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Title Concepts and controversies in obsessive-compulsive disorder / edited by Jonathan S. Abramowitz, Arthur C. Houts.

Publication Info. New York, NY : Springer, [2005]


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Description 1 online resource (xvii, 437 pages) : illustrations.
Series Series in anxiety and related disorders
Series in anxiety and related disorders.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Part I. Phenomenology -- Symptom dimensions in OCD : developmental and evolutionary perspectives / James F. Leckman -- Dimensional and subtype models of OCD / Steven Taylor -- Reply to Taylor. Combined dimensional and categorical perspectives as an integrative approach to OCD / James F. Leckman -- Reply to Leckamn et al. Putting the symptom dimension model to the test / Steven Taylor -- Animal models of obessive compulsive disorder : a neurobiological and ethological perspective / Nicholas H. Dodman and Louis Shuster -- Behavioral and functional models of OCD / Arthur C. Houts -- Reply to Houts. A dysfunctional animal model of OCD / Nicholas H. Dodman -- Reply to Dodman and Shuster. Animal models and two traditions in OCD research / Arthur C. Houts -- The case for the OCD spectrum / Eric Hollander ... [et al.] -- Obsessive-compulsive disorder : essential phenomenology and overlap with other anxiety disorders / Jonathan S. Abramowitz and Brett J. Deacon -- Reply to Abramowitz and Deacon. Beyond anxiety : etiological and functional overlaps between OCD and OC spectrum disorders / Eric Hollander and Chin-Chin Yeh -- Reply to Hollander et al. The OC spectrum : a closer look at the arguments and the data / Jonathan S. Abramowitz and Brett J. Deacon -- Trichotillomania : an obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorder / Dan J. Stein ... [et al.] -- Overlap of body dysmorphic disorder and hypochondriasis with OCD / Fugen Neziroglu and Sony Khemlani-Patel -- Contrasting nonparaphilic sexual addictions and OCD / Stefanie A. Schwartz and Jonathan S. Abramowitz -- Compulsive buying : a disorder of compulsivity or impulsivity / Lorraine A. Swan-Kremeir, James E. Mitchell, Ronald J. Faber -- Contrasting Tourette's syndrome and tic disorders with OCD / Kieron O'Connor -- Part II. Etiology -- Neuropsychiatric models of OCD / David R. Rosenberg, Aileen Russell, Andrea Fougere -- Cognitive-behavioral models of OCD / Roz Shafran -- Reply to Shafran. Biological and cognitive models of OCD : seeking similarities and achieving progress together / David R. Rosenberg, Aileen Russell, Andrea Fougere -- Reply to Rosenberg et al. Biological versus psychological approaches to OCD : war or peace? / Roz Shafran and Anne Speckens-- Part III: Treatment -- Formal cognitive therapy : a new treatment for OCD / Jeanne Fama and Sabine Wilhelm -- Treatment for OCD : unleashing the power of exposure / Michael J. Kozak and Meredith E. Coles -- Reply to Kozak and Coles. Expanding the conceptualization of cognitive therapy and its therapeutic potential / Jeanne Fama and Sabine Wilhelm -- Reply to Fama and Wilhelm. Cognitive therapy and exposure treatment for OCD : contrast and rapprochement / Michael J. Kozak and Meredith E. Coles -- The role of the therapist in behavior therapy for OCD / David F. Tolin and Scott Hannan -- Self-directed exposure in the treatment of OCD / Cheryl N. Carmin, Pamela S. Wiegartz, Kevin D. Wu -- Reply to to Carmin et al. What's in a name? The distinction between self-directed and self-conducted treatment / David F. Tollin and Scott Hannan -- Reply to Tolin and Hannan. Self-directed versus therapist-directed treatment : additional considerations / Cheryl N. Carmin, Pamela S. Wiegartz, Kevin D. Wu -- Combining pharmacotherapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy in the treatment of OCD / H. Blair Simpson and Michael R. Liebowitz -- Combining serotonin medication with cognitive-behavior therapy : is it necessary for all OCD patients? / Martin E. Franklin -- Reply to Franklin. Using combination treatments for OCD / H. Blair Simpson and Michael R. Liebowitz -- Reply to Simpson and Liebowitz. Meeting in the middle, then moving forward together / Martin E. Franklin.
Summary "Recent advances in theory and treatment have significantly increased our understanding of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Yet research on OCD generally falls into categories of either behavioral or biological, and rarely do the two meet. Concepts and Controversies in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder bridges this gap admirably. Featuring an international panel of 42 experts, this volume focuses in depth on - and presents opposing viewpoints to - the seven conceptual and practical disputes that characterize the field today."--Jacket.
Note GMD: electronic resource.
Subject Obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
PSYCHOLOGY -- Psychopathology -- Compulsive Behavior.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder. (OCoLC)fst01042960
Added Author Abramowitz, Jonathan S.
Houts, Arthur C.
Other Form: Print version: Concepts and controversies in obsessive-compulsive disorder. New York, NY : Springer, 2005 038723280X 9780387232805 (DLC) 2004063229 (OCoLC)56956381
ISBN 9780387233703
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