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Treating Sleep Disorders: Principles and Practice of Behavioral Sleep Medicine

Treating Sleep Disorders: Principles and Practice of Behavioral Sleep Medicine

Michael L. Perlis (Editor), Kenneth L. Lichstein (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-471-44343-8

Aug 2003

485 pages

Select type: Hardcover

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$110.00

Description

* Includes chapters on sleep phase disorders, sleep apnea, periodic limb movements, narcolepsy, limit setting disorders in children, enuresis, and night terrors.
* Provides a unique, behavioral approach to sleep medicine.
Preface.

Acknowledgments.

Contributors.

Section I: Introduction to Behavioral Sleep Medicine.

Chapter 1 A Historical Perspective and Commentary on Practice Issues (Edward J. Stepanski and Michael L . Perlis).

Section II: Assessment.

Chapter 2: The Measurement of Sleep (Leisha J. Smith, Sara Nowakowski, James P. Soef fing, Henry J. Orf f, and Michael L . Perlis).

Section III: Sleep Medicine.

Chapter 3: Sleep Apnea: A Challenge for Behavioral Medicine (Rosalind D. Cartwright).

Chapter 4: Periodic Limb Movements: Assessment and Management Strategies (Jack D. Edinger).

Chapter 5: The Symptomatic Management of Narcolepsy (Ann E. Rogers and Janet Mullington).

Chapter 6: Treatment Efficacy of Behavioral Interventions for Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Restless Legs Syndrome, Periodic Leg Movement Disorder, and Narcolepsy (Tracy F. Kuo and Clete A. Kushida).

Section IV: Behavioral Sleep Medicine.

Part 1: Behavioral Principles and Behavioral Sleep Medicine.

Chapter 7: Behavioral-Cognitive Science: The Foundation of Behavioral Sleep Medicine (Kenneth L . Lichstein and Sidney D. Nau).

Part 2 Adult Sleep Disorders and Behavioral Sleep Medicine.

Chapter 8: Evaluation of Insomnia (Arthur J. Spielman, Deirdre Conroy, and Paul B. Glovinsky).

Chapter 9: Primary Insomnia: Diagnostic Issues, Treatment, and Future Directions (Michael T. Smith, Leisha J. Smith, Sara Nowakowski, and Michael L . Perlis).

Chapter 10: Current Status of Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Insomnia: Evidence for Treatment Effectiveness and Feasibility (Charles M. Morin, Célyne Bastien, and Josée Savard).

Chapter 11: Secondary Insomnia: Diagnostic Issues, Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment, and Future Directions (Kenneth L . Lichstein, Christina S. McCrae, and Nancy M. Wilson).

Chapter 12: Circadian Rhythm Factors in Insomnia and Their Treatment (Leon C. Lack and Richard R. Bootzin).

Part 3: Pediatric Sleep Disorders and Behavioral Sleep Medicine.

Chapter 13: Clinical Assessment of Pediatric Sleep Disorders (Avi Sadeh).

Chapter 14: Behavioral Insomnias of Childhood—Limit Setting and Sleep Onset Association Disorder: Diagnostic Issues, Behavioral Treatment, and Future Directions (Daniel S. Lewin).

Chapter 15: Parasomnias (Gerald M. Rosen, Daniel P. Kohen, and Mark W. Mahowald).

Chapter 16: Efficacy of Behavioral Interventions for

Pediatric Sleep Disturbance (Brett R. Kuhn and Amy J. Elliott).

Author Index.

Subject Index.

“…brings together for the first time a systematic and coherent overview of the field.” (Psychological Medicine, Vol 34, 2004)