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Title:
Textbook of child and adolescent psychiatry
Author:
Wiener, Jerry M., 1933-
Edition:
Third edition.
Publication Information:
Washington, D.C. : American Psychiatric Pub., [2004]

©2004
Physical Description:
xviii, 1114 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
Ch. 1. Development of the subspecialty of child and adolescent psychiatry in the United States -- Ch. 2. Overview of development from infancy through adolescence -- Ch. 3. Role of culture, race, and ethnicity in child and adolescent psychiatry -- Ch. 4. Economic issues in child adolescent psychiatry -- Ch. 5. Classification of child and adolescent psychiatric disorders -- Ch. 6. Concepts of diagnostic classification -- Ch. 7. Clinical assessment in infancy and early childhood -- Ch. 8. The clinical interview of the child -- Ch. 9. The clinical interview of the adolescent -- Ch. 10. The parent interview -- Ch. 11. Initial and diagnostic family interviews -- Ch. 12. Diagnostic interviews -- Ch. 13. Rating scales -- Ch. 14. Psychological and neuropsychological testing -- Ch. 15. Laboratory and diagnostic testing -- Ch. 16. Clinical genomic testing -- Ch. 17. Diagnostic and diagnostic formulation -- Ch. 18. Presentation of findings and recommendations -- Ch. 19. Mental retardation -- Ch. 20. Autistic disorder -- Ch. 21. Other pervasive developmental disorders -- Ch. 22. Developmental disorders of learning, motor skills, and communication -- Ch. 23. Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders -- Ch. 24. Mood disorders in prepubertal children -- Ch. 25. Mood disorders in adolescents -- Ch. 26. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder -- Ch. 27. Conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder -- Ch. 28. Conduct and antisocial disorders in adolescence -- Ch. 29. Separation anxiety disorder and generalized anxiety disorder -- Ch. 30. Obsessive-compulsive disorder --

Ch. 31. Specific phobia, panic disorder, social phobia, and selective mutism -- Ch. 32. Pediatric posttraumatic stress disorder -- Ch. 33. Feeding and eating disorders of infancy and early childhood -- Ch. 34. Infant and childhood obesity -- Ch. 35. Anorexia nervosa -- Ch. 36. Bulimia nervosa -- Ch. 37. Tic disorders -- Ch. 38. Sleep disorders in infancy through adolescence -- Ch. 39. Disorders of elimination -- Ch. 40. Somatoform disorders -- Ch. 41. Adjustment and reactive disorders -- Ch. 42. Personality disorders -- Ch. 43. Substance abuse disorders -- Ch. 44. Gender identity and psychosexual disorders -- Ch. 45. Physical abuse of children -- Ch. 46. Sexual abuse of children -- Ch. 47. HIV and AIDS: global and United States perspectives -- Ch. 48. Suicide and suicidality -- Ch. 49. Forensic psychiatry -- Ch. 50. Psychopharmacology -- Ch. 51. Psychoanalysis and psychodynamic therapy -- Ch. 52. Cognitive-behavior modification -- Ch. 53. Family therapy -- Ch. 54. Group psychotherapy -- Ch. 55. Hypnosis -- Ch. 56. Milieu treatment: inpatient, partial, residential.
ISBN:
9781585620579
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Book

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Written by 84 experts, each of the 56 chapters in this work presents a summary of a core topic, blending clinical experience with evidence-based practices in assessment and treatment. Divided into ten parts, this third edition has been revised and updated throughout. Clearly organized along sound diagnostic principles, this textbook combines clinical experience with the latest in research and features two new chapters on the role of culture and ethnicity, and economic issues. It also presents new dialogue about schizophrenia and psychotic disorders and mood disorders in adolescents; and it discusses adjustment and reactive disorders, substance abuse disorder, and physical and sexual abuse of children. students and psychiatry residents to practitioners, paediatricians, family physicians, general psychiatrists and family law attorneys.


Table of Contents

Irving N. Berlin, M.D.Melvin Lewis, M.B., B.S., F.R.C.Psych., D.C.H.Hector R. Bird, M.D.Robert K. Schreter, M.D.Jerry M. Wiener, M.D. and Mina K. Dulcan, M.D.David Shaffer, M.B., B.S., F.R.C.P.Stanley I. Greenspan, M.D.Clarice J. Kestenbaum, M.D.Robert A. King, M.D. and John E. Schowalter, M.D.Bennett L. Leventhal M.D. and Martha E. Crotts, M.D.G. Pirooz Sholevar, M.D.Jon McClellan, M.D.Kathleen Myers, M.D., M.P.H. and Brent Collett, Ph.D.Mark A. Stein, Ph.D. and Sandra L. Barrueco, Ph.D. and Jeffrey M. Halperin, Ph.D.Robert L. Hendren, D.O. and XiaoYan He, M.D.David A. Mrazek, M.D., F.R.C.Psych.Theodore Shapiro, M.D.Hector R. Bird, M.D.Ludwik S. Szymanski, M.D. and Lawrence C. Kaplan, M.D.Luke Y. Tsai, M.D.Luke Y. Tsai, M.D.Carl Feinstein, M.D. and Jennifer M. Phillips, Ph.D.Luke Y. Tsai, M.D. and Donna J. Champine, M.D.Elizabeth B. Weller, M.D. and Ronald A. Weller, M.D. and Arman K. Danielyan, M.D.Elizabeth B. Weller, M.D. and Ronald A. Weller, M.D. and Arman K. Danielyan, M.D.Bruce Waslick, M.D. and Laurence L. Greenhill, M.D.Robert L. Hendren, D.O. and David J. Mullen, M.D.Dorothy Otnow Lewis, M.D.Gail A. Bernstein, M.D. and Ann E. Layne, Ph.D.Jennifer B. Freeman, Ph.D. and Abbe M. Garcia, Ph.D. and Susan E. Swedo, M.D. and Judith L. Rapoport, M.D. and Christina M. Fucci, B.A. and Henrietta L. Leonard, M.D.Bruce Black, M.D. and Abbe M. Garcia, Ph.D. and Jennifer B. Freeman, Ph.D. and Mai Karitani, A.B. and Henrietta L. Leonard, M.D.Craig L. Donnelly, M.D., M.A. and John S. March, M.D., M.P.H. and Lisa Amaya-Jackson, M.D., M.P.H.Irene Chatoor, M.D.Joseph L. Woolston, M.D. and David Szydlo, M.D., Ph.D.David B. Herzog, M.D. and Eugene V. Beresin, M.D. and Valerie E. Charat, Ed.M.David Szydlo, M.D., Ph.D. and Joseph L. Woolston, M.D.Robert A. King, M.D. and James F. Leckman, M.D.Thomas F. Anders, M.D.Thomas Walsh, M.D. and Edgardo Menvielle, M.D.Larry K. Brown, M.D. and Kristin Bruning, M.D. and Gregory K. Fritz, M.D. and David B. Herzog, M.D.Gloria Reeves, M.D. and David Pruitt, M.D.Paulina F. Kernberg, M.D. and Jerry M. Wiener, M.D.Steven L. Jaffe, M.D. and Ramon Solhkhah, M.D.Kenneth J. Zucker, Ph.D. and Susan J. Bradley, M.D.Paramjit T. Joshi, M.D. and Peter T. Daniolos, M.D. and Jay A. Salpekar, M.D.Paramjit T. Joshi, M.D. and Jay A. Salpekar, M.D. and Peter T. Daniolos, M.D.Kerim M. Munir, M.D., M.P.H., D.Sc. and Myron L. Belfer, M.D., M.P.A.Cynthia R. Pfeffer, M.D.John B. Sikorski, M.D. and Anlee D. Kuo, J.D., M.D.Joseph Biederman, M.D. and Thomas Spencer, M.D. and Timothy Wilens, M.D.Jules Bemporad, M.D. and Maurizio Zambenedetti, M.D.Alan E. Kazdin, Ph.D.G. Pirooz Sholevar, M.D.Adelaide S. Robb, M.D. and Lisa A. Efron, Ph.D.Daniel T. Williams, M.D.Theodore A. Petti, M.D., M.P.H.
Contributorsp. xi
Prefacep. xvii
I The Field of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: An Overview
1 Development of the Subspecialty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in the United Statesp. 3
2 Overview of Development From Infancy Through Adolescencep. 13
3 Role of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity in Child and Adolescent Psychiatryp. 45
4 Economic Issues in Child and Adolescent Psychiatryp. 57
II Assessment and Diagnosis
5 Classification of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Disordersp. 71
6 Concepts of Diagnostic Classificationp. 77
7 Clinical Assessment in Infancy and Early Childhoodp. 87
8 The Clinical Interview of the Childp. 103
9 The Clinical Interview of the Adolescentp. 113
10 The Parent Interviewp. 117
11 Initial and Diagnostic Family Interviewsp. 125
12 Diagnostic Interviewsp. 137
13 Rating Scalesp. 149
14 Psychological and Neuropsychological Testingp. 165
15 Laboratory and Diagnostic Testingp. 183
16 Clinical Genomic Testingp. 193
17 Diagnosis and Diagnostic Formulationp. 205
18 Presentation of Findings and Recommendationsp. 215
III Developmental Disorders
19 Mental Retardationp. 221
20 Autistic Disorderp. 261
21 Other Pervasive Developmental Disordersp. 317
22 Developmental Disorders of Learning, Motor Skills, and Communicationp. 351
IV Schizophrenia, Other Psychotic Disorders, and Mood Disorders
23 Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disordersp. 379
24 Mood Disorders in Prepubertal Childrenp. 411
25 Mood Disorders in Adolescentsp. 437
V Attention-Deficit and Disruptive Behavior Disorders
26 Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorderp. 485
27 Conduct Disorder and Oppositional Defiant Disorderp. 509
28 Conduct and Antisocial Disorders in Adolescencep. 529
VI Anxiety Disorders
29 Separation Anxiety Disorder and Generalized Anxiety Disorderp. 557
30 Obsessive-Compulsive Disorderp. 575
31 Specific Phobia, Panic Disorder, Social Phobia, and Selective Mutismp. 589
32 Pediatric Posttraumatic Stress Disorderp. 609
VII Eating Disorders
33 Feeding and Eating Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhoodp. 639
34 Infant and Childhood Obesityp. 659
35 Anorexia Nervosap. 671
36 Bulimia Nervosap. 691
VIII Disorders Affecting Somatic Function
37 Tic Disordersp. 709
38 Sleep Disorders in Infancy Through Adolescencep. 727
39 Disorders of Eliminationp. 743
40 Somatoform Disordersp. 751
IX Other Disorders and Special Issues
41 Adjustment and Reactive Disordersp. 767
42 Personality Disordersp. 775
43 Substance Abuse Disordersp. 795
44 Gender Identity and Psychosexual Disordersp. 813
45 Physical Abuse of Childrenp. 837
46 Sexual Abuse of Childrenp. 853
47 HIV and AIDS: Global and United States Perspectivesp. 869
48 Suicide and Suicidalityp. 891
49 Forensic Psychiatryp. 903
X Treatment
50 Psychopharmacologyp. 931
51 Psychoanalysis and Psychodynamic Therapyp. 975
52 Cognitive-Behavior Modificationp. 985
53 Family Therapyp. 1007
54 Group Psychotherapyp. 1033
55 Hypnosisp. 1043
56 Milieu Treatment: Inpatient, Partial, Residentialp. 1055
Indexp. 1075