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2nd ed.
: Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 2010
1 online resource (679 pages)
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ISBN 9780199706822 (electronic bk.)
ISBN 9780195372748
Print version: Cutler, Janis Psychiatry : Oxford University Press, Incorporated,c2010 ISBN 9780195372748
Intro -- CONTENTS -- CONTRIBUTORS -- 1. PSYCHIATRIC ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT PLANNING -- Chief Complaint -- History -- History of the Present Illness -- Past Psychiatric History -- Past Medical History -- Review of Systems -- Psychosocial History -- Family History -- Mental Status Examination -- Other Findings -- Physical Examination -- Laboratory Tests -- Impressions -- Case Summary -- Differential Diagnosis -- Multiaxial Evaluation -- Predisposing and Precipitating Factors -- Treatment Plan -- Prognosis -- 2. THE PSYCHIATRIC INTERVIEW -- Interview Models -- The Medical Model -- The Psychodynamic Model -- Conducting the Interview -- Scheduling the Interview -- The Interview Setting -- Safety -- Language -- Beginning the Interview -- Chief Complaint and History of the Present Illness -- Past Psychiatric History -- Past Medical History -- Review of Major Realms of Psychopathology -- Psychosocial History -- Family History -- Mental Status Examination -- Sample Interviews -- Interview One -- Interview Two -- Interview Three -- Discussion -- Concluding the Interview -- 3. MOOD DISORDERS -- Diagnostic and Clinical Features -- Major Depression -- Dysthymic Disorder -- Bipolar Disorder -- Mania -- Mixed States -- Hypomania -- Cyclothymia -- Geriatric Issues -- Catatonia -- Epidemiology and Course of Illness -- The Interview -- Depressive Disorders -- Bipolar Disorder -- Differential Diagnosis -- Medical Evaluation -- Etiology -- Neurobiological Theories -- Psychosocial Theories -- Treatment -- Pharmacotherapy -- Electroconvulsive Therapy -- Psychotherapy -- 4. SCHIZOPHRENIA AND OTHER PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS -- Diagnostic and Clinical Features -- Symptoms of Schizophrenia -- Subtypes of Schizophrenia -- Other Psychotic Disorders -- Course of Illness -- The Interview -- Differential Diagnosis -- Medical Evaluation -- Etiology -- Neurobiology.
Diagnostic and Clinical Features.
Medical Evaluation -- Etiological Issues across Anxiety Disorders -- Neurobiological Concepts -- Psychosocial Concepts -- Treatment -- General Principles of Pharmacotherapy -- General Principles of Psychotherapy -- Etiology and Treatment of Specific Anxiety Disorders -- 7. ALCOHOL AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS -- Diagnostic and Clinical Features -- Substance Use Disorders -- Substance-Induced Disorders -- Course of Illness -- The Interview -- Substance Use History -- Screening Tests -- Family, Social, and Legal Histories -- History Timeline -- Assessment of Patient Reliability -- Patient Engagement -- Special Considerations in Children and Adolescents -- Special Considerations in the Elderly -- Differential Diagnosis -- Medical Evaluation -- Laboratory Tests for Alcohol-related Disorders -- Laboratory Tests for Drug-related Disorders -- Etiology -- Neurobiological Factors -- Psychological Factors -- Social Factors -- Treatment -- Recovery from Substance-related Disorders -- Therapeutic Settings -- Psychotherapy -- Pharmacotherapy -- 8. PERSONALITY DISORDERS -- Personality and Personality Pathology -- Diagnostic and Clinical Features -- Cluster A: The Odd or Eccentric Cluster -- Cluster B: The Dramatic, Emotional, or Erratic Cluster -- Cluster C: The Anxious or Fearful Cluster -- Course of Illness -- Odd or Eccentric Cluster -- Dramatic, Emotional, or Erratic Cluster -- Anxious or Fearful Cluster -- The Interview -- Differential Diagnosis -- Medical Evaluation -- Etiology -- Neurobiology -- Environment -- Treatment -- Psychodynamic Psychotherapy -- Cognitive Behavior Therapy -- Supportive Psychotherapy -- Group Psychotherapy -- Pharmacotherapy -- 9. EATING DISORDERS -- Diagnostic and Clinical Features -- Core Shared Features -- Anorexia Nervosa -- Bulimia Nervosa -- Binge-eating Disorder -- Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified.
Seasonal Birth Patterns -- Psychosocial Factors -- Treatment -- Pharmacotherapy -- Treatment of Prodromal Schizophrenia -- Psychosocial Treatment -- Therapeutic Settings -- Institutional and Residential Care -- Day Programs and Rehabilitative Programs -- Psychosocial Clubs -- Assertive Community Treatment -- Crisis Intervention, Emergency Services, Outreach Services, Case Management, and Commitment -- Barriers to the Care of People with Schizophrenia -- 5. COGNITIVE DISORDERS AND MENTAL DISORDERS DUE TO GENERAL MEDICAL CONDITIONS -- Diagnostic and Clinical Features -- Cognitive Disorders -- Mental Disorders Due to a General Medical Condition -- The Interview -- Interview Setting -- Interview Questions -- Therapeutic Interventions -- Family Interview -- Differential Diagnosis -- Special Areas of Concern in Differential Diagnosis -- Medical Evaluation -- Neurological Review of Systems -- Physical Examination -- Neurological Examination -- Laboratory Tests -- Neuroimaging -- Electroencephalogram -- Sleep Studies -- Mental Status Testing and Neurobehavioral Assessment -- Etiology -- Cognitive Disorders -- Amnestic Disorder -- Mental Disorders Due to a General Medical Condition -- Treatment -- Psychotherapy -- Pharmacotherapy -- Anticonvulsants -- Preventive Measures -- 6. ANXIETY DISORDERS -- Diagnostic and Clinical Features -- Panic Disorder -- Agoraphobia -- Social Phobia (Social Anxiety Disorder) -- Specific Phobia -- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder -- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder -- Acute Stress Disorder -- Generalized Anxiety Disorder -- Anxiety Disorder Due to a General Medical Condition -- Substance-induced Anxiety Disorder -- The Interview -- Differential Diagnosis -- Generalized Anxiety Disorder -- Panic Disorder -- Social Phobia -- Specific Phobia -- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder -- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder -- Acute Stress Disorder.
Epidemiology and Course of Illness -- Incidence and Prevalence -- Age of Onset -- Morbidity and Mortality -- Long-term Course of Illness -- The Interview -- Anorexia Nervosa -- Bulimia Nervosa -- Differential Diagnosis -- Anorexia Nervosa -- Bulimia Nervosa -- Medical Evaluation -- Etiology -- Biological Theories -- Psychosocial Theories -- Treatment -- Anorexia Nervosa -- Bulimia Nervosa -- Binge-eating Disorder -- 10. SOMATOFORM AND FACTITIOUS DISORDERS -- Diagnostic and Clinical Features -- Somatoform Disorders -- Factitious Disorder -- Course of Illness -- Somatoform Disorders -- Factious Disorders -- The Interview -- Somatoform Disorders -- Factitious Disorder -- Differential Diagnosis -- Somatoform Disorders -- Factitious Disorder -- Medical Evaluation -- Somatoform Disorders -- Factitious Disorders -- Etiology -- Somatoform Disorders -- Factitious Disorder -- Treatment -- Somatoform Disorders -- Factitious Disorder -- 11. SUICIDE AND VIOLENCE -- Clinical Features -- Suicide -- Violence -- The Interview -- Safety -- Obtaining the History -- Physician Reactions -- Differential Diagnosis -- Suicide -- Violence -- Medical Evaluation -- Etiology -- Neurobiological Factors -- Psychosocial Factors -- Treatment -- Motivation for Treatment -- Therapeutic Settings -- Pharmacotherapy -- Electroconvulsive Therapy -- Psychotherapy -- Chronic Suicidality and Violence -- Legal Issues -- Commitment -- Confidentialty -- The Duty to Warn -- 12. PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS AFFECTING MEDICAL CONDITIONS -- Psychological Reactions to Physical Illness -- General Psychological Responses to Physical Illness -- Individual Personality Traits in Physical Illness -- Psychological Factors Affecting Adherence -- Clinical Features -- Interview and Management -- Psychosocial Stress Affecting a Medical Condition -- Clinical Features -- Interview -- Management.
Psychological Aspects of Chronic Illness -- Clinical Features -- Interview -- Management -- Psychological Aspects of Chronic Pain -- Clinical Features -- Interview -- Management -- 13. CHILD, ADOLESCENT, AND ADULT DEVELOPMENT -- Normal and Abnormal Life Development -- Approach to the Study of Development -- Patterns of Development -- Effects of Stress and Trauma on Development -- Psychodynamic Theory -- Infancy: Birth to 12 Months of Age -- Developmental Progression -- Developmental Vulnerabilities -- The Toddler: One to Three Years of Age -- Developmental Progression -- Developmental Vulnerabilities -- The Preschool Child: Three to Six Years of -- Developmental Progression -- Developmental Vulnerabilities -- The School-age Child: Six to Eleven Years of Age -- Developmental Progression -- Developmental Vulnerabilities -- Adolescence -- Developmental Progression -- Developmental Vulnerabilities -- Adulthood -- Developmental Progression -- Developmental Vulnerabilities -- Old Age -- Developmental Progression -- Developmental Vulnerabilities -- 14. CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY -- Psychiatric Assessment of Children and Adolescents -- The Interview -- Mental Status Examination -- Rating Scales -- Medical Evaluation -- Psychological Assessment -- Anxiety Disorders -- Diagnostic and Clinical Features -- Differential Diagnosis -- Treatment and Prognosis -- Somatoform Disorders -- Diagnostic and Clinical Features -- Differential Diagnosis -- Etiology -- Treatment and Prognosis -- Mood Disorders -- Diagnostic and Clinical Features -- Differential Diagnosis -- Treatment and Prognosis -- Disruptive Behavior Disorders -- Diagnostic and Clinical Features -- Differential Diagnosis -- Etiology -- Treatment and Prognosis -- Learning, Motor Skills, and Communication Disorders -- Diagnostic and Clinical Features -- Etiology and Treatment -- Mental Retardation.
Designed specifically for medical students, as well as other trainees in the health professions, including social workers, occupational therapists, and psychiatric residents, Psychiatry 2e is a dynamic introductory textbook in psychiatry. Ideally suited for first and second year medical students during their psychopathology course and third year medical students during their psychiatry clerkship, the material, including extensive tables, is presented in a clear, concise and practical manner perfect for exam preparation. The authors provide a thorough yet concise introduction to clinical psychiatry, focusing on basic clinical skills like recognition and assessment of psychiatric illness. Clinically relevant information is emphasized, including practical interviewing techniques. Psychiatry 2e also uses case studies, DSM-IV guidelines, and extensive tables offset from the text to act as a comprehensive yet concise guide for the busy medical student studying for exams. In addition, the second edition includes a new chapter devoted to child and adolescent psychiatry and the authors have expanded their coverage of cultural and geriatric issues in psychiatry. A broader discussion of the psychotherapies is also included, in recognition of the increasing role that cognitive behavior therapy plays in the treatment of many psychiatric conditions. Written by two well-known Columbia University Professors who direct medical student education in psychiatry, the tone is balanced and practical, perfect for the medical student not specializing in psychiatry..
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