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Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents
Research, Assessment and Intervention

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Wendy K. Silverman, Philip D. A. Treffers, Pier J. M. Prins, Jaap Oosterlaan, P. Michael Westenberg, Berend M. Siebelink, Floyd R. Salee, John S. March, Antonio C. Fonseca, Sean Perrin, Annette M. La Greca, Andy P. Field, Graham C. L. Davey, William Yule, Patrick Smith, Frits Boer, Ingeborg Lindhout, Katharina Manassis, Frank C. Verhulst, Lars-Göran Öst, Steven L. Berman, Sandra L. Stock, John S. Werry, Jon McClellan, Avigdor Klingman
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  • Date Published: January 2011
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  • isbn: 9780511837050

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  • Anxiety disorders are among the most prevalent mental health problems in childhood. In this timely book, an international team of psychiatrists and psychologists review the most recent theoretical and empirical developments in the field and indicate how these may inform researchers and clinicians. Following a historical introduction, chapters review conceptual and management issues, including cognitive, neurobiological, learning, and developmental processes, and peer group and family influences. Chapters include discussions on phenomenology, classification, assessment, clinical course, intervention, and outcome, as well as pharmacological and psychosocial treatment approaches. This text is an authoritative guide to the understanding and assessment of anxiety disorders in the young, and will appeal to clinicians, researchers, and to all mental health professionals involved with this age group.

    • Scholarly and up-to-the-minute
    • Comprehensive coverage of the most recent theoretical and empirical developments in the field
    • Written by a truly international team of experts
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    "The book is a useful update in a relatively uncrowded research area of childhood psychopathology." Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry

    "There is much of value in this book, which should certainly be in the libraries of centres in which children or adolescents with anxiety diorders are treated or assessed." Canadian Child Pyschiatry Review

    "This is a nice introduction to anxiety disorders in children and adolescents. It is a very worthwhile contribution to this field and it is highly recommended." Doody Publishing, Inc.

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    • Date Published: January 2011
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9780511837050
    • contains: 12 tables
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Preface Wendy K. Silverman and Philip D. A. Treffers
    1. Anxiety and its disorders in children and adolescents before the twentieth century Philip D. A. Treffers and Wendy K. Silverman
    2. Affective and cognitive processes and the development and maintenance of anxiety and its disorders Pier J. M. Prins
    3. Behavioural inhibition and the development of childhood anxiety disorders Jaap Oosterlaan
    4. Psychosocial developmental theory in relation to anxiety and its disorders P. Michael Westenberg, Berend M. Siebelink and Philip D. A. Treffers
    5. Neuropsychiatry of paediatric anxiety disorders Floyd R. Salee and John S. March
    6. Clinical phenomenology, classification and assessment of anxiety disorders in children and adolescents Antonio C. Fonseca and Sean Perrin
    7. Friends or foes? Peer influences on anxiety among children and adolescents Annette M. La Greca
    8. Conditioning models of childhood anxiety Andy P. Field and Graham C. L. Davey
    9. Traumatic events and post-traumatic stress disorder William Yule, Sean Perrin and Patrick Smith
    10. Family and genetic influences: is anxiety 'all in the family'? Frits Boer and Ingeborg Lindhout
    11. Child-parent relations: attachment and anxiety disorders Katharina Manassis
    12. Community and epidemiological aspects of anxiety disorders in children Frank C. Verhulst
    13. Onset, course, and outcome for anxiety disorders in children Lars-Göran Öst
    14. Psychosocial interventions for anxiety disorders Wendy K. Silverman and Steven L. Berman
    15. Pharmacological treatment of paediatric anxiety Sandra L. Stock, John S. Werry and Jon McClellan
    16. Prevention of anxiety disorders: the case of post-traumatic stress disorder Avigdor Klingman
    Index.

  • Editors

    Wendy K. Silverman, Florida International University

    Philip D. A. Treffers, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden, The Netherlands

    Contributors

    Wendy K. Silverman, Philip D. A. Treffers, Pier J. M. Prins, Jaap Oosterlaan, P. Michael Westenberg, Berend M. Siebelink, Floyd R. Salee, John S. March, Antonio C. Fonseca, Sean Perrin, Annette M. La Greca, Andy P. Field, Graham C. L. Davey, William Yule, Patrick Smith, Frits Boer, Ingeborg Lindhout, Katharina Manassis, Frank C. Verhulst, Lars-Göran Öst, Steven L. Berman, Sandra L. Stock, John S. Werry, Jon McClellan, Avigdor Klingman

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