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Study Guide to Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

A Companion to Dulcan’s Textbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Second Edition

Philip R. Muskin, M.D., Anna L. Dickerman, M.D., and Oliver M. Stroeh, M.D.

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  • 2018
  • 377 Pages
  • ISBN 978-1-61537-182-2
  • Item #37182

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Description

Study Guide to Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is a question-and-answer companion that allows you to evaluate your mastery of the subject matter as you progress through Dulcan's Textbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Second Edition. The Study Guide is made up of approximately 290 questions divided into 49 individual quizzes of 5-8 questions each that correspond to chapters in the textbook. Questions are followed by an answer guide that references relevant text (including page numbers) in the textbook to allow quick access to needed information. Each answer is accompanied by a discussion that not only addresses the correct response but also explains why other responses are not correct.

The Study Guide's companion, Dulcan's Textbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Second Edition, has been thoroughly updated to reflect significant changes to psychiatric nomenclature and criteria in DSM-5. This new edition prunes older content while distilling and incorporating clinically relevant findings. Reorganized chapters feature tables of selected diagnostic criteria from the DSM-5 for quick reference.

Contents

  • Preface
  • Chapter 1. The Process of Assessment and Diagnosis
  • Chapter 2. Section on Assessing Infants and Toddlers
  • Chapter 3. Assessing the Pre-school Age Child
  • Chapter 4. Assessing the Elementary School-Age Child
  • Chapter 5. Assessing Adolescents
  • Chapter 6. Neurological Examination, Electroencephalography, Neuroimaging, and Neuropsychological Testing
  • Chapter 7. Intellectual Disability
  • Chapter 8. Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Chapter 9. Neurodevelopment Disorders: Specific Learning Disorder, Communication Disorders, and Motor Disorders
  • Chapter 10. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Chapter 11. Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder
  • Chapter 12. Substance Use Disorders and Addictions
  • Chapter 13. Depressive and Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorders
  • Chapter 14. Bipolar Disorder
  • Chapter 15. Anxiety Disorders
  • Chapter 16. Posttraumatic stress disorder and persistent complex bereavement disorder
  • Chapter 17. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Chapter 18. Early Onset Schizophrenia
  • Chapter 19. Psychiatric Aspects of Chronic Physical Disorders
  • Chapter 20. Eating and Feeding Disorders
  • Chapter 21. Tic Disorders
  • Chapter 22. Elimination Disorders
  • Chapter 23. Sleep Disorders
  • Chapter 24. Evidence-Based Practice
  • Chapter 25. Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Chapter 26. Cultural and Religious Issues
  • Chapter 27. Youth Suicide
  • Chapter 28. Gender Dysphoria and Nonconformity
  • Chapter 29. Aggression & Violence
  • Chapter 30. Psychiatric Emergencies
  • Chapter 31. Family Transitions
  • Chapter 32. Legal and Ethical Issues
  • Chapter 33. Telemental Health
  • Chapter 34. Principles of Psychopharmacology
  • Chapter 35. Medications Used for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Chapter 36. Antidepressants
  • Chapter 37. Mood Stabilizers
  • Chapter 38. Antipsychotic Medications
  • Chapter 39. Individual Psychotherapy
  • Chapter 40. Parent Counseling, Psychoeducation, and Parent Support Groups
  • Chapter 41. Behavioral Parent Training
  • Chapter 42. Family-Based Assessment and Treatment
  • Chapter 43. Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Adolescents
  • Chapter 44. Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Anxiety and Depression
  • Chapter 45. Motivational Interviewing
  • Chapter 46. Systems of Care, Wraparound Services, and Home-Based Services
  • Chapter 47. Milieu Treatment
  • Chapter 48. School Based Interventions
  • Chapter 49. Collaborating with Primary Care

Contributors

    Nicole C. Allen, M.D.
    Alexandra Canetti, M.D.
    Shannon Gulliver Caspersen, M.D.
    Ashley K. Crumby, M.D.
    Shannon Delaney, M.D.
    Helen T. Ding, M.D.
    Eve Khlyavich Freidl, M.D.
    Maalobeeka Gangopadhyay, M.D.
    Heather Goodman, M.D.
    Michael B. Grody, M.D.
    Kathleen Jung, M.D.
    Denise Leung, M.D.
    Sarah Richards Kim, M.D.
    Annie Sze Yan Li, M.D.
    Maria G. Master, J.D., M.D.
    Megan M. Mroczkowski, M.D.
    Siobhan O'Herron, M.D.
    Lakshmi Reddy, M.D.
    Adriana E. Rego, M.D.
    Rebecca Rendleman, M.D.
    Anna Halperin Rosen, M.D.
    Susan Samuels, M.D.
    Mariana Schmajuk, M.D.
    Jessica Simberlund, M.D.
    Alma Spaniardi, M.D.
    Katharine Stratigos, M.D.
    Meredith Weiss, M.D.
    M. Carolina Zerrate, M.D.

About the Authors

Philip R. Muskin, M.D., M.A., is Professor of Psychiatry at CUMC, Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center; and faculty member at the Columbia University Psychoanalytic Center.

Anna L. Dickerman, M.D., is Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College and Assistant Attending Psychiatrist at New York-Presbyterian Hospital.

Oliver M. Stroeh, M.D., is Clarice Kestenbaum, M.D. Assistant Professor of Education and Training in the Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (in Psychiatry) at CUMC, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons; New York-Presbyterian Hospital; New York State Psychiatric Institute.

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