International Handbook of Phobic and Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents
Thomas H. Ollendick, Neville J. King, William Yule
Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 30, 1994 - Psychology - 496 pages
Reknowned authorities offer the first international handbook on anxiety and phobic disorders in children and adolescents. Using DSM-IV and ICD classifications, this comprehensive and up-to-date volume addresses issues related to diagnostic classification, epidemiolgy, etiology, assessment, and treatment. With its case studies, this volume makes a practical reference for clinicians, researchers, and students.
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Diagnostic and Classification Issues
Separation Anxiety Disorder
Structured Diagnostic Interviews
Behavior Checklists and Rating Forms
Family Systems Interventions
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