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The Science of Mental Health (10-Volume Set)

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A one-stop resource for major issues and classic controversies in mental health. Each volume exaimines a single illness.

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First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

Introduction                                       vii
Overview
A 25-Year-Old Woman with Bipolar Disorder 2 (9)
G. S. Sachs
Diagnosis and Epidemiology
The Epidemiology of DSM-III-R Bipolar 11 (11)
Disorder in a General Population Survey
R. C. Kessler
D. R. Rubinow
C. Holmes
J. M. Abelson
S. Zhao
Excess Mortality in Bipolar and Unipolar 22 (7)
Disorder in Sweden
U. Osby
L. Brandt
N. Correia
A. Ekbon
P. Sparen
Genetics
Genetics of Bipolar Disorder 29 (10)
N. Craddock
I. Jones
Are Schizophrenic and Bipolar Disorders 39 (9)
Related? A Review of Family and Molecular
Studies
W. H. Berrettini
The Familial Aggregation of Psychotic 48 (7)
Symptoms in Bipolar Disorder Pedigrees
J. B. Potash
V. L. Willour
Y. F. Chiu
S. G. Simpson
D. F. MacKinnon
G. D. Pearlson
J. R. DePaulo Jr.
M. G. McInnis
Natural History
Historical Perspectives and Natural History 55 (14)
of Bipolar Disorder
J. Angst
R. Sellaro
Bipolar I Affective Disorder: Predictors of 69 (9)
Outcome after 15 Years
W. Coryell
C. Turvey
J. Endicott
Life Events and the Course of Bipolar Disorder 78 (5)
A. Ellicott
C. Hammen
M. Gitlin
G. Brown
K. Jamison
Rapid-Cycling Bipolar, Disorder: An Overview 83 (23)
of Research and Clinical Experience
N. Kilzieh
H. S. Akiskal
Antidepressant-Induced Mania and Cycle 106(9)
Acceleration: A Controversy Revisited
L. L. Altshuler
R. M. Post
G. S. Leverich
Suicide and Bipolar Disorder 115(5)
K. R. Jamison
Childhood Onset
Child and Adolescent Bipolar Disorder: Review 120(7)
of the Past 10 Years
B. Geller
J. Luby
National Institute of Mental Health Research 127(8)
Roundtable on Prepubertal Bipolar Disorder
National Institute of Mental Health
Bipolarity in Children 135(20)
L. Sanchez
O. Hagino
E. Weller
R. Weller
Evolution
Evolutionary Epidemiology and Manic Depression 155(22)
D. R. Wilson
Neurobiology of Disease
Increased Anterior Cingulate and Caudate 177(8)
Activity in Bipolar Mania
H. P. Blumberg
E. Stern
D. Martinez
S. Ricketts
J. de Asis
T. White
J. Epstein
P. A. McBride
D. Eidelberg
J. H. Kocsis
D. A. Silbersweig
Relationship between Sleep and Mood in 185(9)
Patients with Rapid-Cycling Bipolar Disorder
E. Leibenluft
P. S. Albert
N. E. Rosenthal
T. A. Wehr
Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Mood 194(10)
Stabilization in Manic-Depressive Illness:
The Phenotype Challenge
O. C. Ikonomov
H. K. Manji
Signaling: Cellular Insights into the 204(13)
Pathophysiology of Bipolar Disorder
H. K. Manji
R. H. Lenox
Treatment
Forty Years of Lithium Treatment 217(8)
M. Schou
Neural and Developmental Actions of Lithium: 225(10)
A Unifying Hypothesis
M. J. Berridge
C. P. Downes
M. R. Hanley
A Molecular Mechanism for the Effect of 235(6)
Lithium on Development
P. S. Klein
D. A. Melton
A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled 12-Month 241(10)
Trial of Divlaproex and Lithium in Treatment
of Outpatients with Bipolar I Disorder
C. L. Bowden
J. R. Calabrese
S. L. McElroy
Clozapine for Treatment-Refractory Mania 251(6)
J. R. Calabrese
W. E. Kimmel
M. J. Woyshville
Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy: 257(2)
Managing the Chaos of Bipolar Disorder
E. Frank
H. A. Swartz
D. J. Kupfer
Acknowledgments 259(22)
Introduction vii
Overview
An 8-Year-Old Boy with Autism 1 (10)
I. Rapin
Description
The Screening and Diagnosis of Autistic 11 (46)
Spectrum Disorders
P. A. Filipek
P. J. Accardo
G. T. Baranek
E. H. Cook Jr.
G. Dawson
B. Gordon
J. S. Gravel
C. P. Johnson
R. J. Kallen
S. E. Levy
N. J. Minshew
S. Ozonoff
B. M. Prizant
I. Rapin
S. J. Rogers
W. L. Stone
S. Teplin
R. F. Tuchman
F. R. Volkmar
Epidemiology
Epidemiology of Autism: Prevalence, 57 (8)
Associated Characteristics, and Implications
for Research and Service Delivery
W. E. Bryson
I. M. Smith
The Epidemiology of Autism: A Review 65 (18)
E. Fombonne
Autistic and Dysphasic Children, II Epilepsy 83 (8)
R. F. Tuchman
I. Rapin
S. Shinnar
Genetics
Autism as a Strongly Genetic Disorder: 91 (16)
Evidence from a British Twin Study
A. Bailey
A. Le Couteur
I. Gottesman
P. Bolton
E. Simonoff
E. Yuzda
M. Rutter
Genetics of Autism: Characteristics of 107(9)
Affected and Unaffected Children from 37
Multiplex Families
D. Spiker
L. Lotspeich
H. C. Kraemer
Evidence Supporting WNT2 as an Autism 116(7)
Susceptibility Gene
T. H. Wassink
J. Piven
V. J. Vieland
J. Huang
R. E. Swiderski
J. Pietila
T. Braun
G. Beck
S. E. Folstein
J. L. Haines
V. C. Sheffield
Neurobiology of Disease
The Neuroanatomy of Autism: A Voxel-Based 123(3)
Whole Brain Analysis of Structural Scans
F. Abell
M. Krams
J. Ashburner
R. Passingham
K. Friston
Abnormal Processing of Social Information 126(10)
from Faces in Autism
R. Adolphs
L. Sears
J. Piven
The Human Amygdala in Social Judgment 136(5)
R. Adolphs
D. Tranel
A. R. Damasio
A Clinicopathological Study of Autism 141(18)
A. Bailey
P. Luthbert
A. Dean
B. Harding
I. Janota
M. Montgomery
M. Rutter
P. Lantos
Autism: Towards an Integration of Clinical, 159(38)
Genetic, Neuropsychologica0l, and
Neurobiological Perspectives
A. Bailey
W. Phillips
M. Rutter
Hypoplasia of Cerebellar Vermal Lobules VI 197(6)
and VII in Autism
E. Courchesne
R. Yeung-Courchesne
G. A. Press
J. R. Hesselink
T. L. Jernigan
``Theory of Mind'' in the Brain: Evidence 203(6)
from a PET Scan Study of Asperger Syndrome
F. Happe
S. Ehlers
P. Fletcher
U. Frith
M. Johansson
C. Gillberg
R. Dolan
R. Frackowiak
C. Frith
Neuropathology of Infantile Autism 209(8)
T. L. Kemper
M. Bauman
Autism Spectrum Disorders 217(9)
C. Lord
E. H. Cook
B. L. Leventhal
D. G. Amaral
Frontal Lobe Contributions to Theory of Mind 226(17)
V. E. Stone
S. Baron-Cohen
R. T. Knight
Treatment
A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study of 243(10)
Risperidone in Adults with Autistic Disorder
and Other Pervasive Developmental Disorders
C. J. McDougle
J. P. Holmes
D. C. Carlson
Long-Term Outcome for Children with Autism 253(15)
Who Received Early Intensive Behavioral
Treatment
J. J. McEachern
T. Smith
O. I. Lovaas
Empirically Supported Comprehensive Treatment 268(13)
of Young Children with Autism
S. J. Rogers
Acknowledgments 281(48)
Introduction xi
Overview
Catching Up on Schizophrenia: Natural History 1 (10)
and Neurobiology
D. A. Lewis
J. A. Lieberman
A Unitary Model of Schizophrenia 11 (7)
N. C. Andreasen
Implications of Normal Brain Development for 18 (10)
the Pathogenesis of Schizophrenia
D. R. Weinberger
Epidemiology
Lifetime Prevalence, Demographic Risk 28 (10)
Factors, and Diagnostic Validity of
Nonaffective Psychosis as Assessed in a US
Community Sample
K. Kendler
T. Gallagher
J. Abelson
R. C. Kessler
Obstetric Complications and the Risk of 38 (7)
Schizophrenia
C. Dalman
P. Allbeck
J. Cullberg
C. Grunewald
M. Koster
Effects of Family History and Place and 45 (7)
Season of Birth on the Risk of Schizophrenia
P. B. Mortensen
C. B. Pedersen
T. Westergaard
J. Wohlfahrt
H. Ewald
O. Mors
P. K. Andersen
M. Melbye
Genetics
The Types and Prevalence of Mental Illness in 52 (5)
the Biological and Adoptive Families of
Adopted Schizophrenics
S. S. Kety
D. Rosenthal
P. H. Wender
F. Schulsinger
An Independent Analysis of the Danish 57 (10)
Adoption Study of Schizophrenia
K. S. Kendler
A. M. Gruenberg
Genetics of Schizophrenia and the New 67 (14)
Millennium: Progress and Pitfalls
M. Baron
Effect of COMT Val 108/158 Met Genotype on 81 (6)
Frontal Lobe Function and Risk of
Schizophrenia
M. F. Egan
T. E. Goldberg
B. S. Kolachana
Natural History
Epidemiology and Natural History of 87 (11)
Schizophrenia
E. J. Bromet
S. Fennig
Stability and Course of Neuropsychological 98 (9)
Deficits in Schizophrenia
R. K. Heaton
J. A. Gladsjo
B. W. Palmer
J. Kuck
T. D. Marcotte
D. V. Jeste
Predictors of Relapse following Response from 107(8)
a First Episode of Schizophrenia or
Schizoaffective Disorder
D. Robinson
M. G. Woerner
J. M. Alvir
R. Bilder
R. Goldman
S. Geisler
A. Koreen
B. Sheitman
M. Chakos
D. Mayerhoff
J. A. Lieberman
Brain Development
Progressive Cortical Change during 115(7)
Adolescence in Childhood-Onset Schizophrenia:
A Longitudinal Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Study
J. L. Rapoport
J. N. Giedd
J. Blumenthal
S. Hamburger
N. Jeffries
T. Fernandez
R. Nicolson
J. Bedwell
M. Lenane
A. Zijdenbos
T. Paus
A. Evans
Childhood Onset Psychotic Disorders: Magnetic 122(6)
Resonance Imaging of Volumetric Differences
in Brain Structure
S. Kumura
J. N. Giedd
A. C. Vaituzis
Neurobiology of Disease
Lamina-Specific Alterations in the Dopamine 128(11)
Innervation of the Prefrontal Cortex in
Schizophrenic Subjects
M. Akil
J. N. Pierri
R. E. Whitehead
C. L. Edgar
C. Mohila
A. R. Sampson
D. A. Lewis
Absence of Neurodegeneration and Neural 139(9)
Injury in the Cerebral Cortex in a Sample of
Elderly Patients with Schizophrenia
S. E. Arnold
J. Q. Trojanowski
R. E. Gur
P. Blackwell
L. Y. Han
C. Choi
Selective Deficits in Prefrontal Cortex 148(10)
Function in Medication-Naive Patients with
Schizophrenia
D. M. Barch
C. S. Carter
T. S. Braver
Thalamic Volumes in Patients with 158(7)
First-Episode Schizophrenia
A. R. Gilbert
D. R. Rosenberg
K. Harenski
S. Spencer
J. A. Sweeney
M. S. Keshavan
Decreased Dendritic Spine Density on 165(10)
Prefrontal Cortical Pyramidal Neurons in
Schizophrenia
L. A. Glantz
D. A. Lewis
The Emerging Role of Glutamate in the 175(12)
Pathophysiology and Treatment of Schizophrenia
D. C. Goff
J. T. Coyle
Cortical Abnormalities in Schizophrenia 187(12)
Identified by Structural Magnetic Resonance
Imaging
J. M. Goldstein
J. M. Goodman
L. J. Seidman
The Neuropathology of Schizophrenia: A 199(32)
Critical Review of the Data and Their
Interpretation
P. J. Harrison
Single Photon Emission Computerized 231(6)
Tomography Imaging of Amphetamine-Induced
Dopamine Release in Drug-Free Schizophrenic
Subjects
M. Laruelle
A. Abi-Dargham
C. H. van Dyck
R. Gil
C. D. D'Souza
J. Erdos
E. McCance
W. Rosenblatt
C. Fingado
S. S. Zoghbi
R. M. Baldwin
J. P. Seibyl
J. H. Krystal
D. S. Charney
R. B. Innis
Compromised White Matter Tract Integrity in 237(9)
Schizophrenia Inferred from Diffusion Tensor
Imaging
K. O. Lim
M. Hedehus
M. Moseley
Decreased Prefrontal Dopamine D1 Receptors in 246(3)
Schizophrenia Revealed by PET
Y. Okubo
T. Suhara
K. Suzuki
K. Kobayashi
O. Inoue
O. Terasaki
Y. Someya
T. Sassa
Y. Sudo
E. Matsushima
M. Iyo
Y. Tateno
M. Toru
Neuronal and Glial Somal Size in the 249(10)
Prefrontal Cortex: A Postmortem Morphometric
Study of Schizophrenia and Huntington Disease
G. Rajkowska
L. D. Selemon
P. S. Goldman-Rakic
The Reduced Neuropil Hypothesis: A Circuit 259(10)
Based Model of Schizophrenia
L. D. Selemon
P. S. Goldman-Rakic
Anatomical Abnormalities in the Brains of 269(6)
Monozygotic Twins Discordant for Schizophrenia
R. L. Suddath
G. W. Christison
E. F. Torrey
M. F. Casanova
D. R. Weinberger
Treatment
The Psychosocial Treatment of Schizophrenia: 275(13)
An Update
J. R. Bustillo
J. Lauriello
W. P. Horan
S. J. Keith
Reversal of Antipsychotic-Induced Working 288(3)
Memory Deficits by Short-Term Dopamine D1
Receptor Stimulation
S. A. Castner
G. V. Williams
P. S. Goldman-Rakic
Clozapine for the Treatment-Resistant 291(9)
Schizophrenic: A Double-Blind Comparison with
Chlorpromazine
J. Kane
G. Honigfeld
J. Singer
H. Meltzer
Clinical and Theoretical Implications of 300(9)
5-HT2 and D2 Receptor Occupancy of Clozapine
Risperidone
Olanzapine in Schizophrenia
S. Kapur
R. B. Zipursky
G. Remington
Antipsychotic Treatment Induces Alterations 309(12)
in Dendrite- and Spine-Associated Proteins in
Dopamine-Rich Areas of the Primate Cerebral
Cortex
M. S. Lidow
Z.-M. Song
S. A. Castner
P. B. Allen
P. Greengard
P. S. Goldman-Rakic
Age at Onset and Gender of Schizophrenic 321(8)
Patients in Relation to Neuroleptic Resistance
H. Y. Meltzer
J. Rabinowitz
M. a. Lee
Acknowledgments 329
Introduction ix
Overview
Diagnosis and Treatment of Attention Deficit 1 (38)
Hyperactivity Disorder
National Institutes of Health Consensus
Development Conference Statement
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and 39 (5)
Hyperkinetic Disorder
J. M. Swanson
J. A. Sergeant
E. Taylor
E. J. Sonuga-Barke
P. S. Jensen
D. P. Cantwell
Genetics
Further Evidence for Family-Genetic Risk 44 (11)
Factors in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Disorder: Patterns of Comorbidity in Probands
and Relatives in Psychiatrically and
Pediatrically Referred Samples
J. Biederman
S. V. Faraone
K. Keenan
Genetics of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity 55 (8)
Disorder
E. H. Cook
Genetics and Developmental Psychopathology: 63 (16)
2. The Main Effects of Genes and Environment
on Behavioral Problems in the Virginia Twin
Study of Adolescent Behavioral Development
L. J. Eaves
J. L. Silberg
J. M. Meyer
H. H. Maes
E. Simonoff
A. Pickles
M. Ruter
M. C. Neale
C. A. Reynolds
M. T. Erikson
A. C. Heath
R. Loeber
K. R. Truett
J. K. Hewitt
Natural History
A Prospective 4-Year Follow-up Study of 79 (10)
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity and Related
Disorders
J. Biederman
S. Faraone
S. Milberger
J. Guite
E. Mick
L. Chen
D. Mennin
A. Marrs
C. Ouellette
P. Moore
T. Spencer
D. Norman
T. Wilens
I. Kraus
J. Perrin
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in 89 (13)
Adults: An Overview
S. V. Faraone
J. Biederman
T. Spencer
T. Wilens
L. J. Seidman
E. Mick
A. E. Doyle
Emotional and Occupational Outcome of 102(6)
Hyperactive Boys Grown Up
S. Mannuzza
R. G. Klein
A. Bessler
P. Malloy
M. LaPadula
Psychiatric, Psychosocial, and Cognitive 108(12)
Functioning of Female Adolescents with ADHD
J. J. Rucklidge
R. Tannock
Evolution
Evolution and Revolution in Child Psychiatry: 120(11)
ADHD as a Disorder of Adaptation
P. S. Jensen
D. Mrazek
P. K. Knapp
L. Steinberg
C. Pfeffer
J. Schowalter
T. Shapiro
Brain and Behavior
Behavioral Inhibition, Sustained Attention, 131(30)
and Executive Function: Constructing a
Unified Theory of ADHD
R. A. Barkley
Quantitative Brain Magnetic Resonance Imaging 161(10)
in Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
F. X. Castellanos
J. N. Giedd
W. L. Marsh
S. D. Hamburge
A. C. Vaituzis
D. P. Dickstein
S. E. Sarfatti
Y. C. Vauss
J. W. Snell
N. Lange
D. Kaysen
A. L. Krain
G. F. Ritchie
J. C. Rajapakse
J. L. Rapoport
Quantitative Brain Magnetic Resonance Imaging 171(8)
in Girls with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity
Disorder
F. X. Castellanos
J. N. Giedd
P. C. Berquin
W. Sharp
Is ADHD a Disinhibitory Disorder? 179(29)
J. T. Nigg
Preliminary Findings of Antistreptococcal 208(9)
Antibody Titers and Basal Ganglia Volumes in
Tic, Obsessive-Compulsive, and Attention
Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders
B. S. Peterson
J. F. Leckman
D. Tucker
L. Scahill
L. Staib
H. Zhang
R. King
D. J. Cohen
J. C. Gore
P. Lombroso
Cognitive Neuroscience of Attention Deficit 217(9)
Hyperactivity Disorder and Hyperkinetic
Disorder
J. Swanson
F. X. Castellanos
M. Murias
G. LaHoste
J. Kennedy
Hyperactivity and Impaired Response 226(7)
Habituation in Hyperdopaminergic Mice
X. Zhuang
R. S. Oosting
S. R. Jones
R. R. Gainetdinov
G. W. Miller
M. G. Caron
R. Hen
Treatment
Stimulant Treatment for Children: A Community 233(11)
Perspective
A. Angold
A. Erkanli
H. L. Egger
E. J. Costello
Moderators and Mediators of Treatment 244(9)
Response for Children with
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: The
Multimodal Treatment Study of Children with
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
MTA Cooperative Group
A 14-Month Randomized Clinical Trial of 253(14)
Treatment Strategies for
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: The
MTA Cooperative Group Multimodal Treatment
Study of Children with ADHD
MTA Cooperative Group
Stimulant Treatment in Maryland Public Schools 267(7)
D. J. Safer
M. Malever
A Double-Blind, Crossover Comparison of 274(11)
Methylphenidate and Placebo in Adults with
Childhood-Onset Attention-Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder
T. Spencer
T. Wilens
J. Biederman
Trends in the Prescribing of Psychotropic 285(2)
Medications to Preschoolers
J. M. Zito
D. J. Safer
S. dosReis
J. F. Gardner
M. Boles
F. Lynch
Acknowledgments 287(6)
Introduction vii
Epidemiology
Prevalence and Correlates of Drug Use and 1 (12)
Dependence in the United States: Results from
the National Comorbidity Survey
L. A. Warner
R. C. Kessler
M. Hughes
J. C. Anthony
C. B. Nelson
Genetics
Replication of the Stockholm Adoption Study 13 (8)
of Alcoholism: Confirmatory Cross-Fostering
Analysis
S. Sigvardsson
M. Bohman
C. R. Cloninger
Familial Transmission of Substance Use 21 (8)
Disorders
K. R. Merikangas
M. Stolar
D. E. Stevens
J. Goulet
M. A. Preisig
B. Fenton
H. Zhang
S. S. O'Malley
B. J. Rounsaville
Natural History
Drug Dependence, a Chronic Medical Illness: 29 (8)
Implications for Treatment, Insurance and,
Outcomes Evaluation
A. T. McLellan
D. C. Lewis
C. P. O'Brien
H. D. Kleber
A Long-Term Follow-up of Male Alcohol Abuse 37 (8)
G. E. Vaillant
Evolution
An Evolutionary Perspective on Substance Abuse 45 (10)
Randolph M. Nesse
Neurobiology of Disease
Conditioning Factors in Drug Abuse: Can They 55 (8)
Explain Compulsion?
C. P. O'Brien
A. R. Childress
R. Ehrman
S. J. Robbins
The Neural Basis of Drug Craving: An 63 (46)
Incentive-Sensitization Theory of Addiction
T. E. Robinson
K. C. Berridge
A Cognitive Model of Drug Urges and Drug-Use 109(23)
Behavior: Role of Automatic and Nonautomatic
Processes
S. T. Tiffany
Decreased Striatal Dopaminergic 132(5)
Responsiveness in Detoxified
Cocaine-Dependent Subjects
N. D. Volkow
G. J. Wang
J. S. Fowler
J. Logan
S. J. Gatley
R. Hitzemann
A. D. Chen
S. L. Dewey
N. Pappas
What Is the Role of Dopamine in Reward: 137(62)
Hedonic Impact, Reward Learning, or Incentive
Salience?
K. C. Berridge
T. E. Robinson
Acute Effects of Cocaine on Human Brain 199(22)
Activity and Emotion
H. C. Breiter
R. L. Gollub
R. M. Weisskoff
D. N. Kennedy
N. Makris
J. D. Berke
J. M. Goodman
H. L. Kantor
D. R. Gastfriend
J. P. Riorden
R. T. Mathew
B. R. Rosen
S. E. Hyman
Illicit Psychoactive Substance Use, Heavy 221(10)
Use, Abuse, and Dependence in a US
Population-Based Sample of Male Twins
K. S. Kendler
L. M. Karkowski
M. C. Neale
C. A. Prescott
Predictive Reward Signal of Dopamine Neurons 231(28)
W. Schultz
Prediction of Reinforcing Responses to 259(5)
Psychostimulants in Humans by Brain Dopamine
D2 Receptor Levels
N. D. Volkow
G. J. Wang
J. S. Fowler
J. Logan
S. J. Gatley
A. Gifford
R. Hitzemann
Y. S. Ding
N. Pappas
Addictive Drugs as Reinforcers: Multiple 264(29)
Partial Actions on Memory Systems
N. M. White
Acknowledgments 293(6)
Introduction ix
Epidemiology
The Prevalence and Distribution of Major 1 (8)
Depression in a National Community Sample:
The National Comorbidity Survey
D. G. Blazer
R. C. Kessler
K. A. McGonagle
M. S. Swartz
Comparing Age at the Outset of Major 9 (8)
Depression and Other Psychiatric Disorders by
Birth Cohorts in Five U. S. Community
Populations
K. C. Burke
J. D. Burke
D. S. Rae
D. A. Regier
Socioeconomic Burden of Subsyndromal 17 (7)
Depressive Symptoms and Major Depression in a
Sample of the General Population
L. L. Judd
M. P. Paulus
K. B. Wells
M. H. Rapoport
Boundaries of Major Depression: An Evaluation 24 (7)
of DSM-IV Criteria
K. S. Kendler
C. O. Gardner
Prevalence of and Risk Factors for Lifetime 31 (10)
Suicide Attempts in the National Comorbidity
Survey
R. C. Kessler
G. Borges
E. E. Walters
A 40-Year Perspective on the Prevalence of 41 (8)
Depression
J. M. Murphy
N. M. Laird
R. R. Monson
A. M. Sobol
A. H. Leighton
Natural History
Depressive Symptomatology and Incident 49 (9)
Cognitive Decline in an Elderly Community
Sample
S. S. Bassuk
L. F. Berkman
D. Wypij
Lost Human Capital from Early-Onset Chronic 58 (9)
Depression
E. R. Berndt
L. M. Koran
S. N. Finkelstein
A. L. Gelenberg
The Effects of Stressful Life Events on 67 (25)
Depression
R. C. Kessler
Natural Course of Adolescent Major Depressive 92 (8)
Disorder in a Community Sample: Predictors of
Recurrence in Young Adults
P. M. Lewinsohn
P. Rohde
J. R. Seeley
D. N. Klein
I. A. Gotlib
Recurrence after Recovery from Major 100(7)
Depressive Disorder during 15 Years of
Observational Follow-up
T. I. Mueller
A. C. Leon
M. B. Keller
Association between Depression and Mortality 107(8)
in Older Adults
R. Schulz
S. R. Beach
D. G. Ives
L. M. Martire
A. A. Ariyo
W. J. Kop
Depression and Medical Disorders
MRI Defined Vascular Depression 115(5)
K. R. Krishnan
J. C. Hays
D. G. Blazer
The Relationship of Depression to 120(13)
Cardiovascular Disease: Epidemiology,
Biology, and Treatment
D. L. Musselman
D. L. Evans
C. B. Nemeroff
Genes and Environment
Symptoms of Anxiety and Symptoms of 133(8)
Depression: Same Genes, Different
Environments?
K. S. Kendler
A. C. Heath
N. G. Martin
L. J. Eaves
Stressful Life Events, Genetic Liability, and 141(10)
Onset of an Episode of Major Depression in
Women
K. S. Kendler
R. C. Kessler
E. E. Walters
The Genetics of Major Depressive Disorder 151(5)
G. S. Malhi
J. Moore
P. McGuffin
Genetic Epidemiology of Major Depression: 156(12)
Review and Meta-analysis
P. F. Sullivan
M. C. Neale
K. S. Kendler
Childhood Sexual Abuse as a Risk Factor for 168(14)
Depression in Women: Psychosocial and
Neurobiological Correlates
E. L. Weiss
J. G. Longhurst
C. Mazure
Evolution
Is Depression an Adaptation? 182(8)
R. M. Nesse
Neurobiology and Behavior
Subgenual Prefrontal Cortex Abnormalities in 190(5)
Mood Disorders
W. C. Drevets
J. L. Price
J. R. Simpson
R. D. Todd
T. Reich
M. Vannier
M. E. Raichle
A Molecular and Cellular Theory of Depression 195(10)
R. S. Duman
G. R. Heninger
E. J. Nestler
The Impact of Early Adverse Experiences on 205(14)
Brain Systems Involved in the Pathophysiology
of Anxiety and Affective Disorders
C. Heim
C. B. Nemeroff
The Corticosteroid Receptor Hypothesis of 219(26)
Depression
F. Holsboer
Reciprocal Limbic-Cortical Function and 245(9)
Negative Mood: Converging PET Findings in
Depression and Normal Sadness
H. S. Mayberg
M. Liotti
S. K. Brannan
S. McGinnis
R. K. Mahurin
P. A. Jerabek
J. A. Silva
J. L. Tekell
C. C. Martin
J. L. Lancaster
P. T. Fox
Depression Duration but Not Age Predicts 254(11)
Hippocampal Volume Loss in Medically Healthy
Women with Recurrent Major Depression
Y. I. Sheline
M. Sanghavi
M. A. Mintun
M. H. Gado
Treatment Outcomes
Natural History and Preventative Treatment of 265(17)
Recurrent Mood Disorders
E. Frank
M. E. Thase
A Comparison of Nefazodone, the Cognitive 282(9)
Behavioral-Analysis System of Psychotherapy,
and Their Combination for the Treatment of
Chronic Depression
M. B. Keller
J. P. McCullough
D. N. Klein
B. Arnow
D. L. Dunner
A. J. Gelenberg
J. C. Markowitz
C. B. Nemeroff
J. M. Russell
M. E. Thase
M. H. Trivedi
J. Zajecka
Functioning and Utility for Current Health of 291(8)
Patients with Depression or Chronic Medical
Conditions in Managed, Primary Care Practices
K. B. Wells
C. D. Sherbourne
Acknowledgments 299(58)
Introduction vii
Description
A Systematic Method for the Clinical 1 (16)
Description and Classification of Personality
Variants
C. R. Cloninger
The Five-Factor Model of Personality and Its 17 (17)
Relevance to Personality Disorders
P. T. Costa
R. R. McCrae
An Alternative ``Description of 34 (15)
Personality'': The Big-Five Factor Structure
L. R. Goldberg
The Phenomenological and Conceptual Interface 49 (10)
of Borderline and Posttraumatic Stress
Disorder
J. G. Gunderson
A. Sabo
Reconciling Processing Dynamics and 59 (31)
Personality Dispositions
W. Mischel
Y. Shoda
Adolescence-Limited and Life-Course 90 (28)
Persistent Antisocial Behavior: A
Developmental Taxonomy
T. E. Moffitt
Personality and Personality Disorders 118(14)
T. A. Widiger
P. T. Costa Jr.
Epidemiology
The Prevalence of Personality Disorders in a 132(7)
Community Sample
S. Torgersen
E. Kringlen
V. Cramer
Genes and Environment
Sources of Human Psychological Differences: 139(7)
The Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart
T. J. Bouchard Jr.
D. T. Lykken
M. McGue
N. L. Segal
A. Tellegen
Comparing the Biological and Cultural 146(19)
Inheritance of Personality and Social
Attitudes in the Virginia 30,000 Study of
Twins and Their Relatives
L. Eaves
A. Heath
N. Martin
H. Maies
M. Neale
K. Kendler
K. Kirk
L. Corey
Genetics and Developmental Psychopathology: 165(21)
1. Phenotypic Assessment in the Virginia Twin
Study of Adolescent Behavioral Development
J. K. Hewitt
J. L. Silberg
M. Rutter
E. Simonoff
J. M. Meyer
H. Maes
A. Pickles
M. C. Neale
R. Loeber
M. T. Erickson
K. S. Kendler
A. C. Heath
K. R. Truett
C. A. Reynolds
L. J. Eaves
Childhood Maltreatment Increases Risk for 186(7)
Personality Disorders during Early Adulthood
J. G. Johnson
P. Cohen
J. Brown
E. M. Smailes
D. P. Bernstein
A Test of the Equal-Environment Assumption in 193(8)
Twin Studies of Psychiatric Illness
K. S. Kendler
M. C. Neale
R. C. Kessler
A. C. Heath
L. J. Eaves
Parenting and Its Effects on Children: On 201(28)
Reading and Misreading Behavior Genetics
E. E. Maccoby
The Role of Inheritance in Behavior 229(6)
R. Plomin
Personality Similarity in Twins Reared Apart 235(9)
and Together
A. Tellegen
D. R. Lykken
T. J. Bouchard
K. J. Wilcox
N. L. Segal
S. Rich
A Twin Study of Personality Disorders 244(10)
S. Torgersen
S. Lygren
P. A. Olien
Peers and Neighborhoods
Where Is the Child's Environment? A Group 254(33)
Socialization Theory Development
J. R. Harris
Neurobiology and Behavior
Insensitivity to Future Consequences 287(10)
following Damage to Human Prefrontal Cortex
A. Bechara
A. R. Damasio
H. Damasio
S. W. Anderson
Individuals with Sociopathic Behavior Caused 297(14)
by Frontal Damage Fail to Respond
Autonomically to Social Stimuli
A. R. Damasio
D. Tranel
H. Damasio
Dysfunction in the Neural Circuitry of 311(4)
Emotion Regulation--a Possible Prelude to
Violence
R. J. Davidson
K. M. Putnam
C. L. Larson
Treatment
Research on Dialectical Behavior Therapy for 315(18)
Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder
K. Koerner
M. M. Linehan
Psychopharmacology of Borderline Personality 333(24)
Disorder
P. H. Soloff
Acknowledgments 357
Introduction ix
Description and Overview
Body Dysmorphic Disorder 1 (12)
A. Allen
E. Hollander
Body Dysmorphic Disorder: A Review of 13 (22)
Conceptualizations, Assessment, and Treatment
Strategies
M. B. Cororve
D. H. Gleaves
Epidemiology
The Epidemiology and Cross-National 35 (15)
Presentation of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
E. Horwath
M. M. Weissman
Prevalence of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 50 (6)
in the British Nationwide Survey of Child
Mental Health
I. Heyman
E. Fombonne
H. Simmons
T. Ford
H. Meltzer
R. Goodman
Tourette's Disorder: Epidemiology and 56 (8)
Comorbidity in Primary School Children
B. Kadesjo
C. Gillberg
Genetics
A Family Study of Gilles de la Tourette 64 (10)
Syndrome
D. L. Pauls
C. L. Raymond
J. M. Stevenson
J. F. Leckman
A Family Study of Obsessive-Compulsive 74 (6)
Disorder
G. Nestadt
J. Samuels
M. Riddle
O. J. Bienvenu III
K. Y. Liang
M. LaBuda
J. Walkup
M. Grados
R. Hoehn-Saric
Natural History
Course of Tic Severity in Tourette Syndrome: 80 (6)
The First Two Decades
J. F. Leckman
H. Zhang
A. Vitale
Body Dysmorphic Disorder: 30 Cases of 86 (7)
Imagined Ugliness
K. A. Phillips
S. L. McElroy
P. E. Keck
H. G. Pope
J. I. Hudson
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Children and 93 (6)
Adolescents
M. Riddle
A 40-Year Follow-up of Patients with 99 (8)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
G. Skoog
I. Skoog
Co-Occurring Disorders
Prospective, Longitudinal Study of Tic, 107(12)
Obsessive-Compulsive, and
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders in
an Epidemiological Sample
B. S. Peterson
D. S. Pine
P. Cohen
J. S. Brook
Neurobiology of Disease
Toward a Neurobiology of Obsessive-Compulsive 119(6)
Disorder
A. M. Graybiel
S. L. Rauch
Obsessive-Compulsive and Other Behavioural 125(28)
Changes with Bilateral Basal Ganglia Lesions:
A Neuropsychological, Magnetic Resonance
Imaging, and Positron Tomography Study
D. Laplane
M. Levasseur
B. Pillon
Tourette's Syndrome: When Habit-Forming 153(6)
Systems Form Habits of Their Own?
J. F. Leckman
M. A. Riddle
Functional Neuroimaging and the Neuroanatomy 159(25)
of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
S. Saxena
S. L. Rauch
Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric 184(8)
Disorders Associated with Streptococcal
Infections: Clinical Description of the First
50 Cases
S. E. Swedo
H. L. Leonard
M. Garvey
B. Mittleman
A. J. Allen
S. Perlmutter
L. Lougee
S. Dow
J. Zamkoff
B. K. Dubbert
Tourette's Syndrome and ``PANDAS'': Will the 192(6)
Relation Bear Out? Pediatric Autoimmune
Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with
Streptococcal Infection
R. Kurlan
A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study 198(9)
of Tic Suppression in Tourette Syndrome
B. S. Peterson
P. Skudlarski
A. W. Anderson
H. Zhang
J. C. Gatenby
C. M. Lacadie
J. F. Leckman
J. C. Gore
A Functional Neuroanatomy of Tics in Tourette 207(8)
Syndrome
E. Stern
D. A. Silbersweig
K.-Y. Chee
Regional Brain Volume Abnormalities and 215(10)
Long-Term Cognitive Outcome in Preterm Infants
B. S. Peterson
B. Vohr
L. H. Staib
C. J. Cannistraci
A. Dolberg
K. C. Schneider
K. H. Katz
M. Westerveld
S. Sparrow
A. W. Anderson
C. C. Duncan
R. W. Makuch
J. C. Gore
L. R. Ment
Orbital Frontal and Amygdala Volume 225(8)
Reductions in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
P. R. Szeszko
D. Robinson
J. M. Alvir
R. M. Bilder
T. Lencz
M. Ashtari
H. Wu
B. Bogerts
Tourette Syndrome: Prediction of Phenotypic 233(4)
Variation in Monozygotic Twins by Caudate
Nucleus D2 Receptor Binding
S. S. Wolf
D. W. Jones
M. B. Knable
J. G. Gorey
K. S. Lee
T. M. Hyde
R. Coppola
D. R. Weinberger
Treatment
A Multicenter Investigation of Fixed-Dose 237(9)
Fluoxetine in the Treatment of
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
G. D. Tollefson
A. H. Rampey
J. H. Potvin
Effectiveness of Psychological and 246(10)
Pharmacological Treatments for
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Quantitative
Review
J. S. Abramowitz
Effectiveness of Exposure and Ritual 256(9)
Prevention for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder:
Randomized Compared with Nonrandomized Samples
M. E. Franklin
J. S. Abramowitz
M. J. Kozak
J. T. Levitt
E. B. Foa
Acknowledgments 265
Introduction ix
Overview
Allostasis and Allostatic Load: Implications 2 (17)
for Neuropsycho pharmacology
B. S. McEwen
Neuroendocrine Factors
Oral Administration of a 19 (6)
Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone Receptor
Antagonist Significantly Attenuates
Behavioral, Neuroendocrine, and Autonomic
Responses to Stress in Primates
K. E. Habib
K. P. Weld
K. C. Rice
J. Pushkas
M. Champoux
S. Listwak
E. L. Webster
A. J. Atkinson
J. Schulkin
C. Contoreggi
G. P. Chrousos
S. M. McCann
S. J. Suomi
J. D. Higley
P. W. Gold
Hormone Profiles in Humans Experiencing 25 (12)
Military Survival Training
C. A. Morgan III
S. Wang
J. Mason
S. M. Southwick
P. Fox
G. Hazlett
D. S. Charney
G. Greenfield
Stress and Social Factors
Can Poverty Get under Your Skin? Basal 37 (24)
Cortisol Levels and Cognitive Function in
Children from Low and High Socioeconomic
Status
S. J. Lupie
S. King
M. J. Meaney
B. S. McEwen
Health Inequalities among British Civil 61 (8)
Servants: The Whitehall II Study
M. G. Marmot
G. D. Smith
S. Stansfeld
C. Patel
F. North
J. Head
I. White
E. Brunner
A. Feeney
Contribution of Job Control and Other Risk 69 (6)
Factors to Social Variations in Coronary
Heart Disease Incidence
M. G. Marmot
H. Bosma
H. Hemingway
E. Brunner
S. Stansfeld
Stress and Brain Development
Maternal Care, Hippocampal Glucocorticoid 75 (4)
Receptors, and Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal
Responses to Stress
D. Liu
J. Diorio
B. Tannenbaum
C. Caldji
D. Francis
A. Freedman
S. Sharma
D. Pearson
P. M. Plotsky
M. J. Meaney
Nongenomic Transmission across Generations of 79 (5)
Maternal Behavior and Stress Responses in the
Rat
D. Francis
J. Diorio
D. Liu
M. J. Meaney
Pituitary-Adrenal and Autonomic Responses to 84 (6)
Stress in Women after Sexual and Physical
Abuse in Childhood
C. Heim
D. J. Newport
S. Heit
Y. P. Graham
M. Wilcox
R. Bonsall
A. H. Miller
C. B. Nemeroff
Adoption Reverses the Long-Term Impairment in 90 (8)
Glucocorticoid Feedback Induced by Prenatal
Stress
S. Maccari
P. V. Piazza
M. Kabbaj
A. Barbazanges
H. Simon
M. Le Moal
Stress and Memory
Beta-Adrenergic Activation and Memory for 98 (3)
Emotional Events
L. Cahill
B. Prins
M. Weber
J. L. McGaugh
Stress and Glucocorticoids Impair Retrieval 101(5)
of Long-Term Spatial Memory
D. J. de Quervain
B. Roozendaal
J. L. McGaugh
Degeneration, Regeneration and, Neurogenesis
Proliferation of Granule Cell Precursors in 106(4)
the Dentate Gyrus of Adult Monkeys Is
Diminished by Stress
E. Gould
P. Tanapat
B. S. McEwen
G. Flugge
E. Fuchs
Exposure to Fox Odor Inhibits Cell 110(9)
Proliferation in the Hippocampus of Adult
Rats via an Adrenal Hormone-Dependent
Mechanism
P. Tanapat
N. B. Hastings
T. A. Rydel
L. A. Galea
E. Gould
Hippocampal Damage Associated with Prolonged 119(6)
Glucocorticoid Exposure in Primates
R. M. Sapolsky
H. Uno
C. S. Rebert
C. E. Finch
Glucocorticoids and Hippocampal Atrophy in 125(12)
Neuropsychiatric Disorders
R. M. Sapolsky
Stress and Depression
Pronounced and Sustained Central 137(6)
Hypernoradrenergic Function in Major
Depression with Melancholic Features:
Relation to Hypercortisolism and
Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone
M. L. Wong
M. A. Kling
P. J. Munson
S. Listwak
J. Licinio
P. Prolo
B. Karp
I. E. McCutcheon
T. D. Geracioti Jr.
M. D. DeBellis
K. C. Rice
D. S. Goldstein
J. D. Veldhuis
G. P. Chrousos
E. H. Oldfield
S. M. McCann
P. W. Gold
Major Depression and the Stress System: A 143(16)
Life Span Perspective
S. E. Meyer
G. P. Chrousos
P. W. Gold
Stress and Trauma
Psychiatric Disorders among Survivors of the 159(9)
Oklahoma City Bombing
C. S. North
S. J. Nixon
S. Shariat
S. Mallonee
J. C. McMillen
E. L. Spitznagel
E. M. Smith
Longitudinal Study of Psychiatric Symptoms, 168(9)
Disability, Mortality, and Emigration among
Bosnian Refugees
R. F. Mollica
N. Sarajlic
M. Chernoff
J. Lavelle
I. S. Vukovic
M. P. Massagli
Childhood Trauma and Risk for PTSD: 177(21)
Relationship to Intergenerational Effects of
Trauma, Parental PTSD, and Cortisol Excretion
R. Yehuda
S. L. Hallig
R. Grossman
Stress and General Health
Allostatic Load as a Marker of Cumulative 198(7)
Biological Risk: MacArthur Studies of
Successful Aging
T. E. Seeman
B. S. McEwen
J. W. Rowe
B. H. Singer
Successful Aging 205(10)
G. E. Vaillant
K. Mukmal
Neural-Immune Interactions in Health and 215(8)
Disease
E. M. Sternberg
Stress and Drug Addiction
The Role of Stress in Drug Self-Administration 223(8)
P. V. Piazza
M. L. Le Moal
Acknowledgments 231(116)
Introduction ix
Description
Phenomenology and Course of Generalized 2 (7)
Anxiety Disorder
K. A. Yonkers
M. G. Warshaw
A. O. Massion
M. D. Keller
Social Phobia: Review of a Neglected Anxiety 9 (8)
Disorder
M. R. Liebowitz
J. M. Gorman
A. J. Fyer
D. F. Klein
Epidemiology
The Cross-National Epidemiology of Panic 17 (5)
Disorder
M. M. Weissman
R. C. Bland
G. J. Canino
C. Faravelli
S. Greenwald
H. G. Hwu
P. R. Joyce
E. G. Karam
C. K. Lee
J. Lellouch
J. P. Lepine
S. C. Newman
M. A. Oakley-Browne
M. Rubio-Stipec
J. E. Wells
P. J. Wickramaratne
H. U. Wittchen
E. K. Yeh
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in the National 22 (13)
Comorbidity Survey
R. C. Kessler
A. Sonnega
E. Bromet
M. Hughes
C. B. Nelson
Impairment in Pure and Comorbid Generalized 35 (10)
Anxiety Disorder and Major Depression at 12
Months in Two National Surveys
R. C. Kessler
R. L. DuPont
P. Berglund
H. U. Wittchen
Social Phobia Subtypes in the National 45 (8)
Comorbidity Survey
R. C. Kessler
M. B. Stein
P. A. Berglund
Genes and Environment
Patterns of Psychopathology and Dysfunction 53 (10)
in High-Risk Children of Parents with Panic
Disorder and Major Depression
J. Biederman
S. V. Faraone
D. R. Hirshfeld-Becker
D. Friedman
J. A. Robin
J. F. Rosenbaum
Vulnerability Factors among Children at Risk 63 (13)
for Anxiety Disorders
K. R. Merikangas
S. Avenevoli
L. Dierker
C. Grillon
Natural History
Early Childhood Predictors of Adult Anxiety 76 (6)
Disorders
J. Kagan
N. Snidman
The Long-Term Course of Panic Disorder and 82 (6)
Its Predictors
H. Katsching
M. Amering
Prospective Study of Posttraumatic Stress 88 (9)
Disorder and Depression following Trauma
A. Y. Shalev
S. Freedman
T. Peri
D. Brandes
T. Sahar
S. P. Orr
R. K. Pitman
Co-occurrence of Anxiety Disorders and Other
Illnesses
Comorbidity and Familial Aggregation of 97 (16)
Alcoholism and Anxiety Disorders
K. R. Merikangas
D. E. Stevens
B. Fenton
M. Stolar
S. O'Malley
S. W. Woods
N. Risch
Comorbidity of Anxiety and Unipolar Mood 113(37)
Disorders
S. Mineka
D. Watson
L. A. Clark
Prevalence of Anxiety Disorders and Their 150(5)
Comorbidity with Mood and Addictive Disorders
D. A. Regier
D. S. Rae
W. E. Narrow
C. R. Kaelber
A. F. Schatzberg
Evolution
Fear and Fitness: An Evolutionary Analysis of 155(15)
Anxiety Disorders
I. M. Marks
R. M. Nesse
Brain and Behavior
A Modern Learning Theory Perspective on the 170(29)
Etiology of Panic Disorder
M. E. Bouton
S. Mineka
D. H. Barlow
Brain Systems Mediating Aversive 199(12)
Conditioning: An Event-Related fMRI Study
C. Buchel
J. Morris
R. J. Dolan
K. J. Friston
The Effects of Early Rearing Environment on 211(12)
the Development of GABAA and Central
Benzodiazepine Receptor Levels and
Novelty-Induced Fearfulness in the Rat
C. Caldji
D. Francis
S. Sharma
P. M. Plotsky
M. J. Meaney
The Neuroanatomical and Neurochemical Basis 223(19)
of Conditioned Fear
M. Fendt
M. S. Fanselow
The Amygdala Modulates Prefrontal Cortex 242(3)
Activity Relative to Conditioned Fear
R. Garcia
R. M. Vouimba
M. Baudry
R. F. Thompson
Neuroanatomical Hypotheses of Panic Disorder, 245(14)
Revised
J. M. Gorman
J. M. Kent
G. M. Sullivan
J. D. Coplan
Emotion Circuits in the Brain 259(30)
J. E. LeDoux
Activation of the Left Amygdala to a 289(6)
Cognitive Representation of Fear
E. A. Phelps
K. J. O'Connor
J. C. Gatenby
J. C. Gore
C. Grillon
M. Davis
Treatment
Molecular and Neuronal Substrate for the 295(10)
Selective Attenuation of Anxiety
K. Low
F. Crestani
R. Keist
D. Benke
I. Brunig
J. A. Benson
J. M. Fritschy
T. Rulicke
H. Bluethmann
H. Mohler
U. Rudolph
Fluvoxamine for the Treatment of Anxiety 305(4)
Disorders in Children and Adolescents
The Research Unit on Pediatric
Psychopharmacology Anxiety Study Group
Psychiatric Reaction Patterns to Imipramine 309(7)
D. Klein
M. Fink
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Imipramine, or 316(7)
Their Combination for Panic Disorder: A
Randomized Controlled Trial
D. H. Barlow
J. M. Gorman
M. K. Shear
S. W. Woods
Multicenter, Double-Blind Comparison of 323(8)
Sertraline and Placebo in the Treatment of
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
J. R. T. Davidson
B. O. Rothbaum
B. A. van der Kolk
C. R. Sikes
G. M. Farfel
Psychosocial Treatments for Posttraumatic 331(9)
Stress Disorder: A Review
E. B. Foa
E. A. Meadows
Paroxetine Treatment of Generalized Social 340(7)
Phobia: A Randomized, Double, Blind,
Placebo-Controlled Study
M. B. Stein
M. R. Liebowitz
R. B. Lydiard
Acknowledgments 347