Adolescent Psychiatry V 20

Adolescent Psychiatry  V  20

VicePresident of the American Board of Adolescent Psychiatry since its founding in 1990. He has also served on the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry's Committee on Adolescence and on the National Council for PsychoanalyticSelf ...

Author: Richard C. Marohn

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134890613

Category: Psychology

Page: 456

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Launched in 1971, Adolescent Psychiatry, in the words of founding coeditors Sherman C. Feinstein, Peter L. Giovacchini, and Arthur A. Miller, promised "to explore adolescence as a process...to enter challenging and exciting areas that may have profound effects on our basic concepts." Further, they promised "a series that will provide a forum for the expression of ideas and problems that plague and excite so many of us working in this enigmatic but fascinating field." For over two decades, Adolescent Psychiatry has fulfilled this promise. The repository of a wealth of original studies by preeminent clinicians, developmental researchers, and social scientists specializing in this stage of life, the series has become an essential resource for all mental health professionals working with youth. Volume 20 of the series serves as a tribute to editor emeritus Sherman C. Feinstein. In addition to an appreciation of, and contributions by, Dr. Feinstein, it contains heretofore unpublished papers by two other major figures in adolescent psychiatry, founding father William Schonfeld and a Viennese colleague transplanted to America, Siegfried Bernfeld. With sections on general considerations of adolescence, specific syndromes, and treatment modalities, volume 20 presents the work of many of today's preeminent minds in adolescent psychiatry.
Categories: Psychology

Adolescent Psychiatry V 21

Adolescent Psychiatry  V  21

Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry Lois T. Flaherty, Harvey Horowitz. Adolescence and Society (1995) 20:89–108 See also GREENBERG, HAIMAN, AND ESMAN (1987); BLOS (1989); BRAHM (1989) ESPINOZA, R. L., AND EHRLICH, ...

Author: Lois T. Flaherty

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317737452

Category: Psychology

Page: 520

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Launched in 1971, Adolescent Psychiatry, in the words of founding coeditors Sherman C. Feinstein, Peter L. Giovacchini, and Arthur A. Miller, promised "to explore adolescence as a process . . . to enter challenging and exciting areas that may have profound effects on our basic concepts." Further, they promised a "series that will provide a forum for the expression of ideas and problems that plague and excite so many of us working in this enigmatic but fascinating field." For over two decades, Adolescent Psychiatry has fulfilled this promise. The repository of a wealth of original studies by preeminent clinicians, developmental researchers, and social scientists specializing in this stage of life, the series has become an essential resource for all mental health practitioners working with youth. Volume 21 honors the memory of Richard C. Marohn, former editor of Adolescent Psychiatry, and Herman D. Staples, founding member of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. It begins with a section of papers that ranges over important aspects of "Development and Psychopathology." Topics explored by the contributors include: adolescents and authority; adolescents and disaster; adolescent awareness of the past; adolescent daughters of divorce; parent loss; adolescent schizophrenia; and adolescent mood disorders. Sections on "Assessment," "Issues in Psychotherapy," and "Training" round out a balanced survey of the field that is true to the spirit of this distinguished series. Volume 21 will be rewarding reading for child and adolescent therapists and all students of early development.
Categories: Psychology

Adolescent Psychiatry V 29

Adolescent Psychiatry  V  29

The Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry Lois T. Flaherty ... 10, 20 normal vs. abnormal, 5 prevalence, 4-5 stages of, 26-27 vulnerabilities of adolescents and, 20-21 what psychiatrists should know about, ...

Author: Lois T. Flaherty

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134911547

Category: Psychology

Page: 392

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A special section on adolescent substance abuse highlights Volume 29 of Adolescent Psychiatry. Contributions range from an examination of brain myelination in relation to onset of addictive disorders (Bartzokis) to the screening instruments used to detect substance use disorders (Rosner) to practical aspects of psychiatric assessment and management of substance abusing adolescents (Havivi). Topical studies focus on the changing patterns of use and health risks of the "designer drug" Ecstasy (Grob); the club drugs gamma-hydroxybutyrate and ketamine (Miotto et al.); and adolescent pathological gambling, a behavioral disorder with strikingly addictive features. Taken together, these illuminating essays converge in an appreciation of adolescent substance abuse and addiction in all their biopsychosocial complexity. Elsewhere in Volume 29, contributors review neuroimaging studies in an effort to shed light on adolescent psychiatric disorders (Day et al.); reevaluate the construct of borderline personality disorder as it pertains to adolescence (Becker & Grilo; Paris); and present the encouraging results of a pilot project on the psychodynamic psychotherapy of adolescents with panic disorder (Milrod et al.). A case series on the treatment of hospitalized adolescents who deliberately ingest foreign objects (Petti et al.) and a case study of the cross-cultural issues that arose in the therapy of an Asian American adolescent (Shen et al.) enlarge the clinical and cultural scope of the volume. True to the legacy of previous volumes in the series, Volume 29 of Adolescent Psychiatry brings within its purview all the elements of a multidimensional grasp of adolescent development, psychopathology, and treatment. Neuroscientific findings, empirical clinical studies, case series, and descriptions of clinical approaches all take their place in this illuminating and richly textured collection.
Categories: Psychology

Adolescent Psychiatry V 25

Adolescent Psychiatry  V  25

3:49–53 Youth Culture, Subcultures, and Survival (1974) Perspectives on Family Life and Social Change (1980) 8:79–84 PONTON, L. E. A Review of Eating Disorders in Adolescents (1995) 20:267–285 Adolescent Mood Disorders (1997) 21:183–207 ...

Author: Aaron H. Esman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134904051

Category: Psychology

Page: 304

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Volume 25 of The Annals is a timely reprise on developmental, psychotherapeutic, and forensic issues that enter into the evaluation and treatment of adolescents. It traverses different explanatory perspectives, offers integrative expositions of several treatment modalities, and wrestles with the legal dimensions of adolescent care. The volume begins with three developmental studies: Shelley Doctors's clinically grounded reconsideration of "adolescent turmoil," Charles Jaffe's dynamic systems approach to adolescent psychotherapy, and Saul Levin's thoughtful consideration of four aspects of the adolescent passage that clinicians tend to ignore: the adolescent's sense of being, of belonging, of believing, and of benevolence. A thorough review of adolescent personality pathology and a case report of adolescent mourning are followed by a series of papers exploring three principal treatment modalities commonly employed in work with disturbed adolescents: psychodynamic, interpersonal, and the integrated approach of the Austen Riggs Center. Consideration of the game of chess as a "method and metaphor" for working with object relationships in narcissistic teenagers concludes the section of material on therapeutic approaches. The final section of volume 25 engages two knotty forensic issues that have come to the fore in adolescent psychiatry. Saul Levin examines the legal and developmental dimensions of the informed consent of minors whereas Everett Dulit outlines three clinical constellations associated with female adolescents' denial of pregnancy and examines their relationship to neonaticide. Like its distinguished predecessors, volume 25 is a thoughtfully assembled collection that not only spans the many facets of adolescent psychiatry but is responsive to the most pressing challenges - evaluative, therapeutic, legal - before the field.
Categories: Psychology

Adolescent Psychiatry V 22

Adolescent Psychiatry  V  22

Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry Aaron H. Esman ... 246—248, 247i autonomy—seeking in, 63—65, 143, 152, 163 cognitive advances during, 28, 142—143 development in, 19—20, 123, 241—242, 262 experiential modes of, ...

Author: Aaron H. Esman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134890828

Category: Psychology

Page: 352

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Launched in 1971, Adolescent Psychiatry, in the words of founding coeditors Sherman C. Feinstein, Peter L. Giovacchinni, and Arthur A. Miller, promised "to explore adolescence as a process . . . to enter challenging and exciting areas that may have profound effects on our basic concepts." Further, they promised "a series that will provide a forum for the expression of ideas and problems that plague and excite so many of us working in this enigmatic but fascinating field." For over two decades, Adolescent Psychiatry has fulfilled this promise. The repository of a wealth of original studies by preeminent clinicians, developmental researchers, and social scientists specializing in this stage of life, the series has become an essential resource for all mental health practitioners working with youth. With volume 22, the editorship of Adolescent Psychiatry passes to Aaron E. Esman, a distinguished clinician and educator whose wide-ranging sensibilities gain expression in a collection rich in clinical, developmental, and scholarly insight. Encompassing developmental topics (adolescent daydreams) timely clinical issues (eating disorders, impulse control disorders, narcissistic and antisocial pathology), historical commentaries (Shakespeare's adolescents, Nietzsche's romantic construction of adolescence, Freud's Dora as an adolescent), and a special section on "ambient genocide and adolescence," volume 22 ably meets the needs of professional and scholarly readers interested in this vitally important stage of life.
Categories: Psychology

Adolescent Psychiatry V 26

Adolescent Psychiatry  V  26

Esman, A. (1993), G. Stanley Hall and the invention of adolescence. Adolescent Psychiatry, 19:6–20. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. ——— (1995), Adolescence and society. Adolescent Psychiatry, 20:89–108. Hillsdale, NJ: e Analytic ...

Author: Lois T. Flaherty

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134904891

Category: Psychology

Page: 336

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Volume 26 of The Annals begins with essays that address the challenge of maintaining human connections in a biological century; Philip Katz focuses on the human encounter between therapist and patient whereas Vivian Rakoff emphasizes the continuing identity of the healer throughout history. Papers on adolescent development, which challenge readers to look beyond preconceived ideas, include Robert Galatzer-Levy's examination of adolescence as a social construction expressed in contradictory cultural narratives and Jack Drescher's exploration of the developmental narratives of gay men in order to illuminate the seeming invisibility of gay adolescents. A section dedicated to "Trauma, Violence, and Suicide" explores interventions with special groups of high-risk adolescents, including violent offendors, suicide attempters, and adolescent refugees. A special section on attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and conduct disorders includes a debate on whether or not conduct disorder is actually a valid diagnosis. The final section of Volume 26 addresses social issues of continuing relevance to adolescent psychiatry: the juvenile death penalty and gays in the military. Reprinted here are the ASAP's position statements on these two issues along with its amici curiae brief in support of the petitioner in the landmark Supreme Court case of Thompson v. Oklahoma. Volume 26 of The Annals tracks the continuing evolution of adolescent psychiatry as it strives to keep pace with therapeutic and social responsibilities which, in the 21st century, have become increasingly intertwined. We have here a typically thoughtful compendium that, in drawing attention to the pressing issues before those who work with adolescents, highlights bith the field's achievements to date and the work that lies before it.
Categories: Psychology

Developments in Psychiatry in India

Developments in Psychiatry in India

Available at: http://www.dsm5.org/Proposed%20 Revision%20Attachments/APA%20Options%20for%20ADHD.pdf. Accessed 15 Feb 2013. Dullur, P., Eapen, V., & Trapolini, T. (2012). Metabolic syndrome in an adolescent psychiatric unit.

Author: Savita Malhotra

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9788132216742

Category: Medical

Page: 636

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The volume evaluates major developments in psychiatry in India from the 1950s, and highlights the areas where Indian psychiatry has contributed to the development of the subject worldwide. The chapters review international as well as Indian developments in psychiatry and its sub-specialities. A wide range of clinical, research and policy-related topics have been covered in the volume, which begins with an overview of the history of psychiatry in India, moving on to developments in various sub-specialities of psychiatry in the last 60 years or so. It then specifically discusses developments in psychology and psychodynamics, general adult and child psychiatry, substance use psychiatry, community psychiatry, liaison psychiatry, and other psychiatric sub-specialities. Developments in treatment, the status of training and service in psychiatry and legal issues related to the practice of psychiatry in India are also included. The contributors to this volume are nationally and internationally recognized experts in different areas of psychiatry. Most of them have had some association, or are currently associated, with the Department of Psychiatry at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India.
Categories: Medical

Current Catalog

Current Catalog

ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY Gutachten im Prozess jugendamtlicher Ermittlungstätigkeit : eine empirische Untersuchung von ... London ; New York : Academic Press , 1979. viii , ( Personality and psychopathology ; 20 ) 04NLM : WI PE861 v.20 1979 ...

Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112111023005

Category: Medicine

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Includes subject section, name section, and 1968-1970, technical reports.
Categories: Medicine

Adolescent Psychiatry V 24

Adolescent Psychiatry  V  24

Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry Aaron H. Esman. Despite controversy over whether CD and ... Specifically, the rate of ADHD in boys declined about 20% each year from more than 20% at age 10 to about 2% at age 20.

Author: Aaron H. Esman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134891450

Category: Psychology

Page: 368

View: 534

Launched in 1971, Adolescent Psychiatry promised "to explore adolescence as a process . . . to enter challenging and exciting areas that may have profound effects on our basic concepts." Further, they promised "a series that will provide a forum for the expression of ideas and problems that plague and excite so many of us working in this enigmatic but fascinating field." The repository of a wealth of original studies by preeminent clinicians, developmental researchers, and social scientists specializing in this stage of life, the series has become an essential resource for all mental health practitioners working with youth. Volume 24 of The Annals surveys four broad areas of adolescent psychiatry that speak to the challenges and opportunities now before the field. Part I offers three important reassessments of adolescent development; they focus, respectively, on separation-individuation theory, the interpersonal matrix of adolescence, and the psychology of belonging. Part II explores the future of child and adolescent psychiatry in the context of school-based mental health services. Several assessments of ongoing school-based mental health clinics provide the context for reflection on the future of school-based delivery systems. Part III examines forensic issues in adolescent psychiatry and includes an overview of forensic psychiatry for adolescent psychiatrists, an update on juvenile justice, and a review of the issue of competence in adolescents. Finally, Part IV offers a series of current perspectives on psychopharmacology in relation to adolescence. Contributors review the current status of pharmacological treatment of different adolescent populations, including adolescents with behavior disorders, affective disorders, anxiety disorders, pervasive developmental disorders, and psychosis. The volume concludes with a timely examination of the role of psychiatric consultation on an adolescent medical service.
Categories: Psychology

Adolescent Psychiatry V 23

Adolescent Psychiatry  V  23

Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry Aaron H. Esman ... H. D. In Memoriam: Dedication to Margaret S. Mahler (1987) 14:xi–xiii Reflections on the History of AdolescentPsychiatry (1995) 20:39– 49 STEFFEK, J.C., ...

Author: Aaron H. Esman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134891177

Category: Psychology

Page: 312

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Launched in 1971, Adolescent Psychiatry, in the words of founding coeditors Sherman C. Feinstein, Peter L. Giovacchinni, and Arthur A. Miller, promised "to explore adolescence as a process . . . to enter challenging and exciting areas that may have profound effects on our basic concepts." Further, they promised "a series that will provide a forum for the expression of ideas and problems that plague and excite so many of us working in this enigmatic but fascinating field." For over two decades, Adolescent Psychiatry has fulfilled this promise. The repository of a wealth of original studies by preeminent clinicians, developmental researchers, and social scientists specializing in this stage of life, the series has become an essential resource for all mental health practitioners working with youth. Volume 23 of The Annals begins with the late Richard Marohn's reexamination of Peter Blos's concept of "prolonged adolescence," followed by contributions on the developmental roots of adolescent disturbances, the role of family interactions in adolescent depression, the establishment of a therapeutic alliance with adolescents, and the treatment of narcissistically disordered adolescents. The assessment and treatment of adolescent substance abuse and of psychosomatic and depressive symptoms in adolescence receive timely consideration. In a concluding section on "School-Based and Preventive Programs," contributors address a range of important issues, from adolescent sex and AIDS, to the provision of mental health services in public and private schools, to the need for school-based suicide postvention programs. In summary, volume 23 shows adolescent psychiatry to be as vital as ever, building on the clinical wisdom of the past while responding to the urgent challenges of the day.
Categories: Psychology