Lewis’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: A Comprehensive Textbook (5th Edition)

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book-author

Andres Martin, Fred R. Volkmar, Michael H. Bloch

publisher

Wolters Kluwer Health; 5th edition

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PDF

pages

1057 pages

language

English

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B074KHKRLZ

isbn10

1496345495

isbn13

9781496345493


Book Description

For 25 years; Lewis’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; 5th Edition; (PDF) has been the foundation of every child and adolescent psychiatrist’s library. Now; three colleagues of Dr. Lewis at the world-renowned Yale Child Study Center; have extensively updated and revised this foundational textbook for its long-awaited fifth edition; the first in ten years. Encyclopedic in scope; it continues to act as a broad reference; deftly encompassing and combining scientific principles; research methodologies; and daily clinical care.

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Additional information

book-author

Andres Martin, Fred R. Volkmar, Michael H. Bloch

publisher

Wolters Kluwer Health; 5th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

1057 pages

language

English

asin

B074KHKRLZ

isbn10

1496345495

isbn13

9781496345493

Table of contents


Table of contents :
FOREWORD TO THE FOURTH EDITION

PREFACE TO THE FIFTH EDITION

CONTRIBUTING AUTHORS

SECTION 1: AN APPROACH TO THE DISCIPLINE
1.1 The Art of the Science: A Child, Family and Systems-Centered Approach
1.2 Ethical Principles in the Practice of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
1.3 A Brief History of Child Psychiatry
1.4 Education and Training
1.5 International Child and Adolescent Mental Health
1.6 Child and Family Policy
1.7 Funding care

SECTION 2: A DEVELOPMENTAL FRAMEWORK
2.1 Normal Development
2.1.1 The Infant and Toddler
2.1.2 The Preschool Child
2.1.3 Development of School-Age Children
2.1.4 Adolescence
2.2 Diverse Populations
2.2.1 Cultural Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
2.2.2 The Hearing or Visually Impaired Child
2.2.3 Sexual Minority Youth: Identity, Role and Orientation
2.3. Developmental Psychopathology
2.3 Developmental Psychopathology

SECTION 3: SCIENTIFIC FOUNDATIONS
3.1 Research Methodology
3.1.1 Understanding Research Methods and Statistics: A Primer for Clinicians
3.1.2 Evidence-Based Practice as a Conceptual Framework
3.1.3 Respect for Children as Research Subjects
3.2. Epidemiology
3.2.1 Epidemiology
3.2.2 Prevention and Health Promotion
3.3 Neurobiology and Genetics
3.3.1 Developmental Neurobiology
3.3.2 Gene Discovery
3.3.3 Molecular Basis of Select Childhood Psychiatric Disorders

SECTION 4: CLINICAL ASSESSMENT AND NOSOLOGY
4.1 Formulation and Integration
4.2 Clinical Assessment of Infants and Toddlers
4.3 Clinical Assessment of children and Adolescents: Content and Structure
4.4 Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment of Children
4.5 Assessing Communication
4.6 Structured Interviewing
4.7 Diagnostic Classification

SECTION 5: SPECIFIC DISORDERS AND SYNDROMES
5.1 Attention and Disruptive Disorders
5.1.1 Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
5.1.2 Oppositional Defiant and Conduct Disorders
5.1.3 Aggression: An Integrative Approach
5.1.4 Fire Behavior in Children and Adolescents
5.2 Developmental Disorders
5.2.1 Autism Spectrum Disorders
5.2.2 Intellectual Disabilities
5.2.3 Learning Disabilities
5.2.4 Communication Disorders
5.3 Psychotic Disorders
5.3 Childhood Onset Schizophrenia and Other Early-Onset Psychotic Disorders
5.4 Mood Disorders
5.4.1 Depressive Disorders
5.4.2 Bipolar Spectrum Disorders
5.4.3 Suicidal Behavior
5.5 Anxiety Disorders
5.5.1 Anxiety Disorders
5.5.2 Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
5.5.3 Trichotillomania and Excoriation Diorders
5.6 Tic and Motor Disorders
5.6 Tourette’s, Tic, and Motor Disorders
5.7 Eating Disorders
5.7.1 Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa
5.7.2 Eating and Growth Disorders in Infants and Children & Other feeding and eating disorders (Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID); Pica, Rumination Disorder, and avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder
5.8 Substance Use Disorders
5.8 Substance Abuse
5.9 Sleep Disorders
5.9 Sleep Disorders
5. 10 Somatization in Children and Adolescents
5.1 Somatization Symptom Disorder
5.11 Delirium and Catatonia
5.11 Delirium and Catatonia
5.12 Elimination Disorders
5.12 Elimination Disorders: Enuresis and Encopresis
5.13 Personality Disorders
5.13 Personality Disorders in Children and Adolescents
5.14 Gender Variance and Gender Dysphoria
5.14 Gender Dysphoria
5.15 Neglect, Abuse, and Trauma-Related Conditions
5.15.1 Child Abuse and Neglect
5.15.2 Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
5.15.3 Reactive Attachment Disorder
5.15.4 Medical Child Abuse
5.15.5 Children Exposed to Disaster

SECTION 6: TREATMENT
6.1 Pediatric Psychopharmacology
6.1.1 Neurochemistry, Pharmacodynamics and Biological Psychiatry
6.1.2 Clinical and Developmental Aspects of Parmacokinetics and Drug Interactions
6.1.3 General Principles, Specific Drug Treatments, and Clinical Practice
6.2 Psychotherapies
6.2.1 Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents: A Critical Overview
6.2.2 Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies
6.2.3 Interpersonal Psychotherapy
6.2.4 Parent Management Training for Disruptive Disorders
6.2.5 Psychodynamic Principles in Practice
6.2.6 Group Therapy
6.2.7 Family Therapy
6.3 The Continuum of Care and Location-Specific Interventions
6.3.1 Designing Emergency Psychiatric Services for Children and Adolescents
6.3.2 Milieu-Based Treatment: Inpatient and Partial Hospitalization, Residential Treatment
6.3.3 Intensive Home-Based Family Preservation Approaches, Including Multisystemic Therapy
6.3.4 Community-Based Treatment and Services
6.3.5 Telepsychiatry

SECTION 7: INTERFACE AREAS OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY
7.1 Pediatrics
7.1.1 Integrating Behavioral Services into Pediatric Care Settings
7.1.2 The Consultation and Liasion Processes to Pediatrics
7.2 Mental Health Issues in the Medically Ill Child or Adolescent
7.2.1 Cancer
7.2.2 The Role of the Childhood and Adolescent Psychiatrist on the Pediatric Transplant Service
7.2.3 Psychosocial Aspects of HIV/AIDS
7.2.4 Epilepsy
7.2.5 Life-Limiting Illness, Palliative Care and Bereavement
7.3 Schools
7.3 Schools
7.4 The Law
7.4.1 The Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist in Court
7.4.2 Divorce and Child Custody
7.4.3 Adoption
7.4.4 Malpractice and Professional Liability

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