Foundations of Psychiatric Sleep Medicineby John W. Winkelman
Pub. Date: 01/31/2011
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Sleep-related complaints are extremely common across the spectrum of psychiatric illness. Accurate diagnosis and management of sleep disturbances requires an understanding of the neurobiological mechanisms underlying sleep and wakefulness, the characteristics of sleep disturbance inherent to psychiatric illness and primary sleep disorders, as well as the… See more details below
Sleep-related complaints are extremely common across the spectrum of psychiatric illness. Accurate diagnosis and management of sleep disturbances requires an understanding of the neurobiological mechanisms underlying sleep and wakefulness, the characteristics of sleep disturbance inherent to psychiatric illness and primary sleep disorders, as well as the psychopharmacologic and behavioral treatments available. Foundations of Psychiatric Sleep Medicine provides a uniquely accessible, practical, and expert summary of current clinical concepts at the sleep-psychiatry interface. Topics covered include: basic principles in sleep science, clinical sleep history taking, primary sleep disorders in psychiatric contexts, and sleep disturbance across a range of mood, anxiety, psychotic, substance use, cognitive and developmental disorders. Written by outstanding experts in the field of sleep medicine and psychiatry, this academically rigorous and clinically useful text is an essential resource for psychiatrists, psychologists and other health professionals interested in the relationship between sleep and mental illness.
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Table of ContentsPreface; Editor's introduction; 1. Sleep medicine and psychiatry: history and significance J. Allan Hobson; 2. Neuroanatomy and neurobiology of sleep and wakefulness James T. McKenna, Ritchie E. Brown and Robert W. McCarley; 3. Neurophysiology and neuroimaging of human sleep Fabio Ferrarelli and Ruth M. Benca; 4. The functions of sleep Marcos G. Frank; 5. Dreams Michael Schredl; 6. Taking a sleep history Karl Doghramji and Dani Choufani; 7. Sleep-related breathing disorders In-Soo Lee and Joel E. Dimsdale; 8. Sleep-related movement disorders Marta Novak, Andras Szentkiralyi and Magdolna Hornyak; 9. Hypersomnias of central origin Chad C. Hagen and Jed E. Black; 10. Parasomnias Thomas D. Hurwitz and Carlos H. Schenck; 11. Circadian rhythm disorders Katy Borodkin and Yaron Dagan; 12. Principles of insomnia Wendy M. Troxel and Daniel J. Buysse; 13. Treatment of insomnia: pharmacotherapy Andrew D. Krystal; 14. Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia Philip R. Gehrman, Dieter Riemann, Donn Posner and Michael Perlis; 15. Depressive disorders Philip R. Gehrman, Michael E. Thase, Dieter Riemann and Michael Perlis; 16. Bipolar disorder David T. Plante and John W. Winkelman; 17. Sleep in anxiety disorders Candice A. Alfano and Thomas A. Mellman; 18. Psychotic disorders Allen Richert; 19. Sleep in substance use disorders Dierdre A. Conroy, J. Todd Arnedt and Kirk J. Brower; 20. Sleep in dementias Aimee L. Pierce and Alon Y. Avidan; 21. Sleep in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Samuele Cortese and Michel Lecendreux; 22. Sleep in pediatric mood and anxiety disorders Valerie McLaughlin Crabtree and Anna Ivanenko; 23. Sleep in developmental disorders Gregory Stores; 24. The future at the sleep-psychiatry interface David T. Plante and John W. Winkelman; Index.
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