Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents
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Table of Contents
1. Neurobiology, Roma A. Vasa and Daniel S. Pine
2. Behavioral Inhibition, Dina R. Hirshfeld-Becker, Joseph Biederman, and Jerrold F. Rosenbaum
3. Social Development, Tracy L. Morris
4. Behavioral Genetics, Thalia Eley and Alice M. Gregory
5. Assessment, Laurie A. Greco and Tracy L. Morris
6. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Ellen C. Flannery-Schroeder
7. Social Phobia, Deborah C. Beidel, Tracy L. Morris, and Cynthia M. Turner
8. Separation Anxiety Disorder, Wendy K. Silverman and Andreas Dick-Niederhauser
9. Panic Disorder, Thomas H. Ollendick, Boris Birmaher, and Sara G. Mattis
10. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, John S. March, Martin E. Franklin, Henrietta L. Leonard, and Edna B. Foa
11. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Catherine D. McKnight, Scott N. Compton, and John S. March
12. Specific Phobias, Neville J. King, Peter Muris, and Thomas H. Ollendick
13. Selective Mutism, Jennifer B. Freeman, Abbe M. Garcia, Lauren M. Miller, Sara Dow, and Henrietta L. Leonard
14. Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy, Kristen Schoff D'Eramo and Greta Francis
15. Pharmacotherapy, Murray B. Stein and Soraya Seedat
16. Combining Medication and Psychosocial Treatments: An Evidence-Based Medicine Approach, Scott N. Compton, Catherine D. McKnight, and John S. March
17. Prevention Strategies, Paula M. Barrett and Cynthia M. Turner
Tracy L. Morris, PhD, is Associate Professor of Psychology at West Virginia University, where she currently serves as Associate Chair of the department and Coordinator of the child clinical psychology doctoral program. She received a BS and an MS degree in psychology from Pittsburg State University (Kansas) and a PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Mississippi. Dr. Morris completed a clinical internship and postdoctoral fellowship at the Medical University of South Carolina, specializing in child clinical psychology. Her primary research focus is on the developmental psychopathology of anxiety disorders.
John S. March, MD, MPH, is former Director of the Division of Neurosciences Medicine at the Duke Clinical Research Institute. He has extensive experience developing and testing treatments for pediatric mental disorders and has published widely on obsessive-compulsive disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and pediatric psychopharmacology.
"There’s a reason this book is in its second edition! The first volume, and now the second, contain impressive, scholarly reviews of the various foundations, assessments, and treatments for anxiety disorders in youth. Morris and March have gathered recognized experts to provide up-to-date information in an easy-to-read format and style. A valuable, evidence-oriented resource for professionals and graduate students, this book merits a place on the shelf--or on the desk, since it will be referred to frequently--of any mental health professional working with anxiety disorders in youth."--Philip C. Kendall, PhD, ABPP, Laura H. Carnell Professor of Psychology, Temple University
"This second edition reflects the rapid change in our knowledge of child and adolescent anxiety disorders. Practitioners, students, and instructors will want to immerse themselves completely and dive deeply for the many pearls in every chapter. Particularly valuable for practitioners is the second edition's evidence-based approach to combined medication and psychosocial treatments."--John H. Greist, MD, Department of Psychiatry, University of Wisconsin Medical School