Clinical Neuroscience

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Macmillan, Nov 26, 2004 - Medical - 531 pages
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The first and only textbook of its kind, Clinical Neuroscience integrates neurobiological mechanisms of general health into the coverage of mental disorders. With this resource, instructors can easily integrate principles of neuroscience into clinical, developmental, behavioral, cognitive, and social psychology.
 

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Contents

Emergence of Clinical Neuroscience
1
Classifying Mental Disorders
9
Windows on Neurobiology
16
Developmental Perspective
22
Oliver Sacks
28
P A R T
31
Research Treatment and Points of CHAPTER 9 Schizophrenia 311
35
Localizing Functions in the Brain
42
Living with Tourettes Syndrome
254
Genetic Influences and Evolutionary Factors
267
Brain Plasticity
285
Treatment for Depression
291
A CASE IN POINT Kay Redfield Jamison
304
Neurobiology of Schizophrenia
317
Neurochemistry
330
Animal Models of Schizophrenia
338

Neurological Approaches to Mental Illness
53
Electroconvulsive Therapy ECT
59
A DifferentType of Therapeutic Environment
65
Establishing Homeostasis Maintaining Homeostatis
73
Development of the Central Nervous System
79
Midbrain
86
Paul MacLean
96
Cranial Nerves and Blood Supply
102
Microanatomy and Neurotransmission
109
A Cellular Factory
116
Dynamic Elements of the Neuronal Communication and Connection and
122
Keith Black M D
129
Integrating Information at the Cell Membrane
136
Summary
143
Neurochemicals
149
Amino Acid Transmitters
161
Neuropeptides and Neurohormones
166
Thomas Insel
172
Foundations of Psychopharmacology
179
Neurodevelopment Over the Life Span
185
Establishing and FineTuning the Brains Circuits
191
Adolescence and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
198
Russell Barkley
204
The Maternal Brain
211
Development of the Stress Response
213
Mammalian Cloning
220
Disorders of Anxiety ObsessiveCompulsive
227
Tracing the Neurobiological Roots of OCD
233
Fixed Action Patterns and Ritualistic Behavior
243
Tourettes Syndrome
253
Neurocognitive Training
345
Drug Addiction
351
Tracing the Neurobiological Roots of Addiction 258
358
Craving Response
369
Therapy for Drug Addiction
378
Therapeutic Shot in the Dark?
381
Summary
387
Stress and Coping
391
Revisiting the Stress Response
393
Brains Stress Circuit
401
Effects of Sex Differences on Responses to Stress
407
Eberhard Fuchs
418
A CASE IN POINT How Terry Anderson Survived as a Hostage
424
Psychoneuroimmunology
432
Cells That Plan for the Future
438
When Good Cells Turn Bad
445
Sickness Behavior and Its Role in Maintaining Health
451
Psychological Factors Leading to Enhanced Immune Function
459
Microanatomy and CHAPTER 13 Eating Regulation
467
Neurochemical Factors
474
Preparatory Response Theory
480
A Closer Look at Gastric Bypass Surgery
490
Bulimia Nervosa
500
Summary
506
Neurochemistry and EPILOGUE
509
Designer Brains Designer Disorders
517
Looking to the FutureThrough all the Windows of Clinical
521
Glossary
1
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Lambert is the owner of KL and Associates, Inc.

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