Table of contents for Lewis's child and adolescent psychiatry : a comprehensive textbook / editors, Andrãaes Martin, Fred R. Volkmar ; editor emeritus, Melvin Lewis.

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SECTION I. AN APPROACH TO THE DISCIPLINE
1.1	The Art of the Science: A Child, Family and Systems-Centered Approach
Kyle D. Pruett
1.2	Prevailing and Shifting Paradigms: A Historical Perspective
David F. Musto
1.3	Ethics in the Practice of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Diane H. Schetky
1.4	Education and Training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Dorothy Stubbe and Eugene Beresin
1.5	Policy in Practice and Practicing Policy
Walter Gilliam and Edward Zigler
1.6	Money Matters: Funding Care
Martin Knapp, David McDaid and Sujith Dhanasiri
1.7	Evidence-Based Practice as a Conceptual Framework
John Hamilton
1.8	Diverse Populations
1.8.1	Cultural Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
G. Pirooz Sholevar
1.8.2	The Hearing or Visually Impaired Child
Peter Hindley and Alison Salt
1.8.3	Sexual Minority Youth
Cynthia J. Telingator and Peter T. Daniolos
SECTION II. SCIENTIFIC FOUNDATIONS
2.1 Epidemiology and Public Health
2.1.1	Epidemiology and Child Psychiatry
Eric Fombonne
2.1.2	Prevention of Psychiatric Disorders
David A. Mrazek and Patricia J. Mrazek
2.1.3	International Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Myron L. Belfer and Maurice Eisenbruch
2.2	Genetics
2.2.1	From Genes to Brain: Developmental Neurobiology
James F. Leckman, Flora M. Vaccarino, and Paul J. Lombroso
2.2.2	Assessing Risk: Gene Discovery in Child Psychiatric Disorders
Thomas V. Fernandez and Matthew W. State
2.2.3	Molecular Basis of Childhood Psychiatric Disorders
Paul J. Lombroso and James F. Leckman
2.3	Neurosciences
2.3.1	Developmental Neuroimaging
Bradley Peterson
2.3.2	Neurochemistry, Pharmacodynamics and Biological Psychiatry
George M. Anderson and Andr¿s Martin
2.4	Research Methodology
2.4.1	Understanding Research Methods and Statistics: A Primer for Clinicians
George A. Morgan, Jeffrey A. Gliner and Robert J. Harmon
2.4.2	Respect for Children as Research Subjects
Robert J. Levine
SECTION III. A DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK
3.1.1	The Infant and Toddler
Linda Mayes
3.1.2	The Preschooler
Linda Mayes
3.1.3	Development of School-Age Children
Lee Combrinck-Graham and Geri Fox
3.1.4	Adolescence
Robert A. King
3.2	Developmental Psychopathology: Risk, Disorder, and Resilience
Suniya S. Luthar & Rebecca P. Prince
Section IV. Nosology, Classification, and Diagnostic Assessment
4.1	Classification in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Principles and Issues
Fred R. Volkmar, Mary Schwab-Stone, and Michael First
4.2	Diagnostic Assessment
4.2.1	Clinical Assessment of Infants and Toddlers
Walter S. Gilliam and Linda C. Mayes
4.2.2	Clinical Assessment of Children and Adolescents: Content and Structure
Jeff Q. Bostic and Robert A. King
4.2.3	Structured Interviewing
Adrian Angold, E. Jane Costello and Helen Link Egger
4.2.4	Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment of Children
Katherine D. Tsatsanis
4.2.5	Assessing Communication
Rhea Paul and Moira Lewis
4.2.6	Formulation and Integration
Schuyler W. Henderson and Andr¿s Martin
SECTION V. SPECIFIC DISORDERS AND SYNDROMES
5.1	Developmental Disorders
5.1.1	Autism and the Pervasive Developmental Disorders
Fred R. Volkmar, Catherine Lord, Ami Klin, Robert Schultz and Ed Cook, Jr.
5.1.2	Mental Retardation
Fred R. Volkmar, Elisabeth M. Dykens, and Robert M. Hodapp
5.1.3	Learning Disabilities
Elena L. Grigorenko
5.1.4	Disorders of Communication
Rhea Paul
5.2	Attention and Disruptive Disorders
5.2.1	Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Eugene Arnold and Lily Spetie
5.2.2	Oppositional Defiant and Conduct Disorders
Joseph Rey, Cesar Soutullo and Garry Walter
5.2.3	Aggression in Children: An Integrative Approach
Joseph Blader and Peter Jensen
5.2.4	Fire Behavior in Children and Adolescents
Steven Barreto, Karen Zeff, John Boekamp and Margaret Paccione-Dyszlewski
5.3	Childhood Schizophrenia and Other Early-Onset Psychotic Disorders
Judith Rapoport and Nitin Gogtay
5.4	Mood Disorders
5.4.1	Depressive Disorders
David Brent and Robin Weersing
5.4.2	Bipolar Disorder
Boris Birmaher and David Axelson
5.4.3	Suicide
Cynthia Pfeffer
5.5	Anxiety Disorders
5.5.1	Anxiety Disorders
Amy Krain, Henrietta Leonard, Abbe Garcia, Jen Freeman and Daniel Pine
5.5.2	Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Kenneth Towbin and Mark Riddle
5.6	Tourette's Syndrome and Other Tic Disorders
Michael Bloch and James Leckman
5.7 Eating Disorders
5.7.1	Eating and Growth Disorders in Infants and Children
Joseph Woolston
5.7.2	Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa
Katherine Halmi
5.7.3	Obesity
Johannes Hebebrand
5.8	Substance Abuse Disorders
Christian Hopfer and Paula Riggs
5.9	Sleep Disorders
Thomas Anders
5.10	Somatoform Disorders
John Campo and Greg Fritz
5.11	Delirium and Other Neuropsychiatric Syndromes
Daniel T. Williams
5.12	Elimination Disorders: Enuresis and Encopresis
Edwin Mikkelsen
5.13	Gender Identity and Psychosexual Disorders
Ken Zucker
5.14	Personality Disorders in Children and Adolescents
Efrain Bleiberg and Carla Sharp
5.15 Neglect, Abuse, and Trauma-Related Conditions
5.15.1	Neglect, and Physical and Sexual Abuse
Joan Kaufman
5.15.2	Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Steven Berkowitz, Joan Kaufman and Steven Marans
5.15.3	Reactive Attachment Disorder
Mary Margaret Gleason and Charles Zeanah
5.15.4	M¿nchhausen Syndrome by Proxy
Brian Forsyth
5.15.5	Children Exposed to Disaster: The Role of the Mental Health Professional
Nathaniel Laor and Leo Wolmer
5.15.6	Injuries
Frederick Stoddard
SECTION VI. TREATMENT
6.1	Pediatric Psychopharmacology
6.1.1	Clinical Practice and Pharmacokinetic Principles
Andr¿s Martin, Richard Shader and Jessica Oesterheld
6.1.2	Specific Drug Treatments
Lawrence Scahill and Andr¿s Martin
6.2	Psychotherapies
6.2.1	Psychotherapies: A Critical Overview
Robin Weersing
6.2.2	Psychodynamic Principles in Practice
Rachel Ritvo and Samuel Ritvo
6.2.3	Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Mendy Boettcher and John Piacentini
6.2.4	Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)
Laura Mufson
6.2.5	Group Therapy for Children and Adolescents
Nancy Moss and Robert Racusin
6.2.6	Family Therapy
Pirooz Sholevar
6.3	The Continuum of Care and Location-Specific Interventions
6.3.1	Milieu-Based Treatment: Inpatient and Partial Hospitalization, Residential Treatment
Joseph Blader
6.3.2	Home-Based Approaches, Including Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST)
Melisa Rowland
6.3.3	Community-, Child-Welfare-, and Juvenile-Justice Based Treatment
Andres Pumariega and Nancy Winters
6.4	Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Emergencies
Lynelle Thomas and Robert King
SECTION VII. INTERFACE AREAS OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY
7.1	Pediatrics
7.1.1	The Consultation and Liaison Processes to Pediatrics
Jonathan Campbell and Laurie Cardona
7.1.2	Developmental Behavior Pediatrics and Other Structured Models of Collaboration
David Schonfeld and John Campo
7.1.3 Mental Health Issues in the Medically Ill Child or Adolescent
7.1.3.1	Cancer
Bradley Zebrack
7.1.3.2	Organ Transplantation
Steven Schlozman and Laura Prager
7.1.3.3	Psychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection
Robert Murphy and Jean Adnopoz
7.1.3.4	Epilepsy and Other Neurological Disorders
Tami Rao and Susan Levi
7.1.4	Palliative Care, Grief and Bereavement
John P. Glazer and David Schonfeld
7.2	School Consultation
Jeff Bostic, Bradely Stein, Christopher Henrich and Mary Schwab-Stone
7.3	The Law
7.3.1	The Child Psychiatrist in Court
Christopher Thomas and Sarghi Sharma
7.3.2	Divorce and Custody
Anlee Kuo and John Sikorski
7.3.3	Adoption
Rachel Brown
7.3.4	Malpractice, Professional Liability, and Civil Litigation
Peter Ash and Barry Nurcombe
Postcript. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Looking Back, Dreaming Forward
Leon Eisenberg

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Child development.
Sick children -- Psychology.
Child psychiatry.
Mental Disorders.
Adolescent.
Child.
Infant.