Pathological gambling , a maladaptive behavioral addiction that is increasing in step with legalized and Internet gambling. Internet addiction , ranging from excessive seeking of medical information to dangerous sexual behaviors. As such, it will be welcomed not only by clinicians and researchers but also by individuals and family members coping with these disorders.
Disruptive, Impulse-Control, and Conduct Disorders
Contributors Preface Chapter 1. Intermittent Explosive Disorder Chapter 3. Self-Injurious Behaviors Chapter 5. Sexual Compulsions Chapter 6. Binge Eating Chapter 7. Trichotillomania Chapter 8. Kleptomania Chapter 9. Compulsive Shopping Chapter Pyromania Chapter Pathological Gambling Chapter Problematic Internet Use Chapter Treatment of Impulse-Control Disorders Index.
Impulse Control Disorders
This may be the most definitive reference to date on the impulse control disorders, a set of disorders attracting increasing investigative and clinical attention stimulated in part by growing awareness of their high prevalence through recent epidemiologic surveys. This is a comprehensive compendium including intermittent explosive disorder, conduct disorder, trichotillomania, pathologic gambling, pyromania, as well as a number of other impulse disorders.
Chapters for each disorder have wide-ranging coverage including historical aspects, epidemiology, neurobiology, pharmacotherapy, and psychotherapeutic treatment. Siever, M. This book will be an asset to any mental health professional. Well organized and well written with contributions by 25 different experts in the field of impulse-control disorders, the Clinical Manual of Impulse-Control Disorders is a wonderful collection and synopsis of the current state-of-the-art conceptualization, diagnosis, and treatment of the broad range of all impulse-control disorders.
The editors have done an excellent job in not only recruiting superb contributors, but also giving the manual a coherent and consistent feel.
Impulse Control Disorders and Substance Abuse
This is a book that clinicians will find especially useful because some of the disorders described are so new that they are not yet included in the DSM or in most current residency curricula. This is an excellent examination of impulse control disorders. It reviews each disorder thoroughly and presents clear assessment and treatment methods. The treatments are the most up-to-date available and are especially useful with such problems as Internet usage and compulsive shopping. The sections on impulsive aggression and self-injurious behaviors are both excellent.
I would highly recommend this book for any clinician who treats patients with impulse control disorders. Jean Ades, M. Andrea Allen, Ph. Bryann R. Baker, B. Donald W. Black, M. Emil F. Coccaro, M. Melany Danehy, M. Gretchen J. Diefenbach, Ph. Stephen J. Donovan, M.
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Self-Injurious BehaviorsChapter 5. Sexual CompulsionsChapter 6. Binge EatingChapter 7. TrichotillomaniaChapter 8. KleptomaniaChapter 9. Compulsive ShoppingChapter PyromaniaChapter Pathological GamblingChapter Problematic Internet UseChapter Treatment of Impulse-Control DisordersIndex.
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