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Biological Psychiatry

Biological Psychiatry

Hugo D'haenen (Editor), Johan A. den Boer (Editor), P. Willner (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-470-85486-0

Oct 2003

1486 pages

$864.99

Description

Biological psychiatry, sometimes called psychiatric neuroscience, concerns itself with scientific research and clinical observation of psychopathologies. Incredible advances in molecular biology, genomics, pharmacology and neuroscience mean that more is known about the biological basis of behaviour and mental illness than ever before. This translates directly to improved diagnoses and disease management as well as better-targeted therapeutics. In fact, biological psychiatric research focuses on psychopharmacological interventions derived from biochemical hypotheses of mental disorders.

Biological Psychiatry covers basic principles and then delves deeper into various disorders. Structured to follow the organisation of the DSM-IV, psychiatry's primary diagnostic and classification guide, the contributions explore functional neuroanatomy, imaging and neuropsychology and pharmacotherapeutic possibilities for depressive, anxiety and mood disorders, substance abuse and eating disorders, schizophrenia and psychotic disorders, and cognitive and personality disorders.

The world's leading psychiatrists, neurologists, neuroscientists, pharmacologists have contributed to this important work, the most comprehensive ever compiled.
List of contributors.

Preface.

VOLUME I.

PART A: BASIC PRINCIPLES.

General Issues.

I.Conceptual Issues (G.E. Berrios and I.S. Marková).

II. Measurement Issues (P. Bech).

Specific Issues.

III. Animal Models in Biological Psychiatry (M. Sarter and J.P. Bruno).

IV. Monoaminergic Transmitter Systems (T.H. Svensson and A.A. Mathé).

V. The Excitatory Amino Acid System (D.T. Monaghan, P.A. Howson, D.E. Jane and R.J. Bridges).

VI. Peptidergic Transmitter Systems (M. Palkovits).

VII. Neuroendocrinology (D.A. Gutman and C.B. Nemeroff).

VIII. Psychoneuroimmunology: Basic Principles (Z. Kronfol and M.M.P.N. Nair).

IX. Psychophysiology (G.G. Berntson, J.T. Cacioppo and M. Sarter).

X. Neuropsychology (M.T. Banich).

XI. Brain Imaging (S. Laureys, P. Peigneux and S. Goldman).

XII. Neurogenetics (A. Thapar and M. O'Donovan).

XIII. Gene-Environment Interactions (D.I. Boomsma and N.G. Martin).

XIV. Gender Issues in Brain Structures and Functions and Their Relevance for Psychopathology (D.F. Swaab).

PART B: CLINICAL SYNDROMES.

Cognitive Disorders.

XV-1. Animal Models of Cognitive Disorders (T. Steckler).

XV-2. Aminergic Transmitter Systems in Cognitive Disorders (J.P. Bruno and M. Sarter).

XV-3. Disturbances in the Amino Acid Transmitter Systems in Cognitive Disorders Classified and Diagnosed According to DSM-IV (T. Duka).

XV-4. Neuropeptides and Cognitive Disorders (G. Bissette).

XV-5. The Neuroendocrinology of Cognitive Disorders (S.J. Lupien).

XV-6. Neuroinflammation in Neurodegeneration: Lessons from Alzheimer's Disease (T. Pirttil¨a and I. Alafuzoff).

XV-7. Psychophysiology: Event-Related Potentials and Psychophysics in Dementia (C. Murphy and S. Wetter).

XV-8. Neuropsychology of Cognitive Disorders (M.A. Goldstein, J. Woehr and B.H. Price).

XV-9. Functional Neuroanatomy (P. Cras).

XV-10. Brain Imaging of Cognitive Disorders (P.H. Robert, J. Darcourt and M. Benoit).

XV-11. Neurogenetics of Dementia (B. Dermaut and C. Van Broeckhoven).

XV-12. Gene-Environment Interactions in Cognitive Disorders (K.M. Mehta and K. Yaffe).

XV-13. Review of Gender Issues and Oestrogen Replacement in Common Cognitive Disorders (J.S. Meyer and Y.-S. Li).

XV-14. Pharmacological Treatment of Dementia, with the Emphasis on Dementia of the Alzheimer Type (P.P. De Deyn).

Substance-Related Disorders.

XVI-1. Animal Model of Substance Abuse and Dependence (T.S. Shippenberg).

XVI-2. Amino Acid Transmitter Systems in Substance-Related Disorders (A. Dahchour and P. De Witte).

XVI-3. Endocrinology of Drug Dependence (P.V. Piazza and B. Aouizerate).

XVI-4. Neuroimmunology (C. Spies, H. Sch¨onfeld, U. Dirnagl, W.J. Kox and H. Rommelspacher).

XVI-5. The Psychophysiology of Substance-Related Disorders (A. Gamma and M.E. Liechti).

XVI-6. Neuropsychology of Substance Abuse (M. Lacy and L. Sworowski).

XVI-7. Functional Anatomy of Substance-Related Disorders (R.A. Wise and E.L. Gardner).

XVI-8. Neuroimaging and Substance Abuse (R. Hitzemann, N. Volkow, J. Fowler and G.-J. Wang).

XVI-9. Genetic Epidemiology of Substance-Use Disorders (K.R. Merikangas).

XVI-10. Gender Issues in Substance Abuse (W.R. Yates).

XVI-11. Therapeutic Armamentarium in Substance-Related Disorders (A. Lingford-Hughes).

Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders.

XVII-1. Animal Models for Schizophrenia (B.A. Ellenbroek and A.R. Cools).

XVII-2. Aminergic Transmitter Systems (P. Falkai).

XVII-3. Amino Acid Transmitter Systems (U. Heresco-Levy).

XVII-4. Peptidergic Transmitter Systems in Schizophrenia (S. Iritani).

XVII-5. Neuroimmunology of Schizophrenia (N. M¨uller).

XVII-6. Psychophysiology Studies of Schizophrenia (J.G. Csernansky).

XVII-7. The Neuropsychology of Schizophrenia (L. Krabbendam and J. Jolles).

XVII-8. Schizophrenia and Brain Imaging (S.-J. Blakemore).

XVII-9. Neurogenetics of Schizophrenia (S. Zammit, M. O'Donovan and M.J. Owen).

XVII-10. Gene-Environment Interactions in Schizophrenia (M.T. Tsuang, W.S. Stone, S.I. Tarbox and S.V. Faraone).

XVII-11. Gender Issues in Schizophrenia (D.J. Castle and R.M. Murray).

XVII-12. Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders: Therapeutic Armamentarium (M.J. Travis).

Index.

VOLUME II.

Mood Disorders.

XVIII-1. Animal Models of Depression: A Diathesis/Stress Approach (P. Willner and P.J. Mitchell).

XVIII-2. Monoaminergic Transmitter Systems (A. Neumeister and D.S. Charney).

XVIII-3. Evidence for GABAergic and Glutamatergic Involvement in the Pathophysiology and Treatment of Depressive Disorders (G. Sanacora).

XVIII-4. Peptidergic Transmitter Systems (J.H. Meyer).

XVIII-5. Neuroendocrinology of Mood Disorders (D.K.Y. Sit and A.J. Rothschild).

XVIII-6. Psychophysiology of Mood Disorders (S. Galderisi).

XVIII-7. The Neuropsychology of Mood Disorders: Affect, Cognition and Neural Circuitry (A. Mohanty and W. Heller).

XVIII-8. Functional Neuroscience of Mood Disorders (M. Le Moal and W. Mayo).

XVIII-9. Brain Imaging in Mood Disorders (K.P. Ebmeier and D. Kronhaus).

XVIII-10. Molecular Genetics in Mood Disorders (D. Souery, S. Linotte and J. Mendlewicz).

XVIII-11. Neonatal Developmental Neuroplasticity: A Critical Contribution from Environment (R.M. Post).

XVIII-12. Female-Specific Mood Disorders (M. Steiner, E. Dunn and L. Born).

XVIII-13. Therapeutic Armamentarium (R.H. Howland and M.E. Thase).

Anxiety Disorders.

XIX-1. Animal Models of Anxiety Disorders (F.G. Graeff and H. Zangrossi Jr).

XIX-2. Aminergic Transmitter Systems (N. McNaughton).

XIX-3. Amino Acid Transmitter Systems (C. Belzung, G. Griebel, F. Dubois-Carmagnat and J.M. Darves-Bornoz).

XIX-4. Peptidergic Transmitter System and Anxiety Disorders (M. Bourin, M. Hascoët, D. David and B.A.N. Dhonnchadha).

XIX-5. Neuroendocrinology of Anxiety Disorders: Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (W.S. de Loos).

XIX-6. Neuroimmunology of Anxiety Disorders (P. Monteleone).

XIX-7. Psychophysiology of Anxiety Disorders (G. Wiedemann and A. Mühlberger).

XIX-8. The Neuropsychology of Anxiety Disorders: Affect, Cognition, and Neural Circuitry (J.B. Nitschke and W. Heller).

XIX-9. Functional Neuroanatomy of Anxiety Disorders (B. Martis, A. Malizia and S.L. Rauch).

XIX-10. In Vivo Functional Neurochemistry of Anxiety Disorders (A.L. Malizia, B. Martis and S.L. Rauch).

XIX-11. Neurogenetics of Anxiety Disorders (R. Weizman and A. Weizman).

XIX-12. Gender Differences in Anxiety Disorders (T.A. Pigott and L.T. Lac).

XIX-13. Therapeutic Armamentarium in Anxiety Disorders (J.A. den Boer, B.R. Slaap, G.J. ter Horst, T.I.F.H. Cremers and F.J. Bosker).

XX. Psychobiology of Somatoform Disorders (W. Rief and C. Exner).

XXI. The Emerging Psychobiology of Trauma-Related Dissociation and Dissociative Disorders (E.R.S. Nijenhuis, O. van der Hart and K. Steele).

XXII. The Psychobiology of Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders (C.M. Meston and P.F. Frohlich).

Eating Disorders.

XXIII-1. Animal Models of Eating Disorders (J.E. Johansen and M. Schalling).

XXIII-2. Transmitter Systems in the Eating Disorders (T.D. Brewerton).

XXIII-3. Neuroendocrinology (F. Connan).

XXIII-4. Neuroimmunology of Eating Disorders (J.P. Konsman and R. Dantzer).

XXIII-5. Psychophysiology and Eating Disorders (P.P.S. Gomez, N.A. Troop and J.L. Treasure).

XXIII-6. Neuropsychological Findings in Eating Disorders (C.J. Lauer).

XXIII-7. Neuroanatomical Bases of Eating Disorders (R. Uher, J. Treasure and I.C. Campbell).

XXIII-8. Brain Imaging (T. Naruo).

XXIII-9. The Genetics of Eating Disorders (K.L. Klump, C.M. Bulik, W.H. Kaye and M. Strober).

XXIII-10. The Therapeutic Armamentarium in Eating Disorders (J.E. Mitchell, S. Crow, T.C. Myers and S. Wonderlich).

Sleep Disorders.

XXIV-1. Animal Models of Sleep Disturbances: Intrinsic and Environmental Determinants (P. Meerlo, B.M. Bergmann and F.W. Turek).

XXIV-2. Neurotransmitter Systems Regulating Sleep-Wake States (B.E. Jones).

XXIV-3. Neuroendocrinology of Sleep Disorders (A. Steiger).

XXIV-4. Neuroimmunology of Sleep (J.A. Majde and J.M. Krueger).

XXIV-5. Psychophysiology of Sleep Disorders (R.T. Pivik).

XXIV-6. The Neuropsychology of Sleep Disorders (R. Cluydts and E. Verstraeten).

XXIV-7. Sleep Disorders-Functional Neuroanatomy (P. Maquet).

XXIV-8. Functional Neuroimaging in Sleep and Sleep Disorders (P. Maquet).

XXIV-9. Genetics of Sleep and Sleep Disorders (P. Linkowski).

XXIV-10. Gender Issues Related to Sleep (J. Walsleben).

XXIV-11. Sleep Disorders-Therapeutic Armamentarium (M. Lader).

XXV Psychobiology of Impulse-Control Disorders Not Otherwise Specified (NOS) (S. Pallanti, N.B. Rossi, J. Friedberg and E. Hollander).

Personality Disorders.

XXVI-1. Animal Models of Personality (A.R. Cools and B.A. Ellenbroek).

XXVI-2. Neurotransmitter Systems in the Personality Disorders (M. Eks, H.W. Koenigsberg and L.J. Siever).

XXVI-3. Neuroendocrinology of Personality Disorders (R.T. Mulder and P.R. Joyce).

XXVI-4. The Psychophysiology of Personality Disorders (A. Scarpa and A. Raine).

XXVI-5. Neuropsychology of Personality Disorders (M.M. Voglmaier).

XXVI-6. Functional Neuroanatomy and Brain Imaging of Personality and its Disorders (C.R. Cloninger).

XXVI-7. Neurogenetics of Personality Disorders (A. Reif and K.-P. Lesch).

XXVI-8. Gene-Environment Interactions in Personality Disorders (J. Paris).

XXVI-9. The Psychopharmacological Treatment of Personality Disorders (R. Lee and E. Coccaro).

Index.

"...A strong point to the volume is its truly international authorship. The book is an excellent companion to psychopharmacology volumes". (Psychotherapy & Psychosomatics, July/August 2003)