DSM-IV Sourcebook / Edition 1by American Psychiatric Association, Widiger
Pub. Date: 05/28/1994
Publisher: American Psychiatric Publishing, Incorporated
For over six years the DSM-IV Task Force and members of the DSM-IV Work Groups have participated in a comprehensive effort of empirical review leading to the publication of the fourth edition of the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV). This first volume of the DSM-IV Sourcebook/i>/i>… See more details below
For over six years the DSM-IV Task Force and members of the DSM-IV Work Groups have participated in a comprehensive effort of empirical review leading to the publication of the fourth edition of the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV). This first volume of the DSM-IV Sourcebook chronicles these efforts and their results, documenting the rationale and empirical support for the text and criteria sets presented in DSM-IV. From a total of five volumes, the first three contain the DSM-IV literature reviews and summarize the DSM-IV Work Group efforts that led to the publication of the DSM-IV Options Book.
This, the first volume, presents the reviews for substance use disorders; delirium, dementia, and amnestic and other cognitive disorders; psychotic disorders; medication-induced movement disorders; and sleep disorders.
Each review contains the following six sections:
• Statement of the issueexplicitly outlines the issues addressed in the review.
• Significance of the issue—frames the importance of each issue and discusses its clinical and empirical significance.
• Method—documents the extent to which the reviews were systematic and comprehensive in their coverage of the literature.
• Results—provides an objective and thorough summary of the findings most relevant to each issue.
• Discussion—addresses the implications of the clinical research findings for DSM-IV.
• Recommendations—recommendations for DSM-IV based on the review of the literature.
Table of Contents
Substance-Related Disorders. Introduction to Section I: substance-related disorders by Marc A. Schuckit, MD. Psychoactive substance abuse and its relation to dependence by John E. Helzer, MD. Psychoactive substance dependence by Peter E. Nathan, PhD. The relationship between alcohol problems, substance abuse, and psychiatric syndromes by Marc A. Schuckit, MD. Review of remission criteria by George E. Woody, MD, and John Cacciola, PhD. Severity of dependence by George E. Woody, MD, and John Cacciola, PhD. The organization of intoxication and withdrawal disorders by Thomas M. Crowley, MD. Nicotine withdrawal, dependence, and abuse by John R. Hughes, MD. Alcohol idiosyncratic intoxication: a review of the data supporting its existence by Harold C. Urshel, III, MD. Caffeine withdrawal, dependence, and abuse by John R. Hughes, MD. Anabolic steroids withdrawal, dependence, and abuse by John W. Tsuang, MD. Protracted abstinence syndromes in alcohol, opioids, and stimulants by Marc A. Schuckit, MD, Thomas Kosten, MD, and Marian W. Fischman, PhD. Familial alcoholism by Marc A. Schuckit, MD. Cocaine and amphetamine: psychostimulant abuse by Michael R. Irwin, MD.
Delirium, Dementia, and Amnestic and Other Cognitive Disorders. Introduction to Section II: delirium, dementia, amnestic, and other cognitive disorders by Gary J. Tucker, MD, Eric D. Caine, MD, and Michael K. Popkin, MD. Delirium by Benjamin Liptzin, MD, Sue E. Levkoff, ScD, Gary L. Gottlieb, MD, MBA, and Jerry C. Johnson, MD. Dementia by George W. Rebok, PhD, and Marshal F. Folstein, MD. Amnestic disorders by Eric Caine, MD. Mental disorders due to a general medical condition and substance-induced disorders: mood, anxiety, psychotic, catatonic, and personality disorders by Michael K. Popkin, MD, and Gary J. Tucker, MD. Regional syndromes by Gary J. Tucker, MD. Mild neurocognitive disorder: a needed addition to the nosology of cognitive impairment (organic mental) disorders by Rosben Gutierrez, MD, J. Hampton Atkinson, MD, and Igor Grant, MD. A proposal for including postconcussional disorder in the cognitive disorders section of DSM-IV by Stephen Brown, MD, Igor Grant, MD. Should aging-associated memory decline be included in DSM-IV? by Eric D. Caine, MD.
Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders. Introduction to Section III: schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders by Nancy Andreasen, MD, PhD. Characteristic symptoms of schizophrenia by Nancy Andreasen, MD, PhD, and Michael Flaum, MD. The positive-negative distinction in schizophrenia: review of natural history validators by Thomas H. McGlashan, MD, and Wayne S. Fenton, MD. The diagnosis of schizophrenia: a review of onset and duration issues by Samuel J. Keith, MD, and Susan M. Mathews. Classical subtypes for schizophrenia by Thomas H. McGlashan, MD, and Wayne S. Fenton, MD. Lateû onset schizophrenia by Samuel G. Siris, MD. The nosologic validity of mood-incongruent psychotic affective illness by Kenneth H. Kendler, MD. Trait markers in schizophrenia: are they diagnostic? by Sally Szymanski, DO, John Kane, MD, and Jeffrey Lieberman, MD.
Medication-Induced Movement Disorders. Introduction to Section IV: medication-induced movement disorders by Allen Frances, MD, Peter J. Weiden, MD, and Ruth Ross, MA. Neuroleptic-induced parkinsonism by Peter J. Weiden, MD. Neuroleptic malignant syndrome by Gerard Addonizio, MD, and Virginia L. Susman, MD. Neuroleptic-induced acute dystonia by Daniel E. Casey, MD. Neuroleptic-induced acute akathisia by Lenard A. Adler, MD, and Burt Angrist, MD. Neuroleptic-induced tardive dyskinesia by Dilip V. Jeste, MD, and Ramsy Yassa, MD. Lithium tremor by Alan J. Gelenberg, MD, and James W. Jefferson, MD.
Sleep Disorders. Introduction to Section V: sleep disorders by David J. Kupfer, MD, Daniel J. Buysse, MD, Eric A. Nofzinger, MD, and Charles F. Reynolds, III, MD. Subtyping DSM-III-R primary insomnia by Charles F. Reynolds, III, MD, David J. Kupfer, MD, Daniel J. Buysse, MD, Patricia A. Coble, RN, and Amy Fasiczka, BA. Primary hypersomnia by Quentin R. Regestein, MD. Narcolepsy by Quentin R. Regestein, MD. Breathing-related sleep disorder by Michael J. Thorpy, MD. Circadian rhythm sleep disorder (sleep-wake schedule disorder) by Quentin R. Regestein, MD. REM-related parsomnias and other parsomnias by Michael J. Sateia, MD. Sleep disorders related to another mental disorder by Eric A. Nofzinger, MD. Sleep disorders associated with neurological disorders by Michael J. Sateia, MD. Sleep disorders associated with a general medical condition by Michael J. Sateia, MD. Substance-induced sleep disorder by Eric Nofzinger, MD.
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