanoff --ch. 24. Thetherapeutic power of music /John Diamond --ch. 25.Synthesis /Scott Shannon.
  • Handbook of cultural psychiatry 2001, ScienceDirect
  • Handbook of depression 2011, Springer
  • Handbook of differential diagnosis 2002, PsychiatryOnline
  • pt. 1. ESTABLISHING THE NEED AND CRITERIA FOR EVIDENCE-BASED THERAPIES. Evidence-based therapies for children and adolescents: problems and prospects / Ric G. Steele, Michael C. Roberts, and T. David Elkin -- Empirically supported treatments and evidence-based practice for children and adolescents / Michael C. Roberts and Rochelle L. James -- Methodological issues in the evaluation of therapies / Ric G. Steele, Jennifer A. Mize Nelson, and Timothy D. Nelson -- Evidence-based therapies: translating research into practice / Charmaine K. Hig aand Bruce F. Chorpita -- pt. 2. EVIDENCE-BASED THERAPIES FOR SPECIFIC DISORDERS OR CONDITIONS. ANXIETY DISORDERS: Psychosocial treatments for phobic and anxiety disorders in youth / Wendy K. Silverman and Armando A. Pina -- Panic disorder in adolescents / Thomas H. Ollendick and Donna Pincus -- Evidence-based treatment of pediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder / Eric A Storch ... [et al.] -- Interventions for posttraumatic stress in children and adolescents following natural disasters and acts of terrorism / Annette M. La Greca -- MOOD DISORDERS AND PROBLEMS: Mood disorders in childhood / Colleen M. Cummings and Mary A. Fristad -- Empirically supported psychotherapies for adolescent depression and mood disorders / John F. Curry and Sara J. Becker -- Evidence-based therapies for adolescent suicidal behavior / Anthony Spirito and Christianne Esposito-Smythers -- DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR DISORDERS AND RELATED PROBLEMS: Evidence-based treatments for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) / Betsy Hoza, Nina Kaiser, and Elizabeth Hurt -- Evidence-based therapies for oppositional behavior in young children / Robert J. McMahon and Julie S. Kotler -- Treating conduct problems, aggression, and antisocial behavior in children and adolescents: an integrated view / Paul Boxer and Paul J. Frick -- Components of evidence-based interventions for bullying and peer victimization / Anne K. Jacobs -- PEDIATRIC/MEDICALLY RELATED DISORDERS: Pain and pain management / Lindsey L. Cohen, Jill E. MacLaren, and Crystal S. Lim -- Evidence-based treatments for children with chronic illnesses / T. David Elkin and Laura Stoppelbein -- Evidence-based therapies for enuresis and encopresis / Patrick C. Friman -- Evidencebased therapies for children and adolescents with eating disorders / David H. Gleaves and Janet D. Latner -- Evidence-based therapies for pediatric overweight / Craig A. Johnston and Chermaine Tyler -- OTHER DISORDERS AND PROBLEMS: Evidence-based therapies for autistic disorder and pervasive developmental disorders / Jonathan M. Campbell, Caitlin V. Herzinger, and Carrah L. James -- Evidence-based treatment for children with serious emotional disturbance / Camille J. Randall and Eric M. Vernberg -- Evidence-based approaches to social skills training with children and adolescents / Sharon L. Foster and Julie R. Bussman -- Evidence-based treatments for adolescent substance use disorders / Deborah Deas, Kevin Gray, and Himanshu Upadhyaya -- pt. 3. IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES. Dissemination of evidence-based manualized treatments for children and families in practice settings / Michael A. Southam-Gerow, Alyssa M. Marder, and A. Aukahi Austin -- Client, therapist, and treatment characteristics in EBT's for children and adolescents / Stephen Shirk and Dana McMakin -- Implementing evidence-based treatments with ethnically diverse clients / Beth A. Kotchick and Rachel L. Grover-- Evidence-based therapy and ethical practice / William A. Rae and Constance J. Fournier -- Adoption of evidence-based treatments (EBTs) in community settings: obstacles and opportunities / Julianne M. Smith-Boydston and Timothy D. Nelson -- Evidence-based assessment for children and adolescents / Vicky Phares and Jessica Curley -- Graduate training in evidence-based practice in psychology / Thad R. Leffingwell and Frank L. Collins, Jr. -- Emerging issues in the continuing evolution of evidence-based practice / T. David Elkin, Michael C. Roberts, and Ric G. Steele.
  • Handbook of forensic psychology 2004, ScienceDirect
  • The changing concept of generalised anxiety disorder -- How common is generalised anxiety disorder? -- Presenting features of generalised anxiety disorder -- Comorbidity of generalised anxiety disorder with other conditions -- Burden of generalised anxiety disorder -- Measuring the severity of generalised anxiety disorder -- Pharmacological treatments -- Psychological treatment -- Which treatments, when and for how long?.
  • 11-34 --Developmental Changes in Adolescence and Risks for Delinquency --The "Why(s)" of Criminal Behavior in Juveniles: The Long and the Short of It --Race and Sex Disparity in Juvenile Justice Processing --Major Principles in a Minor Context: Forensic Practices Involving Adolescents --Juveniles and Criminal Responsibility Evaluations --Sentencing Juveniles to Life in Prison Without the Opportunity for Parole --Transfer to Adult Court: Enhancing Clinical Forensic Evaluations and Informing Policy --Need for and Barriers to Inclusion in Health Research of Justice-Involved Youth --Toward Establishing Standards of Practice in Juvenile Forensic Mental Health Assessment --Assessment in Juvenile Justice Systems: An Overview --Mental Health Assessment of Juveniles --The Juvenile Forensic Court Clinic in Theory and Practice --The History, Development, and Testing of Forensic Risk Assessment Tools --Assessing Juveniles for Risk of Violence --Becoming More Therapeutic: Motivational Interviewing as a Communication Style for Paraprofessionals in Juvenile Justice Settings --At the Junction of Personality Theories: Working with Juvenile Offenders --Services for Youth in Closed Settings: Gaps in Services --Implementing Evidence-Based Practices for Juvenile Justice Prevention and Treatment in Communities --Preventing Early Conduct Problems and Later Delinquency --Treating Juvenile Offenders: Best Practices and Emerging Critical Issues --Psychopharmacological Treatment of Youth in Juvenile Justice Settings --IICAPS: A Treatment Model for Delinquent Youths with Co-occurring Mental Health Disorders --Serving Dually Diagnosed Youth in the Juvenile Justice System --Treating Juvenile Sex Offenders --Sexually Transmitted Infections in Juvenile Offenders --A Self-Regulation Model for the Treatment of Pathological Juvenile Firesetters --Mentor Programming for At-Risk Youth --Responding to Child Trauma: Theory, Programs, and Policy --Psychosocial Treatment of Traumatized Juveniles --Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Among Youth Involved in Juvenile Justice --Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Among Youth in the Juvenile Justice System: A Critical Appraisal --Juvenile Offenders with Disabilities: Challenges and Promises --Ensuring that They Learn --Female Juvenile Offenders --Juvenile Gangs --Juvenile Forensic Psychology and Psychiatry: The Movement Toward Data-Based Innovations.
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  • Mental health services for children, adolescents, and families: trends, models, and current status / Ric G. Steele and Michael C. Roberts -- Mental health services for young children / Diane Powell and Glen Dunlap -- School psychologiy services / Steven W. Lee and T. Rene Jamison -- Providing services within a school-based intensive mental health program / Anne K. Jacobs, Camille Randall, Eric M. Vernberg, Michael C. Roberts, and Joseph E. Nye -- Inpatient pediatric consultation-liaison: applied child health psychology / Bryan D. Carter and Renee T. Van Weiss -- Mental health services for children in pediatric primary care settings / Terry Stancin -- Providing a range of services to fit the needs of youth in community mental health centers / Julianne M. Smith-Boydston -- Outpatient-private practice model / Bernadette M. Landolf -- Inpatient treatment models / Luis A Vargas and Artenio De Dios Brambila -- Child abuse prevention and intervention services / Michelle R. Kees and Barbara L. Bonner -- Services to prevent sexually transmitted diseases in adolescents / Beth A. Auslander, Mary B. Short, and Susan L. Rosenthal -- Treatment services for adolescent substance abuse / Beverly Pringle, and Jerry Flanzer --Targeted prevention of antisocial behavior in children: the early risers "Skill for Success" program / Michael L. Bloomquist, Gerald J. August, Susanne S. Lee, Barrie E. Berquist, and Robin Mathy -- Implementing effective youth violence prevention programs in community settings / Patricia A. Graczykand Patrick H. Tolan -- Adolescent sex offender programs / William D. Murphy, Jacqueline Page, and Rebecca Ettelson -- Rural mental health services / David L. Fenell and Alan J. Hovestadt -- Mental health services for children with chronic illness / Ann M. McGrath Davis and Ngan Voung -- Psychological services for children and families who are homeless / Mary E. Walsh and Julie Heim Jackson -- Telehealth/Internet services for children, adolescents, and families / Heidi J. Liss -- Therapeutic camping programs / Keri J. Brown -- Implementation of the Felix Consent Decree in Hawaii: the impact of policy and practice development efforts on service delivery / Bruce F. Chorpita and Christina Donkervoet -- Children's services in disasters and other emergencies / Gilbert Reyes, Trisha T. Miller, Merritt D. Schreiber, and Beth Todd-Bazemore -- Program evaluation approaches in service delivery in child and family mental health / Michael C. Roberts and Ric G. Steele -- Large-scale evaluations of children's mental health services: the Ft. Bragg and Stark County studies / Leonard Bickman and Shelagh Mulvaney -- Methodological challenges in the national evaluation of the comprehenive community mental health services for children and their families program / E. Wayne Holden, Robert L. Stephens, and Rolando L. Santiago -- The future of mental health service delivery for children, adolescents, and families: an agenda for organization and research / Ric G. Steele and Michael C. Roberts.
  • Discusses the impact of cultural, ethnic, and racial variables for the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, service delivery, and development of skills for working with culturally diverse populations. This second edition recognizes diversity as extending beyond race and ethnicity to reflect characteristics or experiences related to gender, age, religion, disability, and socioeconomic status.
  • v. 1. Neuropsychological endophenotypes and biomarkers -- v. 2. Neuroanatomical and neuroimaging endophenolypes and biomarkers -- v. 3. Metabolic and peripheral biomarkers -- v. 4. Molecular genetic and genomic markers.
  • An international and multidisciplinary core of clinicians, physicians, counsellors, educators, and researchers provide perspectives on the subject and scope of the stressful aspects of transitions in the life span. Transitions are discussed in depth, and the book balances theoretical knowledge with practical applications.
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    Appendices: Abbreviations and use of terminology -- Critical gaps of assessment -- Consistency issues associated with NICE assessment.Introduction -- A note on objectives and methods -- NICE [National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence] appraisal process -- NICE appraisal of ADHD treatments -- NICE appraisal of ADHD treatment options: a critique -- Discussion and implications -- Which way forward?
  • Anatomy of the hippocampal formation / Schultz, C.; Engelhardt, M. -- Structure and vascularization of the human hippocampus / Tatu, L.; Vuillier, F. -- Coordinated network activity in the hippocampus / Draguhn, A.; Keller, M.; Reichinnek, S. -- What animals can teach clinicians about the hippocampus / Lavenex, P.; Banta Lavenex, P.; Favre, G. -- Memory function and the hippocampus / Opitz, B. -- Neuropsychological measures of hippocampal function / Wicking, M.; Nees, F.; Steiger, F. -- Conventional and diffusion-weighted MRI of the hippocampus / Szabo, K.; Forster, A.; Gass, A. -- Functional MRI studies of the hippocampus / Nees, F.; Pohlack, S.T. -- The hippocampus in neurodegenerative disease / Moodley, K.K.; Chan, D. -- Stress, memory, and the hippocampus / Wingenfeld, K.; Wolf, O.T. -- Epilepsy and the hippocampus / Chatzikonstantinou, A. -- Transient global amnesia / Szabo, K. -- Hippocampal stroke / Szabo, K.
  • Section One: Prolegomenon -- Historiography: philosophy and methodology of history, with special emphasis on medicine and psychiatry; and an appendix on "historiography" as the history of history / Edwin R. Wallace, IV -- Contextualizing the history of psychiatry/psychology and psychoanalysis: annotated bibliography and essays: addenda A-F / Edwin R. Wallace, IV -- Section Two: Periods -- Mind and madness in classical antiquity / Bennett Simon -- Mental disturbances, unusual mental states, and their interpretation during the Middle Ages / George Mora -- Renaissance conceptions and treatments of madness / George Mora -- The madman in the light of reason. Enlightenment psychiatry: Part I. Custody, therapy, theory and the need for reform / Dora B. Weiner -- The madman in the light of reason. Enlightenment psychiatry: Part II. Alienists, treatises, and the psychologic approach in the era of Pinel / Dora B. Weiner -- Philippe Pinel in the twenty-first century: the myth and the message / Dora B. Weiner -- German romantic psychiatry: Part I. Earlier, including more-psychological orientations / Otto M. Marx -- German romantic psychiatry: Part II. Later, including more-somatic orientations / Otto M. Marx -- Descriptive psychiatry and psychiatric nosology during the nineteenth century / German Berrios -- Biological psychiatry in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / John Gach -- The intersection of psychopharmacology and psychiatry in the second half of the twentieth century / David Healy --Section Three: Concepts and topics -- A history of melancholia and depression / Stanley W. Jackson -- Constructing schizophrenia as a category of mental illness / Sander L Gilman -- The concept of psychosomatic medicine / Herbert Weiner -- Neurology's influence on American psychiatry: 1865-1915 / Edward M. Brown -- The transformation of American psychiatry: from institution to community, 1800-2000 / Gerald N. Grob -- The transition to secular psychotherapy: hypnosis and the alternate-consciousness paradigm / Adam Crabtree -- Psychoanalysis in central Europe: the interplay of psychoanalysis and culture / Hannah S. Decker -- The psychoanalytic movement in the United States, 1906-1991 / Sanford Gifford -- The development of clinical psychology, social work, and psychiatric nursing: 1900-1980s / Nancy Tomes -- Epilogue: Psychiatry and the mind-body relation -- Thoughts toward a critique of biological psychiatry / John Gach -- Two "mind"-"body" models for a holistic psychiatry / Edwin R. Wallace, IV -- Freud on "mind-"body" I: the psychoneurobiological and "instinctualist" stance; with implications for chapter 24, and two postscripts / Edwin R. Wallace, IV -- Freud on "mind"-"body" II: drive, motivation, meaning, history, and Freud's psychological heuristic; with clinical and everyday examples / Edwin R. Wallace, IV -- Psychosomatic medicine and the mind-body relation: historical, philosophical, scientific, and clinical perspectives / Herbert Weiner.
  • Individual case formulation 2013, ScienceDirect
    Individual Case Formulation presents formulation as a process that can be taught systematically to trainee therapists. The book begins by discussing assorted theories of case formulation, and critiques their ability to be applied in real world situations. The individual case formulation approach is then defined and discussed as a way to integrate the best of what different theoretical orientations have to offer in conjunction with the expertise and clinical judgment of the therapist. The book proposes a systemic/functional framework that focuses on difficulties as defined by the client and emphasizes constructive solutions to problems rather than symptom reduction. Moving from theory to application, the book then guides therapists in how to conduct assessment interviews, how to reach a provisional formulation, how to test that formulation for accuracy and reformulate if necessary, how a therapist can make explicit what their clinical reasoning was in making the case formulation, and provides case examples and transcripts so readers will better grasp the concepts in action.
  • Basic aspects of the immunology of neuroinflammation / Wohleb, E.S.; Godbout, J.P. -- Stress and neuroinflammation / Grippo, A.J., Scotti, M.-A.L. -- Role of inflammation in depression : implications for phenomenology, pathophysiology and treatment / Raison, C.L., Miller, A.H. -- Virus infection as a cause of inflammation in psychiatric disorders / Bechter, K. -- Inflammation, neurotoxins and psychiatric disorders / Myint, A.-M. -- Essential fatty acids as potential anti-inflammatory agents in the treatment of affective disorders / Song, C. -- The brain-gut axis : a target for treating stress-related disorders / Scott, L.V., Clarke, G., Dinan, T.G. -- The question of pro-inflammatory immune activity in schizophrenia and the potential importance of anti-inflammatory drugs / Arolt, V., Ambrée, O. -- Inflammation as the cause of the metabolic syndrome in depression / Leonard, B.E. -- Glucocorticoids and inflammation : a double-headed sword in depression? / Horowitz, M.A. ... [et al.] -- Co-morbidity between cardiovascular pathology and depression : role of inflammation -- Halaris, A. -- Inflammatory and oxidative and nitrosative stress cascades as new drug targets in myalgic encephalomyelitis and chronic fatigue syndrome -- Maes, M. -- Peripheral inflammation and cognitive aging -- Lim, A., Krajina, K., Marsland, A.L. -- Inflammation in suicidality : implications for novel treatment options / Janelidze, S., Brundin, L.
  • Integrated Care in Psychiatry: Redefining the Role of Mental Health Professionals in the Medical Setting is a landmark title in the field, offering a clear, detailed, and cohesive call by leading experts for coordinated care for patients with concurrent psychiatric and medical conditions. The renowned editors and authors argue that what is slowly occurring, and greatly needed at a faster pace, is nothing less than a sea change in the way that psychiatric care will be delivered. The current, mostly segregated, medical and psychiatric model of care has led to the development of competing medical and psychiatric subcultures that have resulted in a lack of dialog among health providers, administrators, and payers -- and thus in less than optimal patient outcomes. To remedy this problem, the book offers a practical, insightful road map to achieving the central tenet of health reform truly coordinated, patient-centered care where the care experience for the patient, the medical care itself, and the cost outcomes improve as the system changes from fee-for-service to population-based health. An invaluable reference for all clinicians, policy makers, payers, administrators, and others interested in the debate surrounding healthcare systems, Integrated Care in Psychiatry: Redefining the Role of Mental Health Professionals in the Medical Setting is a major contribution to the literature and a gold standard resource.
  • Intervening in the brain 2007, Springer
  • Neural sciences -- Neuropsychiatry and behavioral neurology -- Contributions of the psychological sciences -- Contributions of the sociocultural sciences -- Quantitative and experimental methods in psychiatry -- Theories of personality and psychopathology -- Diagnosis and psychiatry : examination of the psychiatric patient -- Clinical manifestations of psychiatric disorders -- Classification in psychiatry -- Delirium, dementia, and amnestic and other cognitive disorders and mental disorders due to a general medical condition -- Substance-related disorders -- Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders -- Mood disorders -- Anxiety disorders -- Somatoform disorders -- Factitious disorder -- Dissociative disorders -- Normal human sexuality and sexual and gender identity disorders -- Eating disorders -- Sleep disorders -- Impulse-control disorders not elsewhere classified -- Adjustment disorders -- Personality disorders -- Psychosomatic medicine -- Relational problems -- Additional conditions that may be a focus of clinical attention -- Culture-bound syndromes -- Special areas of interest -- Psychiatric emergencies -- Psychotherapies -- Biological therapies -- Child psychiatry -- Psychiatric examination [of the infant, child, and adolescent] -- Genetics in child psychiatry -- Neuroimaging in psychiatric disorders of childhood -- Temperament : risk and protective factors for child psychiatric disorders -- Intellectual disability -- Learning disorders -- Motor skills disorder : developmental coordination disorder -- Communication disorders -- Pervasive developmental disorders -- Attention-deficit disorders -- Disruptive behavior disorders -- Feeding and eating disorders of infancy and early childhood -- Tic disorders -- Elimination disorders -- Other disorders of infancy, childhood, and adolescence -- Mood disorders in children and adolescents -- Anxiety disorders in children -- Early-onset psychotic disorders -- Child psychiatry : psychiatric treatment -- Child psychiatry : special areas of interest -- Adulthood -- Geriatric psychiatry -- Public psychiatry -- Psychiatric education -- Ethics and forensic psychiatry -- History of psychiatry -- World aspects of psychiatry.
  • "This study guide is an excellent aid in preparing for boards and other psychiatry exams and in reinforcing your knowledge. It offers chapter overviews of Synopsis, Tenth Edition and over 1,600 multiple-choice questions with discussions of correct and incorrect answers"--Provided by publisher.
  • The patient-doctor relationship -- Human development throughout the life cycle -- The brain and behavior -- Contributions of the psychosocial sciences -- Clinical neuropsychological testing -- Theories of personality and psychopathology -- Clinical examination of the psychiatric patient -- Signs and symptoms in psychiatry -- Classification in psychiatry and psychiatric rating scales -- Delirium, dementia, and amnestic and other cognitive disorders -- Neuropsychiatric aspects of HIV infection and AIDS -- Substance-related disorders -- Schizophrenia -- Other psychotic disorders -- Mood disorders -- Anxiety disorders -- Somatoform disorders -- Chronic fatigue syndrome -- Factitious disorders -- Dissociative disorders -- Human sexuality -- Gender identity disorders -- Eating disorders -- Normal sleep and sleep disorders -- Impulse-control disorders not elsewhere classified -- Adjustment disorders -- Personality disorders -- Psychosomatic medicine -- Complementary and alternative medicine in psychiatry -- Psychiatry and reproductive medicine -- Relational problems -- Problems related to abuse or neglect -- Additional conditions that may be a focus of clinical attention -- Emergency psychiatric medicine -- Psychotherapies -- Biological therapies -- Child psychiatry: assessment, examination, and psychological testing -- Mental retardation -- Learning disorders -- Motor skills disorder: developmental coordination disorder -- Communication disorders -- Pervasive developmental disorders -- Attention-deficit disorders -- Disruptive behavior disorders -- Feeding and eating disorders of infancy or early childhood -- Tic disorders -- Elimination disorders -- Other disorders of infancy, childhood, and adolescence -- Mood disorders and suicide in children and adolescents -- Anxiety disorders of infancy, childhood, and adolescence -- Early-onset schizophrenia -- Adolescent substance abuse -- Child psychiatry: additional conditions that may be a focus of clinical attention -- Psychiatric treatment of children and adolescents -- Child psychiatry: special areas of interest -- Geriatric psychiatry -- End of life care and palliative medicine -- Clinical-legal issues in psychiatry -- Ethics in psychiatry.
  • Completely revised in response to the new format of the ABPN certifying exam, Kaufman's Clinical Neurology for Psychiatrists is the ideal reference to enhance your mastery of the neurology knowledge needed for the Psychiatry Board exam. Nearly 2,000 multiple-choice practice questions, in print and online, assess your familiarity with the latest topics in the field! Enhance your mastery of the material with the help of abundant line drawings, CTs, MRIs, and EEGs that demonstrate key clinical findings to facilitate diagnosis.Fully understand each condition's relevant history, neurologic and psychiatric features, easily performed office and bedside examinations, appropriate tests, differential diagnosis, and management options.
  • Life writing and schizophrenia 2013, IngentaConnect
    How do you write your life story when readers expect you not to make sense? How do you write a case history that makes sense when, face to face with schizophrenia, your ability to tell a diagnostic story begins to fall apart? This book examines work in several genres of life writing-autobiography, memoir, case history, autobiographical fiction-focused either on what it means to live with schizophrenia or what it means to understand and 'treat' people who have received that diagnosis. Challenging the romanticized connection between literature and madness, Life Writing and Schizophrenia explores
  • pt. 1. Using the manual -- Nursing students and instructors -- Clinical nursing staff -- Using the manual's CD-ROM to write individualized psychiatric nursing care plans -- pt. 2. Basic concepts -- Fundamental beliefs -- Therapeutic milieu -- Care delivery settings -- Sexuality -- Spirituality -- Culture -- The aging client -- Loneliness -- HIV disease and AIDS -- Homelessness -- Stress -- Crisis intervention -- Community violence -- Community grief and disaster response -- The nursing process -- Evidence-based practice -- Best practices -- Interdisciplinary treatment team -- Nurse-client interactions -- Role of the psychiatric nurse -- Role of the client --pt. 3. Care plans -- General care plans -- Building a trust relationship -- Discharge planing -- Deficient knowledge -- Noncompliance -- Supporting the caregiver -- Community-based care -- Persistent and severe mental illness -- Acute episode care -- Partial community support -- Disorders diagnosed in childhood or adolescence -- Attention deficit / Hyperactivity disorder -- Conduct disorders -- Adjustment disorders of adolescence -- Delirium and dementia -- Delirium -- Dementia -- Substance-related disorders -- Alcohol withdrawal -- Substance withdrawal -- Dual diagnosis -- Schizophrenia and psychotic disorders/symptoms -- Schizophrenia -- Delusions -- Hallucinations -- Delusional disorder -- Psychotic behavior related to a medical condition -- Mood disorders and related behaviors -- Major depressive disorder -- Suicidal behavior -- Bipolar disorder, manic episode -- Anxiety disorders -- Anxious behavior -- Phobias -- Obsessive compulsive disorder -- Posttraumatic stress disorder -- Somatoform and dissociative disorders -- Somatization disorder -- Conversion disorder -- Hypochondriasis -- Dissociative disorders -- Eating disorders -- Anorexia nervosa -- Bulimia nervosa --Sleep disorders and adjustment disorders -- Sleep disorders -- Adjustment disorders of adults -- Personality disorders -- Paranoid personality disorder -- Schizoid and schizotypal personality disorders -- Antisocial personality disorder -- Borderline personality disorder -- Dependent personality disorder -- Passive-aggressive personality disorder -- Behavioral and problem-based care plans -- Withdrawn behavior -- Hostile behavior -- Aggressive behavior -- Sexual, emotional, or physical abuse -- Grief -- Disturbed body image -- Living with a chronic or terminal illness -- Neurologic illnesses -- Head injury -- Substance dependence treatment program -- Adult children of alcoholics -- The client who will not eat -- Appendices -- DSM-IV-TR classification -- NANDA taxonomy II: domains, classes, diagnostic concepts, and diagnoses -- Sample psychosocial assessment tool -- Standards of psychiatric mental health clinical nursing practice -- Canadian standards of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Practice (2nd ed.) -- Communication techniques -- Defense mechanisms -- Sychopharmacology -- Case study and care plan.
  • This well-established international series examines major areas of basic and clinical research within neuroscience, as well as emerging and promising subfields. This volume on the neurosciences, neurology, and literature vividly shows how science and the humanities can come together --- and have come together in the past. Its sections provide a new, broad look at these interactions, which have received surprisingly little attention in the past. Experts in the field cover literature as a window to neurological and scientific zeitgeists, theories of brain and mind in literature, famous authors and their suspected neurological disorders, and how neurological disorders and treatments have been described in literature. In addition, a myriad of other topics are covered, including some on famous authors whose important connections to the neurosciences have been overlooked (e.g., Roget, of Thesaurus fame), famous neuroscientists who should also be associated with literature, and some overlooked scientific and medical men who helped others produce great literary works (e,g., Bram Stoker's Dracula). There has not been a volume with this coverage in the past, and the connections it provides should prove fascinating to individuals in science, medicine, history, literature, and various other disciplines. This book looks at literature, medicine, and the brain sciences both historically and in the light of the newest scholarly discoveries and insights.
  • Making the DSM-5 2013, Springer
  • This book is a comprehensive analysis of the definitions, concepts, and recent research on malingering, feigning, and other response biases in psychological injury/ forensic disability populations. It presents a new model of malingering and related biases, and develops a "diagnostic" system based on it that is applicable to PTSD, chronic pain, and TBI. Included are suggestions for effective practice and future research based on the literature reviews and the new systems, which are useful also because they can be used readily by psychiatrists as much as psychologists.
  • The book aims to cover basic physiologic functions of melatonin, and its therapeutic applications in humans for a variety of clinically relevant disorders. This bookcontains chapters on the recent aspects of melatonin physiology, its receptors and their role in mitochondrial function, its immunomodulatory role and importance in seasonal dependent diseases, role in human reproduction, role in sleep, circadian rhythm and sleep disorders, role in neurologic disorders such as Parkinsons disease, Alzheimers disease. Additionally, melatonins therapeutic use in neurobehavioral disorders in children, migraine and tension headache is also covered in this book. Melatonins antioxidant role in Duchennes muscular dystrophy and in glaucoma have also been discussed in short chapters. Two major melatonin agonists, ramelteon and agomelatine are discussed extensively on their current clinical application and ongoing research. Two chapters on agomelatonin and its role in mood disorders, particularly depressive disorders, are an important feature of this book. The chapters are written by experts from the global academia recognized for their original research and published work in the field of melatonin science.
  • Menopausal transition 2009, Karger
    Normal aging and the menopausal transition : what to expect / N. Santoro, G. Neal-Perry -- Sexuality during menopause : deconstructing the myths / A.H. Clayton, D.V. Hamilton -- Cultural and ethnic influences on the menopause transition /J. Bitzer, J. Alder -- Nonhormonal factors associated with psychiatric morbidity during the menopausal transition and midlife / J.T. Bromberger -- Depression during the perimenopausal transition : what have we learned from epidemiological studies? / S. Ferguson, C.N. Soares, B.L. Harlow -- Thermoregulation and menopause : understanding the basic pathophysiology of vasomotor symptoms / D.C. Deecher -- Hormone dynamics and menopausal symptoms : the clinical role of vasomotor symptoms and sleep disturbances / R.R. Freedman -- Managing depression and anxiety during the menopausal transition and beyond : the window of vulnerability / B.N. Frey, C.N. Soares -- Psychotic disorders and menopause : the untold story / A. Riecher-Ros̈sler -- Hormone therapies and menopause : where do we stand in the post-WHI era? / M.P. Warren, K.E. Titchen, M. Steiner.
  • People with mental health conditions comprise a vulnerable group -- Other vulnerable groups have high rates of mental health conditions -- Improving development outcomes: principles and actions -- All development stakeholders have important roles to play -- Conclusion.
  • Metabolic syndrome and schizophrenia : is inflammation the cause? / Leonard, B.E. -- Insulin resistance in bipolar women : effects of mood-stabilizing drugs / Vemuri, M. ... [et al.] -- Obesity and mental illness / Citrome, L.; Vreeland, B. -- Glucose abnormalities in schizophrenia, bipolar and major depressive disorders / Bushe, C. -- Screening for diabetes and cardiovascular risk factors in people with serious mental illness / Holt, R.I.G.; Peveler, R.C. -- Stress axis dysfunction : a common finding in schizophrenia and the metabolic syndrome? / Afzal, A.; Thakore, J. -- Metabolic syndrome in psychiatric inpatients treated for depression / Goethe, J.W.; Szarek, B.L.; Caley, C.F. -- Hyperprolactinaemia associated with antipsychotic medications / Fitzgerald, P.; Dinan, T.G. -- Impact of hyperprolactinaemia on the general health of patients with schizophrenia / Wildgust, H.J.; Kohen, D.
  • The mhGAP-IG has been developed through an intensive process of evidence review. A WHO Guideline Development Group of international experts conducted systematic reviews to develop evidence-based recommendations. The recommendations were then converted into clearly presented stepwise interventions and then circulated among a wider range of reviewers across the world to include all the diverse contributions. The mhGAP-IG is based on the mhGAP Guidelines on interventions for mental, neurological and substance use disorders (http:// www.who.int/mental_health/mhgap/evidence/en/). Both documents will be reviewed and updated in 5 years. Any revision and update before that will be made to the online version of the document.--(excerpt, p. 1).
  • Preface -- Mouse mutagenesis and disease models for Neuropsychiatric disorders. -- Drosophila as a model organism for the study of neuropsychiatric disorders -- Transgenic animal models of Huntington{u2019}s Disease -- Molecular genetic models related to schizophrenia and psychotic illness: heuristics and challenges -- Animal Models of Depression: Molecular Perspectives.-Animal models of ADHD -- Mouse Models of Autism: Testing Hypotheses about Molecular Mechanisms -- Advances in animal models of drug addiction -- When the serotonin transporter gene meets adversity: The contribution of animal models to understanding epigenetic mechanisms in affective disorders and resilience -- Functional and Pharmacological MRI in understanding brain function at a systems level -- The pig as model animal for studying cognition and neurobehavioral disorders.
  • The metaphor of the monster or predator usually a sexual predator, drug dealer in areas frequented by children, or psychopathic murderer is a powerful framing device in public discourse about how the criminal justice system should respond to serious violent crimes. The cultural history of the monster reveals significant features of the metaphor that raise questions about the extent to which justice can be achieved in both the punishment of what are regarded as ""monstrous crimes"" and the treatment of those who commit such crimes. This book is the first to address the connections between the h
  • "This book focuses on extrapyramidal signs and symptoms of all types of dementia, and addresses the issue of the artificial boundary between dementias and Parkinsonism, which represent the two most common symptoms found in degenerative central nervous system diseases. In Movement Disorders in Dementias, movement disorder specialists from around the world write on topics generally restricted to dementia experts. Important motor issues related to either medication in demented patients (drug-induced movement disorders) or manifestations common to all forms of dementia, regardless of underlying cause (gait disorders, falls, fear of falling), is followed by analysis of the relationship between motor and cognitive symptoms, from their common pathogenesis to specific medical treatments. Movement Disorders in Dementias is aimed at general neurologists, dementia specialists, movement disorders specialists, neuropsychologists and geriatricians."--Publisher's website.
  • "This new volume in the Handbook of Clinical Neurology presents a comprehensive review of the fundamental science and clinical treatment of psychiatric disorders. Advances in neuroscience have allowed for dramatic advances in the understanding of psychiatric disorders and treatment. Brain disorders, such as depression and schizophrenia, are the leading cause of disability worldwide. It is estimated that over 25% of the adult population in North America are diagnosed yearly with at least one mental disorder and similar results hold for Europe. Now that neurology and psychiatry agree that all mental disorders are in fact, "brain diseases," this volume provides a foundational introduction to the science defining these disorders and details best practices for psychiatric treatment."--Publisher's website.
  • Neurogenesis in the Adult Mammalian Brain: How Much Do We Need, How Much Do We Have? /Ilias Kazanis --Neurogenesis and Hippocampal Plasticity in Adult Brain /Yan Gu, Stephen Janoschka, Shaoyu Ge --Adult-Born Neurons in the Olfactory Bulb: Integration and Functional Consequences /Gilles Gheusi, Gabriel Lepousez, Pierre-Marie Lledo --Network, Cellular, and Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Long-Term Memory Formation /Mariana Carasatorre, Víctor Ramírez-Amaya --Neurotrophins and Synaptic Plasticity /Andrea Gómez-Palacio-Schjetnan, Martha L. Escobar --Differential Effects of Stress and Glucocorticoids on Adult Neurogenesis /Timothy J. Schoenfeld, Elizabeth Gould --Effects of Environmental Enrichment Exposure on Synaptic Transmission and Plasticity in the Hippocampus /Michael J. Eckert, Wickliffe C. Abraham --All About Running: Synaptic Plasticity, Growth Factors and Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis /Carmen Vivar, Michelle C. Potter, Henriette van Praag --The Effect of Systemic Chemotherapy on Neurogenesis, Plasticity and Memory /Peter Wigmore --Novel Insights into Depression and Antidepressants: A Synergy Between Synaptogenesis and Neurogenesis? /Francis Rodriguez Bambico, Catherine Belzung --Deficient Plasticity in the Hippocampus and the Spiral of Addiction: Focus on Adult Neurogenesis /Juan J. Canales --Prolonged Running, not Fluoxetine Treatment, Increases Neurogenesis, but does not Alter Neuropathology, in the 3xTg Mouse Model of Alzheimer's Disease /Michael W. Marlatt, Michelle C. Potter --Hippocampal Neurogenesis and Ageing /Sébastien Couillard-Després --Repair of the CNS Using Endogenous and Transplanted Neural Stem Cells /R. C. Trueman, A. Klein, H. S. Lindgren, M. J. Lelos.
  • Within the field of neuroscience, the past few decades have witnessed an exponential growth of research into the brain mechanisms underlying both normal and pathological states of consciousness in humans. The development of sophisticated imaging techniques (above all fMRI and PET) to visualize and map brain activity in vivo has opened new avenues in our understanding of the pathological processes involved in common neuropsychiatric disorders affecting consciousness, such as epilepsy, coma, vegetative states, dissociative disorders, and dementia. This book presents the state of the art in neuroimaging exploration of the brain correlates of the alterations in consciousness across these conditions, with a particular focus on the potential applications for diagnosis and management. Although the book has a practical approach and is primarily targeted at neurologists, neuroradiologists, and psychiatrists, a wide range of researchers and health care professionals will find it an essential reference that explains the significance of neuroimaging of consciousness for clinical practice. Within the field of neuroscience, the past few decades have witnessed an exponential growth of research into the brain mechanisms underlying both normal and pathological states of consciousness in humans. The development of sophisticated imaging techniques (above all fMRI and PET) to visualize and map brain activity in vivo has opened new avenues in our understanding of the pathological processes involved in common neuropsychiatric disorders affecting consciousness, such as epilepsy, coma, vegetative states, dissociative disorders, and dementia. This book presents the state of the art in neuroimaging exploration of the brain correlates of the alterations in consciousness across these conditions, with a particular focus on the potential applications for diagnosis and management. Although the book has a practical approach and is primarily targeted at neurologists, neuroradiologists, and psychiatrists, a wide range of researchers and health care professionals will find it an essential reference that explains the significance of neuroimaging of consciousness for clinical practice.
  • Neural principles of neurological and psychiatric disorders / Frank I. Tarazi and Marc J. Kaufman -- Pharmacotherapeutic principles of neurological and psychiatric disorders / John A. Schetz -- Alzheimer's disease / Mark P. Mattson -- Huntington's disease / Susan E. Browne -- Parkinson's disease / Thomas Wichmann -- Schizophrenia / Stephan Heckers and Sabina Berretta -- Autism spectrum disorders / Evdokia Anagnostou and Eric Hollander -- Tourette's syndrome / James E. Swain, Robert A. King, and James F. Leckman -- Obsessive/compulsive disorder / David S. Husted, Nathan A. Shapira, and Wayne K. Goodman -- Unipolar depression / Julie A. Blendy and Irwin Lucki -- Bipolar disorder / Leonardo Tondo ... [et al.] -- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder / Kehong Zhang, Eugen Davids, and Ross J. Baldessarini.
  • Part I. Introduction -- Part II. Neuropsychiatric Syndromes -- Part III. Seizure Disorders -- Part IV. Traumatic Brain Injury -- Part V. Vascular and Inflammatory Disorders -- Part VI. Neurodegenerative Disorders.
  • Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Cerebrovascular Diseases is an up-to-date, comprehensive review of the neuropsychiatry of stroke, by active authorities in the field, with an emphasis on diagnostic and management issues. Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Cerebrovascular Diseases includes critical appraisal of the methodological aspects and limitations of the current research on the neuropsychiatry of stroke and on unanswered questions/controversies. Pharmacological aspects of management are discussed, to provide robust information on drug dosages, side effects and interaction, in order to enable the reader to manage these patients more safely. Illustrative cases provide real life scenarios that are clinically relevant and engaging to read. Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Cerebrovascular Diseases is aimed at neurologists, stroke physicians and psychiatrists, and will also be of interest to intensive care doctors, psychologists ad neuropsychologists, research and specialist nurses, clinical researchers and methodologists.
  • Once viewed as a somewhat vague metaphysical construct, not suitable for behavioral inquiry, attention is now recognized as a core cognitive function, essential to the brain's processing of outside stimuli. Not surprisingly in an era of advanced information technologies--and rising rates of ADD--attention has also emerged as a significant area of study within neuropsychology. The Second Edition of Neuropsychology of Attention reflects this evolution, integrating fruitful lines of inquiry from disciplines as varied as psychology, medicine, and cognitive science, and synthesizing the current state of attention-related theory, conceptualization, findings, and therapy. Focusing on cognitive, behavioral, and neural processes, mechanisms, and disorders, this reference expands on previous models of brain structures and function in light of the latest theoretical and technological advances. Imaging, clinical, and experimental data locate attention in the context of executive functioning and track the attentional effects of specific conditions from depression to TBI to Alzheimer's disease. And the book's updated clinical chapters offer state of the art methods for the assessment and treatment of attention disturbances, providing possibilities for addressing these and other real-life concerns. Included in the coverage: Phenomenology, history and evolution of the neuropsychology of attention. Behavioral and cognitive manifestations and processes of attention. Relationships of attention to consciousness, awareness and memory. Neural substrates of attention. Functional brain systems underlying attention. Impact on attention of specific neurological, psychiatric, and medical illnesses. Current methods for assessing attentional disorders. Effective behavioral treatments and pharmacotherapy. Neural, behavioral, and physical constraints on attention. New directions from neuroimaging and computational neuroscience. The Second Edition of Neuropsychology of Attention brings a variety of professionals up to speed, including neuropsychologists, cognitive neuroscientists, health psychologists, primary care physicians, and educators.
  • Historical perspective -- Neuroanatomy -- Cells of the nervous system -- Neurotransmitters -- Receptors and signaling the nucleus -- Hormones and the brain -- Adult development and plasticity -- Pain -- Pleasure -- Appetite -- Anger and aggression -- Sleep -- Sex and the brain -- Social attachment -- Memory -- Intelligence -- Attention -- Depression -- Anxiety -- Schizophrenia -- Alzheimer's disease.
  • Part I: The Basics of Hallucinations -- An Epistemological Approach: History of Concepts and Ideas About Hallucinations in Classical Psychiatry -- Hallucinatory Experiences in Non-clinical Populations -- Hallucinations and Other Sensory Deceptions in Psychiatric Disorders -- Hallucinations Associated with Neurological Disorders and Sensory Loss -- Standardized Assessment of Hallucinations -- Part II: Cognitive Models of Hallucinations -- The "Bottom-Up" and "Top-Down" Components of the Hallucinatory Phenomenon -- Speech Processing and Auditory Hallucinations -- The Role of Memory Retrieval and Emotional Salience in the Emergence of Auditory Hallucinations -- Misattributions Models (I): Metacognitive Beliefs and Hallucinations -- Misattribution Models (II): Source Monitoring in Hallucinating Schizophrenia Subjects -- Time Perception and Discrimination in Individuals Suffering from Hallucinations -- Part III: Neurobiological and Computational Models of Hallucinations -- A Neurodevelopmental Perspective on Hallucinations -- Candidate Genes Involved in the Expression of Psychotic Symptoms: A Focus on Hallucinations -- Animal Models and Hallucinogenic Drugs -- Cannabis and Hallucinations: Studies in Human Subjects -- Computational Models of Hallucinations -- Part IV: Brain-Imaging Insight into Hallucinations -- Electrophysiological Exploration of Hallucinations (EEG, MEG) -- Structural Imaging of the "Hallucinating" Brain in Schizophrenia -- Functional Brain Imaging of Auditory Hallucinations: From Self-Monitoring Deficits to Co-opted Neural Resources -- Functional Brain Imaging of Hallucinations: Symptom Capture Studies -- Brain Functioning When the Voices Are Silent: Aberrant Default Modes in Auditory Verbal Hallucinations -- Connectivity Issues of the 'Hallucinating' Brain -- Part V: Innovative Therapeutic Approaches of Hallucinations -- Beyond Monotherapy: The HIT Story -- The Psychopharmacology of Hallucinations: Ironic Insights into Mechanisms of Action -- Neuromodulation Techniques to Treat Hallucinations -- The Future of Brain Stimulation to Treat Hallucinations -- Perspectives in Brain Imaging and Computer-Assisted Technologies for the Treatment of Hallucinations -- Conclusion: Key Issues for Future Research in the Neuroscience of Hallucinations.
  • Non-suicidal self-injury and eating disorders represent significant problems among today's youth and pose unique challenges for clinicians, particularly when they co-occur. This book is a rare resource in that it provides cutting-edge information on the interactions between self-injury and disordered eating, empirically informed treatments for the co-occurrence of these behaviors, and specific topics relevant to understanding nuances in the risk factors, treatment, and prevention of both self-injury and eating disorders. Practitioners, graduate students, and researchers working within this specialized area will find this text to be instrumental in advancing their knowledge and improving the treatment of self-injury in those with eating disorders.
  • Pain and depression 2004, Karger
  • Part I. Overview -- Introduction -- Pathophysiology of parasomnias -- Classification of parasomnias -- Diagnosing parasomnias -- Part II. Clinical characteristics of arousal disorders -- Sleepwalking and its variants in adults -- Sleepwalking in children and adolescents -- Sleep terrors and confusional arousals in adults -- Sleep terrors and confusional arousals in children and adolescents -- Part III. Clinical characteristics of sleep-wake transition disorders -- Sleep starts and sleep talking -- Part IV. Clinical characteristics of parasomnias associated with REM sleep -- Physiology and content of dreams -- Nightmare disorders in adults -- Nightmare disorders in children -- Recurrent isolated sleep paralysis (RISP) -- Sleep-related hallucinations -- REM behavior disorder in adults -- REM behavior disorder in children -- Part V. Other parasomnias -- Nocturnal paroxysmal dystonia -- Sleep related dissociative disorders -- Sleep bruxism -- Nocturnal enuresis -- Sleep-related eating disorders: a separate entity or part of the NES clinical spectrum? -- Parasomnia overlap disorder -- Part VI. Neurological, psychiatric and medical disorders presenting as parasomnias -- Neurological conditions associated with parasomnias -- Psychiatric disorders presenting with parasomnias -- Medical disorders presenting with parasomnias -- Parasomnias caused by other conditions -- Part VIII. Interventions for parasomnias -- Treatment of parasomnias -- Use of alternative medicines in parasomnias for adults and children -- Part VIII. Medioclegal aspects -- Sexxomnia: a medicolegal case-based approach in analyzing potential sleep-related abnormal sexual behaviors -- Forensic aspects of the parasomnias.
  • 1. Overview of parent-child interaction therapy -- 2. Research on PCIT -- 3. Intake assessment and therapy orientation session -- 4. Teaching child-directed interaction -- 5. Coaching child-directed interaction -- 6. Teaching parent-directed interaction -- 7. Coaching parent-directed interaction -- 8. Progressing through the parent-directed interaction sessions -- 9. Younger children -- 10. Older children -- 11. Siblings -- 12. Autism spectrum disorders -- 13. Child physical abuse -- 14. Anxiety disorders -- 15. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder -- 16. Extremely aggressive and explosive children -- 17. Marital conflict -- 18. Parents with major life stressors -- 19. Ethnic minority children and families -- 20. Staff-child interaction therapy -- 21. Teacher-child interaction therapy for preschool classrooms -- 22. School consultation -- 23. Home-based PCIT: from the lab to the living room -- 24. PCIT around the world -- 25. Training issues -- Appendices -- Subject Index.
  • Part I: Neurobiology and Temperament -- Fear Models in Animals and Humans -- Neurobiology of Pediatric Anxiety Disorders -- Temperamental Risk Factors for Pediatric Anxiety Disorders -- Part II: Anxiety Disorders -- Generalized Anxiety Disorder in Children and Adolescents -- Pediatric Social Phobia -- Specific Phobias -- Separation Anxiety Disorder -- Panic Disorder -- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Children and Adolescents -- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Children and Adolescents -- Selective Mutism -- Part III: Assessment and Treatment --Assessment of Anxiety Disorders: Categorical and Dimensional Perspectives -- Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Pediatric Anxiety Disorders -- Psychopharmacology of Pediatric Anxiety Disorders -- Part IV: Special Topics -- Anxiety in Children with Chronic Medical Illness -- Anxiety in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
  • pt. 1. Foundations of collaborative care -- pt. 2. Collaboration with pediatricians in specific settings -- pt. 3. Collaboration with pediatricians in treatment of specific disorders -- pt. 4. Future directions in pharmacological collaboration.
  • Perinatal Depression among Spanish-Speaking and Latin American Women:A Global Perspective on Detection and Treatment. As more is known about postpartum depression, the more it is recognized as a global phenomenon. Yet despite the large numbers, information about this condition as experienced by Spanish speaking women and Latinas has not always been easy to come by. Perinatal Depression among Spanish-Speaking and Latin American Women focuses on four diverse Latina populations (Mexico, Chile, Spain, and U.S.) to analyze key similarities and differences within this large and wide-ranging group. This first-of-its-kind reference reviews current research on the topic, including prevalence, screening methods, interventions, and--of particular salience for this population--barriers to care. Findings on psychoeducation, assessment tools, and cognitive-behavioral and other forms of therapy provide important insights into best practices, and continuity of care. And psychosocial, cultural, and linguistic considerations in working with Latinas are described in depth for added clinical usefulness. This landmark volume: Outlines characteristics of Spanish-speaking women and Latinas screened for postpartum depression Introduces the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale, English and Spanish versions, and reviews their use with Latina women Compares postpartum depression and health behaviors in Spanish and Latina immigrant mothers Offers streamlined assessment-to-intervention models Provides two in-depth case studies illustrating cultural factors influencing the treatment of Latinas with perinatal depression Presents an instructive firsthand account of postpartum depression. Between its thorough coverage of the issues and its innovative clinical ideas, Perinatal Depression among Spanish-Speaking and Latin American Women has a wealth of information of interest to researchers and practitioners in maternal and child health, obstetrics/gynecology, mental health, and women's health.
  • A historical perspective on the psychiatry of motherhood / I. Brockington -- Diagnostic classification of perinatal mood disorders / A. Riecher-Rössler, A. Rohde -- Maternal adversity, vulnerability, and disease / S.G. Matthews, M.J. Meaney -- Behavioral perinatology / P.D. Wadhwa -- Maternal depression: an adverse early environment / A.J. Beach ... [et al.] -- Perinatal infanticide and suicide / M.G. Spinelli -- Relevance of gonadal hormones to perinatal mood and anxiety disorders / A. Ahokas ... [et al.] --Pharmacotherapy for psychiatric disorders in pregnancy / L.E. Ross ... [et al.] -- Maternal depression in the postpartum period: impact of breast-feeding on treatment planning / Z.N. Stowe, K. Ragan, D.J. Newport -- The use of interpersonal psychotherapy for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders / S. Stuart, M.W. O'Hara -- Group psychotherapy for depression in early stages of motherhood / M. Hofecker-Fallahpour, A. Riecher-Rössler -- Alternative treatment strategies for perinatal depression and anxiety / M. O'Higgins, V. Glover, M. Corral.
  • One tablet or two? : towards the development of pharmacogenomically informed drug dose individualization / Kirchheiner, J. ... [et al.] -- Pharmacogenomics : reflecting on the old and new social, ethical and policy issues in postgenomics medicine / Ozdemir, V. -- Pharmacogenomics and personality : role of CYP2D6 and implications for psychopathology / Peñas-LLedó, E.M.; Dorado, P.; Llerena, A. -- Pharmacogenetics of schizophrenia : bringing 'order to chaos' in the psychopharmacology of schizophrenia? / Buckley, P.F.; Miller, D.D.; Foster, A. -- Pharmacogenomics of depression / Serretti, A.; Drago, A.; Spina, E. -- Pharmacogenomics of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder / Froehlich, T.; Stein, M.A. -- Pharmacogenomics of eating disorders / Monteleone, P.; Maj, M. -- Future of personalized prescription in psychiatry / de Leon, J.
  • Although monotherapy is generally recommended as the treatment of choice, treatment resistance of patients with psychosis, cognitive, mood and anxiety disorders represents a significant clinical problem. In this context, augmentation and combination strategies are commonly employed to address this problem. Although multiple medication use common in psychiatric practice, reasons, efficacy and safety for polypharmacy, and augmentative strategies have remained unclear. It remains unclear if there is an evidence base to support polypharmacy. Furthermore, excessive and inappropriate use of psychotropic medications has been recognized as a public health problem.
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder: definition, prevalence, and risk factors / Terence M. Keane, Brian P. Marx, and Denise M. Sloan -- The amygdala and the neural pathways of fear / Jacek Dębiec and Joseph LeDoux -- Physiology of the amygdala: implications for PTSD / Donald G. Rainnie and Kerry J. Ressler -- Counteracting molecular pathways regulating the reduction of fear: implications for the treatment of anxiety diseases / Andre Fischer and Li-Huei Tsai -- Memory in PTSD: a neurocognitive approach / Mieke Verfaellie and Jennifer J. Vasterling -- Toward animal models of post-traumatic stress disorder / Hagit Cohen and Gal Richter-Levin -- PTSD: from neurons to networks / Rajnish P. Rao ... [et al.] -- Arousal neurons in the brain / Priyattam J. Shiromani and Carlos Blanco-Centurion -- Hyperarousal and post-traumatic stress disorder: a role for the hypocretin system / Matt Carter and Luis de Lecea -- The locus coeruleus-noradrenergic system and stress: implications for post-traumatic stress disorder / Craig W. Berridge -- Effect of stress on sleep and its relationship to post-traumatic stress disorder / L.D. Sanford and X. Tang -- Stress hormones and PTSD / Rachel Yehuda -- Low basal cortisol and startle responding as possible biomarkers of PTSD: the influence of internalizing and externalizing comorbidity / Mark W. Miller, Erika J. Wolf, Laura Fabricant, and Nathan Stein -- Functional neuroimaging in post-traumatic stress disorder / Israel Liberzon and Sarah N. Garfinkel -- The amygdala in post-traumatic stress disorder / Lisa M. Shin -- Pharmacologic treatment of PTSD / Murray A. Raskind -- Guided imagery as a therapeutic tool in post-traumatic stress disorder / Jennifer L. Strauss, Patrick S. Calhoun, and Christine E. Marx -- Virtual reality exposure therapy for combat-related PTSD / Albert Rizzo ... [et al.].
  • Since the earliest years of its development, Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP) has been hailed for its clinical innovation and transformative power with clients across the range of disorders. Building on the foundations of their earlier volumes about this versatile therapy, the editors of The Practice of Functional Analytic Psychotherapy bring together noted clinicians and researchers to explain in depth how FAP can be used in conjunction with a broad spectrum of therapeutic approaches, and with diverse client populations. The hallmarks of the method, including therapist sensitivity and responding to client behavior in the moment, courage, mindfulness, acceptance, and egalitarianism, inform a wide array of interventions and strategies, among them: Integrating FAP with other treatments, including cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, behavioral activation, psychodynamic therapies, and feminist therapies. Applying FAP across cultures, nationalities, and ethnicities. Employing FAP with couples. Increasing sensitivity to and effectiveness with sexual minority clients. Modifying FAP for developmentally appropriate use with adolescents. Enhancing a team approach with severely mentally ill patients in institutional settings. Strengthening the power of interpersonal process groups. As a new tool or an enhancement to current practice, these applications of FAP will give therapists an empowering complement to their work. The Practice of Functional Analytic Psychotherapy points to compelling directions in personal growth and change on both sides of the therapeutic bond.
  • Defining competence and identifying target skills / Douglas W. Nangle ... [et al.] -- Social-cognitive models and skills / Cynthia A. Erdley ... [et al.] -- A conceptual basis in social learning theory / Douglas W. Nangle ... [et al.] -- Social skills and psychological adjustment / Christopher Campbell, David J. Hansen, and Douglas W. Nangle -- Assessing children and adolescents / Cynthia A. Erdley ... [et al.] -- Assessing adults / Peter J. Norton, Amie E. Grills-Taquechel, and Mona Raouf -- Social skills interventions / Ashley J. Smith ... [et al.] -- Developmental factors related to the assessment of social skills / Karen L. Bierman, Marcela M. Torres, and Hannah-Lise T. Schofield -- Diversity considerations in assessing social skills / Peter J. Norton ... [et al.] -- Anger and aggression / John E. Lochman ... [et al.] -- Social anxiety and withdrawl / Peter J. Norton -- Assessment of social skills and intellectual disability / Luc Lecavalier and Eric M. Butter -- Assessment of social skills and social competence in learners with autism spectrum disorders / Peter F. Gerhardt and Erik Mayville -- Schizophrenia / Jason E. Vogler ... [et al.] -- Assessment of social skills in substance use disorder / Lindsay S. Ham and Tracey A. Garcia -- Child measures / Agnieszka K. Serwik, Lauren J. Holleb, and Jessica Fales -- Adolescent measures / Kathryn R. Wilson, Judith A. Jordan, and Amanda M. Kras -- Adult measures / Peter J. Norton -- Appendices: A. Quick-view quides -- Child measure / Sheryle A. Moore -- B. Reprints of selected measures -- Child measures -- Adolescent measures -- Adult measures -- C. Glossary.
  • pt. 1.Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology --Definition and Historical Review of Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology --The Foundation of Psychiatric Epidemiology Research --Introduction --pt. 2.Findings on Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology in Japan --Activities of the Department of Neuropsychiatry Nagasaki University School of Medicine, as a World Health Organization Collaborating Center --Studies on Schizophrenia --Studies on Affective Disorders --Studies on Patient with Affective Disorders in General Practice --Development from Atomic Bomb Diseases to Survivors' Mental Health Support: Findings on Disaster Psychiatry.

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