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Reviewer: Margery R. Johnson, MD (Rush University Medical Center)
Description: This third edition provides a needed update of a major textbook in child and adolescent psychiatry. It is a superb and comprehensive reference text that provides a huge amount of information in a very clear manner.
Purpose: This book succeeds in covering the entire field of child and adolescent psychiatry with emphasis on the clinical syndromes encountered in this patient population. The reader could use it as a major personal learning tool, as a textbook for a course in psychopathology, or as a source of specific information. Although it is a huge book, each chapter is well organized, and subheadings make it reasonably easy to find specific information within the mass of text.
Audience: This book would be of use to residents in child and adolescent psychiatry, practicing clinicians or researchers, or persons preparing for the child psychiatry board exam.
Features: This book provides a great deal of information and a large number of references. The charts are very useful, especially those dealing with differential diagnoses.
Assessment: This is a major, comprehensive textbook that provides very up-to-date information on the rapidly expanding field of child psychiatry, and the new edition appears to be a major rewrite rather than a minor revision. The editor is one of the most prominent persons in the field, and the chapter authors are likewise notable authorities, mostly from the U.K. but also from the U.S. The book emphasizes the clinical syndromes encountered in child psychiatry, but also includes sections on assessment and treatment. It is a book well worth owning, to which one could refer frequently.
Margery R. Johnson
This third edition provides a needed update of a major textbook in child and adolescent psychiatry. It is a superb and comprehensive reference text that provides a huge amount of information in a very clear manner. This book succeeds in covering the entire field of child and adolescent psychiatry with emphasis on the clinical syndromes encountered in this patient population. The reader could use it as a major personal learning tool, as a textbook for a course in psychopathology, or as a source of specific information. Although it is a huge book, each chapter is well organized, and subheadings make it reasonably easy to find specific information within the mass of text. This book would be of use to residents in child and adolescent psychiatry, practicing clinicians or researchers, or persons preparing for the child psychiatry board exam. This book provides a great deal of information and a large number of references. The charts are very useful, especially those dealing with differential diagnoses. This is a major, comprehensive textbook that provides very up-to-date information on the rapidly expanding field of child psychiatry, and the new edition appears to be a major rewrite rather than a minor revision. The editor is one of the most prominent persons in the field, and the chapter authors are likewise notable authorities, mostly from the U.K. but also from the U.S. The book emphasizes the clinical syndromes encountered in child psychiatry, but also includes sections on assessment and treatment. It is a book well worth owning, to which one could refer frequently.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780632028221
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/1994
  • Edition description: 3rd ed
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 1122

Table of Contents

Contributors
Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to the First Edition
1 Classification: Conceptual Issues and Substantive Findings 3
2 Diagnostic Appraisal 22
3 Interviews with Parents 34
4 Clinical Interviewing with Children and Adolescents 51
5 Family Interviewing: Issues of Theory and Practice 64
6 Physical Examination and Medical Investigations 79
7 Psychological Tests and Assessment 94
8 Clinical Neurophysiology 110
9 Genetic Influences on Normal and Abnormal Development 129
10 Chromosomal Abnormalities 152
11 Brain Disorders 172
12 Chronic Adversities 191
13 Physical and Emotional Maltreatment 209
14 Sexual Abuse 230
15 Residential and Foster Family Care 252
16 Adoption 267
17 Syndromes of Attention Deficit and Overactivity 285
18 Oppositional-Defiant and Conduct Disorders 308
19 Affective Disorders 330
20 Anxiety Disorders 351
21 Adjustment Disorders 375
22 Posttraumatic Stress Disorders 392
23 Suicide and Attempted Suicide 407
24 Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa 425
25 Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 441
26 Tic Disorders 455
27 Feeding and Sleeping Disorders 467
28 Attachment Disorders in Infancy and Childhood 490
29 Enuresis 505
30 Faecal Soiling 520
31 Drug and Alcohol Use and Misuse 529
32 Developmental Disorders of Speech and Language 546
33 Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders 569
34 Schizophrenic and Allied Disorders 594
35 Mental Retardation 616
36 Reading and Other Learning Disabilities 647
37 Behavioural Phenotypes 666
38 Personality Disorders 688
39 Psychiatric Aspects of Somatic Disease and Disorders 697
40 Psychiatric Aspects of Human Immunodeficiency Virus in Childhood and Adolescence 711
41 Psychiatric Aspects of Specific Sensory Impairments 720
42 Psychological Aspects of Chronic Physical Sickness 737
43 Atypical Psychosexual Development 749
44 Implications for the Infant of Maternal Puerperal Psychiatric Disorders 759
45 Psychological Reactions to Life-Threatening and Terminal Illnesses and Bereavement 776
46 History of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 794
47 Prevention 815
48 Training in Interpersonal Cognitive Problem-Solving 829
49 Cognitive-Behavioural Therapies 844
50 Behavioural Methods 858
51 Physical Treatments 880
52 Social Work in Child Psychiatry Settings 900
53 Parent Training 918
54 Individual and Group Psychotherapy 936
55 Family Therapy 946
56 Treatment of Delinquents 968
57 Inpatient and Day-Hospital Units 983
58 Paediatric Liaison Work 996
59 Adolescent Services 1006
60 Services for Children and Adolescents with Severe Learning Difficulties (Mental Retardation) 1023
61 Practice in Nonmedical Settings 1040
62 Primary Care Psychiatry 1055
63 Special Educational Treatment 1071
64 Legal Aspects of Child Care 1089
Index 1103
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