Books by Subject


  • 2011From: Springer
    edited by Bankole A. Johnson.
    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.
  • 2011From: Springer
    John F. Kelly, William L. White, editors.
    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.
  • Marla McDaniel, S. Darius Tandon, Caroline Heller, Gina Adams, Susan J. Popkin.
    This brief offers strategies for service providers in public or assisted housing communities to develop strong home visiting services for highly distressed families battling challenges such as depression, substance abuse, or domestic violence. It also provides information on one strategy in particular--the SCRIPT model--that gives concrete instructions for better serving families' mental health and other needs in home visiting programs. The brief also offers insights into how the model's framework could be adapted to allow local communities to respond to their community's particular needs, challenges, and contexts.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Craig B.H. Surman, editor.
    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.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Emilio Sacchetti, Antonio Vita, Alberto Siracusano, Wolfgang Fleischhacker.
    Poor adherence to therapy is one of the main obstacles to treatment effectiveness in schizophrenia. It is the main determinant of relapse, hospitalization, symptom persistence, and poor psychosocial functioning and outcome. Adherence to treatment is affected by various factors related to the disease characteristics, to the patient him- or herself, to the treatment, and to the therapeutic relationship. Some of these factors are modifiable, and both pharmacological and non-pharmacological strategies have been developed for this purpose.This book addresses the different aspects of adherence to treatment in schizophrenia and related disorders in a systematic but easy-to-use manual format. Chapters focus on a full range of issues, including pharmacological and non-pharmacological strategies to enhance adherence and continuity of care, relevant psychological factors, the importance of the patient-doctor relationship, and the need for an alliance with other care-givers. Adherence to Antipsychotics in Schizophrenia will be an invaluable asset for all who are involved in the care of patients with schizophrenia.
  • 2013From: Springer
    J.J. Sandra Kooij.
    1. Introduction -- 2. Diagnostic assessment -- 3. Diagnostic instruments -- 4. Treatment -- 5. Treatment: coaching adults with ADHD -- 6. Setup and organization of a specialist department.
  • v. 5-, 1967-From: Karger
    Wise, Thomas N.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Wagner F. Gattaz, Geraldo Busatto, editors.
  • 2006-From: PsychiatryOnline
    [American Psychiatric Association].
    "American Psychiatric Association (APA) practice guidelines provide evidence-based recommendations for the assessment and treatment of psychiatric disorders. Practice guidelines are intended to assist in clinical decision making by presenting systematically developed patient care strategies in a standardized format." Includes a Legacy Collection with a caveat that materials may not be current.
  • 2015From: PsychiatryOnline
    edited by David C. Steffens, Dan G. Blazer, Mugdha E. Thakur.
    Demography and epidemiology of psychiatric disorders in late life / Celia F. Hybels, Ph.D., and Dan G. Blazer, M.D., Ph.D -- Physiological and clinical considerations of geriatric patient care / Robert M. Kaiser, M.D., M.H.Sc -- Genomics in geriatric psychiatry / Aaron M. Koenig, M.D., and Robert A. Sweet, M.D -- The psychiatric interview of older adults / Dan G. Blazer, M.D., Ph.D -- Use of the laboratory in the diagnostic workup of older adults / Sophia Wang, M.D., Mugdha Thakur, M.D., and P. Murali Doraiswamy, M.B.B.S., F.R.C.P -- Neuropsychological assessment of dementia / Kathleen A. Welsh-Bohmer, Ph.D., AND Deborah K. Attix, Ph.D -- Delirium / Jane S. Saczynski, Ph.D., AND Sharon K. Inouye, M.D., M.P.H -- Dementia and mild neurocognitive disorders / Eitan Z. Kimchi, M.D., and Constantine G. Lyketsos, M.D., M.H.S -- Mood disorders / David C. Steffens, M.D., M.H.Sc -- Bipolar disorder in late life / John L. Beyer, M.D -- Schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders / Jeanne E. Maglione, M.D., Ph.D., Ipsit V. Vahia, M.D., and Dilip V. Jeste M.D -- Anxiety disorders / Eric J. Lenze, M.D., Jan Mohlman, Ph.D., and Julie Loebach Wetherell, Ph.D -- Somatic symptom and related disorders / Marc E. Agronin, MD -- Sexuality and aging / Marc E. Agronin, MD -- Bereavement / Moria J. Smoski, Ph.D., Stephanie T. Jenal, Ph.D., and Larry W. Thompson, Ph.D -- Sleep and circadian rhythm disorders / Andrew D. Krystal, M.D., M.S., and Mugdha Thakur, M.D -- Alcohol and drug problems / Shahrzad Mavandadi, Ph.D., and David W. Oslin, M.D -- Personality disorders / Thomas E. Oxman, M.D -- Agitation and suspiciousness / Mugdha E. Thakur, M.D., and Lisa P. Gwyther, M.S.W -- Psychopharmacology / Benoit H. Mulsant, M.D., and Bruce G. Pollock, M.D., Ph.D -- Electroconvulsive therapy and other forms of brain stimulation / Richard D. Weiner, M.D., Ph.D., and Mustafa M. Husain, M.D -- Nutrition and physical activity / Kathryn Porter Starr, Ph.D., R.D., Connie Watkins Bales, Ph.D., R.D., and Martha E. Payne, Ph.D., R.D., M.P.H -- Individual and group psychotherapy / Moria J. Smoski, Ph.D., and Patricia A. Arean, Ph.D -- Working with families of older adults / Lisa P. Gwyther, M.S.W., and Diane E. Meglin, M.S.W -- Clinical psychiatry in the nursing home / Joel E. Streim, M.D.
  • 2014From: PsychiatryOnline
    edited by Robert E. Hales, Stuart C. Yudofsky, Laura Weiss Roberts ; with foreward by David J. Kupfer.
  • 2009From: PsychiatryOnline
    edited by Alan F. Schatzberg and Charles B. Nemeroff.
  • 2015From: PsychiatryOnline
    edited by Marc Galanter, M.D., Herbert D. Kleber, M.D., Kathleen T. Brady, M.D., Ph.D..
    Section I. The basis of addictive disorders -- Neurobiology of addiction -- Genetics of addiction -- Epidemiology of addiction -- Cross-cultural aspects of addiction -- Section II. The nature of treatment -- Science in the treatment of substance abuse -- Assessment of the patient -- Screening and brief intervention -- Patient placement criteria -- "Recovery" in chronic care disease management -- Section III. Specific drugs of abuse -- Neurobiology of alcohol use disorder -- Treatment of alcohol intoxication and alcohol withdrawal -- Neurobiology of stimulants -- Clinical management: cocaine -- Clinical management: methamphetamine -- Hallucinogens and club drugs -- Tobacco use disorder -- Benzodiazepines and other sedatives and hypnotics -- Treatment of anabolic-androgenic steroid-related disorders -- Neurobiology of opiates and opioids -- Opioid detoxification -- Methadone and buprenorphine maintenance -- Opioid antagonists -- Neurobiology of marijuana -- Treatment of cannabis use disorder -- Section IV. Treatment modalities -- Psychodynamic psychotherapy -- Cognitive-behavioral therapies -- Motivational enhancement -- Twelve-step facilitation -- Contingency management -- Network therapy -- Group therapy -- Family therapy -- Section V. Rehabilitation settings -- Inpatient treatment -- Therapeutic communities -- Community-based treatment -- History of alcoholics anonymous and the experiences of patients -- Psychological mechanisms in alcoholics anonymous -- Outcomes research on twelve-step programs -- Section VI. Special populations -- Women and addiction -- Perinatal substance use disorders -- Adolescent substance use disorders: epidemiology, neurobiology, and screening -- Adolescent substance use disorders: transition to substance abuse, prevention, and treatment -- Psychiatric consultation in pain and addiction -- Prevention of prescription drug abuse -- HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C -- Substance use disorders among physicians -- Substance use issues among gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people -- Minorities -- Section VII. Special topics -- Testing to identify recent drug use -- Medical education on addiction -- Prevention of substance abuse -- Forensic addiction psychiatry -- Substance abuse and mental illness -- Substance-related and addictive disorders.
  • edited by Marc Galanter, Herbert D. Kleber.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    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.
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by Michael Ritsner.
    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.
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by Michael Ritsner.
    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.
  • 2011From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Patricio O'Donnell.
    Method to the madness : producing the neonatal ventral hippocampal lesion rat model of schizophrenia / R. Andrew Chambers and Barbara K. Lipska -- Gestational MAM (methylazoxymethanol) administration : a promising animal model for psychosis onset / Gwenaelle Le Pen [and others] -- Prenatal infection and immune models of schizophrenia / Alan S. Brown -- Hypoxic rat model for obstetric complications in schizophrenia / Andrea Schmitt [and others] -- Developmental vitamin D (DVD) model of schizophrenia / Darryl W. Eyles [and others] -- Studying schizophrenia in a dish : use of primary neuronal cultures to study the long-term effects of NMDA receptor antagonists on parvalbumin-positive fast-spiking interneurons / M. Margarita Behrens -- Glutathione deficit and redox dysregulation in animal models of schizophrenia / Pascal Steullet [and others] -- Psychiatric genetics and the generation of mutant animal models / P. Alexander Arguello and Joseph A. Gogos -- DISC1 mouse models / Yavuz Ayhan [and others] -- Genetically engineered mice for schizophrenia research / Juan E. Belforte and Kazu Nakazawa -- Epigenetic animal models of GABAergic deficit in mental disorders / Patricia Tueting, Erminio Costa, and Alessandro Guidotti -- Modeling schizophrenia in neuregulin 1 and ErbB4 mutant mice / Yisheng Lu [and others].
  • 2008From: Springer
    Sherry H. Stewart, Patricia J. Conrod editors.
    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.
  • 2013From: Karger
    volume editors, D.S. Baldwin, B.E. Leonard.
    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.
  • 2008From: Springer
    John R. Vanin and James D. Helsley ; foreword by David M. Morgan.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Dan J. Stein, Bavi Vythilingum, editors.
    Foreword by Donna Stewart (Toronto) and Helen Herman (Australia) -- Introduction -- Generalised Anxiety Disorder -- Panic Disorder -- Social Anxiety Disorder -- Obsessive-compulsive and Related Disorders -- Trauma and Stressor-Related Disorders -- Anxiety disorders during pregnancy and lactation -- Anxiety and related disorders in women -- Anxiety and related disorders in men.
  • 2008From: Springer
    Michael J. Zvolensky, Jasper A.J. Smits [editors].
    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.
  • edited by E. Başar, C. Başar-Eroğlu, A. Özerdem, P.M. Rossini, G.G. Yener.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Ivan Izquierdo.
    How do we forget? Why do we need to forget? This book intends to answer to these and other questions. It aims to demonstrate that each one is who it is due to their own memories. Thus, distinguish between the information we should keep from those we should forget is an difficult art. In this book, the author discusses about the different types of memory, the main types of forgetting (avoidance, extinction and repression), their brain areas and their mechanisms. In this sense, the art of forgetting, or the art of do not saturate our memory mechanisms, is something innate, that benefits us anonymously, keeping us from sinking amidst our own memories. The essays that compose this book go through several aspects, since individuals to societies' memory. By the end of the book, the reader will be able to understand that we forget to be able to think, to live and to survive.
  • 2009From: Springer
    edited by Johnny L. Matson, Frank Andrasik, Michael L. Matson.
    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.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Sam Goldstein, Jack A. Naglieri, editors.
    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.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Kenneth Shapiro, Mary Lou Randour, Susan Krinsk, Joann L. Wolf.
    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.
  • Enoch Callaway.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    "In his witty and warm history of Worcester State Hospital, founded in 1833 as the first state insane asylum in this nation, Dr. Enoch Callaway reflects not just on the events in this fortress-like place, but also on how those events parallel advances and failures in the field of psychiatry itself. He includes patient/psychiatrist vignettes showing treatment techniques of the period - from farm work to early electric shock therapy and insulin treatments that put schizophrenics in a 90-minute coma. In addition, he offers sharp insight into 'natural' treatments that showed remarkable results, as well as into unexpected recoveries stimulated by tools as simple as a hand mirror. At times, Worcester may seem brutal, at other times its simplicity seems pure and caring. There are marvelous successes, and times when the facility seems no more than a warehouse for the mentally ill. Callaway argues that this history offers lessons about the treatment - and options for better treatment - of the mentally ill in society today."--Book jacket.
  • 2014Limited to 1 simultaneous userFrom: ProQuest Ebook Central
    Charles S. Bryan.
    Dr. James Woods Babcock, superintendent of the South Carolina State Hospital for the Insane from 1891 to 1914, led the American response to pellagra, producing the first English-language treatise on the disease and organizing the meetings of the National Association for the Study of Pellagra.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Hrayr P. Attarian, Nidhi S. Undevia.
    Normal Sleep Stages -- Normal Electroencephalography Variants in Sleep -- Nonepileptiform Abnormalities -- Epileptiform Abnormalities -- Artifacts.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    edited by Helen K. Fletcher, Andrea Flood and Dougal Julian Hare.
    1. Introduction -- 2. An overview of attachment theory: Bowlby and beyond -- 3. Attachment relationships between parents and their children: The impact of 'the loss of the healthy child' -- 4. Assessing attachment relationships in people with intellectual disabilities -- 5. Autism Spectrum Disorder and attachment: A clinician's perspective -- 6. Maintaining the bond: Working with people who are described as showing challenging behaviour using a framework based on attachment theory -- 7. Psychotherapy and attachment dynamics in people with intellectual disabilities: A personal view -- 8. Adult attachment and care staff functioning -- 9. Have a heart: Helping services to provide emotionally aware support -- 10. Attachment trauma and pathological mourning in adults with intellectual disabilities -- 11. Attachment, personality disorder and offending: Clinical implications -- 12. Getting Intimate: Using attachment theory to understand intimate relationships in our work with people with intellectual disabilities -- Index.
  • 2008From: IngentaConnect
    Lee-Ann Monk.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2017From: Oxford Medicine Online
    edited by Lily Hechtman.
    The book provides a comprehensive summary of the best known and most highly respected well-controlled long-term prospective follow-up studies in ADHD. These studies followed children with ADHD and matched controls into young adulthood (mean age 20-25 years) and middle-age (mean age 41 years). They explore a wide variety of outcome areas, e.g. education, occupation, emotional and psychiatric functioning, substance use and abuse, sexual behavior, as well as legal problems. One chapter focuses particularly on the outcome of girls with ADHD. Outcome areas explored are thus comprehensive and clinically very relevant. The book also explores the possible predictors of adult outcome. A whole chapter is devoted to treatment (medication and psychosocial) as a predictor of outcome. In addition to treatment, predictors explored include characteristics of the child (e.g., IQ, severity of initial ADHD symptoms, initial comorbidity characteristics of the family, e.g., socioeconomic status, single parenthood, parental pathology, and family functioning. In a summary chapter, the impact and importance of these various predictors in different outcome areas, e.g. education, occupation, emotional/social functioning, antisocial behavior, substance use and abuse and risky sexual and driving behaviors are explored. In summary, the book provides a comprehensive view of the prognosis, e.g., long-term outcome of ADHD and key factors which can influence this outcome. Professionals and the general public will thus get a clear view of what can happen to children with ADHD as they proceed through adolescence and adulthood and address important prognostic and predictive factors in their treatment approaches to ensure better long-term outcome in patients with ADHD.
  • 2010From: Karger
    volume editors, Wolfgang Retz, Rachel G. Klein.
    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.
  • 2014From: Cambridge
    edited by Lenard Adler, Thomas J. Spencer, Timothy Wilens.
    "Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a chronic neurobehavioral disorder characterized by persistent and often acute distractibility, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. It is a condition usually associated with children but in recent years the diagnosis of ADHD in adults has risen significantly. ADHD often coexists with a wide array of other psychiatric illnesses, including depression and bipolar disorder, thus complicating its assessment and management. In Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Adults and Children, a team of world renowned experts bring together the recent research in this area and cover the history, diagnosis, epidemiology, comorbidity, neuroimaging, and a full spectrum of clinical options for the management of ADHD. The wide ranging, detailed coverage in this text will be of interest to psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, coaches, physicians, or anyone who wants to develop a deeper understanding of the etiology, characteristics, developmental process, diagnostics, and range of treatment modalities"--Provided by publisher.
  • Magali Holt Arons.
    Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) are a pervasive set of neurodevelopmental disorders that are characterized by deficits in social interaction and communication. ASDs are diagnosed in 1 out of 88 children and are more common in males. ASDs are thought to be highly heritable and a wide variety of genetic mutations have been identified, including mutations in several synaptic proteins. This dissertation research explores convergent synaptic mechanisms underlying ASDs, specifically exploring several aspects of synaptic biology that are disrupted by autism-associated mutations in the ProSAP/Shank family of postsynaptic scaffolding proteins, focusing primarily on one family member, ProSAP2/Shank3, for which the genetic data is strongest. Data collected for this thesis demonstrate that ProSAP/Shank proteins act within dendritic spines to coordinate pre- and postsynaptic changes in synaptic function by regulating the activation of Neurexin-Neuroligin signaling complexes. Intriguingly, autism mutations in ProSAP2/Shank3 were found to disrupt this transsynaptic signaling, thereby functionally linking several synaptic proteins implicated in ASDs. Mechanistic experiments revealed that ProSAP2/Shank3 activation and scaffold stability within postsynaptic densities (PSDs) are zinc-sensitive and that zinc supplementation can reactivate ProSAP2/Shank3 carrying an ASD mutations, partially or fully rescuing transsynaptic signaling. Importantly, zinc deficiencies are linked to mental retardation and thus may be a risk factor for autism by contributing to synaptic dysfunction within neuronal networks.
  • 2016From: Oxford Medicine Online
    edited by Christopher J. McDougle.
    Section 1: Background and diagnostic assessment. From infantile autism to autism spectrum: evolution of the diagnostic concept / Fred R. Volkmar -- Social, cognitive, and behavioral development of children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder / Kirstin Brown Birtwell, Brian Willoughby, and Lisa Nowinski -- Social, cognitive, and affective development of adults with autism spectrum disorder / Patricia Howlin and Iliana Magiati -- Differential diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder across the lifespan / Isobel W. Green, Christen L. Kidd, and Robert E. Accordino -- Medical evaluation of patients with autism spectrum disorder / Yamini J. Howe, Michelle L. Palumbo, and Ann Neumeyer -- Psychiatric comorbidity in autism spectrum disorder / Susan E. Folstein and Luis M. Carcache -- Neurological comorbidities in autism spectrum disorder / Fiona Baumer and Mustafa Sahin -- Genetic disorders associated with the autism spectrum disorder phenotype / Lawrence K. Fung and Allan L. Reiss -- Autism spectrum disorder in the elderly / Peter V. Rabins -- Section 2: Etiology. Neuroimaging of autism spectrum disorder / Nicole R. Zürcher and Jacob M. Hooker -- Genetics of autism spectrum disorder / Yamini J. Howe, Harrison Brand,and Michael E. Talkowski -- Epidemiology of autism spectrum disorder / Allison Presmanes Hill, Katharine Zuckerman, and Eric Fombonne -- Neuropathology of autism spectrum disorder / Matthew P. Anderson -- Immunological aspects of autism spectrum disorder / Thayne L. Sweeten and Christopher J. McDougle -- Section 3: Treatment. Behavioral treatment of autism spectrum disorder / Suzannah Iadarola and Tristram Smith -- Psychopharmacology of autism spectrum disorder / James T. McCracken and Michael Gandal -- Complementary and alternative (biomedical) treatments for autism spectrum disorder / Robert L. Hendren -- Speech and language assessment and treatment for autism spectrum disorder / Katelyn A. Bruno, Kristina L. Gulati, and Maria Mody -- Occupational therapy for autism spectrum disorder / Jennifer L. Stornelli -- Social skills training for autism spectrum disorder / D. Scott McLeod, Kristin W. Malatino, and Dorothy Lucci -- Section 4: Other care delivery services and perspectives. Educational issues in autism spectrum disorder / Samuel L. Odom, Veronica P. Fleury, Leslie C. Fox, Susan H. Hedges, Nigel P. Pierce, and Melissa A. Sreckovic -- Vocational rehabilitation and training for adults with autism spectrum disorder: history, practices, and new directions / Marji Erickson Warfield -- Adults with autism spectrum disorder: transition issues / Edward S. Brodkin -- Effective communication and management with the family and in the community / Naomi B. Swiezy, Tiffany J. Neal, Danielle Warner, and Kimberly Lo -- Autism spectrum disorder from a family perspective / Nancy Lurie Marks, Cathy Lurie, and Clarence E. Schutt -- From the perspective of a person with autism spectrum disorder / John M. Williams.
  • 2015From: Karger
    volume editors, Marion Leboyer, Pauline Chaste.
    From autism to autism spectrum disorders in the DSM-V / Gillberg, C. -- Autism spectrum disorders and coexisting mental health problems / Ståhlberg, O., Nilsson, T., Lundström, S., Anckarsäter, H. -- Autism and medical comorbidities / Schiff, M., Asato, M.R. -- The cognitive profile in autism spectrum disorders / Mandy, W., Murin, M., Skuse, D. -- Social functioning in autism / Merhoum, N.; Mengarelli, F.; Mottolese, R.; Andari, E.; Sirigu, A. -- Sensory processing in autism / Behrmann, M.; Minshew, N.J. -- On the neuroimaging of autism in the context of human brain diversity / Houenou, J., Chaste, P. -- Architecture of the genetic risk for autism / Chaste, P., Devlin, B. -- Molecular pathways in autistic spectrum disorders / Gallagher, L., Shen, S., Anney, R. -- Environmental factors and autism spectrum disorder / Persico, A.M., Merelli, S. -- Early signs and early intervention / Freitag, C.M. -- Psychotropic treatment of autism / Pallanti, S., Bencini, L., Cantisani, A., Hollander, E.
  • 2008From: Ovid
    Louise Rebraca Shives.
    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.
  • 2012From: Ovid
    Louise Rebraca Shives.
    This text addresses topics such as: community mental health, eating disorders, child abuse and neglect, the abused adult in the family unit, rape and sexual assault, psychosocial aspects of aging, and coping with ADS.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Neelam A. Vashi, editor.
    Over the decades, research has demonstrated that in categories of life deemed to be important, beautiful people achieve more desirable outcomes, are judged more favorably, and receive preferential treatment. An understanding of the historical aspects, science, and implications of what the human mind finds aesthetically pleasing is quintessential for dermatologists, plastic surgeons, and others who practice aesthetic medicine as the importance of beauty in today?s society is what brings patients into clinics. While an element of dissatisfaction with one?s appearance is commonplace, clinicians should remain vigilant for individuals who seek cosmetic procedures to quell excessive body image concerns that are out of proportion to objective physical findings. Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is a disorder of self-perception; it is the impairing preoccupation with a nonexistent or minimal flaw in appearance. According to recent statistics, BDD occurs in 0.7?2.4% of the general population; however, multiple studies have suggested an incidence of 6?16% in patients seeking aesthetic medical treatments. Moreover, a vast majority will at some point seek dermatologic treatment and cosmetic surgery. Such patients are unlikely to be satisfied with corrective procedures, and only 15% of dermatologists surveyed thought that they could successfully treat BDD. Therefore, Beauty and Body Dysmor phic Disorder aims to assist dermatologists, plastic surgeons, and other aesthetic providers in recognizing key characteristics as well as providing treatment strategies to help in caring for those with BDD.
  • 2013From: Cambridge
    editor-in-chief, Leslie S. Zun ; assistant editors, Lara G. Chepenik, Mary Nan S. Mallory.
    Emergency physicians, in all practice settings, care for patients with both undifferentiated psycho-behavioral presentations and established psychiatric illness. This reference-based text goes beyond diagnostics, providing practical input from physicians experienced with adult emergency psychiatric patients. Physicians will increase their understanding and gain confidence working with these patients, even when specialized psychiatric back-up is lacking. This book is comprehensive, covering the pre-hospital setting and advising on evidence-based practice; from collaborating with psychiatric colleagues to establishing a psychiatric service in your ED. Sedation, restraint and seclusion are outlined. Potential dilemmas when treating pregnant, geriatric or homeless patients with mental illness are discussed in detail, along with the more challenging behavioral diagnoses such as malingering, factitious and personality disorders. This comprehensive volume is for trainee and experienced emergency physicians, as well as psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric and emergency department nurses and other mental health workers.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Murray B. Stein, Thomas Steckler, editors.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Philip J. Cowen, Trevor Sharp, Jennifer Y. F. Lau, editors.
    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.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Neal R. Swerdlow, editor.
    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.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Carmine M. Pariante, M. Danet Lapiz-Bluhm, editors.
    Stress is such an over-used word that it is at time difficult to define its core features. When is an environment stressful? What does a stressful environment do to the brain and to the body? What are the biological mechanisms by which a stressor affects us? How does stress contributes to the onset and the progression of mental disorders? How do the effects of stress change over the life-time of an individual? These are just some of the overarching questions addressed by this book, thanks to the contribution of some of the world leading experts on the neurobiology of stress at the pre-clinical and clinical levels. Topics include current advances on the neurobiology of stress on various neurobiological systems such as immune, hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis, neurogenesis and neuroplasticity, neurotransmitter (glutamate, noradrenaline, dopamine, serotonin and endocannabinoid), neuropeptides, cognition and emotional processing as well as in utero and early postnatal effects. The clinical chapters deal with the relationship of stress and mental disorders such as depression, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, substance abuse and addiction, dementia and age-related cognitive decline as well as resilience to stress. Thus, this book brings together some of the most updated and authoritative views on the effects of stress of brain and behavior.
  • 2012From: Springer
    John F. Cryan, Andreas Reif, editors.
  • 2013From: Cambridge
    edited by David B. Arciniegas, C. Alan Anderson, Christopher M. Filley ; managing editor, T. Angelita Garcia.
    "The parallel fields of behavioral neurology and neuropsychiatry often remain divided, despite their integration into a single subspecialty. However, the needs of patients with cognitive, emotional and behavioral disorders frequently span this division. By emphasizing the principles of this developing subspecialty, Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry prepares clinicians to apply these to the evaluation and management of patients affected by neurological and neuropsychiatric conditions. Structural and functional neuroanatomy is discussed, with emphasis on frontal-subcortical circuits and the neurobehavioral functions of white matter and the cerebellum. Core clinical skills covered include: Neuropsychiatric history taking, Neurological and mental status examinations, Conventional and advanced neuroimaging and electrophysiology, Neuropsychological assessment, Forensic neuropsychiatry. Contributing authors from a broad range of clinical neuroscience subspecialties provide a comprehensive review of core topics in the field. Whether your primary training is in neurology or psychiatry, this book will develop your ability to think across the disciplines"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2012From: Ovid
    Barbara Fadem.
    Organized to mirror the behavioral science/psychiatry course taught in the first two years, this text effectively teaches the major concepts of this complex subject and prepares students for board exams. The Second Edition is appropriate for courses in Behavioral Science alone but also for courses that merge Behavioral Science and Neuroscience. The increased depth of coverage of psychiatric illness, substance abuse, and pediatric psychiatry, also makes the Second Edition appropriate for use in Clinical Psychiatry courses in the third and fourth year.
  • Todd A. Swanson, Sandra I. Kim, Nadeem N. Hussain.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2016From: Springer
    A. George Awad, Lakshmi N.P. Voruganti, editors.
    Part I:Basic and Conceptual Issues -- Schizophrenia and it's sequelae -- Issues that slowed progress in the assessment of health-related quality of life in schizophrenia -- Social cognition and health-related quality of life in schizophrenia -- Conceptual issues in cultural adaptation and the role of culture in assessment of health-related quality of life in schizophrenia -- Part II:Methodological Issues -- A review of quality of life assessment measures in schizophrenia -- limitations and future developments -- a review -- Assessment of burden of care and quality of life of caregivers in schizophrenia -- Electronic technology and advances in assessment of outcomes -- Modern psychometric approaches to analysis of scales for health-related quality of life -- Part III:Beyond Assessment of Quality of Life in Schizophrenia -- Health-related quality of life as an outcome and mediator of other outcomes -- Using routine quality of life assessment to improve effectiveness of community mental health care -- Quality of life assessments in the development and clinical trials of new antipsychotics -- pharmaceutical industry perspective -- Quality of life and health-costs -- the feasibility of cost-utility analysis in schizophrenia -- Health-related quality of life in schizophrenia: health policy and resource allocation -- Beyond assessment of quality of life in schizophrenia: cultural, clinical and research perspectives from India -- a case study -- Part IV:Reinventing Quality of Life in Schizophrenia -- Concluding remarks and future challenges.
  • 2008From: Karger
    volume editors, T. Banaschewski, L.A. Rohde.
    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.
  • 2008.From: Springer
    Christoph W. Turck, editor.
  • 2013From: OSO
    edited by Ilina Singh, Walter P. Sinnott-Armstrong, Julian Savulescu.
    Foreword / Philip Campbell -- Contributors -- Introduction : deviance, classification, and bioprediction / Ilina Singh and Walter P. Sinnott-Armstrong -- Behavioral biomarkers : what are they good for? : toward the ethical use of biomarkers / Matthew Baum and Julian Savulescu -- Bioprediction in youth justice / Charlotte K. Walsh -- The inclusion of biological risk factors in violence risk assessments / John Monahan -- Bioprediction in criminal cases / Christopher Slobogin -- The limits of legal use of neuroscience / Colin Campbell and Nigel Eastman -- Rethinking the implications of discovering biomarkers for biologically based criminality / Paul Root Wolpe -- MAOA and the bioprediction of antisocial behavior : science fact and science fiction / Joshua W. Buckholtz and Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg -- Genetic biomarker research of callous-unemotional traits in children : implications for the law and policymaking / Essi Viding and Eamon McCrory -- The neural code for intentions in the human brain / John-Dylan Haynes -- Biomarkers : potentials and challenges / Michael Rutter -- Neuroimaging-based automatic classification of schizophrenia / Vince D. Calhoun and Mohammad R. Arbabshirani -- Index.
  • 2009From: Springer
    edited by Carlos A. Zarate, Jr. and Husseini K. Manji.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Kostas N. Fountoulakis.
    This book examines in detail the diagnostic approach to manic depressive (bipolar) illness, with special reference to the borderline zones with unipolar depression and schizoaffective disorder. Among other diagnostic issues considered are mixed episodes (often misdiagnosed by psychiatrists), rapid cycling, and the confusion with personality disorders. Within the context of diagnosis and understanding of the dynamics of bipolar disorder, temperament, character, and personality are all extensively discussed. Neurocognitive deficit and disability are covered, as are elements of evolutionary biology and behavior. With regard to treatment, the major focus is on evidence-based therapy, with reference to the results of randomized controlled trials and meta-analyses; in addition, contemporary guidelines and future trends are examined. Careful consideration is also given to the psychosocial treatment approach and issues relating to societal and economic costs and burdens.
  • 2016From: Cambridge
    edited by Jair C. Soares, The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, TX, USA, and Allan H. Young, Kings College London, London, UK.
    Over the past two decades, driven by the enormous public health importance of bipolar disorder, research initiatives have begun to elucidate the pathophysiology of this prevalent and debilitating condition. These research initiatives have led to breakthroughs in our understanding of causation, and now promise to foster the development of novel treatments. This new edition presents contributions from the leaders at the forefront of these areas of research, and includes chapters on the groundbreaking advances in the fields of genetics, neuroimaging, neuropsychopharmacology, oxidative stress and neuronal resilience, inflammatory mechanisms, psychosocial factors, childhood onset and late-life bipolar disorder, and many other important areas. Throughout, the therapeutic implications and potential of this new understanding are emphasized. This will be essential reading for those interested in the neurobiology of mental illness, and will be of interest to mental health practitioners more generally. -- Provided by publisher.
  • 2012From: Cambridge
    edited by Gordon Parker.
    Introduction to the second edition -- Bipolar disorder in historical perspective / Edward Shorter -- The bipolar spectrum / James Phelps -- Defining and measuring bipolar II disorder / Gordon Parker -- Bipolar II disorder in context : a review of epidemiology, disability and economic burden / George Hadjipavlou, David J. Bond and Lakshmi N. Yatham -- Comorbid conditions associated with bipolar II disorder / Gordon Parker -- Is bipolar II disorder increasing in prevalence? / Gordon Parker and Kathryn Fletcher -- Personality styles associated with bipolar II disorder / Kathryn Fletcher -- Distinguishing bipolar II disorder from personality-based states of emotional dysregulation / Joel Paris -- The neurobiology of bipolar II disorder / Emre Bora and Christos Pantelis -- The role of antidepressants in managing bipolar II disorder / Joseph F. Goldberg -- Current status of mood stabilisers in the management of bipolar II disorder / George Hadjipavlou, David J. Bond and Lakshmi Yatham -- The use of atypical antipsychotic drugs in bipolar II disorder / Eduard Vieta and Nuria Cruz -- The role of fish oil in managing bipolar II disorder / Anne-Marie Rees and Gordon Parker -- Psychological interventions for bipolar II disorder / Vijaya Manicavasagar and David Gilfillan -- The role of wellbeing plans in managing bipolar II disorder / Margo Orum -- The trajectory of illness experienced by those with bipolar II disorder / Tessa Cleradin -- Clinical models for managing bipolar II disorder : model 1 / Gordon Parker -- Clinical models for managing bipolar II disorder : model 2 / Terence A. Ketter and Po W. Wang -- Management commentary / Darryl Bassett -- Management commentary / Michael Berk -- Management commentary / Sophia Frangou -- Management commentary / Mark Frye -- Management commentary / S. Nassir Ghaemi -- Management commentary / Michael Gitlin and David Miklowitz -- Management commentary / Joseph F. Goldberg -- Management commentary / Guy M. Goodwin -- Management commentary / Andrew A. Nierenberg -- Management commentary / Robert M. Post -- Management commentary / Michael E. Thase -- Management commentary / Eduard Vieta -- Management commentary / Allan H. Young -- Rounding up and tying down / Gordon Parker.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Denys N. Wheatley.
    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.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Lois W. Choi-Kain, John G. Gunderson, editors.
    In Borderline Personality and Mood Disorders: Comorbidity and Controversy, a panel of distinguished experts reviews the last two decades of progress in scientific inquiry about the relationship between mood and personality disorders and the influence of this empirical data on our ways of conceptualizing and treating them. This comprehensive title opens with an introduction defining general trends both influencing the expansion of the mood disorder spectrum and undermining clinical recognition and focus on personality disorders. The overlaps and differences between MDD and BPD in phenomenology and biological markers are then reviewed, followed by a review of the overlaps and distinctions between more atypical mood disorder variants. Further chapters review the current state of thinking on the distinctions between bipolar disorder and BPD, with attention to problems of misdiagnosis and use of clinical vignettes to illustrate important distinguishing features. Two models explaining the relationship between mood, temperament, and personality are offered, followed by a review of the literature on risk factors and early signs of BPD and mood disorders in childhood through young adulthood as well as a review of the longitudinal studies on BPD and mood disorders. The last segment of the book includes three chapters on treatment. The book closes with a conclusion with a synthesis of the current status of thinking on the relationship between mood and borderline personality disorder. An invaluable contribution to the literature, Borderline Personality and Mood Disorders: Comorbidity and Controversy insightfully addresses the mood and personality disorders realms of psychiatry and outlines that it has moved away from contentious debate and toward the possibility of synthesis, providing increasing clarity on the relationship between mood and personality to inform improvements in clinical management of the convergence of these psychiatric domains in common practice.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Andreas Steck, Barbara Steck.
    CHAPTER 1 -- I CONSCIOUSNESS -- The Problem of Consciousness -- Neurobiology of Consciousness Models of Consciousness -- The Global Workspace Model -- The Dynamic Core Model -- Epilogue -- Conscious Perception -- The Embodied Mind -- Understanding the Human Brain by Studying Large Scale Networks -- Challenges -- II CLINICAL VIEW OF CONSCIOUSNESS -- Introduction -- The Pathophysiology of Reduced Consciousness -- The Construction of the Conscious Brain -- The Hierarchy of Consciousness -- When Consciousness Fades -- Anesthesia -- Minimally Conscious State -- Altered Consciousness in Neurological Disorders -- Disconnection and Neglect -- Epilepsy -- Narcolepsy -- Alzheimer's disease -- CHAPTER 2 -- I MEMORY -- Introduction -- Different Types of Memory -- The Dynamics of Memory Traces -- The Molecular Biology of Memory -- Neurogenesis: Links to Memory and Behavior -- II CLINICAL VIEW OF MEMORY -- The Memory Machinery -- Infantile Amnesia -- Mind, Time and Memory -- Mind and Time in Childhood and Adolescence -- Re-transcription of Memory -- Emotions and Memory -- Amnesias and Memory Disorders -- Transient Global Amnesia -- Chronic or Progressive Amnestic Disorders -- CHAPTER 3 -- I EMOTIONS -- Evolving Concept of the Limbic System -- Emotion and Behavior -- Emotional Systems -- The Role of the Frontal Lobe -- Social Emotion and Social Norm -- II THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELF -- Brain Development and the Self -- Psychological and Self -- Development -- True and False Self -- Early Parent -- Child Relationship -- Parenthood -- Early Relationship Disorders -- CHAPTER 4 -- I LANGUAGE -- The Evolutionary Origin of Language -- The Classical Language Regions -- The Language Network -- The Neural Basis of Speech Perception and Language -- Language Learning Disorders -- II COMMUNICATION -- Introduction -- Gestural Communication -- Social Interactions or Proto-Conversations -- Speech and Language -- III MUSIC -- Introduction -- Music and the Brain -- Music in Early Human Development -- The Emotional Power of Music -- CHAPTER 5 -- STRESS AND TRAUMA -- Stress and the Brain -- Neurobiological Responses to Stress -- Stress and Mental Disorders -- New Avenues for Treatment -- Psychic Trauma -- Concepts -- Psychic Trauma in Children -- Psychobiological Aspects -- Psychodynamic Aspects -- Symptoms and Phases of Psychic Trauma -- Familial Aspects -- Post-Traumatic Consequences -- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders -- Risk for Psychic Traumatization -- Children of Mentally or Somatically Ill Parents -- Psychotherapeutic Interventions -- Adoption -- CHAPTER 6 -- I PAIN AND MIND-BODY -- Introduction -- Pain Mechanisms and Functions -- The Affective Pain System -- Notes on Chronic Pain -- II SOMATIZATION -- PSYCHOSOMATICS -- The Mind -- Body Dilemma -- Psychosomatics -- Speaking Body, Speechless Mind -- Somatization in Children and Adolescents -- CHAPTER 7 -- RESILIENCE -- A Dynamic Concept -- Gene -- Environment -- Interactions -- Adoption -- Development -- Temperament -- Stress -- Depression -- Attachment -- Resilience promotion -- CHAPTER 8 -- GRIEF -- Introduction -- Prolonged Grief Disorder or Complicated Grief -- Grief in Children and Adolescents -- Pathological Grief and Secret -- Transgenerational Transmission of Traumatic Events -- Neurobiology of Grief and Depression -- New Treatments for Depression -- CHAPTER 9 -- DREAMS AND THE DREAMING BRAIN -- History -- The 24-Hour Brain -- Neurophysiology of Dreams -- Transition States of Sleep -- Functions of Dreams -- Lucid Dreaming -- Daydreaming -- Nightmares -- Music in Dreams -- Dream Work in Psychotherapy -- CHAPTER 10 -- NOTES TO PSYCHOTHERAPY -- Introduction -- Dialogue between Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience -- Transference and Intersubjective Relationship -- Interpretation / Intervention -- Psychoanalytical Therapy for Patients with Adverse Childhood Experiences -- Psychotherapy in Children and Adolescents -- Indication for Psychoanalytical Therapy -- Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy -- Play -- Psychoanalytical Therapeutic Group Psychodrama -- Psychopharmacological Treatment -- Narratives -- Introduction -- Narratives in Psychotherapy.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Petr Bob.
    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.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Michael S. Ritsner, editor.
    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.
  • 2013From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Andres M. Lozano, Mark Hallett.
    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.
  • 2012From: Cambridge
    Charles H. Kellner.
    Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) : basic concepts -- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) : patient selection and preparation -- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) : technique -- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) : treatment course -- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) : common adverse effects -- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) : the ECT service -- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) : special issues -- Deep brain stimulation (DBS) / Wayne K. Goodman and Ron L. Alterman -- Transcranial magnetic stimulation (RTMS) / Eran Chemirinski -- Magnetic seizure therapy (MST) -- Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) -- Transcranial direct current stimulation -- Epidural cortical stimulation (EPCS).
  • 2014From: PsychiatryOnline
    edited by Stephen J. Cozza, M.D., Matthew N. Goldenberg, M.D., Robert J. Ursano, M.D.
    An introduction to military service -- Health consequences of military service and combat -- Understanding military families : their characteristics, strengths, and challenges -- Military children and programs that meet their needs -- Military health care system and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs : an overview -- Combat stress reactions and psychiatric disorders after deployment -- Substance use disorders -- The care of combat-injured service members -- Traumatic brain injury -- Suicidal thoughts and behaviors in military service members and veterans -- Collaborative care : mitigating stigma and other barriers to care through mental health service delivery in primary care settings -- Deployment-related care for military children and families -- Children and families of ill and injured service members and veterans -- Caring for bereaved military family members -- Building resilience in military families.
  • 2016From: Oxford Medicine Online
    edited by Katherine Maloy.
    Anxiety, trauma and hoarding / Katherine Maloy -- Mood disorders : clinical examples and risk assessment / Jennifer Goldman -- Evaluating suicide risk in psychotic disorders / Katherine Maloy and Yona Silverman -- Evaluating violence risk in psychotic disorders / Abigail L. Dahan and Jessica Woodman -- Medical and neurologic syndromes / Jonathan Howard, Miriam Zincke, Anthony Dark, Bem Atim -- Substance abuse : intoxication and withdrawal / Joe Kwon, Emily Deringer, Luke Archibald -- Evaluating the geriatric patient / Dennis Popeo -- Borderline and narcissistic personality disorders / Wiktoria Bielska, Jillian Copeland -- Psychiatric emergencies in children and adolescents / Ruth Gerson, Fadi Haddad -- Developmental and autism spectrum disorders in adults / Katherine Maloy -- Ethical and legal issues / Amit Rajparia -- Forensic issues / Jennifer A. Mathur, Wiktoria Bielska, Rebecca Lewis, Bipin Subedi -- Short-term crisis intervention and mobile crisis evaluation / Adria N. Adams, Camilla Lyons, Madeleine O'Brien -- Somatization and consulting to the medical emergency department / Lindsay Gurin -- Psychodynamic issues in psychiatric emergency evaluation / Daniel J. Zimmerman -- Use of language interpretation / Bipin Subedi, Katherine Maloy -- The homeless patient / Katherine Maloy.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Ross J. Baldessarini.
    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.
  • 2012From: Wiley
    editors, Edilma L. Yearwood, Geraldine S. Pearson, Jamesetta A. Newland.
    "As an increasing number of children and adolescents with psychiatric symptoms go unrecognized in our current healthcare system, the ability to identify and treat these issues in multiple healthcare settings has become vitally important. With access to primary care providers increasing and a shortage of child psychiatric providers, collaboration between psychiatric, pediatric and family advanced practice nurses is essential to improving care for this vulnerable population. Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health provides a practical reference to aid in this endeavour. Written and reviewed by over 70 nurse experts, it is a must-have reference for all practitioners caring for children and adolescents."
  • 2007From: Ovid
    Dorothy Stubbe.
    Preface -- Section 1: General principles of development and the psychiatric evaluation of children and adolescents -- ch. 1. Overview of development -- ch. 2. The psychiatric 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. The Simpson-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.
  • 2012From: Wiley
    Robert Goodman and Stephen Scott.
    pt. 1. Assessment, classification and epidemiology -- pt. 2. Specific disorders and presentations -- pt. 3. Risk factors -- pt. 4. Treatment and services.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Phyllis Anne Teeter Ellison, Margaret Semrud-Clikeman.
    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.
  • 2011From: Karger
    volume editors, M.R. Clark, G.J. Treisman.
    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.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Tien V. Nguyen, Jillian W. Wong, John Koo.
    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.
  • 2015From: Karger
    volume editors, R. Balon, T.N. Wise.
    Psychosomatic medicine in the 21st century : understanding mechanisms and barriers to utilization / Wise, T.N., Balon, R -- Communication with patients suffering from serious physical illness / Grassi, L., Caruso, R., Costantini, A -- Dimensional psychopharmacology in somatising patients / Biondi, M., Pasquini, M -- Forensic issues in medical evaluation : competency and end-of-life issues / Soliman, S. Hall, R.C.W -- Then and now : HIV consultation psychiatry update / Goforth, H.W., Bader, M., Fernandez, F -- Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue : the underlying biology and related theoretical issues / Romano, G.F., Tomassi, S., Russell A., Mondelli, V., Pariante, C.M -- Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome : management issues / Bourke, J -- Telomeres, early-life stress and mental illness / Ridout, S.J., Ridout, K.K., Kao, H.-T., Carpenter, L.L., Philip, N.S., Tyrka, A.R., Price, L.H -- Coping with losses, grief, and mourning in prostate cancer / Wittmann, D -- Psychodermatology / Brown, G.E., Malakouti, M., Sorenson, E., Gupta, R, Koo, J.Y.M -- Huntington's disease : looking beyond the movement disorder / Morreale, M.K. -- Joint hypermobility, anxiety and psychosomatics : two and a half decades of progress toward a new phenotype / Bulbena, A.; Pailhez, G., Bulbena-Cabré A., Mallorquí -Bagú, N., Baeza-Velasco, C.
  • 2014From: Oxford Medicine Onlind
    edited by Paul E. Holtzheimer, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Lebanon, NH, William M. McDonald, MD, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA.
    The theoretical basis for transcranial magnetic stimulation / Mark S. George and Joseph J. Taylor -- The development of transcranial magnetic stimulation technology / Charles M. Epstein -- Clinical efficacy of TMS in depression / Michelle L. Moyer, Mario A. Cristancho, and John P. O'Reardon -- Safety of TMS / Simone Rossi and Jean-Pascal Lefaucheur -- Patient selection and management / Peter B. Rosenquist, W. Vaughn McCall -- The practical administration of TMS in a clinical setting / Daniel F. Maixner -- Measuring outcomes / Shawn M. McClintock and Guy Potter -- Neurophysiological measure of TMS / Natasha Radhu, Daniel M. Blumberger, Anosha Zanjani, and Zafiris J. Daskalakis -- Transcranial magnetic stimulation in the treatment of psychiatric disorders / Paul Fitzgerald -- Development of other brain stimulation interventions / Colleen Loo, Scott Aaronson, and Paul Holtzheimer -- Limitations of TMS and future directions for clinical research / Sarah H. Lisanby.
  • 2013From: Cambridge
    edited by J. John Mann, Patrick J. McGrath, Steven P. Roose.
    Models of depression / Steven P. Roose, Patrick J. McGrath and J. John Mann -- The diagnosis of mood disorders / Michael B. First and Jean Endicott -- Dysthymia and chronic depression / David J. Hellerstein and Jordan W. Eipper -- Management of adult major depressive disorder / J. John Mann, Steven P. Roose and Patrick J. McGrath -- Atypical depression Jonathan W. Stewart -- Psychotic depression / Barnett S. Meyers and Jimmy N. Avari -- Pharmacologic and somatic treatments for bipolar depression / Lucas Giner, S. Aiden Kelly and Maria A. Oquendo -- Medication treatment of mania: acute and preventive / David A. Kahn -- Treatment of mood disorders in later life / Steven P. Roose and Devangere P. Devanand -- Chronic depression / James H. Kocsis and Benjamin D. Brody -- Pediatric depression / David A. Brent -- Therapeutics of pediatric bipolar disorder / Robert A. Kowatch, Melissa P. DelBello and Barbara L. Gracious -- Depression in the context of physical illness / Emily Gastelum, Philip R. Muskin, and Peter Shapiro -- Mood disorders in the context of borderline personality disorder / Eric A. Fertuck, Megan S. Chesin, and Barbara H. Stanley -- Depression in the context of pregnancy / Margaret G. Spinelli and Carolyn Broudy -- Depression and the menstrual cycle / Benicio N. Frey, Luciano Minuzzi, Roberto Sassi, and Meir Steiner -- Depression in the context of alcoholism and other substance use disorders / Edward V. Nunes, Jr and Frances R. Levin -- Complementary and alternative treatments for mood disorders / Drew Ramsey, M. Elizabeth Sublette, and Philip R. Muskin -- Cognitive behavior therapy / Michael E. Thase -- Interpersonal therapy / Myrna M. Weissman, Annie E. Rabinovitch, and Helena Verdeli -- Dialectical behavioral therapy for mood disorders / Megan S. Chesin and Barbara H. Stanley -- The psychodynamic treatment of mood disorders / Deborah L. Cabaniss, Diana E. Moga, and Aerin M. Hyun -- Combining medication and psychotherapy in the treatment of depression / Bret R. Rutherford and Steven P. Roose -- Electroconvulsive therapy / Joshua Berman and Joan Prudic -- Transcranial magnetic stimulation and deep brain stimulation / Sarah H. Lisanby and Moacyr A. Rosa -- Chronotherapeutics : light therapy, wake therapy, and melatonin / Michael Terman and Jiuan Su Terman -- Ketamine in treatment-resistant depression / Kyle A.B. Lapidus and Sanjay J. Mathew -- Brain imaging / Martin J. Lan and Ramin V. Parsey -- Pharmacogenetics and mood disorders / Gonzalo Laje and Francis J. McMahon -- Electrophysiological predictors of clinical response to antidepressants / Gerard E. Bruder, Craig E. Tenke, and Jürgen Kayser -- Prospects for the future of mood disorder therapeutics / Patrick J. McGrath, Steven P. Roose and J. John Mann.
  • 2010From: Springer
    edited by Rachael C. Murrihy, Antony D. Kidman, Thomas H. Ollendick.
    "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 (
  • 2013From: Future Med
    editor, Lily Hechtman.
    Clinical management of ADHD / Lily Hechtman -- Diagnosis and assessment of ADHD / Alice Charach & Abel Ickowicz -- ADHD etiology / Josephine Elia, Jillan Sackett, Nicole Kurtz, Rachel de Berardinis, Lene Larsen, Shih-Ching Tang, Hakon Hakonarson & Jenelle Nissley-Tsiopinis -- Pathophysiology of ADHD / Mariya Cherkasova & Lily Hechtman -- Presentation of ADHD in preschool-aged children / Sarah Hamill Skoch & Jaswinder K. Ghuman -- Pharmacological treatment and prognosis of ADHD / Josephine Elia, Richard Kingsley, Christopher Lam, Toshinobu Takeda, Rachel de Berardinis, Seth Laracy, Jillan Sackett, Shih-Ching Tang, Martin Schardt, Kristina Nivus, Hakon Hakonarson & Sibel Algon -- Stimulant side effects : a pharmacogenetic/developmental perspective / Florence Levy -- Psychosocial treatment of ADHD : cognitive-behavioral therapy from a lifespan perspective / Monica Mongia, Tara Errington, Kathryn Palmer, Kara Dalena & Lily Hechtman -- Nutritional supplements in the treatment of children with ADHD / Sabrina E.B. Schuck, Melody Yi & Francis M. Crinella -- Long-term outcome in ADHD and its predictors / Mariya Cherkasova, Monica Mongia, Tara Errington, Milena P Pondé & Lily Hechtman -- Index.
  • 2013From: Future Med
    editor, Philip B. Mitchell.
    Clinical management of bipolar disorder / Philip B. Mitchell -- Epidemiology and etiology of bipolar disorder / Elisa Brietzke, André Zugman, Rodrigo B. Mansur, Gustavo Estanislau & Erika L de Souza -- Diagnosis and classification / Pablo Puras & Philip B. Mitchell -- Nonpharmacological management of bipolar disorder / Dario Delmonte, Barbara Barbini & Enrico Smeraldi -- Pharmacological treatment of bipolar disorder / Bernardo Dell'Osso, Chiara Arici, Beatrice Penzo, Gregorio Spagnolin, Ilenia M. Guerrieri & Alfredo Carlo Altamura -- Prognosis of bipolar disorder / Breno Sanvicente-Vieira, Mateus Luz Levandowski, Mariane Nunes Noto & Rodrigo Grassi-Oliveira -- Neurocognitive dysfunction in bipolar disorder / Vicent Balanzá-Martínez & Vasco Videira Dias -- Suicide risk in bipolar disorder / Maurizio Pompili, Federica Ricci, Giulia Marconi & Dorian A. Lamis -- Index.
  • edited by Michelle B. Riba, Divy Ravindranath, Gerald S. Winder.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Approach to psychiatric emergencies / Katherine Maloy, Emily Deringer, Kishor Malavade -- The suicidal patient / Jose R. Maldonado, Renee Garcia -- Violence risk assessment / Vasilis Pozios, Charletta Dillard, Ernest Poortinga -- Depression, euphoria, and anger in the emergency department / Philippe-Edouard Boursiquot, Jennifer S. Brasch -- The psychotic patient / Patricia Schwartz, Mary Weathers, Joshua Berezin -- The anxious patient / Steven Storage, Divy Ravindranath, James Abelson -- Agitation / G. Scott Winder, Rachel Glick -- The cognitively impaired patient / James Bourgeois, Tracy McCarthy -- Substance-related psychiatric emergencies / Adam Miller, G. Scott Winder, Kirk Brower -- Child and adolescent emergency psychiatry / B. Harrison Levine, Julia E. Najara -- Seclusion and restraint in emergency settings / Heather Schultz, Divy Ravindranath -- Legal and ethical issues in emergency psychiatry / Debra A. Pinals, Nancy Byatt -- Supervision of trainees in the psychiatry emergency service / Monique James, Eric Hung.
  • 2008From: Springer
    John E. Mendoza, Anne L. Foundas.
  • editor, Laura Weiss Roberts ; associate editors, Jinger G. Hoop, Thomas W. Heinrich.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2012From: Wiley
    edited by Eric Emerson, Chris Hatton, Kate Dickson, Rupa Gone, Amanda Caine, Jo Bromley.
    Intellectual disabilities, classification, epidemiology and causes / Chris Hatton -- Service provision / Rupa Gone, Chris Hatton, and Amanda Caine -- Social context / Eric Emerson and Rupa Gone -- Cognitive assessment / Isobel Lamb -- Common legal issues in clinical practice / A.J. Holland -- Interviewing people with intellectual disabilities / Helen Prosser and Jo Bromley -- Working with people : direct interventions / Nigel Beail and Andrew Jahoda -- Working with families / Jo Bromley and Christine Mellor -- Working with organisations or : why won't they follow my advice? / Judith McBrien and Sue Candy -- Reflections on 25 years working in the NHS / Ian Fleming -- Working with people whose behaviour challenges services / Alick Bush -- Working with offenders or alleged offenders with intellectual disabilities / Glynis H. Murphy & Isabel C.H. Clare -- Sexual exploitation of people with intellectual disabilities / Paul Withers and Jennifer Morris -- Working with parents who happen to have intellectual disabilities / Sue McGaw -- People with intellectual disabilities and mental ill-health / D. Dagnan and W.R. Lindsay -- Working with people with autism / Jo Bromley [and others] -- Older adults with intellectual disabilities : issues in ageing and dementia / Sunny Kalsy-Lillico, Dawn Adams, and Chris Oliver.
  • 2006From: ScienceDirect
    editors, William O'Donohue, Nicholas A. Cummings, Janet L. Cummings.
  • 2006From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Michel Hersen.
    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.
  • 2006From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Michel Hersen.
    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.
  • 2015From: Springer
    editors: Evdokia Anagnostou, Jessica Brian.
    This concise, yet practical handbook will aid in supporting the diagnosis, treatment, and long-term management of autism, including behavioral therapies, current clinical trials, and emerging pharmaceutical treatments. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder characterised by disturbance in language, perception, and social skills that affects an estimated 1-2 per 1,000 people worldwide (although the number is as high as 20 per 1000 in the US). While studies have suggested a disturbance in neural metabolism in patients with ADS, the exact cause of the ASD still remains unknown. In 2013, a single indication of ASD, which united several related conditions (ie, classical autism, Asperger's syndrome, Fragile X Syndrome, Landau-Kleffner Syndrome, Rett syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder, and PDD-NOS), was included in the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mood Disorders for the first time in order to support more standardized diagnoses.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Geert Dom, Franz Moggi, editors.
    This book provides a comprehensive, state of the art overview covering both the diagnosis and the treatment of dual disorders ? joint psychiatric and substance use disorders ? in a way that is highly relevant to clinical work and the organization of care systems. It is designed to meet the real need for a European perspective on dual disorders, taking into account the realities of European treatment organization. All chapters have been written by European authors on the basis of existing European treatment programs or guidelines and European research. Dual disorders are increasingly encountered by health professionals working in mental health and addiction care, and they represent a formidable challenge for caregivers, care organizations, and society as a whole. During the past decade, various approaches and programs have been designed to challenge the traditional gap between addiction treatment and mental health care. The overwhelming majority of the programs, however, have emanated from the United States. Given the vast differences between the European and U.S. health contexts, it can be questioned whether these American-oriented treatment programs are of value in European countries. Co-occurring Addictive and Psychiatric Disorders ? A Practice-Based Handbook from a European Perspective therefore represents a timely and much-needed addition to literature on the subject.
  • 2016From: Oxford Medicine Online
    edited by Andrew Molodynski, Consultant Psychiatrist, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, UK, Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer, Oxford University, UK, Jorun Rugkåsa, Senior Researcher, Health Services Research Unit, Akershus University Hospital, Lørenskog, Norway, Senior Researcher, Social Psychiatry Group, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford, Warneford Hospital, UK, Tom Burns, Professor Emeritus of Social Psychiatry, University of Oxford, Department of Psychiatry, Warneford Hospital, UK, Fellow Emeritus of Kellogg College, University of Oxford, UK.
    Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction / Tom Burns -- pt. 1 Coercion in the community: origins and extent -- 2. Compulsion in community mental health care: historical developments and current provisions / Tom Burns -- 3. Community treatment order legislation in the Commonwealth / John Dawson -- pt. 2 The evidence -- 4. Descriptive and epidemiological studies / Stephane Morandi -- 5. Assessing the effectiveness of compulsory community treatment / Steve Kisely -- 6. Informal coercion: current evidence / Ksenija Yeeles -- 7. Community coercion in mental health: where to for service-user-led research? / Diana Rose -- pt. 3 The experience -- 8. Coercion contexts -- how compliance is achieved in interaction / Stefan Sjostrom -- 9. Patient experiences and perceptions of coercion: universal meaning, individual experiences? / Krysia Canvin -- 10. Family carers and coercion in the community / Jorun Rugkasa -- 11. Clinician attitudes, experiences, and use of coercion / Beth Angell -- pt. 4 The context -- 12. Psychiatric coercion: some sociological perspectives / David Pilgrim -- 13. Human rights in community psychiatry / Genevra Richardson -- 14. The ethics of coercion in community mental health care / George Szmukler -- pt. 5 International perspectives -- 15. Coercion in community mental health treatment in the Americas / John Gray -- 16. Coercion and mental health services in the Indian subcontinent and the Middle East / Soumitra Pathare -- 17. Southeast Asia / Andrew Molodynski -- 18. Coercion in Europe / Thomas Marcacci -- 19. Coercion in community mental health care: African perspectives / Catherine Manning -- 20. Compulsory community mental health care: Oceania / Anthony J. O'Brien -- 21. Regional themes / Andrew Molodynski -- 22. Conclusions / Jorun Rugkasa.
  • 2013From: Cambridge
    edited by Philip Graham, Shirley Reynolds.
    Introduction / Philip Graham and Shirley Reynolds -- Section 1. Developmental cognitive theory and clinical practice. Anxiety and depression in young people : developmental considerations / Jennifer Y.F. Lau, Kevin Hilbert, and Alice M. Gregory -- Adapting cognitive behaviour therapy for children and adolescents / Paul Stallard -- Issues in evaluation of psychotherapies / Miranda Wolpert, Andrew Fugard, and Jessica Deighton -- Section 2. Engagement and assessment. Engagement / Isabel Boege and Dennis Ougrin -- Formulation : a systemic approach in cognitive behaviour therapy / Nicola Dummett -- Section 3. Client groups. Working collaboratively with parents and carers in cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) / Cathy Creswell, Sam Cartwright-Hatton, and Natalie Rodriguez -- Working with black and minority ethnic children and their families / Iyabo A. Fatimilehin and Amira Hassan -- Working with schools and children's wider social environment / Peter Fuggle and Sandra Dunsmuir -- Section 4. Cognitive approaches to children facing adversity. Trauma-focused cognitive behaviour therapy for child sexual abuse / Judith A. Cohen, Laura K. Murray, and Anthony P. Mannarino -- Children with chronic and life-limiting health conditions / Melinda Edwards and Inés Baños -- Cognitive approaches to children with chronic pain / Ellen Trautmann -- Section 5. Applications in specific child and adolescent syndromes. Cognitive behaviour therapies for youth with autism spectrum disorders / Jeffrey J. Wood and Benjamin C. Schwartzman -- Eating disorders / Beth Watkins -- Treating broad-based anxiety problems / Carol Newall, Helen F. Dodd, Jennifer L. Hudson, and Ronald M. Rapee -- Post-traumatic stress disorders / David Trickey -- Phobic anxiety / Ella L. Milliner, Lara J. Farrell, and Thomas H. Ollendick -- Obsessive-compulsive disorder / Sarah Clark and Shirley Reynolds -- Depressive disorders / Shirley Reynolds and Sarah Clark -- Section 6. Cognitive behaviour therapy : applications in preventive interventions. Prevention of conduct disorders : cognitive behavioural approaches / Stephen Scott -- Prevention of anxiety disorders / Jennifer L. Allen, Cathy Creswell, and Lynne Murray -- Section 7. New developments in cognitive behaviour therapy for children. Using low-intensity treatment methods with families / Cynthia M. Turner and Georgina C. Krebs -- Using new technologies to deliver cognitive behaviour therapy with children and adolescents / Caroline L. Donovan, Susan H. Spence, and Sonja March -- Mindfulness-based interventions in child and adolescent psychopathology / Susan M. Bögels, Esther I. De Bruin, and Saskia van der Oord -- Conclusion and future directions / Shirley Reynolds and Philip Graham.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Michael Hoffmann.
    Cognitive archeology, cognitive neurology and the unraveling of the connectome: Divulging brain function from fractured skulls and fractured minds -- Neurochemistry -- Vision: elementary and complex visual processing -- Temporal lobe syndromes -- Memory Syndromes -- Left Hemisphere Syndromes ? Apraxias -- Parietal lobe syndromes -- Right Hemisphere Syndromes -- Language, aphasias and related disorders -- Acquired Cultural Circuits -- Frontal System Syndromes -- Neuroimaging and treatments perspectives.
  • 2016From: Cambridge
    edited by Roger S. McIntyre ; associate editor, Danielle S. Cha.
    1. Does cognitive dysfunction predate the onset of incident depression? / Julia Buthmann, Danielle S. Cha and Roger S. McIntyre -- 2. Understanding the importance of cognitive dysfunction and cognitive change in major depressive disorder / Paul Maruff and Judith Jaeger -- 3. Cognitive dysfunction in adults with major depressive disorder / Beatrice Bortolato, Cristiano Kohler and Andre Carvalho -- 4. Neurocognition in pediatric depression / Dwight Newton, Melanie Naiberg and Benjamin Goldstein -- 5. Neuroanatomy of cognition in major depressive disorder (hot and cold) / Guy M. Goodwin -- 6. Hot and cold cognition in major depressive disorder / Oliver Robinson, Jonathan Rosier and Barbara Sahakian -- 7. Social cognition and emotional processing in major depressive disorder / Philippe Fossati and Sophie Hinfray -- 8. The role of social cognition in major depressive disorder / Bernhard Baune and Michael Weightman -- 9. Are cognitive deficits in major depressive disorder progressive? / Philip Gorwood and Marie Laure Clery-Melin -- 10. Implications of cognitive impairments on functional outcomes in major depressive disorder / Tracy L. Greer and Cassandra R. Hatt -- 11. Cognition and biomarkers in major depressive disorder (MDD): endophenotype or epiphenomenon? / Shane McInerney, Phillip Gorwood and Sidney Kennedy -- 12. Inflammation and cognition in major depressive disorder / Bernhard Baune -- 13. HPA axis and cognitive dysfunction in mood disorders / Rebecca Strawbridge and Allan H. Young -- 14. White matter neurobiology and cognitive dysfunction in major depressive disorder / Geoffrey Chern-Yee Tan and Kang Sim -- 15. Insulin resistance and implications for hippocampal volume/function the default mode network / Heather A. Kenna, Tonita E. Wroolie, Danielle R. Balzafiore and Natalie L. Rasgon -- 16. Measuring the mind: detecting cognitive deficits and measuring cognitive change in patients with depression / John Harrison -- 17. Subjective measures of cognitive dysfunction in major depressive disorder / Raymond Lam -- 18. Neuroscience of functional outcomes and treatment targets in major depressive disorder / Lisanne M. Jenkins, Amy Peters, Rachel H. Jacobs and Scott A. Langenecker -- 19. Treatment of cognitive dysfunction in adults with major depressive disorder / Roger S. McIntyre, Kahlood Syeda and Danielle S. Cha -- 20. A novel treatment targeting cognitive dysfunction in mood disorders / Kamilla W. Miskowiak -- 21. Cognitive remediation for major depressive disorder Christopher Bowie -- 22. Exercise and cognition / Guy Faulkner, Mark Duncan and Mehala Subramaniapillai -- Index.
  • 2013From: Cambridge
    edited by Philip D. Harvey, PhD.
    Cognition in schizophrenia as a central illness feature / R. Walter Heinrichs [and others] -- The multi-faceted, "global" cognitive impairment profile in schizophrenia / Dwight Dickinson, Jonathan Schaefer, and Daniel R. Weinberger -- Comparative impairments across schizophrenia and bipolar disorder / Christopher R. Bowie, Katherine Holshausen, and Maya Gupta -- Cognitive impairment and symptom dimensions in psychosis / Manuela Russo, Robin Murray, and Abraham Reichenberg -- Neurocognition and functional outcome in schizophrenia : filling in the gaps / Michael F. Green [and others] -- Cognition and work functioning in schizophrenia / Susan McGurk and Kim Mueser -- Cognition and functional status in adult and older patients with schizophrenia / Sara J. Czaja and David Loewenstein -- Social cognition and its relationship to neurocognition / Amy E. Pinkham -- Cognitive functioning and awareness of illness in schizophrenia : a review and meta-analysis / Akshay Nair, Andre Aleman, and Anthony S. David -- Genetic influences on cognition in schizophrenia / Katherine E. Burdick, Benjamin Glicksberg, and Gary Donohoe -- Neurobiological determinants of cognition / Daniel C. Javitt -- Translational cognitive neuroscience of schizophrenia : bridging neurocognitive and computational approaches towards understanding cognitive deficits / Alan Anticevic, John H. Krystal, and Deanna M. Barch -- Assessment of cognition in schizophrenia treatment studies / Richard Keefe -- Performance-based measures of functioning in schizophrenia / Colin A. Depp [and others] -- Pharmacological approaches to cognitive enahncement / Philip D. Harvey -- Computerized cognitive training in schizophrenia : current knowledge and future directions / Melissa Fisher [and others].
  • 2013From: Springer
    Laura Weiss Roberts.
    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.
    Also available: Print – 2103
  • 2010From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Eve C. Johnstone [and others].
    An introduction to psychiatry -- Functional neuroanatomy -- Neuropharmacology -- Neuroimaging -- Basic psychology -- Social and transcultural aspects of psychiatry -- Neuropsychology -- Genetics in relation to psychiatry -- Research methods, statistics and evidence-based practice -- Clinical assessment: interviewing and examination -- Clinical psychopharmacology -- Psychological therapies -- Organic disorders -- Misuse of, and dependence on, alcohol and other drugs -- Schizophrenia and related disorders -- Mood disorder -- Neurotic, stress-related and somatoform disorders -- Eating disorders -- Personality disorders -- Learning disability -- Psychiatric disorders in childhood and adolescence -- Old-age psychiatry -- Suicide and self-harm -- Psychiatry in general medical settings -- The relationship between crime and psychiatry -- Legal and ethical aspects of psychiatry.
  • 2008From: Springer
    edited by Gabriela Stoppe on behalf of the European Dementia Consensus Network.
  • 2016From: Oxford Medicine Online
    edited by David M. Benedek and Gary H. Wynn.
    The number of individuals diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder has increased in the past decade, not only in the military and veteran population but within the civilian population as well. Traditional treatments such as pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy have provided less-than-ideal results proving to be less effective when used alone to treat the disorder. In Complementary and Alternative Medicine for PTSD, COL David Benedek and LTC Gary Wynn offer insight into the future of complementary and alternative medicine, shining a light onto how these techniques fit into clinical practice to.
  • 2016From: Oxford Medicine Online
    edited by Helen Lavretsky, Martha Sajatovic, Charles Reynolds III.
    1. Exploring the Effects of Complementary, Alternative, and Integrative Medicine Interventions on Late-life Mental Illness Through the Basic Mechanisms of Aging -- 2. Methodological Challenges in Developing and Delivering Preventive Health Interventions for Mental Health and Aging -- 3. Health Benefits of Herbs and Spices in Aging Adults -- 4. Natural Remedies for Mental Health and Aging -- 5. Human Intestinal Microbiota and Healthy Aging -- 6. Hormone Therapy, Mood, and Cognition -- 7. The Effects of Cannabis Use among Older Adults -- 8. Massage and Movement Therapies -- 9. Chiropractic Care -- 10. Homeopathic Treatment of Older Adults -- 11. Ayurveda for Healthy Aging and Health-Related Conditions -- 12. Aging and Mental Health from an Integrative East-West Perspective -- 13. Potential Use of Plant Adaptogens in Age-Related Disorders -- 14. Mind-Body Techniques to Improve Coping and Stress Response -- 15. Yoga as an Integrative Intervention in Healthy Aging and Aging-Related Disorders -- 16. Breathing Practices for Mental Health and Aging -- 17. Spiritual Issues and Interventions in Mental Health and Aging -- 18. Trance in Life Transitions: Hypnosis for Brain and Body -- 19. Creative Arts Therapies and Older Adults -- 20. Using the Internet to Find CAIM Resources for Mental Health Professionals and Their Older Patients -- 21. Resilience-Building Interventions for Successful and Positive Aging -- 22. Memory Training and Aging -- 23. Complementary and Alternative Medicine Agents in the Prevention of Late-Life Depression and Cognitive Decline -- 24. Lifestyle Interventions, Including Nutrition and Exercise, for Cognitive and Biological Aging -- 25. Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Mood and Anxiety Disorders in Late Life -- 26. Complementary, Alternative, and Integrative Medicine Interventions for Sleep Disorders in Older Adults -- 27. Acupuncture Treatment for Pain and Related Problems in the Elderly -- 28. Complementary and Integrative Interventions for Arthritis and Back Pain -- 29. Complementary, Alternative and Integrative Medicine in the Treatment and Management of Dementia -- 30. Mind-Body Therapies for Cancer Survivors: Effects of Yoga and Mindfulness Meditation on Cancer-related Physical and Behavioral Symptoms -- 31. Hospice and Palliative Settings -- 32. Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Integrative Therapies in Long-term and Dementia Care Settings: Alternative Therapies in Residential Dementia Care Settings -- 33. Therapeutic Gardens and Expressive Therapies.
  • 2008From: ProQuest Ebook Central
    edited by Mary Ann Cohen and Jack M. Gorman.
    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.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2016From: Cambridge
    edited by David J. Castle and Kathryn M. Abel.
    1. Surviving their lives: women's mental health in context / Jennie Williams and Gilli Watson -- 2. Ethnic and cultural effects on mental healthcare for women / Dawn Edge and Dinesh Bhugra -- 3. Women as caregivers / Peter V. Rabins -- 4. Maternal caregiving, oxytocin and mental illness / Kathryn M. Abel and Alya Elmadih -- 5. Genetic, epigenetic and gene-environment interactions: impact on the pathogenesis of mental illnesses in women / Anthony P. Auger -- 6. Developmental disorders in girls: focus on autism spectrum disorders / Bernice Knight, Peter Carpenter and Dheeraj Rai -- 7. Pubertal development and the emergence of the gender gap in affective disorders: a developmental and evolutionary synthesis / Nicholas B. Allen, Melissa D. Latham, Anna Barrett, Lisa Sheeber and Betsy Davis -- 8. The effects of hormones on the female brain across the lifespan / Michael C. Craig, Ester di Giacomo and Carmine M. Pariante -- 9. Sexual, reproductive and antenatal care of women with mental illness / Angelika Wieck and Kathryn M. Abel -- 10. Mood, anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorders in pregnancy and the postpartum period: phenomenology and epidemiology / Simone N. Vigod, Anne Buist and Meir Steiner -- 11. Pharmacological treatment of mental health problems in pregnancy and lactation / Angelika Wieck and Margareta Reis -- 12. Borderline personality disorder: sex differences / Andrew M. Chanen and Katherine Thompson -- 13. Women offenders and mental health / Sandra Flynn, Naomi Humber, Annie Bartlett and Jenny Shaw -- 14. Domestic violence and women's mental health / Roxane Agnew-Davies -- 15. Women and addiction /Sally Marlow and Emily Finch -- 16. Body image disorders in women / Serafino G. Mancuso, Andrea Phillipou, Susan L. Rossell and David J. Castle -- 17. Post-traumatic stress disorder in women / Darryl Wade, Susan Fletcher, Jessica Carty and Mark Creamer -- 18. Anxiety disorders in women / Kimberly A. Yonkers, Heather Howell, Katherine Sevar and David J. Castle -- 19. Depression: special issues in women / John Kelly and Timothy G. Dinan -- 20. Anxiety and depression in women in old age / Robert C. Baldwin and Jane Garner -- 21. Bipolar disorders: special issues for women / Shaila Misri, Jasmin Abizadeh and Arjun Nanda -- 22. Women and schizophrenia /Kathryn M. Abel, Jill M. Goldstein, Nicky Stanley and David J. Castle -- 23. Treating women with schizophrenia / Shubulade Smith and Fiona Gaughran -- 24. Psychotic disorders in women in later life / Eleanor Curran, Nicola T. Lautenschlager and David J. Castle -- 25. Dementia in women / Cynthia A. Munro and Susan W. Lehmann.
  • 2014From: Cambridge
    edited by Stephen H. Koslow, Pedro Ruiz, Charles B. Nemeroff.
    Introduction: looking to the future: how can research prevent suicide? / Stephen H. Koslow, Pedro Ruiz and Charles B. Nemeroff; Section 1. Understanding Suicide -- Brief history of suicide in Western cultures / Leonardo Tondo -- Global epidemiology of suicide / Pedro Ruiz -- Identification and screening of suicide risk / Kelly Posner, Jacqueline Buchanan, Leora Amira, Kseniya Yershova, Adam Lesser, and Erica Goldstein -- Rethinking suicide risk assessment and risk formulation / Alan L. Berman and Morton M. Silverman -- High-risk cognitive states / Gregory K. Brown and Kelly L. Green -- Suicide clusters and suicide contagion / Alison M. Lake and Madelyn S. Gould -- Ethnicity: how much of our understanding of suicide is applicable across ethnic cultures? / Donna Holland Barnes, William B. Lawson and Kelsey Ball -- Suicide-related bereavement and grief / M. Katherine Shear and Sidney Zisook -- Statistics / Robert D. Gibbons -- Section 2. Suicidal Comorbidities -- Current and chronic signs and symptoms / Jan Fawcett -- Anxiety, depression, and suicide: epidemiology, pathophysiology, and prevention / Giampaolo Perna and Alan F. Schatzberg -- Suicide in schizophrenia / Philip D. Harvey and Stacey Espaillat -- Personality disorders and suicide / Katharine J. Nelson, Michael J. Miller, Alexandra Zagoloff, Melinda K. Westlund, and S. Charles Schulz -- Suicide and substance use disorders / Timothy W. Lineberry and Kathleen T. Brady -- Eating disorders and suicide / April R. Smith, Tracy K. Witte and Scott J. Crow -- Suicidality and epilepsy: a complex relationship / Andres M. Kanner -- Section 3. Special Populations -- Suicidal ideation and behavior during pregnancy and the postpartum period / Jessica Coker and Zachary N. Stowe -- Childhood and adolescence / Tina R. Goldstein, Jeffrey A. Bridge, and David A. Brent -- Indigenous/native populations / Deborah Goebert -- Bullying and suicidality in youth / Anat Brunstein Klomek and Madelyn S. Gould -- College students / Amanda L. McMillan and Steven J. Garlow -- Suicide in older adults / Yeates Conwell and Kimberly Van Orden -- Armed forces / James A. Naifeh, Matthew K. Nock and Robert J. Ursano -- Medical illness / Gary J. Kennedy and Anne Rohs -- Suicide in the criminal justice system / Steve Leifman and Tim Coffey -- Section 4. Treatment -- Reduction of suicidal behavior in bipolar disorder patients during long-term treatment with lithium / Leonardo Tondo and Ross J. Baldessarini -- Clozapine / David W. Ayer and Herbert Y. Meltzer -- Antidepressants / Molly Ryan and Charles B. Nemeroff -- Emergency department identification, assessment, and management of the suicidal patient / Collin L. Davidson, Jennifer H. Olson-Madden, Marian E. Betz and Michael H. Allen -- Psychosocial approaches to reduce suicidal behavior / Anne C. Ward, Catherine R. Glenn, Matthew K. Nock and Michael W. Otto -- Section 5. Research: Mediators and Moderators -- Genome-wide association studies of suicidal behaviors / Marcus Sokolowski, Jerzy Wasserman, and Danuta Wasserman -- Epigenetics / Benoit Labonte; and Gustavo Turecki -- The use of neuroimaging to investigate the pathophysiology of suicide / Christopher R. Bailey, Allison M. Greene, and Alexander Neumeister -- Brain serotonin in suicides with psychological autopsy / Victoria Arango and Helene Bach -- The noradrenergic system in depression and suicide / Michelle J. Chandley and Gregory A. Ordway -- Brain corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) and the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis in suicide / Ghanshyam N. Pandey -- Receptor signaling in suicide / Yogesh Dwivedi -- Section 6. Suicide Prevention -- Strategies to improve suicide prevention / Sarah A. Struthers and Robert M.A. Hirschfeld -- Safety planning to prevent suicidal behavior / Barbara Stanley, Emily A. Biggs and Gregory K. Brown -- Contracting for safety / Michael Craig Miller -- Suicide and the media / Jane Pirkis and R. Warwick Blood.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Sergio V. Delgado, Jeffrey R. Strawn, Ernest V. Pedapati.
    Contemporary psychodynamic theory profoundly impacts our understanding of the development of psychopathology in young patients. However, while much has been written about this theory's influence on the psychotherapy techniques used with adults, little attention has been paid to its practical clinical applications in psychotherapeutic work with children and adolescents. This book explains how the new concepts derived from contemporary psychodynamic theory have made it necessary to revise our understanding of and approach to young patients in psychotherapy. It reviews the recent contributions from contemporary two-person relational psychodynamic theory and employs detailed case examples to bring to life this theory's practical applications in child and adolescent psychotherapy. Psychotherapists and students of psychotherapy will find this book a valuable source of information on contemporary psychodynamic theory and a useful resource for introducing a contemporary style into their practice, co-constructing with the patient a narrative to achieve the desired goals.
  • 2012From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Padraig Wright, Julian Stern, Michael Phelan.
    "This is a new edition of a highly successful, award winning textbook for trainee psychiatrists, covering in one volume all the subjects required for the new MRCPsych and similar exams. Written in a highly engaging manner, it will also prove invaluable to qualified psychiatrists who need to keep up-to-date with the latest developments, as well as clinical psychologists, general practitioners, psychiatric nurses and senior medical students. Concise yet comprehensive, "Core Psychiatry" reflects the latest developments in the curriculum plus all that is new and essential in clinical practice and the sciences that underpin it. It includes new information on the new Mental Capacity Act and Mental Health Act as well as enhanced sections on psychopharmacology, old age psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry, forensic psychiatry and rehabilitation. The book also makes reference to the latest NICE guidelines and includes new sections on sleep medicine and trauma psychiatry."--Publisher's website.
  • 2008From: Springer
    edited by Patricion O'Donnell.
    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.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Paul H. Robinson, Dasha Nicholls, editors.
    Anorexia and bulimia nervosa are serious disorders affecting pre-adolescents, adolescents and adults with high levels of co-morbidity, disability and mortality. The medical manifestations of these disorders are intrinsic to the illness and its treatment; some are secondary to malnutrition whereas others are the result of purging or other weight-controlling behaviours and a further group is due to poor management of nutritional problems. This book focuses on the role of the psychiatric, medical, nutritional and psychiatric assessment and management of severely ill patients with anorexia nervosa. Leading clinicians and researchers address the essentials of risk assessment, the identification of complications and the monitoring of treatment progress. Location of care and the role of the team are fully addressed, with due consideration of legal and ethical issues. Practical guidelines are included on risk assessment, management of acute and chronic physical problems, feeding during treatment and consent, as outlined in the MARSIPAN (2010) and Junior MARSIPAN (2012) documents. Critical Care for Anorexia Nervosa will be of value for medical and paediatric teams, GPs, psychiatrists℗land all health-care professionals involved in the treatment of acutely ill patients with℗lanorexia℗lnervosa.
  • 2007From: Springer
    edited by John P. Wilson, Catherine So-kum Tang.
  • 2008From: IngentaConnect
    Gayle Davis.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2013From: Karger
    volume editor, Renato D. Alarcón.
    "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.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Gerhard Gross, Mark A. Geyer, editors.
    "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.
  • 2008From: AccessMedicine
    Michael Ebert [and others].
    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.
    Also available: Print – 2008

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Large number of high quality software and database programming titles from O'Reilly. Other software titles are also available from Sams and Prentice Hall. Limited to 7 concurrent users.Vast collection of software and database programming titles from multiple publishers, including Microsoft Press.Largest provider of engineering-related eBooks; includes titles in computer science and biomedical engineering.Over 4,000 full-text e-books covering scientific and technical information from CRC Press and others. Many handbooks and single volume reference sources.Includes peer-reviewed life science and biomedical research protocols compiled from Methods in Molecular Biology, Methods in Molecular Medicine, Methods in Biotechnology, Methods in Pharmacology and Toxicology, Neuromethods, the Biomethods Handbook, the Proteomics Handbook, and Springer Laboratory Manuals.Contains full text access to selected biomedical and nursing books.

Provides online, full-text access to Springer's journal titles as well as journals from other publishers.

Subjects include: life sciences, chemical sciences, environmental sciences, geosciences, computer science, mathematics, medicine, physics and astronomy, engineering and economics. Also includes eBooks.

Collection of over 8 thousand fulltext titles in engineering, math, and basic and applied biomedical research. Coverage is from 1967 to the present.A library of ebooks on a wide array of topics, digitized and made available online in conjunction with the original publishers.

Stanford Medicine

Lane Medical Library