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Oxford Textbook of Psychopathology (3rd edition)

ISBN : 9780199811779

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¥22,330
Author: 
Paul H. Blaney; Robert F. Krueger; Theodore Millon
Pages
872 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
196 x 263 mm
Pub date
Oct 2014
Series
Oxford Textbooks in Clinical Psychology
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While most abnormal psychology texts seem to aim solely for breadth, the acclaimed Oxford Textbook of Psychopathology aims for depth, with a focus on adult disorders and special attention given to the personality disorders. Now in its third fully updated edition, it has established itself as an unparalleled guide for professionals and graduate students alike. Esteemed editors Paul H. Blaney, Robert F. Krueger, and the late Theodore Millon selected the most eminent researchers in abnormal psychology to cover all the major mental disorders, allowing them to discuss notable issues in the various pathologies which are their expertise. This third edition of the Oxford Textbook of Psychopathology is fully updated according to the DSM-5 and also reflects alternative, emerging perspectives in the field (e.g., the NIMH's Research Domain Criteria Initiative; RDoC). The Textbook exposes readers to exceptional scholarship, a history of psychopathology, the logic of the best approaches to current disorders, and an expert outlook on what researchers and mental health professionals will be facing in the years to come. With extensive coverage of personality disorders and issues related to classification and differential diagnosis, exceptionally useful for all mental health workers, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, and social workers, and as a textbook focused on understanding psychopathology in depth, as well as a valuable guide for graduate psychology students and psychiatric residents.

Index: 

Part I. Foundations
1. A brief history of psychopathology
Theodore Millon
2. Classification
Jared W. Keeley, Hannah E. Morton, and Roger K. Blashfield
3. Developmental Pathogenesis
Theodore Millon
4. Conducting Research in the Field of Psychopathology
Michael L. Raulin and Scott O. Lilienfeld
Part II. Major Axis I Syndromes
5. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder and Specific Phobias
Richard E. Zinbarg, Deepika Anand, Jonathan K. Lee, Ashley D. Kendall, and Mia Nunez
6. Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders
Amitai Abramovitch, Noah Berman, Amanda Calkins, and Sabine Wilhelm
7. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Dissociative Disorders
Richard J. McNally
8. Mood Disorders: Biological Bases
Sheri L. Johnson, Joelle LeMoult, W. Michael Vanderlind, and Jutta Joormann
9. Depression: Social and Cognitive Aspects
Rick E. Ingram, Christina Williams, Katie L. Sharp, and Elisabeth J. Harfmann
10. Substance Abuse: Etiological Considerations
R. O. Pihl and M. Abu Shakra
11. Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders: Diagnosis, Comorbidity, and Psychopathology
Jessica R. Skidmore, Susan R. Tate, Michelle L. Drapkin, and Sandra A. Brown
12. Schizophrenia: Presentation, Affect and Cognition, Pathophysiology & Etiology
Angus MacDonald, III
13. Social Functioning and Schizophrenia
Jill M. Hooley
14. Paranoid and Delusional Disorders
Paul H. Blaney
Part III. Other Axis I Syndromes
15. Sexual Dysfunctions
Donald S. Strassberg, Julia E. Makaronis, and Michael A. Perelman
16. Eating Disorders
Howard Steiger, Jennifer S. Coelho, Lea Thaler, and Frederique Van den Eynde
17. Developmental Psychopathology
Thomas M. Achenbach
18. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Hanneke van Ewijk and Jaap Oosterlaan
19. Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders
Fred R. Volkmar and Kevin Pelphrey
20. Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders
Theo K. Bouman
21. Sleep-Wake Disorders
Charles M. Morin and Jack D. Edinger
22. Paraphilia, Gender Dysphoria, and Hypersexuality
James M. Cantor and Katherine S. Sutton
Part IV. Axis II Disorders
23. Dimensional and Model-Based Alternatives to Categorical Personality Disorders
Shani Ofrat, Robert F. Krueger, and Lee Anna Clark
24. Schizoid and Avoidant Personality
David P. Bernstein, Arnoud Arntz, and Laura Travaglini
25. Dependent and Histrionic Personality Disorders
Robert F. Bornstein, Christy A. Denckla, and Wei-Jean Chung
26. Antisocial Personality Disorder and Psychopathy
Christopher J. Patrick and Laura E. Drislane
27. Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder
Ted Reichborn-Kjennerud and Gun Peggy Knudsen
28. Schizotypic Psychopathology: Theory, Evidence, and Future Directions
Mark F. Lenzenweger
29. Borderline Personality Disorder: Contemporary Approaches to Conceptualization and Etiology
Timothy J. Trull
30. Narcissistic Personality Disorder and Pathological Narcissism
Aaron L. Pincus, Michael J. Roche, and Evan W. Good
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About the author: 

Paul H. Blaney, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at Emory & Henry College in southwest Virginia. Dr. Blaney received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Minnesota. He held faculty positions, involving leadership in the graduate programs in clinical psychology, at the University of Texas at Austin and at the University of Miami. He has served as consulting editor of Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, and Psychological Assessment.; Robert F. Krueger, PhD, is Distinguished McKnight University Professor and Hathaway Distinguished Professor of Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University Minnesota, Twin Cities. Dr. Krueger obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and completed his clinical internship at Brown University. He has served as Associate Editor of the Journal of Abnormal Psychology and the Journal of Personality, and is currently Editor of the Journal of Personality Disorders. ; Theodore Millon, PhD, DSc, was the Dean and Scientific Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Personology and Psychopathology. He was Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Professor of Psychology at the University of Miami. Dr. Millon was an international authority on personality disorders.

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