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Fully revised to incorporate DSM-5? criteria and informed by the most current research in its discussions of diagnosis and treatment
Now in a second edition, Psychopathology: History, Diagnosis, and Empirical Foundations thoroughly explores psychopathology with contributions from leading scholars in psycho-pathology. The Second Edition offers an overview of various topics in the context of major changes included in the DSM-5?.
With new chapters on contextual factors affecting diagnoses and non-alcohol substance abuse, Psychopathology, Second Edition covers the history, theory, and assessment of anxiety disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, mood disorders, schizophrenia, the psychotic spectrum disorders, eating disorders, borderline personality disorder, alcohol use disorders, psychopathy, sexual dysfunction, and sleep disorders.
In addition, each chapter of the Second Edition contains:
Practical and thorough, this text is an essential reference for all mental health professionals and a solid introduction for students in psychopathology courses.
Chapter 1: Issues in Diagnosis: Conceptual Issues and Controversies
Scott O. Lilienfeld, Sarah Francis Smith and Ashley L. Watts
Chapter 2: Strategies for Evidence-Based Assessment of Children and Adolescents: Measuring Prediction, Prescription, and Process
Eric A. Youngstrom and Thomas W. Frazier
Chapter 3: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Jonathan S. Abramowitz, Laura E. Fabricant, and Ryan J. Jacoby
Chapter 4: Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Karen Rowa, Heather K. Hood, and Martin M. Antony
Deborah Roth Ledley, Brigette A. Erwin, Amanda S. Morrison, and Richard G. Heimberg
Chapter 6 Panic Disorder
Joanna J. Arch, Lauren N. Landy and Michelle G. Craske
Chapter 7: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Patricia A. Resick, Candice M. Monson, and Shireen L. Rizvi
Chapter 8: Major Depressive Disorder
Lorie A. Ritschel, Charles F. Gillespie, Eiríkur Ö. Arnarson, and W. Edward Craighead
Chapter 9: Dysthymia and Chronic Depression
Daniel N. Klein and Sarah R. Black
Chapter 10: Bipolar Disorders
David J. Miklowitz and Sheri L. Johnson
Chapter 11: Schizophrenia and the Psychosis Spectrum
Hanan D. Trotman, Vijay Mittal, Kevin Tessner, and Elaine F. Walker
Chapter 12 Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder
Linda W. Craighead, Margaret Martinez, and Kelly L. Klump
Chapter 13 Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa
JAMES LOCK AND NINA KIRZ
Chapter 14: Borderline Personality Disorder
Jill M. Hooley and Sarah A. St. Germain
Chapter 15: Alcohol Use Disorders
Lara A. Ray, Kelly E. Courtney, and Guadalupe Bacio
Chapter 16: Psychopathy as psychopathology: Key developments in assessment, etiology, and treatment
Jennifer E. Vitale and Joseph P. Newman
Chapter 17: Sexual Dysfunction
Cindy M. Meston and Carey S. Pulverman
Chapter 18: Sleep Disorders
Jennifer C. Kanady and Allison G. Harvey
W. EDWARD CRAIGHEAD, PhD, holds the J. Rex Fuqua Endowed Chair and is a Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University. He has provided leadership in professional organizations and serves as a clinical investigator in the realm of depressive disorders, currently focusing on prevention and differential treatment response to CBT and antidepressants.
DAVID J. MIKLOWITZ, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Medicine, is a leading international scholar and author in the study of bipolar disorder. He currently is investigating the effectiveness of his family-focused therapy for youth at high risk for developing bipolar disorder.
LINDA W. CRAIGHEAD, PhD, is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at Emory University. In recent years her research has focused on applications of her appetite awareness model with binge eating disorder and bulimia nervosa as well as on overweight individuals with comorbid health problems.