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Prospettive Sociali e Sanitarie
42° aggiornamento
SEZIONE RIVISTE SCIENTIFICHE
sommari delle riviste scientifiche in dotazione all’OSC
settembre 2005-giugno 2006
a cura del
Centro documentazione e ricerca
Organizzazione sociopsichiatrica cantonale
Via Ag Maspolil
6850 Mendrisio
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http://www.ti.ch/cdrosc
L’aggiornamento che vi proponiamo è il 42° da quando, nel 1987 abbiamo dato avvio a
questa iniziativa.
Contiene i sommari dei nuovi numeri apparsi tra settembre 2005 e giugno 2006 di 54 titoli
di riviste scelte fra tutte quelle ricevute regolarmente.
Acta psychiatrica p.4
Adolescence p.11
Adultità p.14
American journal of psychiatry p.15
Animazione sociale p.59
Appunti del Centro terapia cognitiva [Como] p.65
Archives of general psychiatry p.67
Artiterapie p.81
Assistenza infermieristica e ricerca p.84
Autismo oggi p.88
L'autre p.89
Bollettino ASPI p.90
The british journal of psychiatry p.90
Carnet psy p.114
Connessioni p.119
Cure infermieristiche p.121
Devenir p.125
Ecologia della mente p.126
Educazione sentimentale p.128
Epidemiologia e psichiatria sociale p.129
Evidence-based mental health p.134
Evolutions psychomotrices p.139
Fogli di informazione : documenti e ricerche per l'elaborazione di pratiche alternative in
campo psichiatrico e istituzionale p.141
Giornale italiano di neuropsichiatria dell’età evolutiva p.144
Giornale di neuropsicofarmacologia p.147
Itaca p.148
Journal of clinical psychiatry p.149
Journal watch psychiatry p.152
Maltrattamento e abuso all'infanzia p.156
Medicina delle tossicodipendenze : italian journal of the addictions p.158
Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence p.160
Prospettive sociali e sanitarie p.165
Psichiatria di comunità p.167
Psicobiettivo p.169
Psicopatologia cognitiva p.173
Psicoterapia p.174
Psicoterapia cognitiva e comportamentale p.175
Psicoterapia e scienze umane p.177
Psichiatrie de l’enfant p.179
Psychosomatics: the journal of consultation and liaison psychiatry p.181
Psychothérapies p.187
Psychotropes p.189
Quaderni di psicoterapia cognitiva p.190
Revue francophone de psycho-oncologie p.202
Revue française de psychanalyse p.195
Revue médicale suisse p.191
Ricerca e pratica p.206
Rivista di psichiatria p.212
Rivista medica italiana di psicoterapia ed ipnosi p.215
Rivista sperimentale di freniatria : la rivista della salute mentale p.218
Schizophrenia bulletin p.220
Schweizer Archiv für Neurologie und Psichiatrie = Archives suisse de neurologie et de
psichiatrie p.228
Soins psichiatrie p.239
Terapia familiare p.242
Thérapie familiale p.243-245
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Acta psychiatrica scandinavica, n 1, vol 113, 2006
1 Myths and rumours in scientific publishing
Povl Munk-Jørgensen, Birgitte Christiansen, Rasmus W. Licht
Lecture
6 Developmental psychopathology in adolescence: findings from a Swiss study – the NAPE Lecture 2005
H.-C. Steinhausen
Clinical Overview
13 Alcoholism and suicidal behavior: a clinical overview
L. Sher
Original Articles
23 Prediction of change in level of problem behavior among children of bipolar parents.
M. Wals, C. G. Reichart, M. H. J. Hillegers, W. A. Nolen, J. Van Os, J. Ormel, F. C. Verhulst
31 Randomized dose-ranging pilot trial of omega-3 fatty acids for postpartum depression.
M. P. Freeman, J. R. Hibbeln, K. L. Wisner, B. H. Brumbach, M. Watchman, A. J. Gelenberg
36 Minor depression as a predictor of the first onset of major depressive disorder over a 15-year follow-up.
J. Fogel, W. W. Eaton, D. E. Ford
44 CSF 5-HIAA, suicide intent and hopelessness in the prediction of early suicide in male high-risk suicide attempters.
M. Samuelsson, J. Jokinen, A.-L. Nordström, P. Nordström
48 Protective effect of the apo 2 allele in major depressive disorder in Taiwanese.
P.-L. Fan, C.-D. Chen, W.-T. Kao, B.-C. Shu, F.-W. Lung
54 No association between the −399 C>T polymorphism of the neuropeptide Y gene and schizophrenia, unipolar
depression or panic disorder in a Danish population.
C. Lindberg, P. Koefoed, E. S. Hansen, T. G. Bolwig, J. F. Rehfeld, E. Mellerup, O. S. Jørgensen, L. V. Kessing, T.
Werge, S. Haugbøl, A. G. Wang, D. P. D. Woldbye
59 Association between apolipoprotein E 4 allele and apathy in probable Alzheimer's disease.
R. Monastero, E. Mariani, C. Camarda, T. Ingegni, M. R. Averna, U. Senin, R. Camarda, P. Mecocci
Brief Communications
64 Abnormal thalamic volume in treatment-naïve boys with Tourette syndrome
J.-S. Lee, S.-S. Yoo, S.-Y. Cho, S.-M. Ock, M.-K. Lim, L. P. Panych
68 A view to regressive autism through home movies. Is early development really normal?
S. Maestro, F. Muratori, A. Cesari, C. Pecini, F. Apicella, D. Stern
Letter to the Editor
73 Iris M. de Vreede, No Sijben
73 Reply. Andreas Bechdolf
74 Group cognitive-behavioural therapy vs. group psychoeducation: which is better? Om Prakash Jhirwal
74 Reply. Andreas Bechdolf
75 M. Malik, E. Silva
75 Reply. Hans Schanda
75 Pharmacological treatment of postpartum depression Pedro Vieira da Silva Magalhães, Ricardo Tavares Pinheiro
76 Reply. Marie-Paule Austin, Susan Priest
Obituary
78 Mogens A. Schou Johan Schioldann, Per Vestergaard
Book Review
77 Handbook of psychiatry: a South Asian perspective Oyedeji Ayonrinde
Acta psychiatrica scandinavica, n 2, vol 113, 2006
Editorial
81 Standardized remission criteria in schizophrenia Nancy C. Andreasen
Review article
82 The gluten connection: the association between schizophrenia and celiac disease
A. E. Kalaydjian, W. Eaton, N. Cascella, A. Fasano
Clinical overview article
91 Standardized remission criteria in schizophrenia
J. van Os, T. Burns, R. Cavallaro, S. Leucht, J. Peuskens, L. Helldin, M. Bernardo, C. Arango, W. Fleischhacker, B.
Lachaux, J. M. Kane
Original articles
96 Non-affective Acute Remitting Psychosis: a preliminary report from Iran
J. Alaghband-Rad, M. Boroumand, H. Amini, V. Sharifi, A. Omid, R. Davari-Ashtiani, A. Seddigh, F. Momeni, Z.
Aminipour
102 Neuropsychological functions predict 1- and 3-year outcome in first-episode psychosis
R. Carlsson, H. Nyman, G. Ganse, J. Cullberg
112 Evidence for three distinct classes of 'typical', 'psychotic' and 'dual' mania: results from the EMBLEM study
J. M. Haro, J. van Os, E. Vieta, C. Reed, M. Lorenzo, I. Goetz, the EMBLEM Advisory Board
121 Homocysteine levels and glucose metabolism in non-obese, non-diabetic chronic schizophrenia
D. C. Henderson, P. M. Copeland, D. D. Nguyen, C. P. Borba, C. Cather, A. Eden Evins, O. Freudenreich, L. Baer, D.
C. Goff
126 Maintenance antipsychotic medication patterns in outpatient schizophrenia patients: a naturalistic cohort study
T. Burns, L. Christova, S. Cooper, G. Harrison, J. McKendrick, R. Laugharne, T. Obuaya, R. McCreadie, S. O'Brien, S.
Perrington, D. Stephenson
135 Increased risk of extrapyramidal side-effect treatment associated with atypical antipsychotic polytherapy
R. M. Carnahan, B. C. Lund, P. J. Perry, E. A. Chrischilles
142 An exploratory open-label trial of aripiprazole as an adjuvant to clozapine therapy in chronic schizophrenia
D. C. Henderson, L. Kunkel, D. D. Nguyen, C. P. Borba, T. B. Daley, P. M. Louie, O. Freudenreich, C. Cather, A. E.
Evins, D. C. Goff
Brief communications
148 Patients with schizophrenia treated with aripiprazole, a multicentre naturalistic study
A. F. Christensen, J. Poulsen, C. T. Nielsen, B. Bork, A. Christensen, M. Christensen
154 Multi-family treatment for patients with persistent auditory hallucinations and their relatives: a pilot study
J. A. Jenner, G. van de Willige, D. Wiersma
Book reviews
159 Perinatal stress, mood and anxiety disorders. From bench to bedside Malin Eberhard-Gran
159 Oxford textbook of psychotherapy Bengt-Åke Armelius
Acta psychiatrica scandinavica, suppl 329 n 2, vol 113, 2006
Preface
7 Patients with severe mental illness: a most difficult-to-treat patient population
Wulf Rössler, Christoph Lauber, Norman Sartorius, Povl Munk-Jørgensen
Original articles
9 Psychiatric services for people with severe mental illness across western Europe: what can be generalized from
current knowledge about differences in provision, costs and outcomes of mental health care?
T. Becker, R. Kilian
17 Severe mental illness across cultures
D. Bhugra
24 Heavy use of acute in-patient psychiatric services: the challenge to translate a utilization pattern into service
provision
U. M. Junghan, H. D. Brenner
33 Deconstructing home-based care for mental illness: can one identify the effective ingredients?
T. Burns, J. Catty, C. Wright
36 Intervention effects of supplying homeless individuals with permanent housing: a 3-year prospective study
M. M. Fichter, N. Quadflieg
41 The relationship between mental illness severity and stigma
W. Gaebel, H. Zäske, A. E. Baumann
46 Determinants of quality of life in people with severe mental illness
L. Hansson
51 Do mental health professionals stigmatize their patients?
C. Lauber, C. Nordt, C. Braunschweig, W. Rössler
60 Family burden and social network in schizophrenia vs. physical diseases: preliminary results from an Italian
national study
L. Magliano, A. Fiorillo, C. De Rosa, M. Maj, the National Mental Health Project Working Group
64 Severe mental illness in depression
H.-J. Möller, R. Bottlender
69 The therapeutic relationship in psychiatric settings
S. Priebe, R. McCabe
73 Early detection and treatment of schizophrenia: how early?
A. Riecher-Rössler, U. Gschwandtner, S. Borgwardt, J. Aston, M. Pflüger, W. Rössler
81 The Australian experience of deinstitutionalization: interaction of Australian culture with the development and
reform of its mental health services
A. Rosen
90 Evaluating a community-based mental health service focusing on severe mental illness. The Verona experience
M. Tansella, F. Amaddeo, L. Burti, A. Lasalvia, M. Ruggeri
95 Social psychiatry and public mental health: present situation and future objectives Time for rethinking and
renaissance?
W. Rutz
101 The chronic psychiatric patient: problems, promises and perspectives, past, present and future
J. A. Talbott
109 Who decides what evidence is? Developing a multiple perspectives paradigm in mental health
D. Rose, G. Thornicroft, M. Slade
115 Needs of people with severe mental illness
D. Wiersma
Acta psychiatrica scandinavica, n 3, vol 113, 2006
Editorial
161 Attitudes towards medication in patients with schizophrenia
Alex Hofer, W. Wolfgang Fleischhacker
Review Articles
163 Public beliefs about and attitudes towards people with mental illness: a review of population studies
M. C. Angermeyer, S. Dietrich
180 Personality traits as correlates of suicidal ideation, suicide attempts, and suicide completions: a systematic review
J. Brezo, J. Paris, G. Turecki
Original Articles
207 Attitude towards antipsychotics among out-patients with schizophrenia in Nigeria
A. O. Adewuya, B. A. Ola, S. K. Mosaku, F. O. Fatoye, A. B. Eegunranti
212 The prescription of psychotropic drugs in psychiatric residential facilities: a national survey in Italy
R. Tomasi, G. de Girolamo, G. Santone, A. Picardi, R. Micciolo, D. Semisa, S. Fava, the PROGRES Group
224 Nurses' short-term prediction of violence in acute psychiatric intensive care
A. Björkdahl, D. Olsson, T. Palmstierna
Brief Communications
230 Is paternal postpartum depression associated with maternal postpartum depression? Population-based study in
Brazil
R. T. Pinheiro, P. V. S. Magalhães, B. L. Horta, K. A. T. Pinheiro, R. A. da Silva, R. H. Pinto
233 Dimensional characteristics of DSM-IV personality disorders in a large epidemiological sample
P. Moran, C. Coffey, A. Mann, J. B. Carlin, G. C. Patton
Letters to the Editor
237 Suicide with hostile intent in the Bible Antonio Preti
237 Hostile traits in Bible suicides? Horst J. Koch
238 Child abuse and psychosis C. Morgan, H. Fisher, P. Fearon
238 Reply J. Read, J. van Os, A. P. Morrison
Acta psychiatrica scandinavica, n 4, vol 113, 2006
Editorials
241 The relation of stress and psychiatric illnesses to coronary heart disease
W. Victor, R. Vieweg, Anand K. Pandurangi
245 Smoldering systemic inflammation: a link between schizophrenia, smoking and obesity
Dan Justo
Review Articles
247 Prospective investigations of the prodromal state of schizophrenia: review of studies
K. A. Olsen, B. Rosenbaum
273 Prospective investigations of the prodromal state of schizophrenia: assessment instruments
K. A. Olsen, B. Rosenbaum
Original articles
283 Alcohol abuse partly mediates the association between coronary heart disease and affective or psychotic disorders:
a follow-up study in Sweden
K. Sundquist, X. Li
290 Depression assessed over 1-year survival in patients with myocardial infarction
C. Sørensen, A. Brandes, O. Hendricks, J. Thrane, E. Friis-Hasché, T. Haghfelt, P. Bech
298 The cardiovascular and respiratory health of people with schizophrenia
R. Filik, A. Sipos, P. G. Kehoe, T. Burns, S. J. Cooper, H. Stevens, R. Laugharne, G. Young, S. Perrington, J.
McKendrick, D. Stephenson, G. Harrison
306 Obesity among individuals with serious mental illness
F. B. Dickerson, C. H. Brown, J. A. Kreyenbuhl, L. Fang, R. W. Goldberg, K. Wohlheiter, L. B. Dixon
314 Association analyses of the neuregulin 1 gene with schizophrenia and manic psychosis in a Hispanic population
C. Walss-Bass, H. Raventos, A. P. Montero, R. Armas, A. Dassori, S. Contreras, W. Liu, R. Medina, D. F. Levinson,
M. Pereira, R. J. Leach, L. Almasy, M. A. Escamilla
322 Positive symptoms and duration of illness predict functional laterality and attention modulation in schizophrenia
E.-M. Løberg, H. A. Jørgensen, M. F. Green, B. R. Rund, A. Lund, Å. Diseth, M. Øie, K. Hugdahl
332 Treatment delay and response rate in first episode psychosis
A. Wunderink, F. J. Nienhuis, S. Sytema, D. Wiersma
340 Pattern of health service utilization and predictors of readmission after a first admission for psychosis: a 2-year
follow-up study
A. Cougnard, M. Parrot, S. Grolleau, E. Kalmi, A. Desage, D. Misdrahi, H. Brun-Rousseau, H. Verdoux
350 Neuropsychological test profiles in schizophrenia and non-psychotic depression
B. R. Rund, K. Sundet, A. Asbjørnsen, J. Egeland, N. I. Landrø, A. Lund, A. Roness, K. I. Stordal, K. Hugdahl
Case report
360 Post-traumatic stress disorder and amygdala-hippocampectomy
P. Adami, P. König, Z. Vetter, A. Hausmann, A. Conca
Invited comment
363 Ida Hageman
366 Modelling and managing the depressive disorders. A clinical guide Andre T. Tylee
366 Psychogeriatric service delivery – an international perspective A. Yannakopoulos Salili
Acta psychiatrica scandinavica, n 5, vol 113, 2006
Editorial
369 Do schizoaffective disorders exist at all?
Wolfgang Maier
Review Articles
372 Prevalence and predictors of depression in populations of elderly: a review
J. K. Djernes
388 The state of mental health in old-age across the 'old' European Union – a systematic review
S. G. Riedel-Heller, A. Busse, M. C. Angermeyer
Original Articles
402 Schizoaffective disorder – the reliability of its clinical diagnostic use
A. Vollmer-Larsen, T. B. Jacobsen, R. Hemmingsen, J. Parnas
408 Cognitive behaviour therapy and medication in the treatment of obsessive–compulsive disorder
K. P. O'Connor, F. Aardema, S. Robillard, S. Guay, M.-C. Pélissier, C. Todorov, F. Borgeat, V. Leblanc, S. Grenier, P.
Doucet
420 Altered neural circuit for working memory before and after symptom provocation in patients with obsessive–
compulsive disorder
Y.-W. Shin, J. S. Kwon, J.-J. Kim, D.-H. Kang, T. Youn, K. W. Kang, E. Kang, D. S. Lee, M. C. Lee
430 Hierarchical relationships between borderline, schizotypal, avoidant and obsessive–compulsive personality
disorders
C. J. Hopwood, L. C. Morey, J. G. Gunderson, A. E. Skodol, M. Tracie Shea, C. M. Grilo, T. H. McGlashan
440 Symptom dimensions in obsessive–compulsive disorder: prediction of cognitive-behavior therapy outcome
M. Rufer, S. Fricke, S. Moritz, M. Kloss, I. Hand
Book Reviews
447 Neurological disorders in famous artists Povl Munk-Jørgensen
447 Evolution and posttraumatic stress. Disorders of vigilance and defence Povl Munk-Jørgensen
Acta psychiatrica scandinavica, n 5, suppl 430, vol 113, 2006
Preface
3 Preface Ashok Malla, Ross Norman
Original articles
4 The Canadian National Outcomes Measurement Study in Schizophrenia: overview of the patient sample and
methodology
G. Smith, A. Malla, R. Williams, L Kopala, L. Love, R. Balshaw
12 Medication decisions and clinical outcomes in the Canadian National Outcomes Measurement Study in
Schizophrenia
R. Williams, L. Kopala, A. Malla, G. Smith, L. Love, R. Balshaw
22 Outcome on quality of life in a Canadian national sample of patients with schizophrenia and related psychotic
disorders
A. Malla, R. Williams, L. Kopala, G. Smith, D. Talling, R. Balshaw
29 Resource utilization in a Canadian national study of people with schizophrenia and related psychotic disorders
L. Kopala, G. Smith, A. Malla, R. Williams, L. Love, D. Talling, R. Balshaw
Acta psychiatrica scandinavica, n 6, vol 113, 2006
Editorial
449 Mild depression in general practice: is the automatism of antidepressant prescribing an evidence-based approach?
Corrado Barbui, Silvio Garattini
Review article
452 Self-help treatments for disorders of recurrent binge eating: a systematic review
S. C. Stefano, J. Bacaltchuk, S. L. Blay, P. Hay
Original articles
460 Antidepressants: general practitioners' opinions and clinical practice
S. Rambelomanana, F. Depont, K. Forest, G. Hébert, S. Blazejewski, A. Fourrier-Réglat, M. Molimard, N. Moore
468 Stepped care vs. matched care for mood and anxiety disorders: a randomized trial in routine practice
A. van Straten, B. Tiemens, L. Hakkaart, W. A. Nolen, M. C. H. Donker
477 Mental distress in the Danish general population
L. R. Olsen, E. L. Mortensen, P. Bech
485 Validity of HoNOS in identifying frequently hospitalized patients with ICD-10 mental disorders
P. Bech, J. Bille, S. Waarst, M. Wiese, L. Borberg, P. Treufeldt, L. Kessing
492 Functional disability of mental disorders and comparison with physical disorders: a study among the general
population of six European countries
M. A. Buist-Bouwman, R. De Graaf, W. A. M. Vollebergh, J. Alonso, R. Bruffaerts, J. Ormel, the ESEMeD/MHEDEA
2000 investigators
501 Outcomes in adulthood for children with foetal growth retardation. A linkage study from the Nord-Trøndelag
Health Study (HUNT) and the Medical Birth Registry of Norway
J. Ø. Berle, A. Mykletun, A. K. Daltveit, S. Rasmussen, A. A. Dahl
510 Seasonal changes in clinical status in bipolar disorder: a prospective study in 1000 STEP-BD patients
E. Friedman, L. Gyulai, M. Bhargava, M. Landen, S. Wisniewski, J. Foris, M. Ostacher, R. Medina, M. Thase
Book reviews
518 Treating and preventing adolescent mental health disorders. What we know and what we don't know Judith B.
Nissen
518 New thinking about mental health and employment Povl Munk-Jørgensen
Acta psychiatrica scandinavica, n 1 vol 114, 2006
Editorial
1 Risperidone long-acting injection in practice – more questions than answers?
David Taylor
Review article
3 Does antipsychotic withdrawal provoke psychosis? Review of the literature on rapid onset psychosis (supersensitivity
psychosis) and withdrawal-related relapse
J. Moncrieff
Original articles
14 Health resource utilization associated with switching to risperidone long-acting injection
C. L. Young, D. M. Taylor
21 Serum concentrations of risperidone and 9-OH risperidone following intramuscular injection of long-acting
risperidone compared with oral risperidone medication
R. Nesvåg, M. Hendset, H. Refsum, L. Tanum
27 Differences in resting energy expenditure and body composition between patients with schizophrenia and healthy
controls
B. M. Nilsson, A. H. Forslund, R. M. Olsson, L. Hambraeus, F.-A. Wiesel
36 The incidence and prevalence of schizophrenia varies with latitude
S. Saha, D.C. Chant, J.L. Welham, J.J. McGrath
40 Prevalence of Toxoplasma infection in first-episode schizophrenia and comparison between Toxoplasmaseropositive and Toxoplasma-seronegative schizophrenia
H.-L. Wang, G.-H. Wang, Q.-Y. Li, C. Shu, M.-S. Jiang, Y. Guo
49 Height, weight and body mass index in early adulthood and risk of schizophrenia
H. J. Sørensen, E. L. Mortensen, J. M. Reinisch, S. A. Mednick
55 Validity and reliability of the CAPE: a self-report instrument for the measurement of psychotic experiences in the
general population
M. Konings, M. Bak, M. Hanssen, J. van Os, L. Krabbendam
Case report
62 Complex visual hallucination and mirror sign in posterior cortical atrophy
T. Yoshida, N. Yuki, M. Nakagawa
Invited comment
65 Atypical posterior cortical atrophy: a diagnostic and treatment dilemma Peter Williamson
Letters to the editor
67 Obsessive–compulsive symptoms in adults with rheumatic fever P. G. Alvarenga, A. G. Hounie, A. C. Floresi, K.
Petribú, E. C. Miguel
67 Reply Fernando R. Asbahr, Renato T. Ramos, André N. Costa, Roberto B. Sassi
68 Eleven-year clinical outcome of schizophrenia in Bali Stefan Leucht
68 Reply Toshiyuki Kurihara, Motoichiro Kato
Book reviews
70 Schizophrenia – a practical primer Jimmi Nielsen
70 Measuring the mind. Conceptual issues in contemporary psychometrics Per Bech
Acta psychiatrica scandinavica, n 1, suppl 431 vol 114, 2006
ISPS Madrid 2006
1 ISPS Madrid 2006 Manuel González de Chávez
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Adolescence, no 51, tomo 23 (no 1), 2005
SOLITUDE DESOLATION
Philippe Gutton Solitude-désolation
Monique Schneider Retour au père et déni du féminin
Yvon Brès Solitude : bouderie
Myriam Boubli Identité adhésive
Dominique Agostini “ Capacité d’être seul ”, “ Se sentir seul ”
Gérard Pirlot “ Solus Ipse ”
Éric Bidaud “ La scène pornographique ”
André Brousselle Masochisme masculin, masochisme féminin
Antoine Masson Du saisissement aveugle à la vision subjective
Michel Delage Échec à l’autonomisation
Françoise Fericelli-Broun Suicide et éthique
Guy Scharmann “ Les balafrés du divan ”
Sophie Turcat “ La mauvaise éducation ” du père
Jean-Yves Le Fourn Un manque de père chez Rimbaud
Dominique Agostini III. Le cas “ Willy ”
Adolescence, no 52, tomo 23 (no 2), 2005
CORPS ET AME
Psychose pubertaire
MARCELLI DANIEL Psychose a l'adolescence
BOURCET STEPHANE Psychose aiguë, schizophrenie debutante et adolescence
MELO IGNACIO Notes sur l'hallucinatoire
CHEKROUN LAURENCE L'evolution d'une adolescente psychotique en psychotherapie
RICHARD FRANÇOIS Travail de representation et processus psychotique
MONNIELLO GIANLUIGI Actions therapeutiques en psychotherapie d'adolescents
EDAN ANNE, GASSER SOPHIE, FROBERT L.AURENT Angélique et les trois ours
CATHELINE NICOLE Puberté et fonctionnement psychotique : une confusion in tergénérationnelle
VODICKOVA PAULA Autismes et pubertaire
WENGER STEPHAN D'une mise au « monde « du psychotique
CHALTIEL PATRICK Familles et psychiatrie : comment reduire les malentendus
SCOTTO DI VETTIMO DELPHINE, MIOLLAN CLAUDE. Entre honte et psychose : reflexion sur un savoir
suppose
Séminaire de françois ladame
EGLE LAUFER MOSES Le corps comme objet interne
SCHMID-KITSIKIS ELSA. Corps et psyche : théorisation
NIGOLIAN IRENE Adolescence et psychosomatique
CHARPINE PISCAGLIA ISABELLE, BIÉLER LORAINE. Du corps a la psyche : therapie groupale corporelle avec
des adolescents hospitalises
GIDDEY CHANTAL, LOPEZ SANDRA Se prendre au jeu, se prendre au corps
PISCAGLIA ISABELLE, DOMON LIONEL, FISCHER MICHAL Traitement par packs d'une adolescente
PERRET-CATIPOVIC MAYA Blessures auto-infligees a l'adolescence : un survol de la litterature
BRETON DAVID La part du feu : anthropologie des entames corporelles
GUTTON PHILIPPE Le phare
AGOSTINI DOMINIQUE Melanie Klein analyste d'adolescents : IV. Le cas « Fabien Especel »
Adolescence, no 53, tomo 23 (no 3), 2005
METTRE EN SCENE
GUTTON PHILIPPE. Spectacle
HOCHMANN JACQUES Des adolescents, une exposition, une ferme
les masques
BONNET GERARD. Symptome et conversion
CHAGNON JEAN-YVES. Feminite entre latence et adolescence
BRUSSET BERNARD La figure de l'anorexique dans l'adolescence
LE BRETON DAVID La scene adolescente : les signes d'identite
TISSERON SERGE Nouvelles familles et nouvelles images : les habits neufs du narcissisme
LEBRUN CAROLINE Fonctions metaphorique et metonymique du vetement
DARCQ NOËLLA, GOMEZ-LARENAS MIGUEL Le contre-transfert devant un corps expose
la fête
DOUVILLE OLIVIER Fetes et contextes anthropologiques
BOLOGNINI STEFANO Punkabbestia
NOUHET JOËLLE Mangamania et cosplay
EIGUER ALBERTO Pourquoi les adolescents n'aiment pas les fetes de famille ?
ARENES JACQUES Fete et religion : un espace de subjectivation
CHAPELIER JEAN-BERNARD. La grande illusion « : fete et processus groupaux »
MEDICO DENISE, JOSY LEVY JOSEPH. Le premier baiser
la gestuelle
CAMPBELL DONAIDL.. L'etat pre-suicidaire chez une adolescente
HAZA MARION, KELLER PASCAL-HENRI Scarifications chez l'adolescent suicidaire : une tentative pour penser ?
THERIAULT JOCELYNE La douleur physique du marquage corporel
GARCEAU-BRODEUR MARIE-HELENE, FERNET MYLENE, JOSEPH JOSY LEVY, MASSIE L.YNE, MORIN
G.UYLAINE, OTIS JOANNE, SAMSON JOHANNE, LAPOINTE NORMAND, THERIAULT JOCELYNE,
TROTTIER GERMAIN À propos duVIH/sida a l'adolescence
LEFEVERE FRÉDÉRIC, ROCHET THIERRY Entre jeu et reve, la prise en charge d'adolescents en balneotherapie
PIESEN INGRID. Le rituel techno
MASSON ANTOINE, HEINIS MICHEL, DE FOY TANGUY, MENTEN RRAPHAËLLE, MERTENS GUY.
Passado : une proposition d'espaces et passages pour l'adolescence
Adolescence, no 54, tomo 23 (no 4), 2005
ENFERMEMENT
DUEZ BERNARD. L'enfermement et les issues de l'indecidabilite
DUVERGER PHILIPPE, MALKA JEAN., PETROVIC BENJAMIN. L'enfermement chez l'adolescent
BOURQUIN JACQUE. Une histoire qui se repete. Les centres fermes pour mineurs delinquants
BORDET JŒLLE La cite, lieu de refuge, un risque de fixation
GUTTON PHILIPPE L'insularite
la prison des mineurs
HIBON ANTOINE Pour une pedopsychiatrie d'inspiration analytique aupres des adolescents incarceres
DUPUY JAN.-MARC L'intervention de l'educateur P.J.J. de milieu ouvert aupres du mineur incarcere
PERMINGEAT JEAN.-MICHEL La detention dans l'ordonnance du 2 fevrier 1945 : philosophie et pratique
SIRET REMY Être femme en prison... ?
GIMENEZ CAROLINE, BLATIER CATHERINE, PAULICAND MARTINE, PEZ ONDINE Delinquance des filles
WIEDER CATHERINE Écrire en prison
BESSOLES PHILIPPE Le crime adolescent. Criminogenese et processus adolescens
AGOSTINI DOMINIQUE Melanie klein analyste d'adolescents : V. Quelques conclusions
Adolescence, no 55, tomo 24 (no 1), 2006
PARENTALITE
GUTTON PHILIPPE PARENTALITE
BYDLOWSKI MONIQUE PARENTE MATERNELLE ET PARENTE PATERNELLE
RICHARD FRANÇOIS LA PARENTALITE, UNE NOTION A DISCUTER
BOUBLI MYRIAM, EFRAT-BOUBLI BRIGITTE LA PARENTALITE : UN PROCESSUS, HORS CONFUSION
DES LANGUES, FAVORISANT LA CROISSANCE PSYCHIQUE
JEAMMET PHILIPPE REFLEXIONS SUR LA PARENTALITE
HURSTEL FRANÇOISE " L'ANNONCE FAITE AU MARI " OU LES TROIS TEMPS DU " DEVENIR PERE "
BOUTINAUD JEROME PARENTALITE ET GROUPE DE PAROLE
LEVY-SOUSSAN PIERRE LA FILIATION A L'EPREUVE DE L'ADOLESCENCE
PRATI BRIGITTE LES ADOLESCENTS ADOPTES SONT-ILS PLUS A RISQUE DE SUICIDE QUE LEURS
PAIRS NON ADOPTES ?
DELAGE MICHEL, PETITJEAN MARYSE, DELAHAYE ALINE, BRUNO JEAN-LUC QUAND
L'ADOLESCENT VIENT INTERROGER LA PARENTALITE DANS UNE FAMILLE RECOMPOSEE
MELO IGNACIO ADOLESCENTES ENCEINTES
KONICHECKIS ALBERTO GROSSESSE A L'ADOLESCENCE, AIRE DU CULTUREL ET TISSAGE DES
LIENS PRECOCES
MYTNIK BRIGITTE LE FANTASME DE MAGMAMATRICE
CAUVIN PATRICK, BERARD SYLVIE, ALLARI ELYANE LE BEBE DE L'ADOLESCENTE. UN " OBJET DE
TRANSITION " POUR SA MERE
MISSONNIER SYLVAIN PARENTALITE PRENATALE, INCERTITUDE ET ANTICIPATION
LE VAN CHARLOTTE LA GROSSESSE A L'ADOLESCENCE : UN ACTE SOCIALEMENT DEVIANT ?
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Adultità, no 20, 2004
Metodi per la formazione
Una guida completa alle metodologie formative, che pone in rilievo quanto di originale e innovativo è stato elaborato in
questo campo negli ultimi anni. Dallo story telling al teatro di formazione, dall’uso della metafora al gioco,
dall’autoapprendimento alla rete, dalle comunità di pratica alla tutorship, dal metodo autobiografico al social dreaming,
un’indispensabile rassegna di quanto costituisce l’arte della formazione.
Saggi di: Duccio Demetrio, Dante Bellamio, Giuseppe Varchetta, Alberto Munari, Enzo Spaltro, Giovanni Moretti,
Donata Fabbri, Michael Colgrass, Maria Grazia Riva, Domenico Lipari, Claudia Piccardo, Filippo Pellicoro, Carmela
Covato, Chiara Ghislieri, Lorenzo Tesio, Andrea Fontana, Elisabetta Biffi, Pier Luigi Amietta, Franco Angeli, Enrico
Auteri, Roberto Barabino, Massimo Bruscaglioni, Piersergio Caltabiano, Gianfranco Gambigliani Zoccoli, Micaela
Castiglioni
Adultità, no 21, 2005
Scritture d'amore
Di che cosa si scrive, quando si scrive d'amore? Di molti soggetti e oggetti diversi, come sono diverse le sensibilità, i
contesti, i modi di scrivere e di amare. Saggi di Barbara Mapelli, Silvia Vegetti Finzi, Vanna Iori, Maria Grazia Riva,
Carmela Covato, Alberto Bellocchio, Paolo Jedlowski, Lea Melandri, Stefano Ciccone.
Adultità, no 22, 2005
Sacro e profano
Interrogarsi sul perché della fede, del dubbio, del non credere è una delle condizioni dell'essere adulto: non negare la
possibilità che il sacro irrompa nella nostra vita, ma al tempo stesso essere consapevoli del "coraggio" dell'ateismo.
Saggi di Duccio Demetrio, Fulvio Papi, Salvatore Natoli, Ivano Gamelli, Romano Màdera, Enzo Bianchi, Yahya Sergio
Yahe Pallavicini, Laura Formenti, Piero Coda, Fulvio Carmagnola, Telmo Pievani, Margherita Hack, Barbara Mapelli,
Mariangela Giusti.
Adultità, no 23, 2006
Sogni
Il sogno come forma di autoconoscenza e strumento di formazione. Saggi di Duccio Demetrio, Andrea Fontana, Mauro
Mancia, Giam Piero Quaglino, Paolo Mottana, Sergio Tramma, Emanuela Mancino, Emanuele Ferrari, Antonia De
Vita, Micaela Castiglioni, Gabriella Mariotti.
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American journal of psychiatry, n 1, vol 162, 2005
Editorials: Jan Fawcett What Do We Know for Sure About Bipolar Disorder? 1-2
Reviews and Overviews:
Kenneth S. Kendler Psychiatric Genetics: A Methodologic Critique 3-11
Elizabeth Cantor-Graae and Jean-Paul Selten Schizophrenia and Migration: A Meta-Analysis and Review 12-24
Images in Neuroscience: Carol A. Tamminga The Hippocampus 25
Introspections: Ronald Ruskin The Confession 26-27
Clinical Case Conference:
Larry E. Davis, Mark W. Becher, Wieslawa Tlomak, Blaine E. Benson, Roland R. Lee, and Ellen C. Fisher
Persistent Choreoathetosis in a Fatal Olanzapine Overdose: Drug Kinetics, Neuroimaging, and Neuropathology 28-33
Images in Psychiatry:
Emily W. Kelly and Carlos S. Alvarado Frederic William Henry Myers, 1843–1901 34
New Research
Elaine Green, Gareth Elvidge, Nick Jacobsen, Beate Glaser, Ian Jones, Michael C. O’Donovan, George Kirov, Michael
J. Owen, and Nick Craddock
Localization of Bipolar Susceptibility Locus by Molecular Genetic Analysis of the Chromosome 12q23-q24 Region in
Two Pedigrees With Bipolar Disorder and Darier’s Disease 35-42
Ann Olincy and Laura Martin
Diminished Suppression of the P50 Auditory Evoked Potential in Bipolar Disorder Subjects With a History of
Psychosis 43-49
Allison G. Harvey, D. Anne Schmidt, Antonina Scarnà, Christina Neitzert Semler, and Guy M. Goodwin
Sleep-Related Functioning in Euthymic Patients With Bipolar Disorder, Patients With Insomnia, and Subjects Without
Sleep Problems 50-57
Russell E. Scheffer, Robert A. Kowatch, Thomas Carmody, and A. John Rush
Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Mixed Amphetamine Salts for Symptoms of Comorbid ADHD in Pediatric
Bipolar Disorder After Mood Stabilization With Divalproex Sodium 58-64
Laura C. Wiegand, Simon K. Warfield, James J. Levitt, Yoshio Hirayasu, Dean F. Salisbury, Stephan Heckers, Sylvain
Bouix, Daniel Schwartz, Magdalena Spencer, Chandlee C. Dickey, Ron Kikinis, Ferenc A. Jolesz, Robert W.
McCarley, and Martha E. Shenton
An In Vivo MRI Study of Prefrontal Cortical Complexity in First-Episode Psychosis 65-70
Warrick J. Brewer, Shona M. Francey, Stephen J. Wood, Henry J. Jackson, Christos Pantelis, Lisa J. Phillips, Alison R.
Yung, Vicki A. Anderson, and Patrick D. McGorry
Memory Impairments Identified in People at Ultra-High Risk for Psychosis Who Later Develop First-Episode
Psychosis 71-78
Assen V. Jablensky, Vera Morgan, Stephen R. Zubrick, Carol Bower, and Li-Anne Yellachich
Pregnancy, Delivery, and Neonatal Complications in a Population Cohort of Women With Schizophrenia and Major
Affective Disorders 79-91
Fabien Trémeau, Dolores Malaspina, Fabrice Duval, Humberto Corrêa, Michaela Hager-Budny, Laura Coin-Bariou,
Jean-Paul Macher, and Jack M. Gorman
Facial Expressiveness in Patients With Schizophrenia Compared to Depressed Patients and Nonpatient Comparison
Subjects 92-101
Matcheri S. Keshavan, Harpreet S. Duggal, Gautami Veeragandham, Nancy M. McLaughlin, Debra M. Montrose,
Gretchen L. Haas, and Nina R. Schooler
Personality Dimensions in First-Episode Psychoses 102-109
Philip D. Harvey, Barton W. Palmer, Robert K. Heaton, Somaia Mohamed, John Kennedy, and Adam Brickman
Stability of Cognitive Performance in Older Patients With Schizophrenia: An 8-Week Test-Retest Study 110-117
Karen A. Graham, Diana O. Perkins, Lloyd J. Edwards, Robert C. Barrier, Jr., Jeffrey A. Lieberman, and Joyce B. Harp
Effect of Olanzapine on Body Composition and Energy Expenditure in Adults With First-Episode Psychosis 118-123
Robert W. Buchanan, M. Patricia Ball, Elaine Weiner, Brian Kirkpatrick, James M. Gold, Robert P. McMahon, and
William T. Carpenter, Jr.
Olanzapine Treatment of Residual Positive and Negative Symptoms 124-129
Richard C. Josiassen, Ashok Joseph, Eva Kohegyi, Sudhir Stokes, Mahmood Dadvand, Wynn Wynn Paing, and Rita A.
Shaughnessy
Clozapine Augmented With Risperidone in the Treatment of Schizophrenia: A Randomized, Double-Blind, PlaceboControlled Trial 130-136
Eric Hollander, Stefano Pallanti, Andrea Allen, Erica Sood, and Nicolo Baldini Rossi
Does Sustained-Release Lithium Reduce Impulsive Gambling and Affective Instability Versus Placebo in Pathological
Gamblers With Bipolar Spectrum Disorders? 137-145
Eric J. Lenze, Benoit H. Mulsant, M. Katherine Shear, Mary Amanda Dew, Mark D. Miller, Bruce G. Pollock, Patricia
Houck, Barbara Tracey, and Charles F. Reynolds, III
Efficacy and Tolerability of Citalopram in the Treatment of Late-Life Anxiety Disorders: Results From an 8-Week
Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial 146-150
Edna B. Foa, Michael R. Liebowitz, Michael J. Kozak, Sharon Davies, Rafael Campeas, Martin E. Franklin, Jonathan
D. Huppert, Kevin Kjernisted, Vivienne Rowan, Andrew B. Schmidt, H. Blair Simpson, and Xin Tu
Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Exposure and Ritual Prevention, Clomipramine, and Their Combination in
the Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 151-161
Martina Hummer, Peter Malik, Rudolf W. Gasser, Alex Hofer, Georg Kemmler, Roy Cesar Moncayo Naveda, Maria
A. Rettenbacher, and W. Wolfgang Fleischhacker
Osteoporosis in Patients With Schizophrenia 162-167
Kai G. Kahl, Sebastian Rudolf, Beate M. Stoeckelhuber, Leif Dibbelt, Hans-Björn Gehl, Kerstin Markhof, Fritz
Hohagen, and Ulrich Schweiger
Bone Mineral Density, Markers of Bone Turnover, and Cytokines in Young Women With Borderline Personality
Disorder With and Without Comorbid Major Depressive Disorder 168-174
Brief Reports:
Alan J. Thomas, Sue Davis, Christopher Morris, Elizabeth Jackson, Richard Harrison, and John T. O’Brien
Increase in Interleukin-1ß in Late-Life Depression 175-177
Max L. Stek, David J. Vinkers, Jacobijn Gussekloo, Aartjan T.F. Beekman, Roos C. van der Mast, and Rudi G.J.
Westendorp
Is Depression in Old Age Fatal Only When People Feel Lonely? 178-180
Kathryn L. Bleiberg and John C. Markowitz
A Pilot Study of Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder 181-183
Jo Anne Sirey, Martha L. Bruce, and George S. Alexopoulos
The Treatment Initiation Program: An Intervention to Improve Depression Outcomes in Older Adults 184-186
Donna A. Wirshing, Mark J. Sergi, and Jim Mintz
A Videotape Intervention to Enhance the Informed Consent Process for Medical and Psychiatric Treatment Research
186-188
Margaret Maglione, Karen Miotto, Martin Iguchi, Lara Jungvig, Sally C. Morton, and Paul G. Shekelle
Psychiatric Effects of Ephedra Use: An Analysis of Food and Drug Administration Reports of Adverse Events 189-191
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
MARK S. BAUER Fatal Hepatic Failure and Valproate 192
LAURENT HOLZER, GINA PAIVA, and OLIVIER HALFON Quetiapine-Induced Weight Gain and Escitalopram
192-193
RENÉ BENADHIRA, GHASSEN SABA, AMER SAMAAN, GILLES DUMORTIER, HÉLOISE LIPSKI, DEPHINE
GASTAL, KHALID KALALOU, CLAIRE-MARIE VERDON, and DOMINIQUE JANUEL Transcranial Magnetic
Stimulation for Refractory Depression 193
TETSUYA SATO, RONALD BOTTLENDER, MARCUS SIEVERS, and HANS-JÜRGEN MÖLLER Evidence of
Depressive Mixed States 193-194
MARIO MAJ, RAFFAELE PIROZZI, LORENZA MAGLIANO, and LUCA BARTOLI Dr. Maj and Colleagues Reply
194
JEFFREY M. LYNESS, JAN A. MOYNIHAN, and ERIC D. CAINE Inflammatory Markers, Depression, and Cardiac
Disease 195
FRANÇOIS LESPÉRANCE, NANCY FRASURE-SMITH, and MICHAEL IRWIN Dr. Lespérance and Colleagues
Reply 195
JOHN M. FRIEDBERG Astrocytic Activation as Evidence for Brain Damage 195-196
ANDREW J. DWORK, VICTORIA ARANGO, MARK UNDERWOOD, BORO ILIEVSKI, GORAZD ROSOKLIJA,
HAROLD A. SACKEIM, and SARAH H. LISANBY Dr. Dwork and Colleagues Reply 196
Book Forum:
ERIC ARZUBI and ANDRÉS MARTIN Overcoming Dyslexia: A New and Complete Science-Based Program for
Reading Problems at Any Level 197
LAWRENCE HARTMANN Serious Emotional Disturbance in Children and Adolescents: Multisystemic Therapy 198199
RICHARD B. MAKOVER The Generative Society: Caring for Future Generations 199
ROBERT HOWARD Vascular Cognitive Impairment: Preventable Dementia 199-200
PEDRO RUIZ Fear and Anxiety: The Benefits of Translational Research 200
JAMES W. JEFFERSON Clinical Manual of Anxiety Disorders 200-201
RICHARD BALON The Biology of Gambling 201
JOSHUA BERNARD GROSSMAN Demystifying Anorexia Nervosa: An Optimistic Guide to Understanding and
Healing 202
RICHARD D. CHESSICK Commitment and Compassion in Psychoanalysis: Selected Papers of Edward M. Weinshel
202-203
EDWARD SHORTER Clinical Psychiatry in Imperial Germany: A History of Psychiatric Practice 203-204
American journal of psychiatry, n 2, vol 162, 2005
Editorials:
NCA Vulnerability to Mental Illnesses: Gender Makes a Difference, and So Does Providing Good Psychiatric Care
211-213
Reviews and Overviews:
Rebekah Bradley, Jamelle Greene, Eric Russ, Lissa Dutra, and Drew Westen A Multidimensional Meta-Analysis of
Psychotherapy for PTSD 214-227
David Mataix-Cols, Maria Conceição do Rosario-Campos, and James F. Leckman A Multidimensional Model of
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 228-238
Images in Neuroscience: John E. Lisman Hippocampus, II: Memory Connections 239
Introspections: Neal A. Kline In the Tall Grass 240-241
Clinical Case Conference:
Ariel S. Frey, Milissa McKee, Robert A. King, and Andrés Martin Hair Apparent: Rapunzel Syndrome 242-248
Images in Psychiatry:
Fred R. Volkmar Charles Darwin (1809–1882) 249
New Research
Kenneth S. Kendler, John Myers, and Carol A. Prescott
Sex Differences in the Relationship Between Social Support and Risk for Major Depression: A Longitudinal Study of
Opposite-Sex Twin Pairs 250-256
Noel Kennedy, Jane Boydell, Sri Kalidindi, Paul Fearon, Peter B. Jones, Jim van Os, and Robin M. Murray
Gender Differences in Incidence and Age at Onset of Mania and Bipolar Disorder Over a 35-Year Period in
Camberwell, England 257-262
Chi-Fu Jeffrey Yang, Peter Gray, and Harrison G. Pope, Jr.
Male Body Image in Taiwan Versus the West: Yanggang Zhiqi Meets the Adonis Complex 263-269
Seth R. Axelrod, C. Andrew Morgan, III, and Steven M. Southwick
Symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder in Veterans of Operation Desert Storm
270-275
Danny Koren, Doron Norman, Ayala Cohen, Jason Berman, and Ehud M. Klein
Increased PTSD Risk With Combat-Related Injury: A Matched Comparison Study of Injured and Uninjured Soldiers
Experiencing the Same Combat Events 276-28
Rachel M. Guthrie and Richard A. Bryant
Auditory Startle Response in Firefighters Before and After Trauma Exposure 283-290
Daniel S. Pine, Karin Mogg, Brendan P. Bradley, LeeAnne Montgomery, Christopher S. Monk, Erin McClure,
Amanda E. Guyer, Monique Ernst, Dennis S. Charney, and Joan Kaufman
Attention Bias to Threat in Maltreated Children: Implications for Vulnerability to Stress-Related Psychopathology 291296
Jayne Cooper, Navneet Kapur, Roger Webb, Martin Lawlor, Else Guthrie, Kevin Mackway-Jones, and Louis Appleby
Suicide After Deliberate Self-Harm: A 4-Year Cohort Study 297-303
Fabrice Jollant, Frank Bellivier, Marion Leboyer, Bernard Astruc, Stéphane Torres, Régis Verdier, Didier Castelnau,
Alain Malafosse, and Philippe Courtet
Impaired Decision Making in Suicide Attempters 304-310
Rani A. Desai, David J. Dausey, and Robert A. Rosenheck
Mental Health Service Delivery and Suicide Risk: The Role of Individual Patient and Facility Factors 311-318
Steven J. Garlow, David Purselle, and Michael Heninger
Ethnic Differences in Patterns of Suicide Across the Life Cycle 319-323
Dominic H. Lam, Peter Hayward, Edward R. Watkins, Kim Wright, and Pak Sham
Relapse Prevention in Patients With Bipolar Disorder: Cognitive Therapy Outcome After 2 Years 324-329
Adel A. Wassef, Diane E. Winkler, Ann L. Roache, Vivian Boma Abobo, Lina M. Lopez, John P. Averill, Ayesha I.
Mian, and John E. Overall
Lower Effectiveness of Divalproex Versus Valproic Acid in a Prospective, Quasi-Experimental Clinical Trial Involving
9,260 Psychiatric Admissions 330-339
Richard S. Schottenfeld, Marek C. Chawarski, Juliana R. Pakes, Michael V. Pantalon, Kathleen M. Carroll, and
Thomas R. Kosten
Methadone Versus Buprenorphine With Contingency Management or Performance Feedback for Cocaine and Opioid
Dependence 340-349
Marc A. Schuckit, Tom L. Smith, George P. Danko, John Kramer, Jessica Godinez, Kathleen K. Bucholz, John I.
Nurnberger, Jr., and Victor Hesselbrock
Prospective Evaluation of the Four DSM-IV Criteria for Alcohol Abuse in a Large Population 350-360
Linda Chang, Thomas Ernst, Oliver Speck, and Charles S. Grob
Additive Effects of HIV and Chronic Methamphetamine Use on Brain Metabolite Abnormalities 361-369
David P. Folsom, William Hawthorne, Laurie Lindamer, Todd Gilmer, Anne Bailey, Shahrokh Golshan, Piedad
Garcia, Jürgen Unützer, Richard Hough, and Dilip V. Jeste
Prevalence and Risk Factors for Homelessness and Utilization of Mental Health Services Among 10,340 Patients With
Serious Mental Illness in a Large Public Mental Health System 370-376
Brief Reports:
Katharine A. Phillips
Placebo-Controlled Study of Pimozide Augmentation of Fluoxetine in Body Dysmorphic Disorder 377-379
Marian I. Butterfield, Karen M. Stechuchak, Kathryn M. Connor, Jonathan R.T. Davidson, Chungsheng Wang,
Courteney L. MacKuen, Anne M. Pearlstein, and Christine E. Marx
Neuroactive Steroids and Suicidality in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder 380-382
Omer Bonne, Earle Bain, Alexander Neumeister, Allison C. Nugent, Meena Vythilingam, Richard E. Carson, David A.
Luckenbaugh, William Eckelman, Peter Herscovitch, Wayne C. Drevets, and Dennis S. Charney
No Change in Serotonin Type 1A Receptor Binding in Patients With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder 383-385
Lawrence E. Adler, Ellen M. Cawthra, Kara A. Donovan, Josette G. Harris, Herbert T. Nagamoto, Ann Olincy, and
Merilyne C. Waldo
Improved P50 Auditory Gating With Ondansetron in Medicated Schizophrenia Patients 386-388
J. Alexander Bodkin, Samuel G. Siris, Paul C. Bermanzohn, John Hennen, and Jonathan O. Cole
Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Multicenter Trial of Selegiline Augmentation of Antipsychotic Medication to Treat
Negative Symptoms in Outpatients With Schizophrenia 388-390
Jason R. Tregellas, Jody L. Tanabe, Laura F. Martin, and Robert Freedman
fMRI of Response to Nicotine During a Smooth Pursuit Eye Movement Task in Schizophrenia 391-393
Laura M. Rowland, Juan R. Bustillo, Paul G. Mullins, Rex E. Jung, Rhoshel Lenroot, Elma Landgraf, Ranee Barrow,
Ronald Yeo, John Lauriello, and William M. Brooks
Effects of Ketamine on Anterior Cingulate Glutamate Metabolism in Healthy Humans: A 4-T Proton MRS Study 394396
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
DAVID ESPOSITO, EMMANUELLE CORRUBLE, PATRICK HARDY, and GUY CHOUINARD RisperidoneInduced Morning Pseudoneutropenia 397
HARPREET S. DUGGAL and JOSEPH KITHAS Possible Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome With Aripiprazole and
Fluoxetine 397-398
HARM J. GIJSMAN Mania After Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in PTSD 398
HAGIT COHEN, MICHAEL A. MATAR, ZEEV KAPLAN, and NIMROD GRISARU Dr. Cohen and Colleagues
Reply 398-400
MAURO V. MENDLOWICZ, RAPHAEL J. BRAGA, ROGÉRIO P. MARROCOS, and IVAN FIGUEIRA
Comorbidity and Disability in Outpatients With Schizophrenia 400
STEFANO PALLANTI, LEONARDO QUERCIOLI, and ERIC HOLLANDER Dr. Pallanti and Colleague Reply 400401
DARRYL WADE Cannabis Use and Schizophrenia 401
MARIE-ODILE KREBS, CELINE GOLDBERGER, and ALAIN DERVAUX Cannabis Use and Schizophrenia 401402
NATALIE D. VEEN, JEAN-PAUL SELTEN, and RENÉ S. KAHN Dr. Veen and Colleagues Reply 402
PIERRE ASTORG Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Depression 402
REETA HAKKARAINEN, TIMO PARTONEN, JARI HAUKKA, JARMO VIRTAMO, DEMETRIUS ALBANES,
and JOUKO LÖNNQVIST Dr. Hakkarainen and Colleagues Reply 402-403
MICHAEL H. ALLEN and CHERYL A. CHESSICK Instability of Symptoms in Recurrent Major Depression 403
MARIA A. OQUENDO, ANDRES BARRERA, STEVEN P. ELLIS, SHUHUA LI, AINSLEY K. BURKE, MICHAEL
GRUNEBAUM, JEAN ENDICOTT, and J. JOHN MANN Dr. Oquendo and Colleagues Reply 403-404
SUDEEP SARAF and PRABHA S. CHANDRA Tardive Dyskinesia and Second-Generation Antipsychotics 404-405
DAVID E. ROSS Tardive Dyskinesia and Second-Generation Antipsychotics 405
CHRISTOPH U. CORRELL, JOHN M. KANE, and STEFAN LEUCHT Dr. Correll and Colleagues Reply 405-406
Book Forum:
CHRIS FRITH The Quest for Consciousness: A Neurobiological Approach 407
JOEL YAGER Masters of the Mind: Exploring the Story of Mental Illness From Ancient Times to the New Millennium
407-408
DAVID V. FORREST Philosophy of the Brain: The Brain Problem 408-409
KATHRYN J. EDNIE Emotions and Life: Perspectives for Psychology, Biology, and Evolution 409
GAVIN P. REYNOLDS Developmental Psychobiology 409-410
NICHOLAS COLANGELO Genius Denied: How to Stop Wasting Our Brightest Young Minds 410-411
GEORGE E. VAILLANT Shared Beginnings, Divergent Lives: Delinquent Boys to Age 70 411
ROBERT STERN Treating Personality Disorders in Children and Adolescents: A Relational Approach 411-413
WILLIAM R. YATES Massachusetts General Hospital Guide to Primary Care Psychiatry, 2nd ed. 414
MARVIN W. ACKLIN Primary Care Psychology 414
LAURA L. POST Eating Disorders: WPA Series Evidence and Experience in Psychiatry, vol. 6 415
ROBERT O. PASNAU Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk: Guidelines for Clinically Based Risk Management 415
American journal of psychiatry, n 3, vol 162, 2005
Editorials:
Karl Friston Disconnection and Cognitive Dysmetria in Schizophrenia 429-432
Reviews and Overviews:
Kenneth S. Kendler Toward a Philosophical Structure for Psychiatry 433-440
Nancy C. Andreasen, William T. Carpenter, Jr., John M. Kane, Robert A. Lasser, Stephen R. Marder, and Daniel R.
Weinberger
Remission in Schizophrenia: Proposed Criteria and Rationale for Consensus 441-449
Images in Neuroscience:
Stephan Heckers and Francine Benes Hippocampus, III: GABA-Containing Cell Bodies and GAD mRNA 450
Introspections: Farrah J. Mateen The Physician’s Bias 451-452
Clinical Case Conference:
Stephanie M. Le Melle and Charles Entelis Heart Transplant in a Young Man With Schizophrenia 453-457
Images in Psychiatry: Ernest L. Abel Jacques Joseph Moreau (1804–1884) 458
New Research
Matthew B. Symond, Anthony W.F. Harris, Evian Gordon, and Leanne M. Williams
"Gamma Synchrony" in First-Episode Schizophrenia: A Disorder of Temporal Connectivity? 459-465
Sandrine Louchart-de la Chapelle, Irène Nkam, Emmanuelle Houy, Angélique Belmont, Jean-François Ménard, AnneClaire Roussignol, Ophélie Siwek, Mustapha Mezerai, Marion Guillermou, Gaël Fouldrin, Daniel Levillain, Sonia
Dollfus, Dominique Campion, and Florence Thibaut
A Concordance Study of Three Electrophysiological Measures in Schizophrenia 466-474
Angus W. MacDonald, III, Cameron S. Carter, John G. Kerns, Stefan Ursu, Deanna M. Barch, Avram J. Holmes, V.
Andrew Stenger, and Jonathan D. Cohen
Specificity of Prefrontal Dysfunction and Context Processing Deficits to Schizophrenia in Never-Medicated Patients
With First-Episode Psychosis 475-484
Cynthia H.Y. Fu, John Suckling, Steve C.R. Williams, Chris M. Andrew, Goparlen N. Vythelingum, and Philip K.
McGuire
Effects of Psychotic State and Task Demand on Prefrontal Function in Schizophrenia: An fMRI Study of Overt Verbal
Fluency 485-494
Peter Milev, Beng-Choon Ho, Stephan Arndt, and Nancy C. Andreasen
Predictive Values of Neurocognition and Negative Symptoms on Functional Outcome in Schizophrenia: A Longitudinal
First-Episode Study With 7-Year Follow-Up 495-506
Kristen J. Prentice, James M. Gold, and William T. Carpenter, Jr.
Optimistic Bias in the Perception of Personal Risk: Patterns in Schizophrenia 507-512
Robert S. Kern, Michael F. Green, Sharon Mitchell, Alex Kopelowicz, Jim Mintz, and Robert P. Liberman
Extensions of Errorless Learning for Social Problem-Solving Deficits in Schizophrenia 513-519
Eric Granholm, John R. McQuaid, Fauzia Simjee McClure, Lisa A. Auslander, Dimitri Perivoliotis, Paola Pedrelli,
Thomas Patterson, and Dilip V. Jeste
A Randomized, Controlled Trial of Cognitive Behavioral Social Skills Training for Middle-Aged and Older Outpatients
With Chronic Schizophrenia 520-529
Alexandra Roussos, Armen K. Goenjian, Alan M. Steinberg, Christina Sotiropoulou, Marina Kakaki, Christos
Kabakos, Stavroula Karagianni, and Vagelis Manouras
Posttraumatic Stress and Depressive Reactions Among Children and Adolescents After the 1999 Earthquake in Ano
Liosia, Greece 530-537
Vladislav Ruchkin, Mary Schwab-Stone, Stephanie Jones, Domenic V. Cicchetti, Roman Koposov, and Robert
Vermeiren
Is Posttraumatic Stress in Youth a Culture-Bound Phenomenon? A Comparison of Symptom Trends in Selected U.S.
and Russian Communities 538-544
Raija-Leena Punamäki, Ivan H. Komproe, Samir Qouta, Mustafa Elmasri, and Joop T.V.M. de Jong
The Role of Peritraumatic Dissociation and Gender in the Association Between Trauma and Mental Health in a
Palestinian Community Sample 545-551
Carol A. Stalker, Sally E. Palmer, David C. Wright, and Robert Gebotys
Specialized Inpatient Trauma Treatment for Adults Abused as Children: A Follow-Up Study 552-559
Maria Oquendo, David A. Brent, Boris Birmaher, Laurence Greenhill, David Kolko, Barbara Stanley, Jamie Zelazny,
Ainsley K. Burke, Sekip Firinciogullari, Steven P. Ellis, and J. John Mann
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Comorbid With Major Depression: Factors Mediating the Association With Suicidal
Behavior 560-566
Jon-Kar Zubieta, Mary M. Heitzeg, Yanjun Xu, Robert A. Koeppe, Lisong Ni, Sally Guthrie, and Edward F. Domino
Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Responses to Smoking in Tobacco Smokers After Overnight Abstinence 567-577
Despina G. Contopoulos-Ioannidis, Simon M. Gilbody, Thomas A. Trikalinos, Rachel Churchill, Kristian Wahlbeck,
John P.A. Ioannidis, The EU-PSI Project
Comparison of Large Versus Smaller Randomized Trials for Mental Health-Related Interventions 578-584
Charles W. Hoge, Holly E. Toboni, Stephen C. Messer, Nicole Bell, Paul Amoroso, and David T. Orman
The Occupational Burden of Mental Disorders in the U.S. Military: Psychiatric Hospitalizations, Involuntary
Separations, and Disability 585-591
Wendy Tieman, Jan van der Ende, and Frank C. Verhulst
Psychiatric Disorders in Young Adult Intercountry Adoptees: An Epidemiological Study 592-598
Brief Reports:
Toshiaki Onitsuka, Paul G. Nestor, Ronald J. Gurrera, Martha E. Shenton, Kiyoto Kasai, Melissa Frumin, Margaret A.
Niznikiewicz, and Robert W. McCarley
Association Between Reduced Extraversion and Right Posterior Fusiform Gyrus Gray Matter Reduction in Chronic
Schizophrenia 599-601
Philip R. Szeszko, Babak A. Ardekani, Manzar Ashtari, Sanjiv Kumra, Delbert G. Robinson, Serge Sevy, Handan
Gunduz-Bruce, Anil K. Malhotra, John M. Kane, Robert M. Bilder, and Kelvin O. Lim
White Matter Abnormalities in First-Episode Schizophrenia or Schizoaffective Disorder: A Diffusion Tensor Imaging
Study 602-605
Peter F. Buckley, David Dean, Fred L. Bookstein, Seungho Han, Michael Yerukhimovich, Kyoung-June Min, and Beth
Singer
A Three-Dimensional Morphometric Study of Craniofacial Shape in Schizophrenia 606-608
Jonathan P. Roiser, Lynnette J. Cook, Jason D. Cooper, David C. Rubinsztein, and Barbara J. Sahakian
Association of a Functional Polymorphism in the Serotonin Transporter Gene With Abnormal Emotional Processing in
Ecstasy Users 609-612
Paul R. Buckland, Bastiaan Hoogendoorn, Carol A. Guy, S. Kaye Smith, Sharon L. Coleman, and Michael C.
O’Donovan
Low Gene Expression Conferred by Association of an Allele of the 5-HT2C Receptor Gene With AntipsychoticInduced Weight Gain 613-615
Chang-Gyu Hahn, George Gomez, Diego Restrepo, Eitan Friedman, Richard Josiassen, Edmund A. Pribitkin, Louis D.
Lowry, Robert J. Gallop, and Nancy E. Rawson
Aberrant Intracellular Calcium Signaling in Olfactory Neurons From Patients With Bipolar Disorder 616-618
Rob McGee, Sheila Williams, and Shyamala Nada-Raja
Is Cigarette Smoking Associated With Suicidal Ideation Among Young People? 619-620
Eric Hollander, Alan C. Swann, Emil F. Coccaro, Ping Jiang, and Thomas B. Smith
Impact of Trait Impulsivity and State Aggression on Divalproex Versus Placebo Response in Borderline Personality
Disorder 621-624
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
SANDRA DEHNING, MICHAEL RIEDEL, and NORBERT MÜLLER Aripiprazole in a Patient Vulnerable to Side
Effects 625
M. NATHAN MASON, CHARLES E. JOHNSON, and MELISSA PIASECKI Ziprasidone-Induced Acute Dystonia
625-626
CHRISTOPHER THOMAS Memantine and Catatonic Schizophrenia 626
JOSEPH R. ERRICO and WILLIAM R. YATES Aripiprazole and Depression in Schizoaffective Disorder 626-627
JOSE de LEON Benztropine Equivalents for Antimuscarinic Medication 627
SETH POWSNER and DAVID POWSNER Cognition, Copyright, and the Classroom 627-628
KENNETH A. KOBAK, ALAN D. FEIGER, and JOSHUA D. LIPSITZ Interview Quality and Signal Detection in
Clinical Trials 628
L. TEBARTZ van ELST Amygdala Morphometry in Affective Disorders 629
STEPHANIE CAMPBELL, MICHAEL MARRIOTT, CLAUDE NAHMIAS, and GLENDA M. MacQUEEN Dr.
Campbell and Colleagues Reply 629
KARIN ESPOSITO and THOMAS A. MELLMAN Stress Disorder After Traumatic Injury 629-630
MEAGHAN L. O’DONNELL and MARK CREAMER Drs. O’Donnell and Creamer Reply 630-631
LESLIE CITROME, ARI JAFFE, and JEROME LEVINE Monotherapy Versus Polypharmacy for Hospitalized
Psychiatric Patients 631
RAEL D. STROUS and VLADIMIR LERNER Monotherapy Versus Polypharmacy for Hospitalized Psychiatric
Patients 631-632
BRADY G. CASE, LISA PATRICK, and ERIC D. PESELOW Monotherapy Versus Polypharmacy for Hospitalized
Psychiatric Patients 632
FRANCA CENTORRINO, JESSICA L. GOREN, JOHN HENNEN, PAOLA SALVATORE, JAMES P. KELLEHER,
and ROSS J. BALDESSARINI Dr. Centorrino and Colleagues Reply 632-633
WEN-HUNG KUO and JOSEPH J. GALLO Completed Suicide After a Suicide Attempt 633
STEPHEN J. PITTELLI Nonsignificant But Suggestive Results? 633
ELLIOTT RICHELSON, PAUL A. FREDRICKSON, and MONA M. BOULES Neurotensin Receptor Agonists and
Antagonists for Schizophrenia 633-634
VIDA B. ROBERTSON and MICHAEL S. WILSON, II Neurotensin Receptor Agonists and Antagonists for
Schizophrenia 634
HERBERT Y. MELTZER and LISA ARVANITIS Drs. Meltzer and Arvanitis Reply 635
Book Forum:
DAVID W. HODO American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 4th ed.
• Essentials of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 636
KEMAL SAGDUYU Textbook of Biological Psychiatry 636-637
ALAN B. KORBETT The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Forensic Psychiatry 637
DANIEL G. HERRERA Handbook of Emergency Psychiatry 637
ANDREI PIKALOV Online Counseling: A Handbook for Mental Health Professionals 638
RUSSELL EISENMAN Handbook of Clinical Sexuality for Mental Health Professionals 638
SCOTT WETZLER Interpersonal Reconstructive Therapy: Promoting Change in Nonresponders 639
MARVIN I. HERZ and EUGENE ROTHE Long-Term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: A Basic Text 639-640
JOHN C. MARKOWITZ Roadblocks in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: Transforming Challenges Into Opportunities
for Change 640-641
ROBERT CANCRO Psychological Treatment of Bipolar Disorder 641-642
SUSAN C. VAUGHAN The Present Moment in Psychotherapy and Everyday Life 642
WILLIAM M. GREENBERG Atypical Antipsychotics: From Bench to Bedside 642-643
SAXBY PRIDMORE Electroconvulsive Therapy, 4th ed. 643
DONALD F. KLEIN Beyond Significance Testing: Reforming Data Analysis Methods in Behavioral Research 643-644
American journal of psychiatry, n 4, vol 162, 2005
Editorials:
Jeffrey L. Cummings Searching for Methods to Detect, Prevent, and Treat Alzheimer’s Disease 645-647
Reviews and Overviews:
Glen O. Gabbard Mind, Brain, and Personality Disorders 648-655
Robert N. Golden, Bradley N. Gaynes, R. David Ekstrom, Robert M. Hamer, Frederick M. Jacobsen, Trisha Suppes,
Katherine L. Wisner, and Charles B. Nemeroff
The Efficacy of Light Therapy in the Treatment of Mood Disorders: A Review and Meta-Analysis of the Evidence 656662
Images in Neuroscience: Stephan Heckers and Debra Titone Hippocampus, IV: Relational Memory 663
Introspections: Lloyd Benjamin Gaze 664-665
Images in Psychiatry:
Ana Maria G. Raimundo Oda, Walmor Piccinini, and Paulo Dalgalarrondo Juliano Moreira (1873–1933): Founder of
Scientific Psychiatry in Brazil 666
New Research
Pedro J. Modrego, Nicolás Fayed, and Miguel A. Pina
Conversion From Mild Cognitive Impairment to Probable Alzheimer’s Disease Predicted by Brain Magnetic Resonance
Spectroscopy 667-675
Mamoru Hashimoto, Hiroaki Kazui, Keiji Matsumoto, Yoko Nakano, Minoru Yasuda, and Etsuro Mori
Does Donepezil Treatment Slow the Progression of Hippocampal Atrophy in Patients With Alzheimer’s Disease? 676682
Kristine Yaffe, Kathryn Krueger, Steven R. Cummings, Terri Blackwell, Victor W. Henderson, Somnath Sarkar,
Kristine Ensrud, and Deborah Grady
Effect of Raloxifene on Prevention of Dementia and Cognitive Impairment in Older Women: The Multiple Outcomes of
Raloxifene Evaluation (MORE) Randomized Trial 683-690
Michael A. Rapp, Karen Dahlman, Mary Sano, Hillel T. Grossman, Vahram Haroutunian, and Jack M. Gorman
Neuropsychological Differences Between Late-Onset and Recurrent Geriatric Major Depression 691-698
Anthony F. Jorm, Kaarin J. Anstey, Helen Christensen, Greg de Plater, Rajeev Kumar, Wei Wen, and Perminder
Sachdev
MRI Hyperintensities and Depressive Symptoms in a Community Sample of Individuals 60–64 Years Old 699-705
Dan G. Blazer, Celia F. Hybels, Gerda G. Fillenbaum, and Carl F. Pieper
Predictors of Antidepressant Use Among Older Adults: Have They Changed Over Time? 705-710
Wenhui Wei, Usha Sambamoorthi, Mark Olfson, James T. Walkup, and Stephen Crystal
Use of Psychotherapy for Depression in Older Adults 711-717
George S. Alexopoulos, Ira R. Katz, Martha L. Bruce, Moonseong Heo, Thomas Ten Have, Patrick Raue, Hillary R.
Bogner, Herbert C. Schulberg, Benoit H. Mulsant, Charles F. Reynolds, III, and The PROSPECT Group
Remission in Depressed Geriatric Primary Care Patients: A Report From the PROSPECT Study 718-724
Jane S. Paulsen, Karin Ferneyhough Hoth, Carissa Nehl, Laura Stierman, and The Huntington Study Group
Critical Periods of Suicide Risk in Huntington’s Disease 725-731
Federica Tozzi, Laura M. Thornton, Kelly L. Klump, Manfred M. Fichter, Katherine A. Halmi, Allan S. Kaplan,
Michael Strober, D. Blake Woodside, Scott Crow, James Mitchell, Alessandro Rotondo, Mauro Mauri, Giovanni
Cassano, Pamela Keel, Katherine H. Plotnicov, Christine Pollice, Lisa R. Lilenfeld, Wade H. Berrettini, Cynthia M.
Bulik, and Walter H. Kaye
Symptom Fluctuation in Eating Disorders: Correlates of Diagnostic Crossover 732-740
Virginia V.W. McIntosh, Jennifer Jordan, Frances A. Carter, Suzanne E. Luty, Janice M. McKenzie, Cynthia M. Bulik,
Christopher M.A. Frampton, and Peter R. Joyce
Three Psychotherapies for Anorexia Nervosa: A Randomized, Controlled Trial 741-747
Hans W. Hoek, Peter N. van Harten, Karin M.E. Hermans, Melanie A. Katzman, Glenn E. Matroos, and Ezra S. Susser
The Incidence of Anorexia Nervosa on Curaçao 748-752
Harry R. Millar, Fiona Wardell, Juliet P. Vyvyan, Simon A. Naji, Gordon J. Prescott, and John M. Eagles
Anorexia Nervosa Mortality in Northeast Scotland, 1965–1999 753-757
Erland W. Schubert and Thomas F. McNeil
Neuropsychological Impairment and Its Neurological Correlates in Adult Offspring With Heightened Risk for
Schizophrenia and Affective Psychosis 758-766
Alan S. Brown, Catherine A. Schaefer, Charles P. Quesenberry, Jr., Liyan Liu, Vicki P. Babulas, and Ezra S. Susser
Maternal Exposure to Toxoplasmosis and Risk of Schizophrenia in Adult Offspring 767-773
Traolach Brugha, Nicola Singleton, Howard Meltzer, Paul Bebbington, Michael Farrell, Rachel Jenkins, Jeremy Coid,
Tom Fryers, David Melzer, and Glyn Lewis
Psychosis in the Community and in Prisons: A Report From the British National Survey of Psychiatric Morbidity 774780
Cathaleene Macias, Paul Barreira, William Hargreaves, Leonard Bickman, William Fisher, and Elliot Aronson
Impact of Referral Source and Study Applicants’ Preference for Randomly Assigned Service on Research Enrollment,
Service Engagement, and Evaluative Outcomes 781-787
Brief Reports:
Paul J. Moberg, David R. Roalf, Catherine C. Balderston, Stephen J. Kanes, Raquel E. Gur, and Bruce I. Turetsky
Phenylthiocarbamide Perception in Patients With Schizophrenia and First-Degree Family Members 788-790
Gabriele Ende, Petra Hubrich, Sigrid Walter, Wolfgang Weber-Fahr, Nina Kämmerer, Dieter F. Braus, and Fritz A.
Henn
Further Evidence for Altered Cerebellar Neuronal Integrity in Schizophrenia 790-792
Christopher R. Bowie, Irene Tsapelas, Joseph Friedman, Michael Parrella, Leonard White, and Philip D. Harvey
The Longitudinal Course of Thought Disorder in Geriatric Patients With Chronic Schizophrenia 793-795
Gordon Parker, Heather Brotchie, and Kay Parker
Is Combination Olanzapine and Antidepressant Medication Associated With a More Rapid Response Trajectory Than
Antidepressant Alone? 796-798
Jitschak G. Storosum, Tamar Wohlfarth, Christine C. Gispen-de Wied, Don H. Linszen, Berthold P.R. Gersons,
Barbara J. van Zwieten, and Wim van den Brink
Suicide Risk in Placebo-Controlled Trials of Treatment for Acute Manic Episode and Prevention of Manic-Depressive
Episode 799-802
David A. Axelson, James M. Perel, Boris Birmaher, George Rudolph, Sharon Nuss, Linda Yurasits, Jeffrey Bridge, and
David A. Brent
Platelet Serotonin Reuptake Inhibition and Response to SSRIs in Depressed Adolescents 802-804
Alexander Neumeister, Peixiong Yuan, Theresa A. Young, Omer Bonne, David A. Luckenbaugh, Dennis S. Charney,
and Husseini Manji
Effects of Tryptophan Depletion on Serum Levels of Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor in Unmedicated Patients With
Remitted Depression and Healthy Subjects 805-807
Maria J. Portella, Catherine J. Harmer, Jonathan Flint, Philip Cowen, and Guy M. Goodwin
Enhanced Early Morning Salivary Cortisol in Neuroticism 807-809
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
DAVID I. MAYERHOFF, JEFFRY NURENBERG, SNEHAL SHAH, and STEVEN J. SCHLEIFER Neurotoxicity
Associated With Free Valproic Acid 810
SHINSUKE KITO, TORU NAKAJIMA, HIROSHI YAMADERA, YOSHIHIKO KOGA, SHINJI KOSUGI, and
NORITAKA HAI Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Type 1 Presenting as Psychosis 810-811
MASANORI SAITO, YOSHIKI MATSUI, YOSHIMASA OTANI, and HITOSHI MIYAOKA Liepmann’s
Phenomenon During Benzodiazepine Withdrawal 811-810
SARA DORIS BIENENTREU and KLAUS-THOMAS HELMUT KRONMÜLLER Increase in Risperidone Plasma
Level With Lamotrigine 811-812
RYOHEI MATSUMOTO, YURINOSUKE KITABAYASHI, YASUHITO NAKATOMI, HIDETO TSUCHIDA, and
KENJI FUKUI Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome Induced by Quetiapine and Fluvoxamine 812
MARCUS C. ROSENHAGEN, MANFRED UHR, PETRA SCHÜSSLER, and AXEL STEIGER Elevated Plasma
Ghrelin Levels in Night-Eating Syndrome 813
FLORENCE VORSPAN, DOMINIQUE WAROT, ANGÈLE CONSOLI, DAVID COHEN, and PHILIPPE MAZET
Mania in a Boy Treated With Modafinil for Narcolepsy 813-814
KARIM SEDKY, RITA SHAUGHNESSY, TIFFANY HUGHES, and STEVEN LIPPMANN Clozapine-Induced
Agranulocytosis After 11 Years of Treatment 814
ABHAY SINGH, ROBERT ALTHOFF, R. JARED MARTINEAU, and JAMES JACOBSON Pramipexole,
Ropinirole, and Mania in Parkinson’s Disease 814-815
AKIFUMI IKEDA, KANAKO SEKIGUCHI, KENICHI FUJITA, HIROSHI YAMADERA, and YOSHIHIKO KOGA
5-Methoxy-N,N-Diisopropyltryptamine-Induced Flashbacks 815
DAVID E. ROSS, MICHELE THOMAS, MARIA BOOTH, and MICHAEL WEINBORN Rate of Tardive Dyskinesia
in Hospitalized Patients 816
FUMIO MORIYA and YOSHIAKI HASHIMOTO Do Smokers Who Commit Suicide Have High Blood Levels of
Nicotine? 816-817
MICHAEL SERBY and STEVEN C. SAMUELS Dementia With Lewy Bodies, Visual Hallucinations, and Medications
817
ANDRÉS MARTIN, WALTER S. GILLIAM, JEFFREY Q. BOSTIC, and JOSEPH M. REY Child
Psychopharmacology, Effect Sizes, and the Big Bang 817
RÉMY P. BARBE Child Psychopharmacology, Effect Sizes, and the Big Bang 817-818
MAJU MATHEWS, BABATUNDE ADETUNJI, JOANNE MATHEWS, BIJU BASIL, VINU GEORGE, MANU
MATHEWS, KUMAR BUDUR, and SHINY ABRAHAM Child Psychopharmacology, Effect Sizes, and the Big Bang
818
KAREN DINEEN WAGNER, ADELAIDE S. ROBB, ROBERT L. FINDLING, and JIANQING JIN Dr. Wagner and
Colleagues Reply 818-819
Book Forum:
RICHARD H. GIBSON and LAURA WEISS ROBERTS Morality and Ethics in Theory and Practice 820
C. ROBERT CLONINGER Character Strengths and Virtues: A Handbook and Classification 820-821
BEATA ZOLOVSKA and HAROLD J. BURSZTAJN "Are You There Alone?" The Unspeakable Crime of Andrea
Yates 821-822
OWEN D. BUCK PsychoBible 822-823
REMI J. CADORET European Cases of the Reincarnation Type 823-824
RICHARD D. CHESSICK Understanding Dissidence and Controversy in the History of Psychoanalysis 824-826
PETER BARGLOW Misunderstanding Freud 826-827
MARCIA WEBB Interpersonal Foundations of Psychopathology 827-828
SOPHIA VINOGRADOV Catatonia: A Clinician’s Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment 828-829
MARK H. FLEISHER Neurodevelopmental Mechanisms in Psychopathology 829-830
HAROLD ALAN PINCUS Mental Health Services: A Public Health Perspective, 2nd ed. 830
ISRAEL KATZ and ALBERT C. GAW School-Based Mental Health Services: Creating Comprehensive and Culturally
Specific Programs 830-831
DONALD M. HILTY and MALATHI SRINIVASAN Evidence-Based Practice Manual: Research and Outcome
Measures in Health and Human Services 831-832
American journal of psychiatry, n 5, vol 162, 2005
Editorials:
Glen O. Gabbard Personality Disorders Come of Age 833-835
Reviews and Overviews:
John S. March, Susan G. Silva, Scott Compton, Mark Shapiro, Robert Califf, and Ranga Krishnan
The Case for Practical Clinical Trials in Psychiatry 836-846
Richard Mayou, Laurence J. Kirmayer, Greg Simon, Kurt Kroenke, and Michael Sharpe
Somatoform Disorders: Time for a New Approach in DSM-V 847-855
Images in Neuroscience:Robert W. Greene Hippocampus, V: Studying Hippocampal Behaviors 856
Introspections:Shyam K. Bhat How Many Psychiatrists Does It Take? 857-858
Clinical Case Conference:
Glen O. Gabbard and Tanya J. Bennett Dilemmas in the Psychotherapy of Sexually Impulsive Patients 859-865
Images in Psychiatry:Peter J. Buckley William Blake (1757–1827) 866
New Research
Carolyn Zittel Conklin and Drew Westen
Borderline Personality Disorder in Clinical Practice 867-875
Rocco Crino, Tim Slade, and Gavin Andrews
The Changing Prevalence and Severity of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Criteria From DSM-III to DSM-IV 876-882
Thomas H. McGlashan, Carlos M. Grilo, Charles A. Sanislow, Elizabeth Ralevski, Leslie C. Morey, John G.
Gunderson, Andrew E. Skodol, M. Tracie Shea, Mary C. Zanarini, Donna Bender, Robert L. Stout, Shirley Yen, and
Maria Pagano
Two-Year Prevalence and Stability of Individual DSM-IV Criteria for Schizotypal, Borderline, Avoidant, and
Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorders: Toward a Hybrid Model of Axis II Disorders 883-889
Ephi Betan, Amy Kegley Heim, Carolyn Zittel Conklin, and Drew Westen
Countertransference Phenomena and Personality Pathology in Clinical Practice: An Empirical Investigation 890-898
Richard J. Brown, Anette Schrag, and Michael R. Trimble
Dissociation, Childhood Interpersonal Trauma, and Family Functioning in Patients With Somatization Disorder 899905
Deborah E. Lynn, Gitta Lubke, May Yang, James T. McCracken, James J. McGough, Janeen Ishii, Sandra K. Loo,
Stanley F. Nelson, and Susan L. Smalley
Temperament and Character Profiles and the Dopamine D4 Receptor Gene in ADHD 906-913
W. Gordon Frankle, Ilise Lombardo, Antonia S. New, Marianne Goodman, Peter S. Talbot, Yiyun Huang, Dah-Ren
Hwang, Mark Slifstein, Susan Curry, Anissa Abi-Dargham, Marc Laruelle, and Larry J. Siever
Brain Serotonin Transporter Distribution in Subjects With Impulsive Aggressivity: A Positron Emission Study With
[11C]McN 5652 915-923
Ilana Kremer, Rachel Bachner-Melman, Alon Reshef, Leonid Broude, Lubov Nemanov, Inga Gritsenko, Uriel
Heresco-Levy, Yoel Elizur, and Richard P. Ebstein
Association of the Serotonin Transporter Gene With Smoking Behavior 924-930
Douglas S. Lehrer, Bradley T. Christian, Joseph Mantil, Aaron C. Murray, Bradley R. Buchsbaum, Terrence R. Oakes,
William Byne, Eileen M. Kemether, and Monte S. Buchsbaum
Thalamic and Prefrontal FDG Uptake in Never Medicated Patients With Schizophrenia 931-938
Shitij Kapur, Tamara Arenovich, Ofer Agid, Robert Zipursky, Stacy Lindborg, and Barry Jones
Evidence for Onset of Antipsychotic Effects Within the First 24 Hours of Treatment 939-946
Nina Schooler, Jonathan Rabinowitz, Michael Davidson, Robin Emsley, Philip D. Harvey, Lili Kopala, Patrick D.
McGorry, Ilse Van Hove, Marielle Eerdekens, Wim Swyzen, Goedele De Smedt, and the Early Psychosis Global
Working Group
Risperidone and Haloperidol in First-Episode Psychosis: A Long-Term Randomized Trial 947-953
David C. Henderson, Paul M. Copeland, Tara B. Daley, Christina P. Borba, Corrine Cather, Dana D. Nguyen, Pearl M.
Louie, A. Eden Evins, Oliver Freudenreich, Doug Hayden, and Donald C. Goff
A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Sibutramine for Olanzapine-Associated Weight Gain 954-962
Sharon Gil, Yael Caspi, Irit Zilberman Ben-Ari, Danny Koren, and Ehud Klein
Does Memory of a Traumatic Event Increase the Risk for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Patients With Traumatic
Brain Injury? A Prospective Study 963-969
Paul E. Holtzheimer, III, Joan Russo, Douglas Zatzick, Christopher Bundy, and Peter P. Roy-Byrne
The Impact of Comorbid Posttraumatic Stress Disorder on Short-Term Clinical Outcome in Hospitalized Patients With
Depression 970-976
Charles H. Kellner, Max Fink, Rebecca Knapp, Georgios Petrides, Mustafa Husain, Teresa Rummans, Martina
Mueller, Hilary Bernstein, Keith Rasmussen, Kevin O’Connor, Glenn Smith, A. John Rush, Melanie Biggs, Shawn
McClintock, Samuel Bailine, and Chitra Malur
Relief of Expressed Suicidal Intent by ECT: A Consortium for Research in ECT Study 977-982
J. Douglas Bremner, Negar Fani, Ali Ashraf, John R. Votaw, Marijn E. Brummer, Thomas Cummins, Viola Vaccarino,
Mark M. Goodman, Lai Reed, Sajid Siddiq, and Charles B. Nemeroff
Functional Brain Imaging Alterations in Acne Patients Treated With Isotretinoin 983-991
Brief Reports:
Dewleen G. Baker, Nosa N. Ekhator, John W. Kasckow, Boris Dashevsky, Paul S. Horn, Ludmila Bednarik, and
Thomas D. Geracioti, Jr.
Higher Levels of Basal Serial CSF Cortisol in Combat Veterans With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder 992-994
Royce Lee, Thomas D. Geracioti, Jr., John W. Kasckow, and Emil F. Coccaro
Childhood Trauma and Personality Disorder: Positive Correlation With Adult CSF Corticotropin-Releasing Factor
Concentrations 995-997
Rachel Yehuda, Julia A. Golier, and Shira Kaufman
Circadian Rhythm of Salivary Cortisol in Holocaust Survivors With and Without PTSD 998-1000
Alice Behrendt and Steffen Moritz
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Memory Problems After Female Genital Mutilation 1000-1002
Young-Gyu Chai, Dong-Yul Oh, Eun Kee Chung, Gil Sook Kim, Leen Kim, Yu-Sang Lee, and Ihn-Geun Choi
Alcohol and Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Polymorphisms in Men With Type I and Type II Alcoholism 1003-1005
Camila Guindalini, Sandra Scivoletto, Ricardo G.M. Ferreira, Gerome Breen, Monica Zilberman, Marco Aurélio
Peluso, and Mayana Zatz
Association of Genetic Variants in Alcohol Dehydrogenase 4 With Alcohol Dependence in Brazilian Patients 10051007
Christopher Baethge, Ross J. Baldessarini, Hari-Mandir Kaur Khalsa, John Hennen, Paola Salvatore, and Mauricio
Tohen
Substance Abuse in First-Episode Bipolar I Disorder: Indications for Early Intervention 1008-1010
Rikus Knegtering, Pepijn Baselmans, Stynke Castelein, Fokko Bosker, Richard Bruggeman, and Robert J. van den
Bosch
Predominant Role of the 9-Hydroxy Metabolite of Risperidone in Elevating Blood Prolactin Levels 1010-1012
Susan R. McGurk, Cameron Carter, Robert Goldman, Michael F. Green, Stephen R. Marder, Haiyi Xie, Nina R.
Schooler, and John M. Kane
The Effects of Clozapine and Risperidone on Spatial Working Memory in Schizophrenia 1013-1016
Caroline D. Kim, Monique Seguin, Nadia Therrien, Geneviève Riopel, Nadia Chawky, Alain D. Lesage, and G.
Turecki
Familial Aggregation of Suicidal Behavior: A Family Study of Male Suicide Completers From the General Population
1017-1019
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
DEBORAH R. KIM and JEFFREY P. STAAB Quetiapine Discontinuation Syndrome 1020
LEONA YIP, AHMED MASHHOOD, and SUNÉ NAUDÉ Low IQ and Gasoline Huffing: The Perpetuation Cycle
1020-1021
MOHAMED RAHMAN and NADEEM HAIDER Anticonvulsant Hypersensitivity Syndrome From Addition of
Lamotrigine to Divalproex 1021
DANNY SULLIVAN, MARK WALTERFANG, and DENNIS VELAKOULIS Bipolar Disorder and Niemann-Pick
Disease Type C 1021-1022
ALICIA E.B. LAWRYNOWICZ and TIMOTHY D. BAKER Suicide and Latitude in Argentina: Durkheim UpsideDown 1022
KATHARINE A. PHILLIPS Olanzapine Augmentation of Fluoxetine in Body Dysmorphic Disorder 1022-1023
KIM J. MASTERS Pilocarpine Treatment of Xerostomia Induced by Psychoactive Medications 1023
DIRK LICHTERMANN Cancer Risk in Parents of Patients With Schizophrenia 1024
SUSANNE OKSBJERG DALTON, THOMAS MUNK LAURSEN, LENE MELLEMKJAER, CHRISTOFFER
JOHANSEN, and PREBEN BO MORTENSEN Dr. Dalton and Colleagues Reply 1024-1025
JEFFREY A. MATTES Irritability and Depression 1025
GIOVANNI B. CASSANO Dr. Cassano Replies 1025
ASHLEY SMITH, ASHOK KUMAR JAINER, and CLAIRE BENNET Sertraline for Recurrent Major Depression
1025-1026
ARTHUR RIFKIN and WILLIAM DAVID RIFKIN Psychiatry and General Practitioners 1026
CHUAN-SHENG ZHAO, KIRSI PUURUNEN, JUHANI SIVENIUS, JUKKA JOLKKONEN, and TIMOTHY
SCHALLERT Psychotropic Medication and Stroke Outcome 1026-1027
MINNA M. RAIVIO, JOUKO V. LAURILA, TIMO E. STRANDBERG, REIJO S. TILVIS, and KAISU H. PITKÄLÄ
Psychotropic Medication and Stroke Outcome 1027
NATHAN HERRMANN, KRISTA L. LANCTÔT, and MUHAMMAD MAMDANI Dr. Herrmann and Colleagues
Reply 1027-1028
JONATHAN FOULDS and JILL WILLIAMS Tobacco Use and Cataracts in Patients With Schizophrenia 1028
THOMAS E. STEELE Tobacco Use and Cataracts in Patients With Schizophrenia 1028-1029
STEPHEN R. MARDER, SUSAN M. ESSOCK, ALEXANDER L. MILLER, ALAN FRIEDMAN, and MT. SINAI
CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS Dr. Marder and Colleagues Reply 1029
MARIO SPERANZA, MAURICE CORCOS, OLIVIER GUILBAUD, GWENOLÉ LOAS, and PHILIPPE JEAMMET
Alexithymia, Personality, and Psychopathology 1029-1030
HANS JOERGEN GRABE, CARSTEN SPITZER, and HARALD J. FREYBERGER Dr. Grabe and Colleagues Reply
1030
J. MIGUEL PENA-ANDREU, ANDRES FONTALBA, MONICA CARRERA, J. LUIS MARTINEZ, and M. ISABEL
RODRÍGUEZ Refining the Personality Disorder Diagnosis 1030-1031
MARK A. AMDUR Comment on Hoarding 1031
SANJAYA SAXENA Dr. Saxena Replies 1031-1032
Book Forum:
PHILIP G. JANICAK Practical Management of Dementia: A Multi-Professional Approach 1033
MICHAEL R. BIEBER Alzheimer’s Disease: The Physician’s Guide to Practical Management 1033-1034
DANIEL P. van KAMMEN Schizophrenia Into Later Life: Treatment, Research, and Policy 1034-1035
RICHARD P. KLUFT Brief Treatments for the Traumatized: A Project of the Green Cross Foundation 1035
TRUCE T. ORDOÑA Posttraumatic Stress Disorders in Children and Adolescents Handbook 1035-1036
DONALD D. DENTON Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Malady or Myth? 1036
JUDITH L. HERMAN Early Intervention for Trauma and Traumatic Loss 1036-1037
MARC GALANTER My Name Is Bill: Bill Wilson—His Life and the Creation of Alcoholics Anonymous 1037-1038
MARK S. GOLD and JOHN F. BRANDT Handbook of Clinical Alcoholism Treatment 1038-1039
ARON S. WOLF The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Substance Abuse Treatment, 3rd ed. 1039
WILLIAM R. FLYNN Dual Diagnosis • Psychosocial Treatments 1040
PAUL C. HORTON Children of Color: Psychological Interventions With Culturally Diverse Youth, 2nd ed. 1040-1041
RODRIGO A. MUÑOZ Clinician’s Guide to Cultural Psychiatry 1041-1042
American journal of psychiatry, n 6, vol 162, 2005
Editorials: Fred Volkmar Toward Understanding the Basis of ADHD 1043-1044
Reviews and Overviews:
Roger Webb, Kathryn Abel, Andrew Pickles, and Louis Appleby
Mortality in Offspring of Parents With Psychotic Disorders: A Critical Review and Meta-Analysis 1045-1056
Images in Neuroscience:
Alexander Neumeister, Dennis S. Charney, and Wayne C. Drevets Hippocampus, VI: Depression and the Hippocampus
1057
Introspections: William Houghton Grassroots Therapy 1058-1059
Clinical Case Conference:
N. Gregory Hamilton and Catherine A. Hamilton
Competing Paradigms of Response to Assisted Suicide Requests in Oregon 1060-1065
Images in Psychiatry:Gordon Parker Melancholia 1066
New Research
Katya Rubia, Anna B. Smith, Michael J. Brammer, Brian Toone, and Eric Taylor
Abnormal Brain Activation During Inhibition and Error Detection in Medication-Naive Adolescents With ADHD 10671075
Russell J. Schachar, Jennifer Crosbie, Cathy L. Barr, Tisha J. Ornstein, James Kennedy, Molly Malone, Wendy
Roberts, Abel Ickowicz, Rosemary Tannock, Shirley Chen, and Tejaswee Pathare
Inhibition of Motor Responses in Siblings Concordant and Discordant for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
1076-1082
Joseph Biederman, Anne Kwon, Megan Aleardi, Virginie-Anne Chouinard, Teresa Marino, Heather Cole, Eric Mick,
and Stephen V. Faraone
Absence of Gender Effects on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Findings in Nonreferred Subjects 1083-1089
Christina Sobin, Karen Kiley-Brabeck, and Maria Karayiorgou
Lower Prepulse Inhibition in Children With the 22q11 Deletion Syndrome 1090-1099
Sabine C. Herpertz, Bodo Mueller, Mutaz Qunaibi, Christiane Lichterfeld, Kerstin Konrad, and Beate HerpertzDahlmann
Response to Emotional Stimuli in Boys With Conduct Disorder 1100-1107
Julia Kim-Cohen, Louise Arseneault, Avshalom Caspi, Mónica Polo Tomás, Alan Taylor, and Terrie E. Moffitt
Validity of DSM-IV Conduct Disorder in 4–5-Year-Old Children: A Longitudinal Epidemiological Study 1108-1117
Matt McGue and William G. Iacono
The Association of Early Adolescent Problem Behavior With Adult Psychopathology 1118-1124
Denis G. Sukhodolsky, Maria C. do Rosario-Campos, Lawrence Scahill, Lily Katsovich, David L. Pauls, Bradley S.
Peterson, Robert A. King, Paul J. Lombroso, Diane B. Findley, and James F. Leckman
Adaptive, Emotional, and Family Functioning of Children With Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Comorbid
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder 1125-1132
Suniti Chakrabarti and Eric Fombonne
Pervasive Developmental Disorders in Preschool Children: Confirmation of High Prevalence 1133-1141
Christopher J. McDougle, Lawrence Scahill, Michael G. Aman, James T. McCracken, Elaine Tierney, Mark Davies, L.
Eugene Arnold, David J. Posey, Andrès Martin, Jaswinder K. Ghuman, Bhavik Shah, Shirley Z. Chuang, Naomi B.
Swiezy, Nilda M. Gonzalez, Jill Hollway, Kathleen Koenig, James J. McGough, Louise Ritz, and Benedetto Vitiello
Risperidone for the Core Symptom Domains of Autism: Results From the Study by the Autism Network of the
Research Units on Pediatric Psychopharmacology 1142-1148
Kenneth Wells, Cathy Sherbourne, Naihua Duan, Jürgen Unützer, Jeanne Miranda, Michael Schoenbaum, Susan L.
Ettner, Lisa S. Meredith, and Lisa Rubenstein
Quality Improvement for Depression in Primary Care: Do Patients With Subthreshold Depression Benefit in the Long
Run? 1149-1157
Jesse H. Wright, Andrew S. Wright, Anne Marie Albano, Monica R. Basco, L. Jane Goldsmith, Troy Raffield, and
Michael W. Otto
Computer-Assisted Cognitive Therapy for Depression: Maintaining Efficacy While Reducing Therapist Time 11581164
Victor L. Serebruany, Raymond F. Suckow, Thomas B. Cooper, Christopher M. O’Connor, Alex I. Malinin, K. Ranga
R. Krishnan, Louis T. van Zyl, Vladimir Lekht, Alexander H. Glassman, and Sertraline Antidepressant Heart Attack
Randomized Trial
Relationship Between Release of Platelet/Endothelial Biomarkers and Plasma Levels of Sertraline and NDesmethylsertraline in Acute Coronary Syndrome Patients Receiving SSRI Treatment for Depression 1165-1170
Mark Hyman Rapaport, Cathryn Clary, Rana Fayyad, and Jean Endicott
Quality-of-Life Impairment in Depressive and Anxiety Disorders 1171-1178
Steven E. Bruce, Kimberly A. Yonkers, Michael W. Otto, Jane L. Eisen, Risa B. Weisberg, Maria Pagano, M. Tracie
Shea, and Martin B. Keller
Influence of Psychiatric Comorbidity on Recovery and Recurrence in Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Social Phobia, and
Panic Disorder: A 12-Year Prospective Study 1179-1187
Arieh Y. Shalev and Sara Freedman
PTSD Following Terrorist Attacks: A Prospective Evaluation 1188-1191
Michael G. Griffin, Patricia A. Resick, and Rachel Yehuda
Enhanced Cortisol Suppression Following Dexamethasone Administration in Domestic Violence Survivors 1192-1199
Brief Reports:
Nutan Kolluri, Zhuoxin Sun, Allan R. Sampson, and David A. Lewis
Lamina-Specific Reductions in Dendritic Spine Density in the Prefrontal Cortex of Subjects With Schizophrenia 12001202
Zafiris J. Daskalakis, Bruce K. Christensen, Paul B. Fitzgerald, Sarah I. Fountain, and Robert Chen
Reduced Cerebellar Inhibition in Schizophrenia: A Preliminary Study 1203-1205
Stephan Krieger, Stefanie Lis, Turan Cetin, Bernd Gallhofer, and Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg
Executive Function and Cognitive Subprocesses in First-Episode, Drug-Naive Schizophrenia: An Analysis of N-Back
Performance 1206-1208
David J. Moser, Rebecca L. Reese, Susan K. Schultz, Michelle L. Benjamin, Stephan Arndt, Frank W. Fleming, and
Nancy C. Andreasen
Informed Consent in Medication-Free Schizophrenia Research 1209-1211
Lori Altshuler, Susan Bookheimer, Manuel A. Proenza, Jennifer Townsend, Fred Sabb, Ann Firestine, George
Bartzokis, Jim Mintz, John Mazziotta, and Mark S. Cohen
Increased Amygdala Activation During Mania: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study 1211-1213
Rebecca Tillman and Barbara Geller
A Brief Screening Tool for a Prepubertal and Early Adolescent Bipolar Disorder Phenotype 1214-1216
David Straker, Christoph U. Correll, Elisse Kramer-Ginsberg, Nasreen Abdulhamid, Fiju Koshy, Elayna Rubens,
Robert Saint-Vil, John M. Kane, and Peter Manu
Cost-Effective Screening for the Metabolic Syndrome in Patients Treated With Second-Generation Antipsychotic
Medications 1217-1221
Joaquim Soler, Juan Carlos Pascual, Josefa Campins, Judith Barrachina, Dolors Puigdemont, Enrique Alvarez, and
Victor Pérez
Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study of Dialectical Behavior Therapy Plus Olanzapine for Borderline Personality
Disorder 1221-1224
Letters to the Editor:
KEVIN SOLOMONS, SAMANTHA GOOCH, and ALLAN WONG Toxicity With Selective Serotonin Reuptake
Inhibitors 1225
ASIF MALIK and SAJID RAVASIA Positional Asphyxiation From Paroxetine 1225-1226
KHURSHID A. KHURSHID and MARK E. WEAVER Conn’s Syndrome Presenting as Depression 1226
LAWRENCE DILLER Antidepressants and Children’s Depression 1226-1227
CINDY SULLIVAN KERBER Defining "Health Correlates" in Recreational Gambling 1227
RANI A. DESAI, PAUL K. MACIEJEWSKI, DAVID J. DAUSEY, BARBARA J. CALDARONE, and MARC N.
POTENZA Dr. Desai and Colleagues Reply 1227-1228
NEIL S. KAYE Infanticide 1228-1229
MARGARET G. SPINELLI Dr. Spinelli Replies 1229
GEORGE BARTZOKIS and LORI ALTSHULER Reduced Intracortical Myelination in Schizophrenia 1229-1230
Book Forum:
LAWRENCE HARTMANN Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents: Evidence-Based Treatments and Case
Examples 1231-1232
RICHARD BALON Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Adolescents, 2nd ed. 1232
JUDITH R. DEUTSCH and JAMES W. DEUTSCH The First Idea: How Symbols, Language, and Intelligence Evolved
From Our Primate Ancestors to Modern Humans 1232-1233
ELISSA P. BENEDEK Out of Options: A Cognitive Model of Adolescent Suicide and Risk-Taking 1233-1234
RENATO D. ALARCÓN Psychiatry, 2nd ed. 1234-1236
PEDRO RUIZ Handbook of Medical Psychiatry, 2nd ed. 1236
OWEN D. BUCK Handbook of Spirituality and Worldview in Clinical Practice 1236-1237
REX E. JUNG Neuropsychological Assessment, 4th ed. 1237
NIKHIL NIHALANI and SANJAY GUPTA Neuroscience for the Mental Health Clinician 1237-1238
KEMAL SAGDUYU The Self in Neuroscience and Psychiatry 1238
RODRIGO A. MUÑOZ Mental Health Global Policies and Human Rights 1238-1239
ALEX KOPELOWICZ and ARMANDO MORALES Cultural Competence in Clinical Psychiatry 1239-1240
American journal of psychiatry, n 7, vol 162, 2005
Editorials: Robert M.A. Hirschfeld Are Depression and Bipolar Disorder the Same Illness? 1241-1242
Reviews and Overviews: Kenneth S. Kendler "A Gene for...": The Nature of Gene Action in Psychiatric Disorders
1243-1252
Images in Neuroscience: Michael Vogel The Cerebellum 1253
Introspections: Jeanne Steiner In Sickness and Health 1254
Images in Psychiatry: Gregg E. Gorton Milton Hyland Erickson, 1901–1980 1255
New Research
Jean A. Frazier, Sufen Chiu, Janis L. Breeze, Nikos Makris, Nicholas Lange, David N. Kennedy, Martha R. Herbert,
Eileen K. Bent, Vamsi K. Koneru, Megan E. Dieterich, Steven M. Hodge, Scott L. Rauch, P. Ellen Grant, Bruce M.
Cohen, Larry J. Seidman, Verne S. Caviness, and Joseph Biederman
Structural Brain Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Limbic and Thalamic Volumes in Pediatric Bipolar Disorder 12561265
Maria E. Fisfalen, Thomas G. Schulze, J. Raymond DePaulo, Jr., Leslie J. DeGroot, Judith A. Badner, and Francis J.
McMahon
Familial Variation in Episode Frequency in Bipolar Affective Disorder 1266-1272
Ralph W. Kupka, David A. Luckenbaugh, Robert M. Post, Trisha Suppes, Lori L. Altshuler, Paul E. Keck, Jr., Mark A.
Frye, Kirk D. Denicoff, Heinz Grunze, Gabriele S. Leverich, Susan L. McElroy, Jörg Walden, and Willem A. Nolen
Comparison of Rapid-Cycling and Non-Rapid-Cycling Bipolar Disorder Based on Prospective Mood Ratings in 539
Outpatients 1273-1280
Mauricio Tohen, Waldemar Greil, Joseph R. Calabrese, Gary S. Sachs, Lakshmi N. Yatham, Bruno Müller
Oerlinghausen, Athanasios Koukopoulos, Giovanni B. Cassano, Heinz Grunze, Rasmus W. Licht, Liliana Dell’Osso,
Angela R. Evans, Richard Risser, Robert W. Baker, Heidi Crane, Martin R. Dossenbach, and Charles L. Bowden
Olanzapine Versus Lithium in the Maintenance Treatment of Bipolar Disorder: A 12-Month, Randomized, DoubleBlind, Controlled Clinical Trial 1281-1290
Ramin Mojtabai, Daniel Herman, Ezra S. Susser, Nancy Sohler, Thomas J. Craig, Janet Lavelle, and Evelyn J. Bromet
Service Use and Outcomes of First-Admission Patients With Psychotic Disorders in the Suffolk County Mental Health
Project 1291-1298
Glenn N. Saxe, Frederick Stoddard, Erin Hall, Neharika Chawla, Carlos Lopez, Robert Sheridan, Daniel King, Lynda
King, and Rachel Yehuda
Pathways to PTSD, Part I: Children With Burns 1299-1304
Julie B. Kaplow, Kenneth A. Dodge, Lisa Amaya-Jackson, and Glenn N. Saxe
Pathways to PTSD, Part II: Sexually Abused Children 1305-1310
Miles McFall, Andrew J. Saxon, Charles E. Thompson, Dan Yoshimoto, Carol Malte, Kristy Straits-Troster, Evan
Kanter, Xiao-Hua Andrew Zhou, Cynthia M. Dougherty, and Bonnie Steele
Improving the Rates of Quitting Smoking for Veterans With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder 1311-1319
Axel Perkonigg, Hildegard Pfister, Murray B. Stein, Michael Höfler, Roselind Lieb, Andreas Maercker, and HansUlrich Wittchen
Longitudinal Course of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms in a Community
Sample of Adolescents and Young Adults 1320-1327
Mark Olfson, Marc J. Gameroff, Steven C. Marcus, Ted Greenberg, and David Shaffer
National Trends in Hospitalization of Youth With Intentional Self-Inflicted Injuries 1328-1335
Ann F. Garland, Anna S. Lau, May Yeh, Kristen M. McCabe, Richard L. Hough, and John A. Landsverk
Racial and Ethnic Differences in Utilization of Mental Health Services Among High-Risk Youths 1336-1343
Susan S.F. Gau, M.Y. Chong, Tony H.H. Chen, and Andrew T.A. Cheng
A 3-Year Panel Study of Mental Disorders Among Adolescents in Taiwan 1344-1350
Joseph R. Calabrese, Paul E. Keck, Jr., Wayne Macfadden, Margaret Minkwitz, Terence A. Ketter, Richard H. Weisler,
Andrew J. Cutler, Robin McCoy, Ellis Wilson, Jamie Mullen, and The BOLDER Study Group
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Quetiapine in the Treatment of Bipolar I or II Depression
1351-1360
Research Units on Pediatric Psychopharmacology Autism Network
Risperidone Treatment of Autistic Disorder: Longer-Term Benefits and Blinded Discontinuation After 6 Months 13611369
Brief Reports:
Mark Zimmerman, Iwona Chelminski, and Michael A. Posternak
Generalizability of Antidepressant Efficacy Trials: Differences Between Depressed Psychiatric Outpatients Who Would
or Would Not Qualify for an Efficacy Trial 1370-1372
Patrik K.E. Magnusson, David Gunnell, Per Tynelius, George Davey Smith, and Finn Rasmussen
Strong Inverse Association Between Height and Suicide in a Large Cohort of Swedish Men: Evidence of Early Life
Origins of Suicidal Behavior? 1373-1375
Alexandre Dumais, Alain D. Lesage, Aleksandra Lalovic, Monique Séguin, Michel Tousignant, Nadia Chawky, and
Gustavo Turecki
Is Violent Method of Suicide a Behavioral Marker of Lifetime Aggression? 1375-1378
Justine M. Kent, Jeremy D. Coplan, Osama Mawlawi, Jose M. Martinez, Susan T. Browne, Mark Slifstein, Diana
Martinez, Anissa Abi-Dargham, Marc Laruelle, and Jack M. Gorman
Prediction of Panic Response to a Respiratory Stimulant by Reduced Orbitofrontal Cerebral Blood Flow in Panic
Disorder 1379-1381
Richard Meiser-Stedman, William Yule, Patrick Smith, Ed Glucksman, and Tim Dalgleish
Acute Stress Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Children and Adolescents Involved in Assaults or Motor
Vehicle Accidents 1381-1383
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:SERMSAK LOLAK, ELISA DANNEMILLER, and FRANCIS ANDRES 48,XXYY Syndrome,
Mood Disorder, and Aggression 1384
DANIEL T. HOLMES, PHILLIP LONG, and JIRI FROHLICH Dysbetalipoproteinemia and Clomipramine 1384-1385
ROBERT OSTROFF, MARBIELA GONZALES, and GERARD SANACORA Antidepressant Effect of Ketamine
During ECT 1385-1386
TUBA OZCANLI, BARIS UNSALVER, SAMURAY OZDEMIR, and MINE OZMEN Sertraline- and MirtazapineInduced Severe Neutropenia 1386
RAKESH KARMACHARYA, MARI MINO, and WILLIAM F. PIRL Clozapine-Induced Eosinophilic Colitis 13861387
JEAN ADDINGTON and DONALD ADDINGTON Clinical Trials During the Prodromal Stage of Schizophrenia 1387
COLIN O’DONNELL and TIM STEPHENS The Significance of Homocysteine Levels in Schizophrenia 1387-1388
DONALD C. GOFF Dr. Goff and Colleagues Reply 1388
ANDREW J. DWORK, GORAZD ROSOKLIJA, and LIESL B. JONES Reduced Spinophilin in Schizophrenia 1389
AMANDA J. LAW, CYNTHIA SHANNON WEICKERT, THOMAS M. HYDE, JOEL E. KLEINMAN, and PAUL J.
HARRISON Dr. Law and Colleagues Reply 1389-1390
MARK S. GOLD, KIMBERLY FROST-PINEDA, and RICHARD J. MELKER Physician Suicide and Drug Abuse
1390
EVA SCHERNHAMMER Dr. Schernhammer Replies 1390
RYAN M. CARNAHAN and PAUL J. PERRY Methodological Concerns in a Trial of Ziprasidone and Olanzapine
1391
DAVID E. ROSS Methodological Concerns in a Trial of Ziprasidone and Olanzapine 1391
GEORGE M. SIMPSON Dr. Simpson Replies 1391-1392
LIEUWE de HAAN and NICO van BEVEREN Olanzapine and Haloperidol for Residual Symptoms 1392-1393
ROBERT W. BUCHANAN, M. PATRICIA BALL, and ELAINE WEINER Dr. Buchanan and Colleagues Reply 1393
JACK C. SCHOENHOLTZ Origin of the Term "Schizophrenia" 1393
Book Forum:
SAXBY PRIDMORE The Neurological Basis of Pain 1394
FRANCINE M. BENES Neurology for the Non-Neurologist, 5th ed. 1394-1395
ROBERT HOWARD Neuropsychiatric Assessment 1395
RICHARD B. MAKOVER Sleep Medicine in Clinical Practice 1395-1396
DAVID V. FORREST Brain Dynamics and Mental Disorders: Project for a Scientific Psychiatry 1396-1397
MARK H. FLEISHER The Mind: Its Nature and Origin 1397
MARY V. SEEMAN The Philosophy of Psychiatry: A Companion 1397
WILLIAM M. GREENBERG The Biopsychosocial Approach: Past, Present, Future 1398
LAURA L. POST Mind, Meaning, and Mental Disorder: The Nature of Causal Explanation in Psychology and
Psychiatry, 2nd ed. 1398-1399
TRUCE T. ORDOÑA Feeling Good: The Science of Well-Being 1399
DONALD M. HILTY, BLYTHE A. CORBETT, and PIERRE LAVENEX Affect Dysregulation and Disorders of the
Self 1399-1400
GORDON PARKER Experiences of Depression: Theoretical, Clinical, and Research Perspectives 1400
American journal of psychiatry, n 8 vol 162, 2005
Editorials: Nora D. Volkow What Do We Know About Drug Addiction? 1401-1402
Reviews and Overviews:
Peter W. Kalivas and Nora D. Volkow The Neural Basis of Addiction: A Pathology of Motivation and Choice 14031413
Steven E. Hyman Addiction: A Disease of Learning and Memory 1414-1422
Charles P. O’Brien Anticraving Medications for Relapse Prevention: A Possible New Class of Psychoactive
Medications 1423-1431
Frank J. Vocci, Jane Acri, and Ahmed Elkashef Medication Development for Addictive Disorders: The State of the
Science 1432-1440
Wade H. Berrettini and Caryn E. Lerman Pharmacotherapy and Pharmacogenetics of Nicotine Dependence 1441-1451
Kathleen M. Carroll and Lisa S. Onken Behavioral Therapies for Drug Abuse 1452-1460
Terry L. Jernigan, Anthony C. Gamst, Sarah L. Archibald, Christine Fennema-Notestine, Monica Rivera Mindt,
Thomas L. Marcotte, Robert K. Heaton, Ronald J. Ellis, and Igor Grant Effects of Methamphetamine Dependence and
HIV Infection on Cerebral Morphology 1461-1472
Michael A. Nader and Paul W. Czoty PET Imaging of Dopamine D2 Receptors in Monkey Models of Cocaine Abuse:
Genetic Predisposition Versus Environmental Modulation 1473-1482
Kathleen T. Brady and Rajita Sinha Co-Occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders: The Neurobiological Effects
of Chronic Stress 1483-1493
Wilson M. Compton, Yonette F. Thomas, Kevin P. Conway, and James D. Colliver Developments in the Epidemiology
of Drug Use and Drug Use Disorders 1494-1502
Images in Neuroscience:Michael W. Vogel Cell Death 1503
Introspections:Paul Croarkin Group Therapy in a Combat Zone? 1504-381505
Images in Psychiatry:Vladimir Lerner and Eliezer Witztum Vladimir Bekhterev, 1857–1927 1506
New Research
Efrat Aharonovich, Xinhua Liu, Sharon Samet, Edward Nunes, Rachel Waxman, and Deborah Hasin
Postdischarge Cannabis Use and Its Relationship to Cocaine, Alcohol, and Heroin Use: A Prospective Study 1507-1514
Andreas Heinz, Thomas Siessmeier, Jana Wrase, Hans Georg Buchholz, Gerhard Gründer, Yoshitaka Kumakura, Paul
Cumming, Mathias Schreckenberger, Michael N. Smolka, Frank Rösch, Karl Mann, and Peter Bartenstein
Correlation of Alcohol Craving With Striatal Dopamine Synthesis Capacity and D2/3 Receptor Availability: A
Combined [18F]DOPA and [18F]DMFP PET Study in Detoxified Alcoholic Patients 1515-1520
Mayur M. Desai, Robert A. Rosenheck, and Thomas J. Craig
Screening for Alcohol Use Disorders Among Medical Outpatients: The Influence of Individual and Facility
Characteristics 1521-1526
Brief Reports:
Beng-Choon Ho, Daniel Alicata, Carmencita Mola, and Nancy C. Andreasen
Hippocampus Volume and Treatment Delays in First-Episode Schizophrenia 1527-1529
Neil P. Mills, Melissa P. DelBello, Caleb M. Adler, and Stephen M. Strakowski
MRI Analysis of Cerebellar Vermal Abnormalities in Bipolar Disorder 1530-1533
Yuri Rassovsky, Michael F. Green, Keith H. Nuechterlein, Bruno Breitmeyer, and Jim Mintz
Modulation of Attention During Visual Masking in Schizophrenia 1533-1535
George M. Simpson, Peter Weiden, Theresa Pigott, Stephen Murray, Cynthia O. Siu, and Steven J. Romano
Six-Month, Blinded, Multicenter Continuation Study of Ziprasidone Versus Olanzapine in Schizophrenia 1535-1538
Jay Nierenberg, Dean F. Salisbury, James J. Levitt, Elizabeth A. David, Robert W. McCarley, and Martha E. Shenton
Reduced Left Angular Gyrus Volume in First-Episode Schizophrenia 1539-1541
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
DANA KOBER and GLEN O. GABBARD Topiramate-Induced Psychosis 1542
REBECCA WAHL and ROBERT OSTROFF Reversal of Symptomatic Hyperprolactinemia by Aripiprazole 1542-1543
KENAN M. PENASKOVIC, SIDDHARTHA ANNAMRAJU, and JOHN E. KRAUS Clozapine-Induced Allergic
Vasculitis 1543-1542
RAYMOND BUNCH, MARSHALL THOMAS, and NORMAN BUNCH Smokeless Tobacco for a NicotineDependent Schizoaffective Patient 1543-1544
LIEUWE de HAAN, JULES LAVALAYE, JAN BOOIJ, and DON LINSZEN
Comfort, Self-Confidence, Safety, and Dopamine D2 Receptor Occupancy by Antipsychotics 1544-1545
VENKATASUBRAMANIAN GANESAN, MIKE D. HUNTER, and SEAN A. SPENCE Schneiderian First-Rank
Symptoms and Right Parietal Hyperactivation: A Replication Using fMRI 1545
S. NASSIR GHAEMI and FREDERICK K. GOODWIN Antidepressants for Bipolar Depression 1545-1546
JEFFREY C. FETTER and KATHLEEN D. ASKLAND Antidepressants for Bipolar Depression 1546
ROBERT M.A. HIRSCHFELD, LAURA J. FOCHTMANN, and JOHN S. MCINTYRE Antidepressants for Bipolar
Depression 1546-1547
HARM J. GIJSMAN, JOHN R. GEDDES, JENNIFER M. RENDELL, GUY M. GOODWIN, and WILLEM A.
NOLEN Dr. Gijsman and Colleagues Reply 1547-1548
LANCE P. LONGO Extended-Release Divalproex Sodium for Patients With Side Effects From Delayed-Release
Divalproex Sodium 1548-1549
JITENDER SAREEN and KURT SKAKUM Defining the Core Processes of Psychotherapy 1549
BERNARD D. BEITMAN Defining the Core Processes of Psychotherapy 1549-1550
JANIS L. CUTLER, ADAM GOLDYNE, JOHN C. MARKOWITZ, MICHAEL J. DEVLIN, and ROBERT A. GLICK
Dr. Cutler and Colleagues Reply 1550
THOMAS A. WIDIGER and TIMOTHY J. TRULL A Simplistic Understanding of the Five-Factor Model 1550-1551
JONATHAN SHEDLER and DREW WESTEN Drs. Shedler and Westen Reply 1551
DONALD MENDER The "Infallibility" of Psychopathology 1551-1552
GEORGE S. ALEXOPOULOS Dr. Alexopoulos Replies 1552
Book Forum:
RACHEL G. KLEIN Hidden From the Holocaust: Stories of Resilient Children Who Survived and Thrived 1553
ANDRÉS MARTIN and WANJIKU NJOROGE Resilience and Vulnerability: Adaptation in the Context of Childhood
Adversities 1553-1554
FRANCES R. FRANKENBURG Dementia: Presentations, Differential Diagnosis, and Nosology, 2nd ed. 1554-1555
PETER V. RABINS Comprehensive Textbook of Geriatric Psychiatry, 3rd ed. 1555-1556
SHEILA B. BLUME Marijuana and Madness 1556
TIMOTHY W. FONG A Handbook on Drug and Alcohol Abuse: The Biomedical Aspects, 4th ed. 1556-1557
SADIQ Al-SAMARRAI and SANJAY GUPTA Neurological Aspects of Substance Abuse, 2nd ed. 1557
WILLIAM R. FLYNN Treating Alcohol and Drug Abuse: An Evidence Based Review 1557-1558
THOMAS A. WIDIGER Paradigms of Personality Assessment 1558-1559
PAUL S. LINKS Practical Management of Personality Disorder 1559
APA Official Actions: 2004 Annual Report of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc. 1560-1563
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc. Report on the 2004 Examinations 1564-1574
American journal of psychiatry, n 9, vol 162, 2005
Editorials: Andrés Martin The Hard Work of Growing Up With ADHD 1575-1577
Reviews and Overviews:
Susan Hatters Friedman, Sarah McCue Horwitz, and Phillip J. Resnick Child Murder by Mothers: A Critical Analysis
of the Current State of Knowledge and a Research Agenda 1578-1587
Alex J. Mitchell and Hari Subramaniam Prognosis of Depression in Old Age Compared to Middle Age: A Systematic
Review of Comparative Studies 1588-1601
Introspections:James W. Lomax Psychological Birth of the Human Grandfather, a Sometimes Complicated Delivery
1602-1603
Images in Psychiatry:Richard D. Milone Saint Vincent’s Hospital Westchester 1604
New Research
Chandan J. Vaidya, Silvia A. Bunge, Nicole M. Dudukovic, Christine A. Zalecki, Glen R. Elliott, and John D.E.
Gabrieli
Altered Neural Substrates of Cognitive Control in Childhood ADHD: Evidence From Functional Magnetic Resonance
Imaging 1605-1613
James J. Hudziak, Eske M. Derks, Robert R. Althoff, David C. Rettew, and Dorret I. Boomsma
The Genetic and Environmental Contributions to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder as Measured by the Conners’
Rating Scales—Revised 1614-1620
James J. McGough, Susan L. Smalley, James T. McCracken, May Yang, Melissa Del’Homme, Deborah E. Lynn, and
Sandra Loo
Psychiatric Comorbidity in Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Findings From Multiplex Families 16211627
Peter S. Jensen, Joe Albert Garcia, Sherry Glied, Maura Crowe, Mike Foster, Michael Schlander, Stephen Hinshaw,
Benedetto Vitiello, L. Eugene Arnold, Glen Elliott, Lily Hechtman, Jeffrey H. Newcorn, William E. Pelham, James
Swanson, and Karen Wells
Cost-Effectiveness of ADHD Treatments: Findings From the Multimodal Treatment Study of Children With ADHD
1628-1636
Simerjit Kaur, Roberto B. Sassi, David Axelson, Mark Nicoletti, Paolo Brambilla, E. Serap Monkul, John P. Hatch,
Matcheri S. Keshavan, Neal Ryan, Boris Birmaher, and Jair C. Soares
Cingulate Cortex Anatomical Abnormalities in Children and Adolescents With Bipolar Disorder 1637-1643
Erin B. McClure, Julia E. Treland, Joseph Snow, Mariana Schmajuk, Daniel P. Dickstein, Kenneth E. Towbin, Dennis
S. Charney, Daniel S. Pine, and Ellen Leibenluft
Deficits in Social Cognition and Response Flexibility in Pediatric Bipolar Disorder 1644-1651
Susanne Wicks, Anders Hjern, David Gunnell, Glyn Lewis, and Christina Dalman
Social Adversity in Childhood and the Risk of Developing Psychosis: A National Cohort Study 1652-1657
Courtney Shannon, Melanie L. Schwandt, Maribeth Champoux, Susan E. Shoaf, Stephen J. Suomi, Markku Linnoila,
and James D. Higley
Maternal Absence and Stability of Individual Differences in CSF 5-HIAA Concentrations in Rhesus Monkey Infants
1658-1664
Roselind Lieb, Thomas Bronisch, Michael Höfler, Andrea Schreier, and Hans-Ulrich Wittchen
Maternal Suicidality and Risk of Suicidality in Offspring: Findings From a Community Study 1665-1671
J. John Mann, Jonathan Bortinger, Maria A. Oquendo, Dianne Currier, Shuhua Li, and David A. Brent
Family History of Suicidal Behavior and Mood Disorders in Probands With Mood Disorders 1672-1679
Alan C. Swann, Donald M. Dougherty, Peggy J. Pazzaglia, Mary Pham, Joel L. Steinberg, and F. Gerard Moeller
Increased Impulsivity Associated With Severity of Suicide Attempt History in Patients With Bipolar Disorder 16801687
Martin J. Mahon, John P. Tobin, Denis A. Cusack, Cecily Kelleher, and Kevin M. Malone
Suicide Among Regular-Duty Military Personnel: A Retrospective Case-Control Study of Occupation-Specific Risk
Factors for Workplace Suicide 1688-1696
Stephen M. Strakowski, Caleb M. Adler, Scott K. Holland, Neil P. Mills, Melissa P. DelBello, and James C. Eliassen
Abnormal fMRI Brain Activation in Euthymic Bipolar Disorder Patients During a Counting Stroop Interference Task
1697-1705
William Coryell, Peg Nopoulos, Wayne Drevets, Thomine Wilson, and Nancy C. Andreasen
Subgenual Prefrontal Cortex Volumes in Major Depressive Disorder and Schizophrenia: Diagnostic Specificity and
Prognostic Implications 1706-1712
Janette Beals, Spero M. Manson, Nancy R. Whitesell, Christina M. Mitchell, Douglas K. Novins, Sylvia Simpson, Paul
Spicer, and American Indian Service Utilization, Psychiatric Epidemiology, Risk and Protective Factors Project Team
Prevalence of Major Depressive Episode in Two American Indian Reservation Populations: Unexpected Findings With
a Structured Interview 1713-1722
Janette Beals, Douglas K. Novins, Nancy R. Whitesell, Paul Spicer, Christina M. Mitchell, Spero M. Manson, and
American Indian Service Utilization, Psychiatric Epidemiology, Risk and Protective Factors Project Team
Prevalence of Mental Disorders and Utilization of Mental Health Services in Two American Indian Reservation
Populations: Mental Health Disparities in a National Context 1723-1732
Brief Reports:
Serge A. Mitelman, William Byne, Eileen M. Kemether, Erin A. Hazlett, and Monte S. Buchsbaum
Metabolic Disconnection Between the Mediodorsal Nucleus of the Thalamus and Cortical Brodmann’s Areas of the
Left Hemisphere in Schizophrenia 1733-1735
Hywel J. Williams, Beate Glaser, Nigel M. Williams, Nadine Norton, Stanley Zammit, Stuart Macgregor, George K.
Kirov, Michael J. Owen, and Michael C. O’Donovan
No Association Between Schizophrenia and Polymorphisms in COMT in Two Large Samples 1736-1738
Guy Neeman, Monica Blanaru, Boaz Bloch, Ilana Kremer, Marina Ermilov, Daniel C. Javitt, and Uriel Heresco-Levy
Relation of Plasma Glycine, Serine, and Homocysteine Levels to Schizophrenia Symptoms and Medication Type 17381740
Gregory A. Light and David L. Braff
Stability of Mismatch Negativity Deficits and Their Relationship to Functional Impairments in Chronic Schizophrenia
1741-1743
Karen A. Graham, Hongbin Gu, Jeffrey A. Lieberman, Joyce B. Harp, and Diana O. Perkins
Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Investigation of Amantadine for Weight Loss in Subjects Who Gained Weight With
Olanzapine 1744-1746
Ellen S. Herbener, S. Kristian Hill, Robert W. Marvin, and John A. Sweeney
Effects of Antipsychotic Treatment on Emotion Perception Deficits in First-Episode Schizophrenia 1746-1748
Thomas W. McAllister, C. Harker Rhodes, Laura A. Flashman, Brenna C. McDonald, Dorothy Belloni, and Andrew J.
Saykin
Effect of the Dopamine D2 Receptor T Allele on Response Latency After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury 1749-1751
Nicholas C. Stefanis, Jim van Os, Dimitrios Avramopoulos, Nikolaos Smyrnis, Ioannis Evdokimidis, and Costas N.
Stefanis
Effect of COMT Val158Met Polymorphism on the Continuous Performance Test, Identical Pairs Version: Tuning
Rather Than Improving Performance 1752-1754
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
LIEUWE de HAAN, JAN BOOIJ, JULES LAVALYE, T. van AMELSVOORT, and DON LINSZEN Subjective
Experiences During Dopamine Depletion 1755
M.Z. HUSSAIN, WAQAR WAHEED, and SEEMA HUSSAIN Intravenous Quetiapine Abuse 1755-1756
JAMES CURTIS WEST and STEVEN J. BRASINGTON Complications From Olanzapine in a Mentally Healthy
Patient 1756
JEFFREY J. WEISS and JACK M. GORMAN Antidepressant Adherence and Suicide Risk in Depressed Youth 17561757
ANOUK L. GRUBAUGH, B. CHRISTOPHER FRUEH, and KATHRYN M. MAGRUDER Research Participants and
Questions About Sexual Trauma 1757-1758
WEN-HUNG KUO Body Image of Taiwanese Men Versus Western Men 1758
JEFFREY L. GELLER A View of American Psychiatry 1758-1759
LAURA D. HIRSHBEIN Dr. Hirshbein Replies 1759
RICHARD M. WAUGAMAN Substance Abuse and Borderline Personality Disorder 1759
MARY C. ZANARINI and FRANCES R. FRANKENBURG Drs. Zanarini and Frankenburg Reply 1759-1760
LEON EISENBERG Which Image for Lorenz? 1760
FRANCINE M. BENES Dr. Benes Replies 1760
JANINA R. GALLER, DEBORAH WABER, ROBERT HARRISON, and FRANK RAMSEY Behavioral Effects of
Childhood Malnutrition 1760-1761
JIANGHONG LIU, ADRIAN RAINE, PETER H. VENABLES, and SARNOFF A. MEDNICK Dr. Liu and Colleagues
Reply 1761
BERNARD J. CARROLL Citalopram and the Curate’s Egg in Geriatric Depression 1762
DAVID E. NESS ECT in Patients With Depression and Borderline Personality Disorder 1762
ULRIKE FESKE, BENOIT H. MULSANT, PAUL A. PILKONIS, PAUL SOLOFF, DIANE DOLATA, HAROLD A.
SACKEIM, and ROGER F. HASKETT Dr. Feske and Colleagues Reply 1762-1763
ROBERT PAUL LIBERMAN and ALEX KOPELOWICZ Sustained Remission of Schizophrenia 1763
DILIP V. JESTE, LISA A. AUSLANDER, and SHAHROKH GOLSHAN Dr. Jeste and Colleagues Reply
1763-1764
MARIA B. ISAAC and MICHAEL T. ISAAC Olanzapine and Weight Gain 1764-1765
KAREN A. GRAHAM and DIANA O. PERKINS Drs. Graham and Perkins Reply 1765
Book Forum:
PAUL GENOVA Influential Papers From the 1920s 1766-1767
RICHARD D. CHESSICK The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Psychoanalysis 1767-1768
RICHARD M. WAUGAMAN and ADELE WAUGAMAN Broken Spirits: The Treatment of Traumatized Asylum
Seekers, Refugees, and War and Torture Victims 1768-1769
FREDERIC FLACH Trauma and Health: Physical Consequences of Exposure to Extreme Stress 1769-1770
HOWARD S. SUDAK Clinical Manual for Assessment and Treatment of Suicidal Patients 1770-1771
ROBERT O. PASNAU Field Guide to Psychiatric Assessment and Treatment 1771
PHILIP G. JANICAK Prescribing Mental Health Medication: The Practitioner’s Guide 1771
PAUL E. RUSKIN Virtual Reality Therapy for Anxiety Disorders: Advances in Evaluation and Treatment 1772
CARL P. MALMQUIST Neuroscience and the Law: Brain, Mind, and the Scales of Justice 1772-1773
RALPH SLOVENKO Handbook of Forensic Psychology: Resource for Mental Health and Legal Professionals 17731774
American journal of psychiatry, n 10, vol 162, 2005
Editorials:Raquel E. Gur Closing in on Schizophrenia 1783-1784
Reviews and Overviews:
Diana O. Perkins, Hongbin Gu, Kalina Boteva, and Jeffrey A. Lieberman Relationship Between Duration of Untreated
Psychosis and Outcome in First-Episode Schizophrenia: A Critical Review and Meta-Analysis 1785-1804
Andrea Cipriani, Heather Pretty, Keith Hawton, and John R. Geddes Lithium in the Prevention of Suicidal Behavior
and All-Cause Mortality in Patients With Mood Disorders: A Systematic Review of Randomized Trials 1805-1819
Introspections:David V. Forrest The Librarians 1820-1822
Images in Psychiatry:William H. Nelson and William A. Brennan Augusta Mental Health Institute, 1840–2004 1823
New Research
Ayman H. Fanous, Edwin J. van den Oord, Brien P. Riley, Steven H. Aggen, Michael C. Neale, F. Anthony O’Neill,
Dermot Walsh, and Kenneth S. Kendler
Relationship Between a High-Risk Haplotype in the DTNBP1 (Dysbindin) Gene and Clinical Features of Schizophrenia
1824-1832
John G. Kerns, Jonathan D. Cohen, Angus W. MacDonald, III, Melissa K. Johnson, V. Andrew Stenger, Howard
Aizenstein, and Cameron S. Carter
Decreased Conflict- and Error-Related Activity in the Anterior Cingulate Cortex in Subjects With Schizophrenia 18331839
J. Daniel Ragland, Ruben C. Gur, Jeffrey N. Valdez, James Loughead, Mark Elliott, Christian Kohler, Stephen Kanes,
Steven J. Siegel, Stephen T. Moelter, and Raquel E. Gur
Levels-of-Processing Effect on Frontotemporal Function in Schizophrenia During Word Encoding and Recognition
1840-1848
Hao-Yang Tan, Wei-Chieh Choo, Calvin S.L. Fones, and Michael W.L. Chee
fMRI Study of Maintenance and Manipulation Processes Within Working Memory in First-Episode Schizophrenia
1849-1858
Sarah M. Clinton, Hisham M. Ibrahim, Kirk A. Frey, Kenneth L. Davis, Vahram Haroutunian, and James H. MeadorWoodruff
Dopaminergic Abnormalities in Select Thalamic Nuclei in Schizophrenia: Involvement of the Intracellular Signal
Integrating Proteins Calcyon and Spinophilin 1859-1871
Alison Kopelman, Nancy C. Andreasen, and Peg Nopoulos
Morphology of the Anterior Cingulate Gyrus in Patients With Schizophrenia: Relationship to Typical Neuroleptic
Exposure 1872-1878
Alan Breier, Paul H. Berg, Jogin H. Thakore, Dieter Naber, Wagner F. Gattaz, Patrizia Cavazzoni, Daniel J. Walker,
Suraja M. Roychowdhury, and John M. Kane
Olanzapine Versus Ziprasidone: Results of a 28-Week Double-Blind Study in Patients With Schizophrenia 1879-1887
Philip D. Harvey, Jonathan Rabinowitz, Marielle Eerdekens, and Michael Davidson
Treatment of Cognitive Impairment in Early Psychosis: A Comparison of Risperidone and Haloperidol in a Large
Long-Term Trial 1888-1895
Vivian Mitropoulou, Phillip D. Harvey, Gayle Zegarelli, Antonia S. New, Jeremy M. Silverman, and Larry J. Siever
Neuropsychological Performance in Schizotypal Personality Disorder: Importance of Working Memory 1896-1903
Jari Tiihonen, Jari Haukka, Markus Henriksson, Mary Cannon, Tuula Kieseppä, Ilmo Laaksonen, Juhani Sinivuo, and
Jouko Lönnqvist
Premorbid Intellectual Functioning in Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia: Results From a Cohort Study of Male
Conscripts 1904-1910
Mark Zimmerman, Louis Rothschild, and Iwona Chelminski
The Prevalence of DSM-IV Personality Disorders in Psychiatric Outpatients 1911-1918
Andrew E. Skodol, John M. Oldham, Donna S. Bender, Ingrid R. Dyck, Robert L. Stout, Leslie C. Morey, M. Tracie
Shea, Mary C. Zanarini, Charles A. Sanislow, Carlos M. Grilo, Thomas H. McGlashan, and John G. Gunderson
Dimensional Representations of DSM-IV Personality Disorders: Relationships to Functional Impairment 1919-1925
Jeffrey G. Johnson, Michael B. First, Patricia Cohen, Andrew E. Skodol, Stephanie Kasen, and Judith S. Brook
Adverse Outcomes Associated With Personality Disorder Not Otherwise Specified in a Community Sample 1926-1932
Bo Vinnars, Jacques P. Barber, Kristina Norén, Robert Gallop, and Robert M. Weinryb
Manualized Supportive-Expressive Psychotherapy Versus Nonmanualized Community-Delivered Psychodynamic
Therapy for Patients With Personality Disorders: Bridging Efficacy and Effectiveness 1933-1940
Margareth I. Helgeland, Ellen Kjelsberg, and Svenn Torgersen
Continuities Between Emotional and Disruptive Behavior Disorders in Adolescence and Personality Disorders in
Adulthood 1941-1947
Judith A. Cook, Anthony F. Lehman, Robert Drake, William R. McFarlane, Paul B. Gold, H. Stephen Leff, Crystal
Blyler, Marcia G. Toprac, Lisa A. Razzano, Jane K. Burke-Miller, Laura Blankertz, Michael Shafer, Susan A. PickettSchenk, and Dennis D. Grey
Integration of Psychiatric and Vocational Services: A Multisite Randomized, Controlled Trial of Supported
Employment 1948-1956
Roy H. Perlis, Clifford S. Perlis, Yelena Wu, Cindy Hwang, Megan Joseph, and Andrew A. Nierenberg
Industry Sponsorship and Financial Conflict of Interest in the Reporting of Clinical Trials in Psychiatry 1957-1960
Brief Reports:
Jorge L. Armony, Vincent Corbo, Marie-Hélène Clément, and Alain Brunet
Amygdala Response in Patients With Acute PTSD to Masked and Unmasked Emotional Facial Expressions 1961-1963
Monica E. Calkins, Ruben C. Gur, J. Daniel Ragland, and Raquel E. Gur
Face Recognition Memory Deficits and Visual Object Memory Performance in Patients With Schizophrenia and Their
Relatives 1963-1966
Handan Gunduz-Bruce, Marjorie McMeniman, Delbert G. Robinson, Margaret G. Woerner, John M. Kane, Nina R.
Schooler, and Jeffrey A. Lieberman
Duration of Untreated Psychosis and Time to Treatment Response for Delusions and Hallucinations 1966-1969
Jessica R. Cohen, Brita Elvevåg, and Terry E. Goldberg
Cognitive Control and Semantics in Schizophrenia: An Integrated Approach 1969-1971
Ryan J. Kimmel, Ildiko Kovacs, Cathy Vrabel, Barry Wood, Martin Schalling, and John R. Kelsoe
Cosegregation of Bipolar Disorder and Autosomal-Dominant Medullary Cystic Kidney Disease in a Large Family
1972-1974
Tristan Gorrindo, R.J.R. Blair, Salima Budhani, Daniel P. Dickstein, Daniel S. Pine, and Ellen Leibenluft
Deficits on a Probabilistic Response-Reversal Task in Patients With Pediatric Bipolar Disorder 1975-1977
Gregory K. Brown, Robert A. Steer, Gregg R. Henriques, and Aaron T. Beck
The Internal Struggle Between the Wish to Die and the Wish to Live: A Risk Factor for Suicide 1977-1979
Luke Clark, Antonina Sarna, and Guy M. Goodwin
Impairment of Executive Function But Not Memory in First-Degree Relatives of Patients With Bipolar I Disorder and
in Euthymic Patients With Unipolar Depression 1980-1982
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
JOHN J. MARIANI and CARL L. HART Psychosis Associated With Modafinil and Shift Work 1983
NADER OSKOOILAR A Case of Premature Ventricular Contractions With Modafinil 1983-1984
DAVID ESPOSITO, HÉLÈNE BROCVIELLE, LAURENT BECQUEMONT, PATRICK HARDY, GUY
CHOUINARD, and EMMANUELLE CORRUBLE Risperidone-Induced Immunoallergic Hepatitis 1984
PHILIP SEEMAN An Update of Fast-Off Dopamine D2 Atypical Antipsychotics 1984-1985
JAY JOSEPH Research Paradigms of Psychiatric Genetics 1985
KENNETH S. KENDLER Dr. Kendler Replies 1985-1986
Book Forum:
RAJIV TANDON Progress in Dopamine Research in Schizophrenia: A Guide for Physicians 1987
JAMES ALLEN WILCOX and ALEKSANDR GAZAROV Catatonia: From Psychopathology to Neurobiology 19871988
STEPHEN L. WASHBURN Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and Their Families, 2nd ed. 1988-1989
HARRIET P. LEFLEY Community Mental Health Teams: A Guide to Current Practices 1989-1990
JUDITH H. GOLD The Art and Science of Brief Psychotherapies: A Practitioner’s Guide 1990
SCOTT WETZLER Personality-Guided Therapy in Behavioral Medicine 1990-1991
WILLIAM S. KREMEN Behavior Genetics Principles: Perspectives in Development, Personality, and Psychopathology
1991
EDWARD J. KHANTZIAN Pathological Gambling: A Clinical Guide to Treatment 1992
American journal of psychiatry, n 11, vol 162, 2005
Editorials:Susan K. Schultz The Neuropsychiatry of Aging 1993-1995
Reviews and Overviews:
Gill Livingston, Kate Johnston, Cornelius Katona, Joni Paton, Constantine G. Lyketsos, and Old Age Task Force of the
World Federation of Biological Psychiatry Systematic Review of Psychological Approaches to the Management of
Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Dementia 1996-2021
Susan A. Ropacki and Dilip V. Jeste Epidemiology of and Risk Factors for Psychosis of Alzheimer’s Disease: A
Review of 55 Studies Published From 1990 to 2003 2022-2030
Introspections:Richard G. Druss Egg on Your Face 2031-2032
Clinical Case Conference:John O. Brooks, III and Jennifer C. Hoblyn Secondary Mania in Older Adults 2033-2038
Images in Psychiatry:A. Scott Dowling George Engel, M.D. (1913–1999) 2039
Presidential Papers: 2005:Michelle Riba Presidential Address 2040-2044
Steven S. Sharfstein Response to the Presidential Address: Advocacy for Our Patients and Our Profession 2045-2047
John F. Greden Michelle Riba, M.D., M.S., 131st President, 2004–2005 2048
New Research
Rebecca L. Gould, Richard G. Brown, Adrian M. Owen, Edward T. Bullmore, Steven C.R. Williams, and Robert J.
Howard
Functional Neuroanatomy of Successful Paired Associate Learning in Alzheimer’s Disease 2049-2060
Ulderico Freo, Emiliano Ricciardi, Pietro Pietrini, Mark B. Schapiro, Stanley I. Rapoport, and Maura L. Furey
Pharmacological Modulation of Prefrontal Cortical Activity During a Working Memory Task in Young and Older
Humans: A PET Study With Physostigmine 2061-2070
Peter Schönknecht, Johannes Pantel, Andreas Kruse, and Johannes Schröder
Prevalence and Natural Course of Aging-Associated Cognitive Decline in a Population-Based Sample of Young-Old
Subjects 2071-2077
Nils Peters, Christian Opherk, Adrian Danek, Clive Ballard, Jürgen Herzog, and Martin Dichgans
The Pattern of Cognitive Performance in CADASIL: A Monogenic Condition Leading to Subcortical Ischemic
Vascular Dementia 2078-2085
Sergio E. Starkstein, Ricardo Jorge, Romina Mizrahi, and Robert G. Robinson
The Construct of Minor and Major Depression in Alzheimer’s Disease 2086-2093
Paul S. Appelbaum, Richard J. Bonnie, and Jason H. Karlawish
The Capacity to Vote of Persons With Alzheimer’s Disease 2094-2100
Thomas G. Schulze, Stephanie Ohlraun, Piotr M. Czerski, Johannes Schumacher, Layla Kassem, Monika Deschner,
Magdalena Gross, Monja Tullius, Vivien Heidmann, Svetlana Kovalenko, Rami Abou Jamra, Tim Becker, Anna
Leszczynska-Rodziewicz, Joanna Hauser, Thomas Illig, Norman Klopp, Stefan Wellek, Sven Cichon, Fritz A. Henn,
Francis J. McMahon, Wolfgang Maier, Peter Propping, Markus M. Nöthen, and Marcella Rietschel
Genotype-Phenotype Studies in Bipolar Disorder Showing Association Between the DAOA/G30 Locus and Persecutory
Delusions: A First Step Toward a Molecular Genetic Classification of Psychiatric Phenotypes 2101-2108
Roberto B. Sassi, Jeffrey A. Stanley, David Axelson, Paolo Brambilla, Mark A. Nicoletti, Matcheri S. Keshavan,
Renato T. Ramos, Neal Ryan, Boris Birmaher, and Jair C. Soares
Reduced NAA Levels in the Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex of Young Bipolar Patients 2109-2115
A. Dumais, A.D. Lesage, M. Alda, G. Rouleau, M. Dumont, N. Chawky, M. Roy, J.J. Mann, C. Benkelfat, and
Gustavo Turecki
Risk Factors for Suicide Completion in Major Depression: A Case-Control Study of Impulsive and Aggressive
Behaviors in Men 2116-2124
Dean G. Cruess, Steven D. Douglas, John M. Petitto, Thomas Ten Have, David Gettes, Benoit Dubé, Mark Cary, and
Dwight L. Evans
Association of Resolution of Major Depression With Increased Natural Killer Cell Activity Among HIV-Seropositive
Women 2125-2130
Ivan W. Miller, Gabor I. Keitner, Christine E. Ryan, David A. Solomon, Esteban V. Cardemil, and Christopher G.
Beevers
Treatment Matching in the Posthospital Care of Depressed Patients 2131-2138
Christian Otte, Thomas C. Neylan, Sharon S. Pipkin, Warren S. Browner, and Mary A. Whooley
Depressive Symptoms and 24-Hour Urinary Norepinephrine Excretion Levels in Patients With Coronary Disease:
Findings From the Heart and Soul Study 2139-2145
Mark Olfson, Amar K. Das, Marc J. Gameroff, Daniel Pilowsky, Adriana Feder, Raz Gross, Rafael Lantigua, Steven
Shea, and Myrna M. Weissman
Bipolar Depression in a Low-Income Primary Care Clinic 2146-2151
Joseph R. Calabrese, Melvin D. Shelton, Daniel J. Rapport, Eric A. Youngstrom, Kelly Jackson, Sarah Bilali, Stephen
J. Ganocy, and Robert L. Findling
A 20-Month, Double-Blind, Maintenance Trial of Lithium Versus Divalproex in Rapid-Cycling Bipolar Disorder 21522161
D. Jeffrey Newport, Adele C. Viguera, Aquila J. Beach, James C. Ritchie, Lee S. Cohen, and Zachary N. Stowe
Lithium Placental Passage and Obstetrical Outcome: Implications for Clinical Management During Late Pregnancy
2162-2170
Brief Reports:
Kristine Erickson, Wayne C. Drevets, Luke Clark, Dara M. Cannon, Earle E. Bain, Carlos A. Zarate, Jr., Dennis S.
Charney, and Barbara J. Sahakian
Mood-Congruent Bias in Affective Go/No-Go Performance of Unmedicated Patients With Major Depressive Disorder
2171-2173
Jeffrey A. Bridge, Rémy P. Barbe, Boris Birmaher, David J. Kolko, and David A. Brent
Emergent Suicidality in a Clinical Psychotherapy Trial for Adolescent Depression 2173-2175
Paul A. Boelen and Jan van den Bout
Complicated Grief, Depression, and Anxiety as Distinct Postloss Syndromes: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis Study
2175-2177
Margaret Stroebe, Wolfgang Stroebe, and Georgios Abakoumkin
The Broken Heart: Suicidal Ideation in Bereavement 2178-2180
Gregg Henriques, Amy Wenzel, Gregory K. Brown, and Aaron T. Beck
Suicide Attempters’ Reaction to Survival as a Risk Factor for Eventual Suicide 2180-2182
Ricardo Segurado, Judith Conroy, Eleanor Meally, Michael Fitzgerald, Michael Gill, and Louise Gallagher
Confirmation of Association Between Autism and the Mitochondrial Aspartate/Glutamate Carrier SLC25A12 Gene on
Chromosome 2q31 2182-2184
Jon E. Grant, Laura Levine, Daniel Kim, and Marc N. Potenza
Impulse Control Disorders in Adult Psychiatric Inpatients 2184-2188
David Forbes, Neanne Bennett, Dirk Biddle, David Crompton, Tony McHugh, Peter Elliott, and Mark Creamer
Clinical Presentations and Treatment Outcomes of Peacekeeper Veterans With PTSD: Preliminary Findings 2188-2190
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
SPIRIDON PAPAPETROPOULOS, STEVE WHEELER, and CARLOS SINGER Tardive Dystonia Associated With
Ziprasidone 2191
MICHAEL POYUROVSKY, RONIT WEIZMAN, ABRAHAM WEIZMAN, and LORRIN KORAN Memantine for
Treatment-Resistant OCD 2191-2192
BRUNO AOUIZERATE, CORINNE MARTIN-GUEHL, EMMANUEL CUNY, DOMINIQUE GUEHL, HELENE
AMIEVA, ABDELHAMID BENAZZOUZ, COLETTE FABRIGOULE, BERNARD BIOULAC, JEAN TIGNOL, and
PIERRE BURBAUD Deep Brain Stimulation for OCD and Major Depression 2192
MALEK BAJBOUJ, UNDINE E. LANG, PETER NEU, and ISABELLA HEUSER Therapeutic Brain Stimulation and
Cortical Excitability in Depressed Patients 2192-2193
JOHN E. CALAMARI Understanding the Heterogeneity of OCD 2193-2194
DAVID MATAIX-COLS, MARIA CONCEIÇÃO do ROSARIO-CAMPOS, and JAMES F. LECKMAN Dr. MataixCols and Colleagues Reply 2194
PETER A. SHAPIRO Heart Transplantation in a Schizophrenia Patient 2194-2195
DANIEL ANTONIUS Insight and Aggression in Schizophrenia 2195
PETER F. BUCKLEY, DEBBIE HROUDA, LEE FRIEDMAN, STEPHEN G. NOFFSINGER, PHILIP J. RESNICK,
and KELLY CAMLIN-SHINGLER Dr. Buckley and Colleagues Reply 2195
STEFAN P. KRUSZEWSKI Conclusions Inconsistent With Results With Citalopram 2195-2196
ERIC J. LENZE, BENOIT H. MULSANT, M. KATHERINE SHEAR, MARY AMANDA DEW, MARK D. MILLER,
BRUCE G. POLLOCK, and CHARLES F. REYNOLDS, III Dr. Lenze and Colleagues Reply 2196-2197
STEFAN P. KRUSZEWSKI and RICHARD PACZYNSKI Conclusions Inconsistent With Results With Amphetamines
and Divalproex 2197
RUSSELL E. SCHEFFER, ROBERT A. KOWATCH, THOMAS CARMODY, and A. JOHN RUSH Dr. Scheffer and
Colleagues Reply 2197-2198
SHANNON C. MILLER Psychiatric Effects of Ephedra: Addiction 2198
MICHAEL RACK, JAMES DAVIS, HOWARD P. ROFFWARG, ALLEN RICHERT, and ALP S. BARAN The
Multiple Sleep Latency Test in the Diagnosis of Narcolepsy 2198-2199
LOIS E. KRAHN and HEYDY L. GONZALEZ-ARRIAZA Drs. Krahn and Gonzalez-Arriaza Reply 2199
ERLEND HEM, TOR HALDORSEN, OLAF GJERLØW AASLAND, REIDAR TYSSEN, PER VAGLUM, and
ØIVIND EKEBERG Suicide Among Physicians 2199-2200
Book Forum:
LAURA A. FLASHMAN Mechanisms of Memory 2201
MING T. TSUANG Psychiatric Genetics and Genomics 2201-2202
RICHARD R.J. LEWINE Unity in Psychology: Possibility or Pipedream? 2202
C. ROBERT SHOWALTER Law and Mental Health Professionals: Kentucky 2202-2203
WILLIAM H. SLEDGE Ethics in Electroconvulsive Therapy 2203-2204
JAMES ALLEN WILCOX and DJILLALI BOUDJENAH Schizophrenia in Late Life: Aging Effects on Symptoms and
Course of Illness 2204
FÉLIX-ANTOINE BÉRUBÉ and MARC-ANDRÉ ROY Dopamine in the Pathophysiology and Treatment of
Schizophrenia: New Findings 2204-2205
American journal of psychiatry, n 12, vol 162, 2005
Editorials: Robert E. Becker PTSD: A Disorder and a Reaction 2215-2219
Reviews and Overviews:
David L. Penn, Evan J. Waldheter, Diana O. Perkins, Kim T. Mueser, and Jeffrey A. Lieberman Psychosocial
Treatment for First-Episode Psychosis: A Research Update 2220
Robyn Honea, Tim J. Crow, Dick Passingham, and Clare E. Mackay Regional Deficits in Brain Volume in
Schizophrenia: A Meta-Analysis of Voxel-Based Morphometry Studies 2233-2245
Introspections:Edmund C. Levin Messages From "Fran" 2246-2247
Images in Psychiatry:Rajko Igic Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904) 2248
New Research
Christopher G. Fairburn, Zafra Cooper, Helen A. Doll, and Beverley A. Davies
Identifying Dieters Who Will Develop an Eating Disorder: A Prospective, Population-Based Study 2249-2255
Rachel Bachner-Melman, Ada H. Zohar, Lubov Nemanov, Uriel Heresco-Levy, Inga Gritsenko, and Richard P. Ebstein
Association Between the Insulin-Like Growth Factor 2 Gene (IGF2) and Scores on the Eating Attitudes Test in
Nonclinical Subjects: A Family-Based Study 2256-2262
Pamela K. Keel, David J. Dorer, Debra L. Franko, Safia C. Jackson, and David B. Herzog
Postremission Predictors of Relapse in Women With Eating Disorders 2263-2268
Joanna Holliday, Kate Tchanturia, Sabine Landau, David Collier, and Janet Treasure
Is Impaired Set-Shifting an Endophenotype of Anorexia Nervosa? 2269-2275
Markus Heinrichs, Dieter Wagner, Walter Schoch, Leila M. Soravia, Dirk H. Hellhammer, and Ulrike Ehlert
Predicting Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms From Pretraumatic Risk Factors: A 2-Year Prospective Follow-Up Study in
Firefighters 2276-2286
Rael D. Strous, Mordechai Weiss, Irit Felsen, Boris Finkel, Yuval Melamed, Avraham Bleich, Moshe Kotler, and Dori
Laub
Video Testimony of Long-Term Hospitalized Psychiatrically Ill Holocaust Survivors 2287-2294
John Briere, Catherine Scott, and Frank Weathers
Peritraumatic and Persistent Dissociation in the Presumed Etiology of PTSD 2295-2301
Armen K. Goenjian, David Walling, Alan M. Steinberg, Ida Karayan, Louis M. Najarian, and Robert Pynoos
A Prospective Study of Posttraumatic Stress and Depressive Reactions Among Treated and Untreated Adolescents 5
Years After a Catastrophic Disaster 2302-2308
Zahava Solomon, Rami Shklar, and Mario Mikulincer
Frontline Treatment of Combat Stress Reaction: A 20-Year Longitudinal Evaluation Study 2309-2314
Chiharu Tamagaki, Göran C. Sedvall, Erik G. Jönsson, Gaku Okugawa, Håkan Hall, Stefan Pauli, and Ingrid Agartz
Altered White Matter/Gray Matter Proportions in the Striatum of Patients With Schizophrenia: A Volumetric MRI
Study 2315-2321
Beth E. Snitz, Angus MacDonald, III, Jonathan D. Cohen, Raymond Y. Cho, Theresa Becker, and Cameron S. Carter
Lateral and Medial Hypofrontality in First-Episode Schizophrenia: Functional Activity in a Medication-Naive State and
Effects of Short-Term Atypical Antipsychotic Treatment 2322-2329
Jonathan K. Wynn, Gregory A. Light, Bruno Breitmeyer, Keith H. Nuechterlein, and Michael F. Green
Event-Related Gamma Activity in Schizophrenia Patients During a Visual Backward-Masking Task 2330-2336
Silke Bachmann, Christina Bottmer, and Johannes Schröder
Neurological Soft Signs in First-Episode Schizophrenia: A Follow-Up Study 2337-2343
Dace S. Svikis, Nathan Berger, Nancy A. Haug, and Roland R. Griffiths
Caffeine Dependence in Combination With a Family History of Alcoholism as a Predictor of Continued Use of Caffeine
During Pregnancy 2344-2351
Rajesh Narendran, W. Gordon Frankle, Richard Keefe, Roberto Gil, Diana Martinez, Mark Slifstein, Lawrence S.
Kegeles, Peter S. Talbot, Yiyun Huang, Dah-Ren Hwang, Leyla Khenissi, Thomas B. Cooper, Marc Laruelle, and
Anissa Abi-Dargham
Altered Prefrontal Dopaminergic Function in Chronic Recreational Ketamine Users 2352-2359
Heather A. Berlin, Edmund T. Rolls, and Susan D. Iversen
Borderline Personality Disorder, Impulsivity, and the Orbitofrontal Cortex 2360-2373
Brief Reports:
Molly G. Willer, Paul Thuras, and Scott J. Crow Implications of the Changing Use of Hospitalization to Treat Anorexia
Nervosa 2374-2376
Andreas Ströhle, Christian Feller, Marlies Onken, Frank Godemann, Andreas Heinz, and Fernando Dimeo The Acute
Antipanic Activity of Aerobic Exercise 2376-2378
Sanjay J. Mathew, Jonathan M. Amiel, Jeremy D. Coplan, Heidi A. Fitterling, Harold A. Sackeim, and Jack M.
Gorman Open-Label Trial of Riluzole in Generalized Anxiety Disorder 2379-2381
Johannes Hamann, Rudolf Cohen, Stefan Leucht, Raymonde Busch, and Werner Kissling Do Patients With
Schizophrenia Wish to Be Involved in Decisions About Their Medical Treatment? 2382-2384
Sukhwinder S. Shergill, Gabrielle Samson, Paul M. Bays, Chris D. Frith, and Daniel M. Wolpert Evidence for Sensory
Prediction Deficits in Schizophrenia 2384-2386
Stuart W. Twemlow and Peter Fonagy The Prevalence of Teachers Who Bully Students in Schools With Differing
Levels of Behavioral Problems 2387-2389
Palaniappan Muthappan, Heidi Forster, and David Wendler Research Advance Directives: Protection or Obstacle?
2389-2391
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:LAURENCE BORRAS, E.L. CONSTANT, A. EYTAN, and PHILIPPE HUGUELET
Hypertension and Aripiprazole 2392
LOUAI BILAL, CARLOINE TSAI, JAMES J. GASPER, and J. CHARLES NDLELA Parkinsonism With
Intramuscular Ziprasidone 2392-2393
MARLOES G. POSTEL, COR A.J. de JONG, and HEIN A. de HAAN Does E-Therapy for Problem Drinking Reach
Hidden Populations? 2393
GARY REMINGTON and SHITIJ KAPUR Remission: What’s in a Name? 2393-2394
NANCY C. ANDREASEN Dr. Andreasen Replies 2394
EMMANUELLE CORRUBLE and PATRICK HARDY Why the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale Endures 2394
RASMUS W. LICHT and PER BECH Why the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale Endures 2394-2395
CHING-LIN HSIEH and CHENG-HIS HSIEH Why the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale Endures 2395
BERNARD J. CARROLL Why the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale Endures 2395-2396
PER BECH, NINA ENGELHARDT, KENNETH R. EVANS, MICHAEL GIBERTINI, AMIR H. KALALI,
KENNETH A. KOBAK, JOSHUA D. LIPSITZ, JANET B.W. WILLIAMS, JAY D. PEARSON, and MARGARET
ROTHMAN Why the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale Endures 2396
R. MICHAEL BAGBY, DEBORAH R. SCHULLER, ANDREW G. RYDER, and MARGARITA B. MARSHALL Dr.
Bagby and Colleagues Reply 2397-2398
NATHALIE T. GODART, ZOÉ REIN, FABIENNE PERDEREAU, FLORENCE CURT, and PHILIPPE JEAMMET
Predictors of Premature Termination of Anorexia Nervosa Treatment 2398-2399
D. BLAKE WOODSIDE Dr. Woodside Replies 2399
PAUL MACKIN and PETER GALLAGHER Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor in Patients With Remitted Depression
2399
ALEXANDER NEUMEISTER and HUSSEINI K. MANJI Drs. Neumeister and Manji Reply 2399-2400
CARLA de BRUIJN and WIM van den BRINK Validity of the One-Criterion Threshold for an Alcohol Abuse
Diagnosis 2400
MARC A. SCHUCKIT Dr. Schuckit Replies 2400-2401
CHRISTOPHER G. IVANY Explanatory Pluralism and Patchy Reductionism 2401
WILLIAM G. CAMPBELL and KEITH I. PEARCE Explanatory Pluralism and Patchy Reductionism 2401
KENNETH S. KENDLER Dr. Kendler Replies 2401
Book Forum:
ARNOLD WERNER American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer 2402
WILLIAM A. FROSCH Frank Lloyd Wright 2403
ROBERT MICHELS In My Brother’s Shadow: A Life and Death in the SS 2404
DAVID V. FORREST A Sweeper Up After Artists: A Memoir 2404-2405
PAUL ROAZEN A Compulsion for Antiquity: Freud and the Ancient World 2405
ARMANDO R. FAVAZZA I’m Your Father, Boy: A Family Memoir of Barbados 2405-2406
RODERIC GORNEY My Life So Far 2406-2408
PETER D. KRAMER Last Night: Stories • The Dog of the Marriage: Stories 2408-2409
JUSTIN SIMON Amador 2409-2410
GLEN O. GABBARD Skinny Dip 2410-2411
JAMES R. MERIKANGAS Transmission: A Novel 2411-2412
DINAH MILLER The Interview Room: A Novel 2412
ALAN A. STONE The Story of the Stone (The Dream of the Red Chamber, vol. 1: The Golden Days) 2412-2413
WILLIAM EDWIN FANN Stalin: In the Court of the Red Tsar 2413-2414
DAVID V. FORREST American Mania: When More Is Not Enough 2414-2415
RICHARD D. CHESSICK History of Italian Renaissance Art, 5th ed. 2415-2417
American journal of psychiatry, n 1, vol 163, 2006
Editorials:Nancy C. Andreasen, M.D., Ph.D. Farewell, Thou Child of My Right Hand 1-2
Robert Freedman, M.D. Nancy C. Andreasen, M.D., Ph.D.: Editor Emeritus Perfectus 3-4
Thomas R. Insel Beyond Efficacy: The STAR*D Trial 5-7
Etienne Sibille and David A. Lewis SERT-ainly Involved in Depression, But When? 8-11
Editor's Note:Robert Freedman New in the Journal 11
Images in Neuroscience:Ahmad R. Hariri and Sarah M. Brown Serotonin 12
Introspections:Dinah Miller Going for the Gold 13
Clinical Case Conference:
Wei Jiang, Jane P. Gagliardi, Y. Pritham Raj, Erin J. Silvertooth, Eric J. Christopher, and K. Ranga R. Krishnan
Acute Psychotic Disorder After Gastric Bypass Surgery: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment 15-19
Treatment in Psychiatry:
John M. Oldham Borderline Personality Disorder and Suicidality 20-26
Images in Psychiatry:Rael D. Strous Nazi Euthanasia of the Mentally Ill at Hadamar 27
New Research
Madhukar H. Trivedi, A. John Rush, Stephen R. Wisniewski, Andrew A. Nierenberg, Diane Warden, Louise Ritz,
Grayson Norquist, Robert H. Howland, Barry Lebowitz, Patrick J. McGrath, Kathy Shores-Wilson, Melanie M. Biggs,
G. K. Balasubramani, Maurizio Fava, and STAR*D Study Team
Evaluation of Outcomes With Citalopram for Depression Using Measurement-Based Care in STAR*D: Implications for
Clinical Practice 28-40
Gregory E. Simon, James Savarino, Belinda Operskalski, and Philip S. Wang
Suicide Risk During Antidepressant Treatment 41-47
Ramin V. Parsey, Ramin S. Hastings, Maria A. Oquendo, Xianzhang Hu, David Goldman, Yung-yu Huang, Norman
Simpson, Julie Arcement, Yiyun Huang, R. Todd Ogden, Ronald L. Van Heertum, Victoria Arango, and J. John Mann
Effect of a Triallelic Functional Polymorphism of the Serotonin-Transporter-Linked Promoter Region on Expression of
Serotonin Transporter in the Human Brain 48-51
Ramin V. Parsey, Ramin S. Hastings, Maria A. Oquendo, Yung-yu Huang, Norman Simpson, Julie Arcement, Yiyun
Huang, R. Todd Ogden, Ronald L. Van Heertum, Victoria Arango, and J. John Mann
Lower Serotonin Transporter Binding Potential in the Human Brain During Major Depressive Episodes 52-58
Judith G. Rabkin, Martin C. McElhiney, Richard Rabkin, Patrick J. McGrath, and Stephen J. Ferrando
Placebo-Controlled Trial of Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) for Treatment of Nonmajor Depression in Patients With
HIV/AIDS 59-66
Herbert Hendin, Ann Pollinger Haas, John T. Maltsberger, Bethany Koestner, and Katalin Szanto
Problems in Psychotherapy With Suicidal Patients 67-72
Bonnie P. Taylor, Gerard E. Bruder, Jonathan W. Stewart, Patrick J. McGrath, Jeffrey Halperin, Howard Ehrlichman,
and Frederic M. Quitkin
Psychomotor Slowing as a Predictor of Fluoxetine Nonresponse in Depressed Outpatients 73-78
Raymond Rosen, Ridwan Shabsigh, Mark Berber, Pierre Assalian, Mathew Menza, Luis Rodriguez-Vela, Robert Porto,
Keith Bangerter, Monica Seger, Francesco Montorsi, and The Vardenafil Study Site Investigators
Efficacy and Tolerability of Vardenafil in Men With Mild Depression and Erectile Dysfunction: The DepressionRelated Improvement With Vardenafil for Erectile Response Study 79-87.
Paul B. Fitzgerald, Jessica Benitez, Anthony de Castella, Z. Jeff Daskalakis, Timothy L. Brown, and Jayashri Kulkarni
A Randomized, Controlled Trial of Sequential Bilateral Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for TreatmentResistant Depression 88-94
Roger T. Mulder, Peter R. Joyce, Christopher M.A. Frampton, Suzanne E. Luty, and Patrick F. Sullivan
Six Months of Treatment for Depression: Outcome and Predictors of the Course of Illness 95-100
Mark Olfson, Steven C. Marcus, Michael Tedeschi, and George J. Wan
Continuity of Antidepressant Treatment for Adults With Depression in the United States 101-108
Kenneth S. Kendler, Margaret Gatz, Charles O. Gardner, and Nancy L. Pedersen
A Swedish National Twin Study of Lifetime Major Depression 109-114
Kenneth S. Kendler, Charles O. Gardner, and Carol A. Prescott
Toward a Comprehensive Developmental Model for Major Depression in Men 115-124
Katherine E. Watkins, Susan M. Paddock, Lily Zhang, and Kenneth B. Wells
Improving Care for Depression in Patients With Comorbid Substance Misuse 125-132
Misty Richards, David R. Rubinow, Robert C. Daly, and Peter J. Schmidt
Premenstrual Symptoms and Perimenopausal Depression 133-137
Peter de Jonge, Johan Ormel, Rob H.S. van den Brink, Joost P. van Melle, Titia A. Spijkerman, Astrid Kuijper, Dirk J.
van Veldhuisen, Maarten P. van den Berg, Adriaan Honig, Harry J.G.M. Crijns, and Aart H. Schene
Symptom Dimensions of Depression Following Myocardial Infarction and Their Relationship With Somatic Health
Status and Cardiovascular Prognosis 138-144.
Ada M. Loughhead, Angela D. Fisher, D. Jeffrey Newport, James C. Ritchie, Michael J. Owens, C. Lindsay DeVane,
and Zachary N. Stowe
Antidepressants in Amniotic Fluid: Another Route of Fetal Exposure 145-147.
Mark Zimmerman, Joseph B. McGlinchey, Michael A. Posternak, Michael Friedman, Naureen Attiullah, and Daniela
Boerescu
How Should Remission From Depression Be Defined? The Depressed Patient’s Perspective 148-150
Brief Reports:
Frank G. Dowling, Gene Moynihan, Bill Genet, and Jonathan Lewis A Peer-Based Assistance Program for Officers
With the New York City Police Department: Report of the Effects of Sept. 11, 2001 151-153
Carlos A. Zarate, Jr., Jaskaran B. Singh, Jorge A. Quiroz, Georgette De Jesus, Kirk K. Denicoff, David A.
Luckenbaugh, Husseini K. Manji, and Dennis S. Charney A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study of Memantine in
the Treatment of Major Depression 153-155
Jennifer D. Lundgren, Kelly C. Allison, Scott Crow, John P. O’Reardon, Kelly C. Berg, Juliette Galbraith, Nicole S.
Martino, and Albert J. Stunkard Prevalence of the Night Eating Syndrome in a Psychiatric Population 156-158
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
FLORIAN SEEMÜLLER, SANDRA DEHNING, HEINZ GRUNZE, and NORBERT MÜLLER Tourette’s Symptoms
Provoked by Lamotrigine in a Bipolar Patient 159
SERGEY RASKIN, ALEXANDER TEITELBAUM, JOSEF ZISLIN, and RIMONA DURST Adjunctive Lamotrigine
as a Possible Mania Inducer in Bipolar Patients 159-160
NADIA FETH, KATJA CATTAPAN-LUDEWIG, and EVELINE JAQUENOUD SIROT Electric Sensations:
Neglected Symptom of Escitalopram Discontinuation 160
JENNIFER L. ZACHER and A. DANIEL HATCHETT Aripiprazole-Induced Movement Disorder 160-161
JARI TIIHONEN Fatal Agranulocytosis 4 Years After Discontinuation of Clozapine 161
LORNA SMITH BENJAMIN Review of Interpersonal Reconstructive Therapy 161-162
ROBERT D. GOLDNEY On Intercountry Adoptions 162
WENDY TIEMAN, JAN van der ENDE, and FRANK C. VERHULST Dr. Tieman and Colleagues Reply 162
DANIEL F. KRIPKE, ARJA TUUNAINEN, and TAKURO ENDO Benefits of Light Treatment for Depression 162163
ROBERT N. GOLDEN, BRADLEY N. GAYNES, ROBERT H. HAMER, and R. DAVID EKSTROM Dr. Golden and
Colleagues Reply 163
Book Forum:
SANDRA PATTERSON The Creating Brain: The Neuroscience of Genius 164-165
MARY ANNE BADARACCO Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, and the New Biology of Mind 165-166
GEORGE E. WOODY Clinical Manual of Addiction Psychopharmacology 166
STEVEN L. DUBOVSKY What Your Patients Need to Know About Psychiatric Medications 166
LIZA H. GOLD Adverse Events, Stress, and Litigation: A Physician’s Guide 166-167
American journal of psychiatry, n 2, vol 163, 2006
Editorials:J. Raymond DePaulo, Jr. Bipolar Disorder Treatment: An Evidence-Based Reality Check 175-176
Alan C. Swann What Is Bipolar Disorder? 177-179
Carol A. Tamminga and Eric J. Nestler Pathological Gambling: Focusing on the Addiction, Not the Activity 180-181
Glen O. Gabbard and Robert Freedman Psychotherapy in the Journal: What’s Missing? 182-184
Reviews and Overviews:
Stephan Heres, John Davis, Katja Maino, Elisabeth Jetzinger, Werner Kissling, and Stefan Leucht
Why Olanzapine Beats Risperidone, Risperidone Beats Quetiapine, and Quetiapine Beats Olanzapine: An Exploratory
Analysis of Head-to-Head Comparison Studies of Second-Generation Antipsychotics 185-194
Introspections:Richard G. Druss Piano Sonata in A Major 195-197
Treatment in Psychiatry:David B. Arciniegas New-Onset Bipolar Disorder in Late Life: A Case of Mistaken Identity
198-203
Clinical Case Conference:David B. Merrill, Susanne E. Ahmari, Jean-Marie E. Bradford, and Jeffrey A. Lieberman
Myocarditis During Clozapine Treatment 204-208
Images in Psychiatry:Vladimir Lerner and Eliezer Witztum Victor Kandinsky, M.D., 1849–1889 209
New Research
Andrew A. Nierenberg, Michael J. Ostacher, Joseph R. Calabrese, Terence A. Ketter, Lauren B. Marangell, David J.
Miklowitz, Sachiko Miyahara, Mark S. Bauer, Michael E. Thase, Stephen R. Wisniewski, Gary S. Sachs, and STEP-BD
Investigators
Treatment-Resistant Bipolar Depression: A STEP-BD Equipoise Randomized Effectiveness Trial of Antidepressant
Augmentation With Lamotrigine, Inositol, or Risperidone 210-216
Roy H. Perlis, Michael J. Ostacher, Jayendra K. Patel, Lauren B. Marangell, Hongwei Zhang, Stephen R. Wisniewski,
Terence A. Ketter, David J. Miklowitz, Michael W. Otto, Laszlo Gyulai, Noreen A. Reilly-Harrington, Andrew A.
Nierenberg, Gary S. Sachs, and Michael E. Thase
Predictors of Recurrence in Bipolar Disorder: Primary Outcomes From the Systematic Treatment Enhancement
Program for Bipolar Disorder (STEP-BD) 217-224
Roy H. Perlis, Eileen Brown, Robert W. Baker, and Andrew A. Nierenberg
Clinical Features of Bipolar Depression Versus Major Depressive Disorder in Large Multicenter Trials 225-231
Gabriele S. Leverich, Lori L. Altshuler, Mark A. Frye, Trisha Suppes, Susan L. McElroy, Paul E. Keck, Jr., Ralph W.
Kupka, Kirk D. Denicoff, Willem A. Nolen, Heinz Grunze, Maria I. Martinez, and Robert M. Post
Risk of Switch in Mood Polarity to Hypomania or Mania in Patients With Bipolar Depression During Acute and
Continuation Trials of Venlafaxine, Sertraline, and Bupropion as Adjuncts to Mood Stabilizers 232-239
Ping-I Lin, Melvin G. McInnis, James B. Potash, Virginia Willour, Dean F. MacKinnon, J. Raymond DePaulo, and
Peter P. Zandi
Clinical Correlates and Familial Aggregation of Age at Onset in Bipolar Disorder 240-246
Mauricio Tohen, Joseph R. Calabrese, Gary S. Sachs, Michael D. Banov, Holland C. Detke, Richard Risser, Robert W.
Baker, James C.-Y. Chou, and Charles L. Bowden
Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Olanzapine as Maintenance Therapy in Patients With Bipolar I Disorder
Responding to Acute Treatment With Olanzapine 247-256
Stephanie Krüger, Martin Alda, L. Trevor Young, Kim Goldapple, Saghar Parikh, and Helen S. Mayberg
Risk and Resilience Markers in Bipolar Disorder: Brain Responses to Emotional Challenge in Bipolar Patients and
Their Healthy Siblings 257-264
Dina R. Hirshfeld-Becker, Joseph Biederman, Aude Henin, Stephen V. Faraone, Gabrielle A. Cayton, and Jerrold F.
Rosenbaum
Laboratory-Observed Behavioral Disinhibition in the Young Offspring of Parents With Bipolar Disorder: A High-Risk
Pilot Study 265-271
Michael H. Allen, Robert M. Hirschfeld, Patricia J. Wozniak, Jeffrey D. Baker, Ph.D., and Charles L. Bowden
Linear Relationship of Valproate Serum Concentration to Response and Optimal Serum Levels for Acute Mania 272275
Jaeuk Hwang, In Kyoon Lyoo, Stephen R. Dager, Seth D. Friedman, Jung Su Oh, Jun Young Lee, Seog Ju Kim, David
L. Dunner, and Perry F. Renshaw
Basal Ganglia Shape Alterations in Bipolar Disorder 276-285
Mani N. Pavuluri, Lindsay S. Schenkel, Subhash Aryal, Erin M. Harral, S. Kristian Hill, Ellen S. Herbener, and John A.
Sweeney
Neurocognitive Function in Unmedicated Manic and Medicated Euthymic Pediatric Bipolar Patients 286-293
John N. Constantino, Clara Lajonchere, Marin Lutz, Teddi Gray, Anna Abbacchi, Kathleen McKenna, Deepti Singh,
and Richard D. Todd
Autistic Social Impairment in the Siblings of Children With Pervasive Developmental Disorders 294-296
Wendy S. Slutske
Natural Recovery and Treatment-Seeking in Pathological Gambling: Results of Two U.S. National Surveys 297-302
Jon E. Grant, Marc N. Potenza, Eric Hollander, Renee Cunningham-Williams, Tommi Nurminen, Gerard Smits, and
Antero Kallio
Multicenter Investigation of the Opioid Antagonist Nalmefene in the Treatment of Pathological Gambling 303-312
Brief Reports:
Lori L. Altshuler, Trisha Suppes, David O. Black, Willem A. Nolen, Gabriele Leverich, Paul E. Keck, Jr., Mark A.
Frye, Ralph Kupka, Susan L. McElroy, Heinz Grunze, Christina M.R. Kitchen, and Robert Post
Lower Switch Rate in Depressed Patients With Bipolar II Than Bipolar I Disorder Treated Adjunctively With SecondGeneration Antidepressants 313-315
Constance M. Moore, Joseph Biederman, Janet Wozniak, Eric Mick, Megan Aleardi, Megan Wardrop, Meghan
Dougherty, Terri Harpold, Paul Hammerness, Edin Randall, and Perry F. Renshaw
Differences in Brain Chemistry in Children and Adolescents With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder With and
Without Comorbid Bipolar Disorder: A Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Study 316-318
Benjamin I. Goldstein, Nathan Herrmann, and Kenneth I. Shulman
Comorbidity in Bipolar Disorder Among the Elderly: Results From an Epidemiological Community Sample 319-321
Caleb M. Adler, John Adams, Melissa P. DelBello, Scott K. Holland, Vince Schmithorst, Ari Levine, Kelly Jarvis, and
Stephen M. Strakowski
Evidence of White Matter Pathology in Bipolar Disorder Adolescents Experiencing Their First Episode of Mania: A
Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study 322-324
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
INGEBORG WILTING, O.M. SMALS, N.J. HOLWERDA, R.H. MEYBOOM, M.L. De BRUIN, and T.C.G.
EGBERTS QTc Prolongation and Torsades de Pointes in an Elderly Woman Taking Fluoxetine 325
MONIQUE YOHANAN, JASDEEP S. AULAKH, JOANNE WEITH, and JAMES W. HAWKINS Pisa Syndrome in a
Patient in a Wheelchair Taking Valproic Acid 325-326
NATHALIE GODART, SYLVIE BERTHOZ, FABIENNE PERDEREAU, and PHILIPPE JEAMMET Comorbidity of
Anxiety With Eating Disorders and OCD 326
NADIA MICALI and ISOBEL HEYMAN 326-327
PER SÖDERSTEN and CECILIA BERGH 327
WALTER H. KAYE, CYNTHIA BULIK, LAURA THORNTON, and KATHERINE PLOTNICOV Dr. Kaye and
Colleagues Reply 327-329
ROBERT D. GOLDNEY Suicide Risk in Placebo-Controlled Trials of Bipolar Disorder 329
JITSCHAK G. STOROSUM, TAMAR WOHLFARTH, CHRISTIEN C. GISPEN-de WIED, DON H. LINSZEN,
BETHOLD P.R. GERSONS, BARBARA J. van ZWIETEN, and WIM van den BRINK 329
PRAVEEN F. ABRAHAM and EDWIN R. SHIRLEY New Mnemonic for Depressive Symptoms 329-330
Book Forum:
HERBERT HENDIN The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Suicide Assessment and Management 331
NORMAN B. LEVY Late-Life Depression 332
ELISSA P. BENEDEK Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Research Review for Practitioners 332-333
PAUL ROAZEN Freud’s Requiem: Mourning, Memory, and the Invisible History of a Summer Walk 333-334
JAMES S. EATON, Jr. Playing Sick? Untangling the Web of Munchausen Syndrome, Munchausen by Proxy,
Malingering, and Factitious Disorder 334-335
American journal of psychiatry, n 3, vol 163, 2006
Editorials:
WILLIAM T. CARPENTER, Jr. Targeting Schizophrenia Research to Patient Outcomes 353-355
CAMERON S. CARTER Understanding the Glass Ceiling for Functional Outcome in Schizophrenia 356-358
NORA D. VOLKOW Stimulant Medications: How to Minimize Their Reinforcing Effects? 359-361
SAMUEL J. KEITH Are We Still Talking to Our Patients With Schizophrenia? 362-364
Reviews and Overviews:
Douglas Turkington, David Kingdon, and Peter J. Weiden Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Schizophrenia 365-373
Introspections:SAMUEL G. SIRIS A Tension to Detail 374-375
Treatment in Psychiatry:Tonya White, Afshan Anjum, and S. Charles Schulz The Schizophrenia Prodrome 376-380
Clinical Case Conference:
Sara E. Allison, Lisa von Wahlde, Tamra Shockley, and Glen O. Gabbard
The Development of the Self in the Era of the Internet and Role-Playing Fantasy Games 381-385
Images in Psychiatry:Arnold D. Richards and Paul W. Mosher Abraham Arden Brill, 1874–1948 386
New Research
Thomas J. Spencer, Joseph Biederman, Patrick E. Ciccone, Bertha K. Madras, Darin D. Dougherty, Ali A. Bonab,
Elijahu Livni, Dolly A. Parasrampuria, and Alan J. Fischman
PET Study Examining Pharmacokinetics, Detection and Likeability, and Dopamine Transporter Receptor Occupancy of
Short- and Long-Acting Oral Methylphenidate 387-395
Gary Remington, David Mamo, Alain Labelle, Jeffrey Reiss, Chekkera Shammi, Erik Mannaert, Steve Mann, and
Shitij Kapur
A PET Study Evaluating Dopamine D2 Receptor Occupancy for Long-Acting Injectable Risperidone 396-401
Magali Reyes, Jan Buitelaar, Paz Toren, Ilse Augustyns, and Marielle Eerdekens
A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study of Risperidone Maintenance Treatment in Children and
Adolescents With Disruptive Behavior Disorders 402-410
Robert Rosenheck, Douglas Leslie, Richard Keefe, Joseph McEvoy, Marvin Swartz, Diana Perkins, Scott Stroup, John
K. Hsiao, Jeffrey Lieberman, and CATIE Study Investigators Group
Barriers to Employment for People With Schizophrenia 411-417.
Christopher R. Bowie, Abraham Reichenberg, Thomas L. Patterson, Robert K. Heaton, and Philip D. Harvey
Determinants of Real-World Functional Performance in Schizophrenia Subjects: Correlations With Cognition,
Functional Capacity, and Symptoms 418-425
Richard S.E. Keefe, Margaret Poe, Trina M. Walker, Joseph W. Kang, and Philip D. Harvey
The Schizophrenia Cognition Rating Scale: An Interview-Based Assessment and Its Relationship to Cognition, RealWorld Functioning, and Functional Capacity 426-432
Steven J. Siegel, Farzin Irani, Colleen M. Brensinger, Christian G. Kohler, Warren B. Bilker, J. Daniel Ragland,
Stephen J. Kanes, Ruben C. Gur, and Raquel E. Gur
Prognostic Variables at Intake and Long-Term Level of Function in Schizophrenia
433-441
Frank Schneider, Ruben C. Gur, Kathrin Koch, Volker Backes, Katrin Amunts, N. Jon Shah, Warren Bilker, Raquel E.
Gur, and Ute Habel
Impairment in the Specificity of Emotion Processing in Schizophrenia 442-447
Mark J. Sergi, Yuri Rassovsky, Keith H. Nuechterlein, and Michael F. Green
Social Perception as a Mediator of the Influence of Early Visual Processing on Functional Status in Schizophrenia 448454
Toshiaki Onitsuka, Margaret A. Niznikiewicz, Kevin M. Spencer, Melissa Frumin, Noriomi Kuroki, Lisa C. Lucia,
Martha E. Shenton, and Robert W. McCarley
Functional and Structural Deficits in Brain Regions Subserving Face Perception in Schizophrenia 455-462
Jessica Andrews, Lei Wang, John G. Csernansky, Mokhtar H. Gado, and Deanna M. Barch
Abnormalities of Thalamic Activation and Cognition in Schizophrenia 463-469
Deborah J. Walder, Larry J. Seidman, Nicole Cullen, Jessica Su, Ming T. Tsuang, and Jill M. Goldstein
Sex Differences in Language Dysfunction in Schizophrenia 470-477
Colm McDonald, Nicolette Marshall, Pak C. Sham, Edward T. Bullmore, Katja Schulze, Ben Chapple, Elvira Bramon,
Francesca Filbey, Seema Quraishi, Muriel Walshe, and Robin M. Murray
Regional Brain Morphometry in Patients With Schizophrenia or Bipolar Disorder and Their Unaffected Relatives 478487
Juan Francisco Artaloytia, Celso Arango, Adrienne Lahti, Javier Sanz, Ana Pascual, Pedro Cubero, David Prieto, and
Tomás Palomo
Negative Signs and Symptoms Secondary to Antipsychotics: A Double-Blind, Randomized Trial of a Single Dose of
Placebo, Haloperidol, and Risperidone in Healthy Volunteers 488-493
Rajesh Gopalakrishnan, K.S. Jacob, Anju Kuruvilla, B. Vasantharaj, and Jacob K. John
Sildenafil in the Treatment of Antipsychotic-Induced Erectile Dysfunction: A Randomized, Double-Blind, PlaceboControlled, Flexible-Dose, Two-Way Crossover Trial 494-499
Laura B. Dunn, Barton W. Palmer, Monique Keehan, Dilip V. Jeste, and Paul S. Appelbaum
Assessment of Therapeutic Misconception in Older Schizophrenia Patients With a Brief Instrument 500-506
Henrik Berg Rasmussen, Sally Timm, August G. Wang, Karen Søeby, Henrik Lublin, Mogens Fenger, Ralf
Hemmingsen, and Thomas Werge
Association Between the CCR5 32-bp Deletion Allele and Late Onset of Schizophrenia 507-511
Anna Sorkin, Daphna Weinshall, Ilan Modai, and Avi Peled
Improving the Accuracy of the Diagnosis of Schizophrenia by Means of Virtual Reality 512-520
William W. Eaton, Majella Byrne, Henrik Ewald, Ole Mors, Chuan-Yu Chen, Esben Agerbo, and Preben Bo
Mortensen
Association of Schizophrenia and Autoimmune Diseases: Linkage of Danish National Registers 521-528
Brief Reports:
Todd Lencz, Delbert G. Robinson, Ke Xu,, Jenny Ekholm, Serge Sevy, Handan Gunduz-Bruce, Margaret G. Woerner,
John M. Kane, David Goldman, and Anil K. Malhotra
DRD2 Promoter Region Variation as a Predictor of Sustained Response to Antipsychotic Medication in First-Episode
Schizophrenia Patients 529-531
Pamela DeRosse, Birgit Funke, Katherine E. Burdick, Todd Lencz, Jenny M. Ekholm, John M. Kane, Raju
Kucherlapati, and Anil K. Malhotra
Dysbindin Genotype and Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia 532-534
Takanori Hashimoto and David A. Lewis
BDNF Val66Met Polymorphism and GAD67 mRNA Expression in the Prefrontal Cortex of Subjects With
Schizophrenia 534-537
Bronwyn Glaser, Martin Debbane, Christine Hinard, Michael A. Morris, Sophie P. Dahoun, Stylianos E. Antonarakis,
and Stephan Eliez
No Evidence for an Effect of COMT Val158Met Genotype on Executive Function in Patients With 22q11 Deletion
Syndrome 537-539
Sharon L. Eastwood and Paul J. Harrison
Cellular Basis of Reduced Cortical Reelin Expression in Schizophrenia 540-542
Ulrich Ettinger, Marco Picchioni, Mei-Hua Hall, Katja Schulze, Timothea Toulopoulou, Sabine Landau, Trevor J.
Crawford, and Robin M. Murray
Antisaccade Performance in Monozygotic Twins Discordant for Schizophrenia: The Maudsley Twin Study 543-545
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
E. TIMUCIN ORAL, KURSAT ALTINBAS, and SIMDEN DEMIRKIRAN Sudden Akathisia After a Ziprasidone
Dose Reduction 546
ELENA PEREA, BRIAN V. ROBBINS, and BURTON HUTTO Psychosis Related to Ropinirole 547-548
COREY R. FEHNEL and ERIC J. BREWER Munchausen’s Syndrome With 20-Year Follow-Up 547
HISASHI TANII, KOHEI FUJITA, and YUJI OKAZAKI Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome Related to a Switch to
Perospirone and Anticholinergic Withdrawal 547-548
DOMINGO CERRA Trimipramine for Refractory Panic Attacks 548
STEFAN P. KRUSZEWSKI Euphorigenic and Abusive Properties of Modafinil 549
JOSEPH LEVINE and ROBERT H. BELMAKER Osteoporosis and Schizophrenia 549-550
BERNHARD J. CONNEMANN Lithium and Suicidality Revisited 550
ANDREA CIPRIANI, HEATHER PRETTY, KEITH HAWTON, and JOHN R. GEDDES Dr. Cipriani and Colleagues
Reply 550-551
BABATUNDE ADETUNJI, MAJU MATHEWS, THOMAS OSINOWO, and ADEDAPO WILLIAMS Risperidone
for the Core Symptom Domains of Autism 551
CHRISTOPHER J. McDOUGLE, LAWRENCE SCAHILL, MICHAEL G. AMAN, L. EUGENE ARNOLD, JAMES
T. McCRACKEN, ELAINE TIERNEY, and BENEDETTO VITIELLO Dr. McDougle and Colleagues Reply 551-552
HAROLD KUDLER Chronic Stress and Adaptation 552-553
SHARON MONTERRUBIO and NADIA SOLOWIJ 553
KATHLEEN BRADY and RAJITA SINHA Drs. Brady and Sinha Reply 553
JEFFREY TEICH The CATIE Study 554-555
BIJU BASIL, MAJU MATHEWS, BABATUNDE ADETUNJI, and KUMAR BUDUR 555
JEFFREY A. LIEBERMAN, T. SCOTT STROUP, JOSEPH P. McEVOY, MARVIN S. SWARTZ, ROBERT A.
ROSENHECK, DIANA O. PERKINS, RICHARD S.E. KEEFE, SONIA M. DAVIS, CLARENCE E. DAVIS, JOHN
HSIAO, JOANNE SEVERE, BARRY D. LEBOWITZ, and the CATIE Investigators Dr. Lieberman and Colleagues
Reply 555-556
Book Forum:
GEORGE E. VAILLANT Divided Minds 557-558
JOSHUA GROSSMAN The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Personality Disorders 558-559
JOHANNES PANTEL Brain Fiction: Self-Deception and the Riddle of Confabulation 559
ABILASH A. GOPAL and HAROLD J. BURSZTAJN Offender Profiling: An Introduction to the Sociopsychological
Analysis of Violent Crime 559-560
DAN G. BLAZER Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging: Linking Cognitive and Cerebral Aging 560-561
American journal of psychiatry, n 4, vol 163, 2006
Editorials: Carol A. Tamminga Practical Treatment Information for Schizophrenia 563-565
David Spiegel Recognizing Traumatic Dissociation 566-568
Kevin P. Hill Free Lunch? 569-570
David A. Lewis, Robert Michels, Daniel S. Pine, Susan K. Schultz, Carol A. Tamminga, and Robert Freedman Conflict
of Interest 571-573
Andrés Martin Stimulating: Prescribing Amidst Controversy 574-577
Images in Neuroscience:
Tomas Hokfelt and Eugenia Kuteeva Substance P: A Neuropeptide 578
Reviews and Overviews:
Samuel H. Zuvekas, Benedetto Vitiello, and Grayson S. Norquist Recent Trends in Stimulant Medication Use Among
U.S. Children 579-585
Treatment in Psychiatry:
Matthew J. Friedman Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Among Military Returnees From Afghanistan and Iraq 586-593
Clinical Case Conference:
Jon Streltzer and Luther Johansen Prescription Drug Dependence and Evolving Beliefs About Chronic Pain
Management 594-598
Images in Psychiatry:
ANJALI RAO and MATCHERI S. KESHAVAN Can Psychiatrists Recognize Mental Illness in Paintings? 599
New Research
Joseph P. McEvoy, Jeffrey A. Lieberman, T. Scott Stroup, Sonia M. Davis, Herbert Y. Meltzer, Robert A. Rosenheck,
Marvin S. Swartz, Diana O. Perkins, Richard S.E. Keefe, Clarence E. Davis, Joanne Severe, John K. Hsiao, for the
CATIE Investigators
Effectiveness of Clozapine Versus Olanzapine, Quetiapine, and Risperidone in Patients With Chronic Schizophrenia
Who Did Not Respond to Prior Atypical Antipsychotic Treatment 600-610
T. Scott Stroup, Jeffrey A. Lieberman, Joseph P. McEvoy, Marvin S. Swartz, Sonia M. Davis, Robert A. Rosenheck,
Diana O. Perkins, Richard S.E. Keefe, Clarence E. Davis, Joanne Severe, John K. Hsiao, for the CATIE Investigators
Effectiveness of Olanzapine, Quetiapine, Risperidone, and Ziprasidone in Patients With Chronic Schizophrenia
Following Discontinuation of a Previous Atypical Antipsychotic 611-622
Brad Foote, Yvette Smolin, Margaret Kaplan, Michael E. Legatt, and Deborah Lipschitz
Prevalence of Dissociative Disorders in Psychiatric Outpatients 623-629
Eric Vermetten, Christian Schmahl, Sanneke Lindner, Richard J. Loewenstein, and J. Douglas Bremner
Hippocampal and Amygdalar Volumes in Dissociative Identity Disorder 630-636
Thomas D. Geracioti, Jr., Linda L. Carpenter, Michael J. Owens, Dewleen G. Baker, Nosakhare N. Ekhator, Paul S.
Horn, Jeffrey R. Strawn, Gerard Sanacora, Becky Kinkead, Lawrence H. Price, and Charles B. Nemeroff
Elevated Cerebrospinal Fluid Substance P Concentrations in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Major Depression 637643
Michael S. Scheeringa, Mary Jo Wright, John P. Hunt, and Charles H. Zeanah
Factors Affecting the Diagnosis and Prediction of PTSD Symptomatology in Children and Adolescents 644-651
Katherine L. Mills, Maree Teesson, Joanne Ross, and Lorna Peters
Trauma, PTSD, and Substance Use Disorders: Findings From the Australian National Survey of Mental Health and
Well-Being 652-658
Zahava Solomon and Mario Mikulincer
Trajectories of PTSD: A 20-Year Longitudinal Study 659-666
Arieh Y. Shalev, Rivka Tuval, Sarah Frenkiel-Fishman, Hilit Hadar, and Spencer Eth
Psychological Responses to Continuous Terror: A Study of Two Communities in Israel 667-673
Steven H. Woodward, Danny G. Kaloupek, Chris C. Streeter, Matthew O. Kimble, Allan L. Reiss, Stephan Eliez,
Lawrence L. Wald, Perry F. Renshaw, Blaise B. Frederick, Barton Lane, Javaid I. Sheikh, Wendy K. Stegman,
Catherine J. Kutter, Lorraine P. Stewart, Rebecca S. Prestel, and Ned J. Arsenault
Hippocampal Volume, PTSD, and Alcoholism in Combat Veterans 674-681
George E. Vaillant, Ana C. DiRago, and Ken Mukamal
Natural History of Male Psychological Health, XV: Retirement Satisfaction 682-688
Deborah Hasin, Sharon Samet, Edward Nunes, Jakob Meydan, Karen Matseoane, and Rachel Waxman
Diagnosis of Comorbid Psychiatric Disorders in Substance Users Assessed With the Psychiatric Research Interview for
Substance and Mental Disorders for DSM-IV 689-696
Gen Kanayama, Steven Barry, James I. Hudson, and Harrison G. Pope, Jr.
Body Image and Attitudes Toward Male Roles in Anabolic-Androgenic Steroid Users 697-703
Holger J. Sørensen, Erik L. Mortensen, June M. Reinisch, and Sarnoff A. Mednick
Early Weaning and Hospitalization With Alcohol-Related Diagnoses in Adult Life 704-709
Seth D. Friedman, C. Mark Mathis, Cecil Hayes, Perry Renshaw, and Stephen R. Dager
Brain pH Response to Hyperventilation in Panic Disorder: Preliminary Evidence for Altered Acid-Base Regulation 710715
Ronald C. Kessler, Lenard Adler, Russell Barkley, Joseph Biederman, C. Keith Conners, Olga Demler, Stephen V.
Faraone, Laurence L. Greenhill, Mary J. Howes, Kristina Secnik, Thomas Spencer, T. Bedirhan Ustun, Ellen E.
Walters, and Alan M. Zaslavsky
The Prevalence and Correlates of Adult ADHD in the United States: Results From the National Comorbidity Survey
Replication 716-723
Edward M. Drozd, Jerry Cromwell, Barbara Gage, Jan Maier, Leslie M. Greenwald, and Howard H. Goldman
Patient Casemix Classification for Medicare Psychiatric Prospective Payment 724-732
Brief Reports:
Mark Creamer, Isla Carboon, Andrew B. Forbes, Dean P. McKenzie, Alexander C. McFarlane, Helen L. Kelsall, and
Malcolm R. Sim
Psychiatric Disorder and Separation From Military Service: A 10-Year Retrospective Study 733-734
Greg J. Siegle, Cameron S. Carter, and Michael E. Thase
Use of fMRI to Predict Recovery From Unipolar Depression With Cognitive Behavior Therapy 735-738
Thomas A. Terleph, Rachel G. Klein, Roxann Roberson-Nay, Salvatore Mannuzza, John L. Moulton, III, Girma
Woldehawariat, Mary Guardino, and Daniel S. Pine
Stress Responsivity and HPA Axis Activity in Juveniles: Results From a Home-Based CO2 Inhalation Study 738-740
Stefano Marenco, Sonya U. Steele, Michael F. Egan, Terry E. Goldberg, Richard E. Straub, Anjail Z. Sharrief, and
Daniel R. Weinberger
Effect of Metabotropic Glutamate Receptor 3 Genotype on N-Acetylaspartate Measures in the Dorsolateral Prefrontal
Cortex 740-742
Robin Emsley, Jonathan Rabinowitz, and Rossella Medori
Time Course for Antipsychotic Treatment Response in First-Episode Schizophrenia 743-745
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
CARLOS A. ALVAREZ, CYNTHIA MASCARENAS, and IVA TIMMERMAN Increasing Psychosis in a Patient
Switched From Clozaril to Generic Clozapine 746
WINFRIED RIEF, PETER HENNINGSEN, and WOLFGANG HILLER Classification of Somatoform Disorders 746747
ELEANOR STEIN 747
MICHAEL SHARPE, LAURENCE KIRMAYER, KURT KROENKE, RICHARD MAYOU, and GREG SIMON Dr.
Sharpe and Colleagues Reply 747-748
WALTER V. FLEGENHEIMER The Psychotherapy of Sexually Impulsive Patients 748
JONATHAN KOBLENZER 748-749
GLEN O. GABBARD and TANYA BENNETT Drs. Gabbard and Bennett Reply 749
RUDOLF UHER and HUGH M. JONES Hallucinations During Lamotrigine Treatment of Bipolar Disorder 749-750
Book Forum:
JOSEPH B. LAYDE and LAURA WEISS ROBERTS The Ethical Brain 751
NYAPATI RAO The Age of Melancholy: "Major Depression" and Its Social Origins 751-753
RICHARD BALON Treating and Preventing Adolescent Mental Health Disorders: What We Know and What We
Don’t Know. A Research Agenda for Improving the Mental Health of Our Youth 753-754
NEAL D. RYAN Understanding and Evaluating Research in Applied and Clinical Settings 754
WITTE J.G. HOOGENDIJK The Human Hypothalamus: Basic and Clinical Aspects (volumes I and II) 754-755
American journal of psychiatry, n 5, vol 163, 2006
Editorials: Peter J. Buckley, Robert Michels, and Roger A. Mackinnon Changes in the Psychiatric Landscape 757-760
Cameron S. Carter and Daniel S. Pine Polishing the Windows of the Mind 761-763
Charles P. O’Brien, Nora Volkow, and T-K Li What’s in a Word? Addiction Versus Dependence in DSM-V 764-765
Herbert Pardes and Constance E. Lieber Philanthropy for Psychiatry 766-767
Jill M. Harkavy-Friedman Can Early Detection of Psychosis Prevent Suicidal Behavior? 768-770
Images in Neuroscience:Solomon H. Snyder, Jimo Borjigin, and Paolo Sassone-Corsi, PH.D. Discovering Light Effects
on the Brain 771
Reviews and Overviews: Laura Weiss Roberts Ethical Philanthropy in Academic Psychiatry 772-778
Introspections:Scott Zeller Emergency Psychiatry in Houston: Caring for Victims of the Katrina Catastrophe 779-780
Treatment in Psychiatry:
Gail A. Edelsohn Hallucinations in Children and Adolescents: Considerations in the Emergency Setting 781-785.
Clinical Case Conference:
Jeffrey M. Miller, Stanislav R. Vorel, Anthony J. Tranguch, Edward T. Kenny, Pietro Mazzoni, Wilfred G. van Gorp,
and Herbert D. Kleber
Anhedonia After a Selective Bilateral Lesion of the Globus Pallidus 786-788
Images in Psychiatry:Michael D. Roy Mary Mitchell 789
New Research
Thomas H. McGlashan, Robert B. Zipursky, Diana Perkins, Jean Addington, Tandy Miller, Scott W. Woods, Keith A.
Hawkins, Ralph E. Hoffman, Adrian Preda, Irvin Epstein, Donald Addington, Stacy Lindborg, Quynh Trzaskoma,
Mauricio Tohen, and Alan Breier
Randomized, Double-Blind Trial of Olanzapine Versus Placebo in Patients Prodromally Symptomatic for Psychosis
790-799
Ingrid Melle, Jan Olav Johannesen, Svein Friis, Ulrik Haahr, Inge Joa, Tor K. Larsen, Stein Opjordsmoen, Bjørn R.
Rund, Erik Simonsen, Per Vaglum, and Thomas McGlashan
Early Detection of the First Episode of Schizophrenia and Suicidal Behavior 800-804
Raymond W. Lam, Anthony J. Levitt, Robert D. Levitan, Murray W. Enns, Rachel Morehouse, Erin E. Michalak, and
Edwin M. Tam
The Can-SAD Study: A Randomized Controlled Trial of the Effectiveness of Light Therapy and Fluoxetine in Patients
With Winter Seasonal Affective Disorder 805-812
David N. Juurlink, Muhammad M. Mamdani, Alexander Kopp, and Donald A. Redelmeier
The Risk of Suicide With Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors in the Elderly 813-821
John G. Gunderson, Maria T. Daversa, Carlos M. Grilo, Thomas H. McGlashan, Mary C. Zanarini, M. Tracie Shea,
Andrew E. Skodol, Shirley Yen, Charles A. Sanislow, Donna S. Bender, Ingrid R. Dyck, Leslie C. Morey, and Robert
L. Stout
Predictors of 2-Year Outcome for Patients With Borderline Personality Disorder 822-826
Mary C. Zanarini, Frances R. Frankenburg, John Hennen, D. Bradford Reich, and Kenneth R. Silk
Prediction of the 10-Year Course of Borderline Personality Disorder 827-832
Marius K. Nickel, Moritz Muehlbacher, Cerstin Nickel, Christian Kettler, Francisco Pedrosa Gil, Egon Bachler,
Wiebke Buschmann, Nadine Rother, Reinhold Fartacek, Christoph Egger, Javaid Anvar, Wolfhardt K. Rother, Thomas
H. Loew, and Patrick Kaplan
Aripiprazole in the Treatment of Patients With Borderline Personality Disorder: A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled
Study 833-838
Joshua D. Miller and Paul A. Pilkonis
Neuroticism and Affective Instability: The Same or Different? 839-845
Drew Westen, Jonathan Shedler, and Rebekah Bradley
A Prototype Approach to Personality Disorder Diagnosis 846-856
John M. Hettema, Michael C. Neale, John M. Myers, Carol A. Prescott, and Kenneth S. Kendler
A Population-Based Twin Study of the Relationship Between Neuroticism and Internalizing Disorders 857-864
Rebecca S. Laptook, Daniel N. Klein, and Lea R. Dougherty
Ten-Year Stability of Depressive Personality Disorder in Depressed Outpatients 865-871
Daniel N. Klein, Stewart A. Shankman, and Suzanne Rose
Ten-Year Prospective Follow-Up Study of the Naturalistic Course of Dysthymic Disorder and Double Depression 872880
Megan V. Smith, Karalee Poschman, Mary A. Cavaleri, Heather B. Howell, and Kimberly A. Yonkers
Symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in a Community Sample of Low-Income Pregnant Women 881-884
Miriam K. Ehrensaft, Terrie E. Moffitt, and Avshalom Caspi
Is Domestic Violence Followed by an Increased Risk of Psychiatric Disorders Among Women But Not Among Men? A
Longitudinal Cohort Study 885-892
John P. O’Reardon, Kelly C. Allison, Nicole S. Martino, Jennifer D. Lundgren, Moonseong Heo, and Albert J.
Stunkard
A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Sertraline in the Treatment of Night Eating Syndrome 893-898
Alan Stein, Helen Woolley, Robert Senior, Leezah Hertzmann, Mary Lovel, Joanna Lee, Sandra Cooper, Rebecca
Wheatcroft, Fiona Challacombe, Priti Patel, Rosemary Nicol-Harper, Pia Menzes, Anne Schmidt, Edmund Juszczak,
and Christopher G. Fairburn
Treating Disturbances in the Relationship Between Mothers With Bulimic Eating Disorders and Their Infants: A
Randomized, Controlled Trial of Video Feedback 899-906
Katharine A. Phillips, Maria E. Pagano, William Menard, and Robert L. Stout
A 12-Month Follow-Up Study of the Course of Body Dysmorphic Disorder 907-912
Marc J. Miresco and Laurence J. Kirmayer
The Persistence of Mind-Brain Dualism in Psychiatric Reasoning About Clinical Scenarios 913-918
Joshua L. Roffman, Asher B. Simon, Konasale M. Prasad, Christine J. Truman, Jason Morrison, and Carrie L. Ernst
Neuroscience in Psychiatry Training: How Much Do Residents Need To Know? 919-926
Brief Reports:
Vicki Babulas, Pam Factor-Litvak, Raymond Goetz, Catherine A. Schaefer, and Alan S. Brown
Prenatal Exposure to Maternal Genital and Reproductive Infections and Adult Schizophrenia 927-929
Raquel Rabionet, Jacob L. McCauley, Ph.D., James M. Jaworski, M.P.H., Allison E. Ashley-Koch, Eden R. Martin,
James S. Sutcliffe, Jonathan L. Haines, G. Robert DeLong, Ruth K. Abramson, Harry H. Wright, Michael L. Cuccaro,
John R. Gilbert, and Margaret A. Pericak-Vance
Lack of Association Between Autism and SLC25A12 929-931
Kimberley P. Good, David Whitehorn, Qing Rui, Heather Milliken, and Lili C. Kopala
Olfactory Identification Deficits in First-Episode Psychosis May Predict Patients at Risk for Persistent Negative and
Disorganized or Cognitive Symptoms 932-933
Declan G.M. Murphy, Eileen Daly, Nicole Schmitz, Fiona Toal, Keiran Murphy, Sarah Curran, Kjell Erlandsson, Jos
Eersels, Robert Kerwin, Peter Ell, and Michael Travis
Cortical Serotonin 5-HT2A Receptor Binding and Social Communication in Adults With Asperger’s Syndrome: An in
Vivo SPECT Study 934-936
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
ADRIAN PREDA Do Schizophrenia Patients Want to Be Involved in Their Treatment? 937
JOHANNES HAMANN, STEFAN LEUCHT, and WERNER KISSLING Dr. Hamann and Colleagues Reply 937
NICK KANAS Group Therapy With Schizophrenia Patients 937-938
DAVID L. PENN, EVAN J. WALDHETER, DIANA O. PERKINS, KIM T. MUESER, and JEFFREY A.
LIEBERMAN Dr. Penn and Colleagues Reply 938
GEORGES M. GHARABAWI, CYNTHIA A. BOSSIE, and YOUNG ZHU New-Onset Tardive Dyskinesia in Patients
With First-Episode Psychosis Receiving Risperidone or Haloperidol 938-939
ROBERT CHRISTIAN WOLF and CARLOS SCHÖNFELDT-LECUONA Depressive Symptoms as First
Manifestation of Posterior Cortical Atrophy 939-940
ROBERT ROSENHECK Integration of Mental Health Care and Supported Employment 940
JUDITH A. COOK, LISA A. RAZZANO, JANE K. BURKE-MILLER, SUSAN A. PICKETT-SCHENK, DENNIS D.
GREY, ANTHONY F. LEHMAN, WILLIAM R. McFARLANE, PAUL B. GOLD, H. STEPHEN LEFF, CRYSTAL
BLYLER,, MARCIA G. TOPRAC, LAURA BLANKERTZ, and MICHAEL SHAFER Dr. Cook and Colleagues Reply
940
NAGAFUMI DOI and CHIE USUI Are High-Risk Haplotypes in DTNBP1 and NRG1 Resistance Genes for
Schizophrenia? 940-941
AYMAN H. FANOUS, EDWIN J. van den OORD, BRIEN P. RILEY, STEVEN H. AGGEN, MICHAEL C. NEALE,
KENNETH S. KENDLER, F. ANTHONY O’NEILL, and DERMOT WALSH Dr. Fanous and Colleagues Reply 941942
Book Forum:
ROBERT MICHELS The Mind Has Mountains: Reflections on Society and Psychiatry 943
CLAUDIO E.M. BANZATO Values and Psychiatric Diagnosis 943-944
MARDI J. HOROWITZ Psychotherapy for Borderline Personality: Focusing on Object Relations 944
EDWARD J. KHANTZIAN Pathological Gambling: Etiology, Comorbidity, and Treatment 945-946
EUGENE H. RUBIN Handbook of Psychiatric Education 946
American journal of psychiatry, n 6, vol 163, 2006
Editorials:
Marianne Z. Wamboldt and David Reiss Explorations of Parenting Environments in the Evolution of Psychiatric
Problems in Children 951-953
David R. Rubinow Antidepressant Treatment During Pregnancy: Between Scylla and Charybdis 954-956
B.J. Casey and Sarah Durston, Ph.d. From Behavior to Cognition to the Brain and Back: What Have We Learned From
Functional Imaging Studies of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder? 957-960
Images in Neuroscience:
Carol A. Tamminga The Anatomy of Fear Extinction 961
Reviews and Overviews:
Alison M. Heru Family Psychiatry: From Research to Practice 962-968
Gordon Parker, Neville A. Gibson, Heather Brotchie, Gabriella Heruc, Anne-Marie Rees, and Dusan Hadzi-Pavlovic
Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Mood Disorders
969-978.
Introspections: Lloyd Benjamin Balance Beam 979-980
Treatment in Psychiatry:
Ellen Frank, Jodi M. Gonzalez, and Andrea Fagiolini
The Importance of Routine for Preventing Recurrence in Bipolar Disorder 981-985.
Clinical Case Conference:
Lisa M. Bodnar, Keerthy R. Sunder, and Katherine L. Wisner
Treatment With Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors During Pregnancy: Deceleration of Weight Gain Because of
Depression or Drug? 986-991.
Images in Psychiatry:Fred R. Volkmar, Barbara Nordhaus, and John E. Schowalter Albert J. Solnit, M.D. (1919–2002)
992
New Research
Martin H. Teicher, Jacqueline A. Samson, Ann Polcari, and Cynthia E. McGreenery
Sticks, Stones, and Hurtful Words: Relative Effects of Various Forms of Childhood Maltreatment 993-1000
Myrna M. Weissman, Priya Wickramaratne, Yoko Nomura, Virginia Warner, Daniel Pilowsky, and Helen Verdeli
Offspring of Depressed Parents: 20 Years Later 1001-1008
Julia Kim-Cohen, Avshalom Caspi, Michael Rutter, Mónica Polo Tomás, and Terrie E. Moffitt
The Caregiving Environments Provided to Children by Depressed Mothers With or Without an Antisocial History
1009-1018
Susan E. Young, Andrew Smolen, John K. Hewitt, Brett C. Haberstick, Michael C. Stallings, Robin P. Corley, and
Thomas J. Crowley
Interaction Between MAO-A Genotype and Maltreatment in the Risk for Conduct Disorder: Failure to Confirm in
Adolescent Patients 1019-1025
Shaila Misri, Pratibha Reebye, Kristin Kendrick, Diana Carter, Deirdre Ryan, Ruth E. Grunau, and Tim F. Oberlander
Internalizing Behaviors in 4-Year-Old Children Exposed in Utero to Psychotropic Medications 1026-1032
Leanne Tamm, Vinod Menon, and Allan L. Reiss
Parietal Attentional System Aberrations During Target Detection in Adolescents With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Disorder: Event-Related fMRI Evidence 1033-1043
Anna B. Smith, Eric Taylor, Mick Brammer, Brian Toone, and Katya Rubia
Task-Specific Hypoactivation in Prefrontal and Temporoparietal Brain Regions During Motor Inhibition and Task
Switching in Medication-Naive Children and Adolescents With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder 1044-1051
Steven R. Pliszka, David C. Glahn, Margaret Semrud-Clikeman, Crystal Franklin, Ricardo Perez III, Jinhu Xiong, and
Mario Liotti,
Neuroimaging of Inhibitory Control Areas in Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Who Were
Treatment Naive or in Long-Term Treatment 1052-1060
Helen M. Barr, Fred L. Bookstein, Kieran D. O’Malley, Paul D. Connor, Janet E. Huggins, and Ann P. Streissguth
Binge Drinking During Pregnancy as a Predictor of Psychiatric Disorders on the Structured Clinical Interview for
DSM-IV in Young Adult Offspring 1061-1065
Carol A. Mathews, Brianne Bimson, Thomas L. Lowe, Luis Diego Herrera, Cathy L. Budman, Gerald Erenberg, Allen
Naarden, Ruth D. Bruun, Nelson B. Freimer, and Victor I. Reus
Association Between Maternal Smoking and Increased Symptom Severity in Tourette’s Syndrome 1066-1073
Katherine Shear, Robert Jin, Ayelet Meron Ruscio, Ellen E. Walters, and Ronald C. Kessler
Prevalence and Correlates of Estimated DSM-IV Child and Adult Separation Anxiety Disorder in the National
Comorbidity Survey Replication 1074-1083
Frederick J. Stoddard, Heidi Ronfeldt, Jerome Kagan, Jennifer E. Drake, Nancy Snidman, J. Michael Murphy, Glenn
Saxe, Jennifer Burns, and Robert L. Sheridan
Young Burned Children: The Course of Acute Stress and Physiological and Behavioral Responses 1084-1090
Christopher S. Monk, Eric E. Nelson, Erin B. McClure, Karin Mogg, Brendan P. Bradley, Ellen Leibenluft, R. James
R. Blair, Gang Chen, Dennis S. Charney, Monique Ernst, and Daniel S. Pine
Ventrolateral Prefrontal Cortex Activation and Attentional Bias in Response to Angry Faces in Adolescents With
Generalized Anxiety Disorder 1091-1097
Brief Reports:
Hanah Nemets, Boris Nemets, Alan Apter, Ziva Bracha, and R.H. Belmaker
Omega-3 Treatment of Childhood Depression: A Controlled, Double-Blind Pilot Study 1098-1100
M. Elizabeth Sublette, Joseph R. Hibbeln, Hanga Galfalvy, Maria A. Oquendo, and J. John Mann
Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Essential Fatty Acid Status as a Predictor of Future Suicide Risk 1100-1102
Joseph H. Beitchman, Lidia Baldassarra, Helene Mik, Vincenzo De Luca, Nicole King, Danielle Bender, Sahar
Ehtesham, and James L. Kennedy
Serotonin Transporter Polymorphisms and Persistent, Pervasive Childhood Aggression 1103-1105
Jose A. Amat, Richard A. Bronen, Sanjay Saluja, Noriko Sato, Hongtu Zhu, Daniel A. Gorman, Jason Royal, and
Bradley S. Peterson
Increased Number of Subcortical Hyperintensities on MRI in Children and Adolescents With Tourette’s Syndrome,
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder 1106-1108
Communications and Updates
Letters to the Editor:
CHARLES P. O’BRIEN, CHARLES A. DACKIS, and KYLE KAMPMAN Does Modafinil Produce Euphoria? 1109
LINDA GANZINI Physician-Assisted Suicide 1109-1110
N. GREGORY HAMILTON and CATHERINE A. HAMILTON Dr. and Ms. Hamilton Reply 1110
JOHN H. MONTGOMERY Industry Funding and Author-Industry Affiliation in Clinical Trials in Psychiatry 11101111
ROY H. PERLIS and ANDREW A. NIERENBERG Dr. Perlis and Colleagues Reply 1111
JATINDER P. BABBAR Frontline Treatment of Combat Stress Reaction 1111
ZAHAVA SOLOMON, RAMI SHKLAR, and MARIO MIKULINCER Dr. Solomon and Colleagues Reply 1111-1112
ANKE EHLERS More Evidence for the Role of Persistent Dissociation in PTSD 1112
PUSHPAL DESARKAR, ANUPAM THAKUR, and VINOD KUMAR SINHA Aripiprazole-Induced Acute Dystonia
1112-1113
HEATH R. PENLAND Lipids, Hormones, and Gastric Bypass 1113
WEI JIANG Dr. Jiang Replies 1113-1114
Book Forum:
John OLdham Fatal Flaws 1115
Dan G. Blazer, Spirituality and the Healthy Mind: Science, Therapy, and the Need for Personal Meaning 1115-1116
Harold Alan Pincus The Health Care Mess: How We Got Into It and What It Will Take to Get Out 1116
Lawrence Adler Adolescent Suicide: Assessment and Intervention, Second Edition 1116-1117
Glen O. Gabbard The Schopenhauer Cure: A Novel 1118
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Animazione sociale, no 2, anno 35, 2005
INTERVISTA
Sicurezze degli adulti o tutela dei minori? Riconoscere il ragazzo come «cittadino»
Intervista a Carlo Alfredo Moro a cura di Roberto Camarlinghi
STUDI
Il dàimon dell’operatività sociale Il volto dionisiaco dell’educatore
Paolo Mottana
PROSPETTIVE
L’accoglienza familiare: una leggerezza insostenibile? Le reti di famiglie del CNCA aperte all’accoglienza
Claudio Figini, Luigi Piccoli
INSERTO
Focus preadolescenti/1
Preadolescenti vagabondi in cerca d’identità
La rilevanza del gruppo nell’esperienza del preadolescente
Barriere protettive, non binari rigidi
Le alterne emozioni alla ricerca di narrazioni
La famiglia tra permessi e divieti
A cura di Francesco Berto, Paola Scalari
ESPERIENZE
Sulle tracce di un dialogo con gli adolescenti Undici Comuni del Lodigiano per una progettualità partecipata con
adolescenti
Chiara Baldini, Carla Mazzoleni, Ilaria Rancati
METODO
Progetto di animazione o progetto di casa con anziani? Ripensare le Residenze sanitarie assistenziali
Betty Lazzarotto
LUOGHI & PROFESSIONI
L’affido diurno di bambini stranieri
Un sostegno ai legami familiari
Sonia Scalco, Chiara Stragliotto, Isabella Todaro, Nancy Zanardello
ANIMAZIONESCUOLA
Il gruppo è vita: tutto il resto è noia L’esperienza gruppale di una classe scolastica di preadolescenti
Domenico Canciani
DIARI
«Vabè l’educatore, ma di lavoro-lavoro che fai?» Carlo Battaglia
Come avvicinare le tribù degli ultrà Équipe del Progetto Estasiestasi 2
Arginare la carriera deviante di un ragazzo smarrito Simone Spensieri, Gianluca Seimandi
Il valore aggiunto che si stenta a riconoscere A cura di Rossella De Ve
Animazione sociale, no 3, anno 35, 2005
INTERVISTA
La generatività della società civile? Quale rapporto tra società civile e terzo settore
Intervista a Mauro Magatti a cura di Stefano Tomelleri
STUDI
Viaggiar per mare sulle rotte dell’autobiografia Disegnare nuove mappe di significati nelle pratiche di formazione
autobiografiche
Massimo De Bortoli
PROSPETTIVE
Quale futuro per le comunità terapeutiche? Riaffermare la valenza terapeutica dei trattamenti residenziali delle
dipendenze
Giuseppe Iraci Sareri
INSERTO
Voci del sociale
Circoli virtuosi di inclusione in storie di disabilità
Il lavoro come ambiente di inclusione
Le forme del sostegno all’integrazione socio-lavorativa
Il rimodellarsi dei centri diurni
Da vicino nessuno è normale
A cura di Elisa Lionzo, Loreta Novello, Marina Sartori, Sonia Stefanovichj, Luca Trappolin, Anna Zanini
METODO
Un laboratorio per diventare gruppo Preadolescenti alla ricerca del proprio essere sociale
Paola Sartori
STRUMENTI
Lavorare con storie di grave marginalità Verso una rielaborazione aperta al futuro del proprio universo psichico
Giacomo Invernizzi
LUOGHI & PROFESSIONI
La famiglia del portatore di handicap Tra iperprotezione, rifiuto e accettazione
Ugo Albano
DIARI
L’educatore alla prova dell’autogrill Équipe del Progetto Estasiestasi 2
Un diario di bordo per raccontare i lunghi viaggi Sabrina Iotti
Del budget, del management e di altre faccende Carlo Battaglia
Le parole che aiutano a ritrovarsi
Animazione sociale, no 4, anno 35, 2005
INTERVISTA
Promuovere i diritti, sfatare le promesse illusorie Riflessioni sulla logica predittiva che informa una certa idea di
prevenzione
Intervista a Duccio Scatolero a cura di Paola Molinatto
STUDI
L’autonomia individuale tra sollecitudine e contratto Per un’inclusione sociale che non umilia la persona
Marc Breviglieri
PROSPETTIVE
La democrazia vista dal manicomio Un percorso di riflessione a partire dal caso italiano
Maria Grazia Giannichedda
INSERTO
Voci del sociale
Il sostegno al lavoro di cura delle donne immigrate
Domiciliarità e vita quotidiana dell’anziano
Il ruolo delle lavoratrici straniere nelle cure domiciliari
Welfare locale e nuovo mercato delle cure domiciliari
A cura di Ebe Quintavalla
ESPERIENZE
Cittadini a passo di danza Tedacà, Torino: quando un’associazione culturale giovanile dà spettacolo
Isabella Derosa, Simone Schinocca
METODO
Quando non se ne può più Del burn-out o del male di vivere
Giorgio Blandino
ANIMAZIONESCUOLA
Lavorare con le emozioni Un percorso in classe con ragazzi disabili
Claudia Giannetti
DIARI
Salvatore che tirava i pugni Manila Ferrari
Quei pomeriggi passati in un bar Carlo Battaglia
Riflettendo dietro i paraventi Marina Galati
Animazione sociale, no 5, anno 35, 2005
INTERVISTA
Curare lo sguardo per riabitare il mondo
Considerazioni inattuali su adolescenza, educazione, immaginarioRiflessioni sulla logica predittiva che informa una
certa idea di prevenzione
Intervista a Paolo Mottana a cura di Andrea Marchesi
STUDI
Raccontare per migrareLa narrazione (auto)biografica dal senso alla cura
Nòvita Amadei
PROSPETTIVE
Ma quanto costa il sociale! Alcune indicazioni per «incominciare a contare»
Roberto Merlo
INSERTO
Voci del sociale
Per un approccio sociale alla disabilità
• Costruire biografie nella disabilità
• Problematizzare il concetto di integrazione
• Ripensare il lavoro nei servizi alla disabilità
A cura di Maurizio Colleoni, Roberto Medeghini, Valter Tarchini
ESPERIENZE
Qualcosa di forte e intenso è accaduto Giovani e adulti a inventare la prevenzione a Mantova
Rosa Pancera
LUOGHI&PROFESSIONI
Là dove si rigenera la cittadinanza Informazione e partecipazione: la nuova sfida degli Informagiovani
Giovanni Campagnoli
ANIMAZIONE SCUOLA
Se ogni genitore è un po’ pedagogista La valorizzazione della «pedagogia dei genitori»
Augusta Moletto, Riziero Zucchi
DIARI
• La prudenza come fattore di rischio Simone Spensieri, Gianluca Seimandi
• Il burattinaio che vide il mondo in una classe Giovanna Magnani
• Se la curva si sente riserva indiana Progetto Estasiestasi
Animazione sociale, no 6/7, anno 35, giugno-luglio 2005
INTERVISTA
«Sono forse io custode di mio fratello?» Un percorso alle radici antropologiche ed etiche del prendersi cura
Intervista a Salvatore Natoli a cura di Mosè Conte
STUDI
Dare cittadinanza all’invecchiare
Ripensare l’azione sociale con gli anziani in senso multigenerazionale e comunitario
Ennio Ripamonti
PROSPETTIVE
I percorsi accidentati della sussidiarietàLa cooperazione sociale tra convenzione, accreditamento, e concessione di
servizio pubblico
Mauro Perino
INSERTO
Voci del sociale
Attivare la generatività delle famiglie nella comunità
Se la famiglia da sola non ce la fa a essere risorsa
La costruzione di un luogo moltiplicatore di risorse
Non sempre le famiglie vogliono ridursi a fabbrica
A cura di Gino Mazzoli e Nicoletta Spadoni
ESPERIENZE
La famiglia soggetto delle politiche familiari
La ricerca-azione del Progetto «Politiche familiari» di Montebelluna
Andrea Pozzobon, Margherita Michelon
METODO
Le sobrietà complicate
Alcol, alcolismi ed esclusione sociale
Roberto Dalla Chiara
STRUMENTI
Sentieri per esplorare relazioni
«Mi senti? Ti sento!»: un «corso» di sostegno alla comunicazione con preadolescenti/1
Marco Ubbiali
DIARI
Proseguirà la prevenzione tra ultrà?
Progetto EstaSiestaSi 2
Se tatuarsi riduce il danno A cura di Giorgio Bombieri
Animazione sociale, no 8/9, anno 35, agosto settembre 2005
INTERVISTA
Se i territori si approssimano ad un vivere sostenibile
I territori come «laboratori di sostenibilità»
Intervista a Tonino Perna a cura di Roberto Camarlinghi
STUDI
Un territorio per i disabili oltre i luoghi comuni
Spazi di oscillazione tra «distanza» e «contatto»
Tarcisio Plebani
PROSPETTIVE
L’accoglienza che insegna a volare
Tra il diritto dei bambini a una famiglia e la complessità dell’affidamento
Luciano Tosco
INSERTO
Voci del sociale
Fare spazio alla disabilità nei reticoli della comunità
Educare il territorio alla disabilità
Istituzioni che governano le sfide della disabilità
Le fatiche e le passioni delle famiglie con figli disabili
A cura di Maurizio Colleoni, Simona Colpani, Damiano Previstali
METODO
Intrecci tra progetto, programma e persona
Promemoria per un’esplorazione del proprio agire educativo
Genoveffo Dirozzi
STRUMENTI
Offrire un’anticipazione di senso
«Mi senti? Ti sento!»: un «corso» di sostegno alla comunicazione con preadolescenti/2
Marco Ubbiali
LUOGHI & PROFESSIONI
Sei questioni chiave intorno ai Centri di aggregazione giovanile
Per una nuova cultura dei CAG
A cura di Paola Merlini e Franco Talarico
DIARI
Miguel, dipendente per dissidenza Simone Spensieri
Che ci faccio io al lavoro se sono in ferie? Carlo Battaglia
Animazione sociale, no 10, anno 35, ottobre 2005
INTERVISTA
Moti d’attesa dell’anima ferita
Relazioni che riaprono possibilità di guarigione
Intervista a Eugenio Borgna a cura di Fabio Anibaldi
STUDI
Politiche sociali e governance: cos’è pubblico?
La fragilità della dimensione pubblica nelle politiche sociali odierne
Lavinia Bifulco
PROSPETTIVE
La fabbrica dell’agire civile
Nuove «istituzioni» nella produzione di beni comuni
Dario Rei
INSERTO
Voci del sociale
Ripensare l’animazione come formazione dei giovani
•
L’animazione come antidoto formativo per le nuove generazioni
•
Quanto è formativa l’animazione per l’educatore?
•
Il metodo dell’animazione nella formazione di una coscienza autonoma
Conversazione con Mario Pollo a cura di Giancarlo De Nicolò
ESPERIENZE
Esercizi di quotidiana genitorialità
Famiglie con problemi nella comunità diurna «Il Vantaggio» di Bergamo
A cura di Silvia Brena
METODO
Se riuscissi a parlare del mio lavoro ai miei figli
Raccontare il lavoro di comunità senza troppo ricorrere a schemi di pensiero precostituiti
Loris Trevisol
LUOGHI&PROFESSIONI
Il tutoring domiciliare
Prendersi cura di chi cura gli anziani
A cura di Ebe Quintavalla
ANIMAZIONESCUOLA
L’educatore nella scuola
La mobilitazione delle risorse inespresse di ragazzi in difficoltà
A cura di Alberto Panciroli
DIARI
Nocciolino, duro fuori e morbido dentro Marilena Reale
La capacità dell’escluso? Accogliere A cura di Rossella De Vecchi
Animazione sociale, no 11, anno 35, novembre 2005
INTERVISTA
«La tua strada la costruisci mentre cammini»
Una metafora del vivere e del lavorare con altri
Intervista a Duccio Demetrio a cura di Franco Floris
STUDI
Città psichedelica
Le dinamiche sociali di una periferia senza centro
Fabrizio Floris
PROSPETTIVE
Il tempo-lavoro degli operatori sociali
Per una nuova contrattualità tra operatori, cittadini, organizzazioni
A cura di Gianni Garena
INSERTO
Voci del sociale
Un teatro di e per la comunità
• Teatri dell’abitare
• Un teatro per farsi comunità
• Un lavoro drammaturgico che genera tessuto sociale
• Oltre il teatro del margine
Sisto Dalla Palma, Norma De Piccoli, Francesco Maltese, Alessandro Pontremoli, Alessandra Rossi Ghiglione
METODO
La dimensione politica del lavoro sociale ed educativo
La progettazione e le sue connessioni: dall’individuo alla società
Norma Perotto
STRUMENTI
Quando l’esplorazione genera prevenzione
Il percorso «Videoindipemdenti» nelle scuole del Verbano-Cusio-Ossola/1
Mauro Croce, Marco Martinetti, Mauro Vassura
LUOGHI&PROFESSIONI
La genitorialità «sociale» nell’affido familiare
L’affido familiare, un’esperienza tra luci e ombre
Daniele Chitti
DIARI
Sevizi sociali: «gattopardo» della società? Giacomo Panizza
Siamo disposti a cambiare stile di vita? Beatrice Casarin
Animazione sociale, no 12, anno 35, dicembre 2005
INTERVISTA
Quando un bambino arriva in comunità
Ipotesi di lavoro nelle situazioni di maltrattamento e abuso dei bambini
Intervista a Luisa Della Rosa a cura di Claudia Marabini
STUDI
Apprendere attraverso l’altro
La sfida relazionale ai saperi della cura
Sergio Manghi
PROSPETTIVE
Dalla percezione di impotenza al riscoprirsi soggetti attivi
Un documento di base per discutere la sostenibilità dei servizi
A cura di Roberto Camarlinghi e Francesco d’Angella
INSERTO
Voci del sociale
L’attivarsi di risorse informali dentro le comunità locali
• Famiglie-risorsa e pratiche di quotidiana solidarietà
• Etica della cura e reti informali nel welfare territoriale
• La cura come etica pubblica e politica
• Un percorso di riflessione sulle famiglie-risorsa
Vanna Iori, Luigina Mortari, Elisabetta Musi
METODO
Le biografie dell’abbandono
Per una pedagogia della narrazione nel lavoro con storie di grave marginalità
Giacomo Invernizzi
STRUMENTI
Infiniti confronti per fare di un video l’impresa comune
Il percorso «Videoindipendenti» nelle scuole del Verbano-Cusio-Ossola/2
Mauro Croce, Marco Martinetti, Mauro Vassura
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Appunti del Centro terapia cognitiva [Como], no 1, vol 1, ottobre 2004
EDITORIALE pag. 7
IDENTITA, SCOPI EVOLUTIVI E PSICOTERAPIA NELL'ARCO DELLA VITA pag. 11
Maurizio Dodet, Furio Lambruschi, Fabio Moser, Marzia Mattei, Rita Pezzati
LA FORMAZIONE
QUESTIONARIO DI VALUTAZIONE DEL GRADO DI SODDISFAZIONE DEGLI ALLIEVI RISPETTO AI
DOCENTI DELLA SCUOLA DI PSICOTERAPIA COGNITIVA DI COMO ANNO 2002-2003 pag. 37
Adriana Pelliccia, Savina Stoppa Beretta, Allegra Fisogni, Simonetta Raisi
VALUTAZIONE DELL'ANALISI PERSONALE DEGLI ALLIEVI pag. 50
Adriana Pelliccia, Savina Stoppa Beretta, Allegra Bisogni Simonetta Raisi
CONFINI DEL SETTING pag. 57
Adriana Pelliccia, Marzia Mattei
PSICOTERAPIA DELL'ETA EVOLUTIVA E MOMENTI EVOLUTIVI
Scala di sviluppo da 0 a 3 anni.
Emanuela Iacchia pag. 67
DEPRESSIONE POST-PARTUM
"La relazione interrotta all'alba di una vita".
Emanuela Iacchia, Marzia Mattei pag. 79
DISTURBI SPECIFICI DELL'APPRENDIMENTO
Storia di una dislessia.
Emanuela Iacchia, Marzia Mattei pag. 85
CONVEGNI, CORSI E ALTRE INIZIATIVE
Costituzione dell'area di interesse SITCC sulla psicoterapia dell'eta evolutiva.pag. 89
Fondamenti di psicologia dello sport.pag. 95
Appunti del Centro terapia cognitiva [Como], no 2, vol 1, maggio 2005
EDITORIALE pag 7
IDENTITA PERSONALE E ATTEGGIAMENTI VERSO LA REALTA' IN SOGGETTI CON ORGANIZZAZIONE
COGNITIVA DI TIPO DEPRESSIVO: CENNI TEORICI E CLINICI Giuseppe Nava e Marzia Mattei pag. 9
IL LINGUAGGIO METAFORICO NELLA PSICOTERAPIA COGNITIVA
Marzia Mattei, Marco Mossi, Giuliana Berisso pag. 51
COME VINCERE LE SFIDE E FARLA FRANCA
Giovanni Battista Monti, Marzia Mattei pag. 63
LO SPAZIO D'ASCOLTO: PSICOLOGI A SCUOLA
Emanuela Iacchia e Marzia Mattei pag. 69
GRUPPO PSICOEDUCAZIONALE PER ANZIANI PROTESIZZATI LA PRESA IN CARICO DEL DOLORE E
DELLA SINTOMATOLOGIA DEPRESSIVA NEL PAZIENTE ANZIANO IN RIABILITAZIONE INTENSIVA.
Marco Pastorini, Luisa Pietrasanta, Sergio Rigardo pag. 75
FILOGENESI DELL'AMICIZIA...
Anna Banderali, Marcella Linguadoro pag. 83
INTERVISIONE NARRATIVA
Fulvio Bianchi, Monica Grobberio, Patrizio Pintus pag. 89
INDIRIZZARIO STUDI COGNITITIVISTI Rita Pezzati pag. 95
Appunti del Centro terapia cognitiva [Como], no 3, vol 1, ottobre 2005
IL BAMBINO TRISTE: I SINTOMI IN ETA' EVOLUTIVA
Emanuela Iacchia e Marzia Mattei pag. 7
"Ragazzo triste come me... ":
L'ORGANIZZAZIONE DEPRESSIVA NEGLI ADOLESCENTI
Marzia Mattei e Grazia Manerchia pag. 13
L'ORGANIZZAZIONE PERSONALE DI SIGNIFICATO DEPRESSIVO NEL VECCHIO
Rita Pezzati, Fabio Moser, Aldo Genovese pag. 23
LE ORIGINI TEORICHE DELLA SOCIETA ITALIANA DI TERAPIA COMPORTAMENTALE E COGNITIVA
(S.I.T.C.C.) E DELL'ASSOCIAZIONE ITALIANA DI ANALISI E MODIFICAZIONE DEL COMPORTAMENTO E
DI TERAPIA COGNITIVA E COMPORTAMENTALE (A.I.A.M.C.)
Gianluca Chiesa pag. 31
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Archives of general psychiatry, no 4, vol 62, 2005
Art and Images in Psychiatry
Excavation James C. Harris 359-360.
Original Articles
Antipsychotic Drug Effects on Brain Morphology in First-Episode Psychosis
Jeffrey A. Lieberman; Gary D. Tollefson; Cecil Charles; Robert Zipursky; Tonmoy Sharma; Rene S. Kahn; Richard S.
E. Keefe; Alan I. Green; Raquel E. Gur; Joseph McEvoy; Diana Perkins; Robert M. Hamer; Hongbin Gu; Mauricio
Tohen; for the HGDH Study Group 361-370.
Increased Caudate Dopamine D2 Receptor Availability as a Genetic Marker for Schizophrenia
Jussi Hirvonen; Theo G. M. van Erp; Jukka Huttunen; Sargo Aalto; Kjell Någren; Matti Huttunen; Jouko Lönnqvist;
Jaakko Kaprio; Jarmo Hietala; Tyrone D. Cannon 371-378.
Regionally Specific Disturbance of Dorsolateral Prefrontal–Hippocampal Functional Connectivity in Schizophrenia
Andreas S. Meyer-Lindenberg; Rosanna K. Olsen; Philip D. Kohn; Timothy Brown; Michael F. Egan; Daniel R.
Weinberger; Karen Faith Berman 379-386.
Alterations in Regional Cerebral Glucose Metabolism Across Waking and Non–Rapid Eye Movement Sleep in
Depression
Eric A. Nofzinger; Daniel J. Buysse; Anne Germain; Julie C. Price; Carolyn C. Meltzer; Jean M. Miewald; David J.
Kupfer 387-396.
Neuroanatomic Correlates of Psychopathologic Components of Major Depressive Disorder
Matthew S. Milak; Ramin V. Parsey; John Keilp; Maria A. Oquendo; Kevin M. Malone; J. John Mann 397-408.
Cognitive Therapy vs Medications in the Treatment of Moderate to Severe Depression
Robert J. DeRubeis; Steven D. Hollon; Jay D. Amsterdam; Richard C. Shelton; Paula R. Young; Ronald M. Salomon;
John P. O’Reardon; Margaret L. Lovett; Madeline M. Gladis; Laurel L. Brown; Robert Gallop 409-416.
Prevention of Relapse Following Cognitive Therapy vs Medications in Moderate to Severe Depression
Steven D. Hollon; Robert J. DeRubeis; Richard C. Shelton; Jay D. Amsterdam; Ronald M. Salomon; John P.
O’Reardon; Margaret L. Lovett; Paula R. Young; Kirsten L. Haman; Brent B. Freeman; Robert Gallop 417-422.
Suicide Risk in Relation to Psychiatric Hospitalization: Evidence Based on Longitudinal Registers
Ping Qin; Merete Nordentoft 427-432.
Impact of 3-Tier Formularies on Drug Treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children
Haiden A. Huskamp; Patricia A. Deverka; Arnold M. Epstein; Robert S. Epstein; Kimberly A. McGuigan; Anna C.
Muriel; Richard G. Frank 435-441.
Methamphetamine Users in Sustained Abstinence: A Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Study
Thomas E. Nordahl; Ruth Salo; Yutaka Natsuaki; Gantt P. Galloway; Christy Waters; Charles D. Moore; Shawn Kile;
Michael H. Buonocore 444-452.
Archives of general psychiatry, no 5, vol 62, 2005
Art and Images in Psychiatry
A Clinical Lesson at the Salpêtrière,James C. Harris 470-472.
Perspectives
Strategy for Investigating Interactions Between Measured Genes and Measured Environments
Terrie E. Moffitt; Avshalom Caspi; Michael Rutter 473-481.
Original Articles
Reduced Parahippocampal Connectivity Produces Schizophrenia-like Memory Deficits in Simulated Neural Circuits
With Reduced Parahippocampal Connectivity
Lucia M. Talamini; Martijn Meeter; Brita Elvevåg; Jaap M. J. Murre; Terry E. Goldberg 485-493.
Early-Stage Visual Processing and Cortical Amplification Deficits in Schizophrenia
Pamela D. Butler; Vance Zemon; Isaac Schechter; Alice M. Saperstein; Matthew J. Hoptman; Kelvin O. Lim; Nadine
Revheim; Gail Silipo; Daniel C. Javitt 495-504.
Results of a Multisite Randomized Trial of Supported Employment Interventions for Individuals With Severe Mental
Illness
Judith A. Cook; H. Stephen Leff; Crystal R. Blyler; Paul B. Gold; Richard W. Goldberg; Kim T. Mueser; Marcia G.
Toprac; William R. McFarlane; Michael S. Shafer; Laura E. Blankertz; Ken Dudek; Lisa A. Razzano; Dennis D. Grey;
Jane Burke-Miller 505-512.
Chronic Depression: Medication (Nefazodone) or Psychotherapy (CBASP) Is Effective When the Other Is Not
Alan F. Schatzberg; A. John Rush; Bruce A. Arnow; Phillip L. C. Banks; Janice A. Blalock; Frances E. Borian; Robert
Howland; Daniel N. Klein; James H. Kocsis; Susan G. Kornstein; Rachel Manber; John C. Markowitz; Ivan Miller;
Philip T. Ninan; Barbara O. Rothbaum; Michael E. Thase; Madhukar H. Trivedi; Martin B. Keller 513-520.
Predicting Depression Following Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Harvey S. Levin; Stephen R. McCauley; Claudia Pedroza Josic; Corwin Boake; Sharon A. Brown; Heather S.
Goodman; Shirley G. Merritt; Susan I. Brundage 523-528.
The Interaction of Stressful Life Events and a Serotonin Transporter Polymorphism in the Prediction of Episodes of
Major Depression: A Replication
Kenneth S. Kendler; Jonathan W. Kuhn; Jen Vittum; Carol A. Prescott; Brien Riley 529-535.
Influence of Serotonin Transporter Promoter Region Polymorphisms on Hippocampal Volumes in Late-Life Depression
Warren D. Taylor; David C. Steffens; Martha E. Payne; James R. MacFall; Douglas A. Marchuk; Ingrid K. Svenson; K.
Ranga R. Krishnan 537-544.
Psychopathology Among New York City Public School Children 6 Months After September 11
Christina W. Hoven; Cristiane S. Duarte; Christopher P. Lucas; Ping Wu; Donald J. Mandell; Renee D. Goodwin;
Michael Cohen; Victor Balaban; Bradley A. Woodruff; Fan Bin; George J. Musa; Lori Mei; Pamela A. Cantor; J.
Lawrence Aber; Patricia Cohen; Ezra Susser 545-551.
Neighborhood Residence and Mental Health Problems of 5- to 11-Year-Olds
Yange Xue; Tama Leventhal; Jeanne Brooks-Gunn; Felton J. Earls 554-563.
Variability of Familial Risk of Alzheimer Disease Across the Late Life Span
Jeremy M. Silverman; Gregory Ciresi; Christopher J. Smith; Deborah B. Marin; Michal Schnaider-Beeri 565-573.
Corrections
Differences Between Early-Phase Primary Psychotic Disorders With Concurrent Substance Use and SubstanceInduced Psychoses—Correction 493.
Archives of general psychiatry, n 6, vol 62, 2005
Art and Images in Psychiatry
Hypnotic Session James C. Harris 588.
Commentaries
Psychiatric Epidemiology: It’s Not Just About Counting Anymore
Thomas R. Insel; Wayne S. Fenton 590-592.
Original Articles
Lifetime Prevalence and Age-of-Onset Distributions of DSM-IV Disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey
Replication
Ronald C. Kessler; Patricia Berglund; Olga Demler; Robert Jin; Kathleen R. Merikangas; Ellen E. Walters 593-602.
Failure and Delay in Initial Treatment Contact After First Onset of Mental Disorders in the National Comorbidity
Survey Replication
Philip S. Wang; Patricia Berglund; Mark Olfson; Harold A. Pincus; Kenneth B. Wells; Ronald C. Kessler 603-613.
Prevalence, Severity, and Comorbidity of 12-Month DSM-IV Disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey
Replication
Ronald C. Kessler; Wai Tat Chiu; Olga Demler; Ellen E. Walters 617-627.
Twelve-Month Use of Mental Health Services in the United States: Results From the National Comorbidity Survey
Replication
Philip S. Wang; Michael Lane; Mark Olfson; Harold A. Pincus; Kenneth B. Wells; Ronald C. Kessler 629-640.
Operation of the Schizophrenia Susceptibility Gene, Neuregulin 1, Across Traditional Diagnostic Boundaries to
Increase Risk for Bipolar Disorder
Elaine K. Green; Rachel Raybould; Stuart Macgregor; Katherine Gordon-Smith; Jess Heron; Sally Hyde; Detelina
Grozeva; Marian Hamshere; Nigel Williams; Michael J. Owen; Michael C. O’Donovan; Lisa Jones; Ian Jones; George
Kirov; Nick Craddock 642-648.
Effects of Cigarette Smoking on Spatial Working Memory and Attentional Deficits in Schizophrenia: Involvement of
Nicotinic Receptor Mechanisms
Kristi A. Sacco; Angelo Termine; Aisha Seyal; Melissa M. Dudas; Jennifer C. Vessicchio; Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin;
Peter I. Jatlow; Bruce E. Wexler; Tony P. George 649-659.
Depression and Heart Rate Variability in Patients With Stable Coronary Heart Disease: Findings From the Heart and
Soul Study
Anil Gehi; Dennis Mangano; Sharon Pipkin; Warren S. Browner; Mary A. Whooley 661-666.
Cognitive Modulation of the Endocrine Stress Response to a Pharmacological Challenge in Normal and Panic Disorder
Subjects
James L. Abelson; Israel Liberzon; Elizabeth A. Young; Samir Khan 668-675.
Effect of Genes, Environment, and Lifetime Co-occurring Disorders on Health-Related Quality of Life in Problem and
Pathological Gamblers
Jeffrey F. Scherrer; Hong Xian; Kamini R. Shah; Rachel Volberg; Wendy Slutske; Seth A. Eisen 677-683.
Sex Differences in the Clinical Manifestations of Alzheimer Disease Pathology
Lisa L. Barnes; Robert S. Wilson; Julia L. Bienias; Julie A. Schneider; Denis A. Evans; David A. Bennett 685-691.
Corrections
The Metamorphosis of Narcissus—Correction 613.
Archives of general psychiatry, no 7, vol 62, 2005
Errors in Byline, Author Affiliations, and Acknowledgment in: Prevalence, Severity, and Comorbidity of 12-Month
DSM-IV Disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey Replication :709.
Errors in Byline, Author Affiliations, and Acknowledgment in: Lifetime Prevalence and Age-of-Onset Distributions of
DSM-IV Disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey Replication :768.
Art and Images in Psychiatry
Jeanne Hébuterne James C. Harris :710.
Commentaries
Does Treating Post–Myocardial Infarction Depression Reduce Medical Mortality?
Alexander H. Glassman :711-712.
Original Articles
Attitudes Toward Antipsychotic Medication: The Impact of Clinical Variables and Relationships With Health
Professionals
Jennifer C. Day; Richard P. Bentall; Chris Roberts; Fiona Randall; Anne Rogers; Dinah Cattell; David Healy; Pam Rae;
Cheryl Power :717-724.
Assessment of Capacity to Consent to Research Among Older Persons With Schizophrenia, Alzheimer Disease, or
Diabetes Mellitus: Comparison of a 3-Item Questionnaire With a Comprehensive Standardized Capacity Instrument
Barton W. Palmer; Laura B. Dunn; Paul S. Appelbaum; Sunder Mudaliar; Leon Thal; Robert Henry; Shahrokh Golshan;
Dilip V. Jeste :726-733.
Frontotemporal Alterations in Pediatric Bipolar Disorder: Results of a Voxel-Based Morphometry Study
Daniel P. Dickstein; Michael P. Milham; Allison C. Nugent; Wayne C. Drevets; Dennis S. Charney; Daniel S. Pine;
Ellen Leibenluft :734-741.
Alcohol Misuse and Mood Disorders Following Traumatic Brain Injury
Ricardo E. Jorge; Sergio E. Starkstein; Stephan Arndt; David Moser; Benedicto Crespo-Facorro; Robert G. Robinson
:742-749.
Long-term Stability of Alcohol and Other Substance Dependence Diagnoses and Habitual Smoking: An Evaluation
After 5 Years
Robert Culverhouse; Kathleen K. Bucholz; Raymond R. Crowe; Victor Hesselbrock; John I. Nurnberger Jr; Bernice
Porjesz; Marc A. Schuckit; Theodore Reich; Laura Jean Bierut :753-760.
Neural Activation Patterns of Methamphetamine-Dependent Subjects During Decision Making Predict Relapse
Martin P. Paulus; Susan F. Tapert; Marc A. Schuckit :761-768.
Personality and Problem Gambling: A Prospective Study of a Birth Cohort of Young Adults
Wendy S. Slutske; Avshalom Caspi; Terrie E. Moffitt; Richie Poulton :769-775.
Predictors of Treatment Acceptance and Completion in Anorexia Nervosa: Implications for Future Study Designs
Katherine A. Halmi; W. Stewart Agras; Scott Crow; James Mitchell; G. Terence Wilson; Susan W. Bryson; Helena C.
Kraemer :776-781.
White Matter Abnormalities in Obsessive-compulsive Disorder: A Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study
Philip R. Szeszko; Babak A. Ardekani; Manzar Ashtari; Anil K. Malhotra; Delbert G. Robinson; Robert M. Bilder;
Kelvin O. Lim :782-790.
Effects of Antidepressant Medication on Morbidity and Mortality in Depressed Patients After Myocardial Infarction
C. Barr Taylor; Marston E. Youngblood; Diane Catellier; Richard C. Veith; Robert M. Carney; Matthew M. Burg; Peter
G. Kaufmann; John Shuster; Thomas Mellman; James A. Blumenthal; Ranga Krishnan; Allan S. Jaffe; for the
ENRICHD Investigators :792-798.
Deficient Fear Conditioning in Psychopathy: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study
Niels Birbaumer; Ralf Veit; Martin Lotze; Michael Erb; Christiane Hermann; Wolfgang Grodd; Herta Flor :799-805.
Archives of general psychiatry, no 8, vol 62, 2005
Art and Images in Psychiatry The Hangover (Gueule de Bois) James C. Harris :824.
Commentaries
Violence and the Mentally Ill: Victims, Not Perpetrators Leon Eisenberg :825-826.
Original Articles
Chromatin Alterations Associated With Down-regulated Metabolic Gene Expression in the Prefrontal Cortex of
Subjects With Schizophrenia
Schahram Akbarian; Martin G. Ruehl; Erin Bliven; Lori A. Luiz; Amy C. Peranelli; Stephen P. Baker; Rosalinda C.
Roberts; William E. Bunney Jr; Robert C. Conley; Edward G. Jones; Carol A. Tamminga; Yin Guo :829-840.
Family History of Psychiatric Illness as a Risk Factor for Schizoaffective Disorder: A Danish Register-Based Cohort
Study
Thomas Munk Laursen; Rodrigo Labouriau; Rasmus W. Licht; Aksel Bertelsen; Trine Munk-Olsen; Preben Bo
Mortensen :841-848.
Effects of Co-occurring Alcohol Abuse on the Course of Bipolar Disorder Following a First Hospitalization for Mania
Stephen M. Strakowski; Melissa P. DelBello; David E. Fleck; Caleb M. Adler; Robert M. Anthenelli; Paul E. Keck Jr;
Lesley M. Arnold; Jennifer Amicone :851-858.
Suicide Risk in Patients Treated With Lithium
Lars Vedel Kessing; Lars Søndergård; Kajsa Kvist; Per Kragh Andersen :860-866.
Cost-effectiveness of Evidence-Based Pharmacotherapy or Cognitive Behavior Therapy Compared With Community
Referral for Major Depression in Predominantly Low-Income Minority Women
Dennis A. Revicki; Juned Siddique; Lori Frank; Joyce Y. Chung; Bonnie L. Green; Janice Krupnick; Manishi Prasad;
Jeanne Miranda :868-875.
Cortical -Aminobutyric Acid Type A–Benzodiazepine Receptors in Recovery From Alcohol Dependence:
Relationship to Features of Alcohol Dependence and Cigarette Smoking
Julie K. Staley; Christopher Gottschalk; Ismene L. Petrakis; Ralitza Gueorguieva; Stephanie O’Malley; Ronald
Baldwin; Peter Jatlow; Nicolaas Paul L. G. Verhoeff; Edward Perry; David Weinzimmer; Erin Frohlich; Elizabeth Ruff;
Christopher H. van Dyck; John P. Seibyl; Robert B. Innis; John H. Krystal :877-888.
Validation of the Phenomenon of Autistic Regression Using Home Videotapes
Emily Werner; Geraldine Dawson :889-895.
Instability of the DSM-IV Subtypes of ADHD From Preschool Through Elementary School
Benjamin B. Lahey; William E. Pelham; Jan Loney; Steve S. Lee; Erik Willcutt :896-902.
Somatization Increases Medical Utilization and Costs Independent of Psychiatric and Medical Comorbidity
Arthur J. Barsky; E. John Orav; David W. Bates :903-910.
Crime Victimization in Adults With Severe Mental Illness: Comparison With the National Crime Victimization
Survey
Linda A. Teplin; Gary M. McClelland; Karen M. Abram; Dana A. Weiner :911-921.
Disorder-Specific Neuroanatomical Correlates of Attentional Bias in Obsessive-compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder,
and Hypochondriasis
Odile A. van den Heuvel; Dick J. Veltman; Henk J. Groenewegen; Menno P. Witter; Jille Merkelbach; Danielle C.
Cath; Anton J. L. M. van Balkom; Patricia van Oppen; Richard van Dyck :922-933.
Corrections
Errors in Tables in: A Family Study of Alcohol Dependence: Coaggregation of Multiple Disorders in Relatives of
Alcohol-Dependent Probands :848.
Archives of general psychiatry, no 9, vol 62, 2005
Art and Images in Psychiatry Portrait of the Family James C. Harris :952.
Perspectives
The Current State of Cognitive Therapy: A 40-Year Retrospective
Aaron T. Beck :953-959.
Original Articles
Control Group Bias in Randomized Atypical Antipsychotic Medication Trials for Schizophrenia
Scott W. Woods; Ralitza V. Gueorguieva; C. Bruce Baker; Robert W. Makuch :961-970.
Association Between Duration of Untreated Psychosis and Outcome in Cohorts of First-Episode Patients: A
Systematic Review
Max Marshall; Shon Lewis; Austin Lockwood; Richard Drake; Peter Jones; Tim Croudace :975-983.
Comparative and Interactive Human Psychopharmacologic Effects of Ketamine and Amphetamine: Implications for
Glutamatergic and Dopaminergic Model Psychoses and Cognitive Function
John H. Krystal; Edward B. Perry Jr; Ralitza Gueorguieva; Aysenil Belger; Steven H. Madonick; Anissa Abi-Dargham;
Thomas B. Cooper; Lisa MacDougall; Walid Abi-Saab; D. Cyril D’Souza :985-994.
Two-Year Outcomes for Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy in Individuals With Bipolar I Disorder
Ellen Frank; David J. Kupfer; Michael E. Thase; Alan G. Mallinger; Holly A. Swartz; Andrea M. Fagiolini; Victoria
Grochocinski; Patricia Houck; John Scott; Wesley Thompson; Timothy Monk :996-1004.
Telephone-Administered Psychotherapy for Depression
David C. Mohr; Stacey L. Hart; Laura Julian; Claudine Catledge; Lara Honos-Webb; Lea Vella; Edwin T. Tasch :10071014.
Shared Genetic Contributions to Pathological Gambling and Major Depression in Men
Marc N. Potenza; Hong Xian; Kamini Shah; Jeffrey F. Scherrer; Seth A. Eisen :1015-1021.
Pregabalin for Treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder: A 4-Week, Multicenter, Double-blind, Placebo-Controlled
Trial of Pregabalin and Alprazolam
Karl Rickels; Mark H. Pollack; Douglas E. Feltner; R. Bruce Lydiard; Daniel L. Zimbroff; Robert J. Bielski; Kathy
Tobias; Jerri D. Brock; Gwen L. Zornberg; Atul C. Pande :1022-1030.
Altered Brain Serotonin 5-HT1A Receptor Binding After Recovery From Anorexia Nervosa Measured by Positron
Emission Tomography and [Carbonyl11C]WAY-100635
Ursula F. Bailer; Guido K. Frank; Shannan E. Henry; Julie C. Price; Carolyn C. Meltzer; Lisa Weissfeld; Chester A.
Mathis; Wayne C. Drevets; Angela Wagner; Jessica Hoge; Scott K. Ziolko; Claire W. McConaha; Walter H. Kaye
:1032-1041.
A Genome-Wide Search for Quantitative Trait Loci That Influence Antisocial Drug Dependence in Adolescence
Michael C. Stallings; Robin P. Corley; Briana Dennehey; John K. Hewitt; Kenneth S. Krauter; Jeffrey M. Lessem;
Susan K. Mikulich-Gilbertson; Soo Hyun Rhee; Andrew Smolen; Susan E. Young; Thomas J. Crowley :1042-1051.
Corrections
Error in Byline in: Correlation of Stable Elevations in Striatal µ-Opioid Receptor Availability in Detoxified Alcoholic
Patients With Alcohol Craving: A Positron Emission Tomography Study Using Carbon 11–Labeled Carfentanil :983.
Letters to the Editor
Olanzapine and Olanzapine-Fluoxetine Combination Treatment and Bipolar I Depression A. B. Williams; B. A.
Adetunji :1052.
Olanzapine and Olanzapine-Fluoxetine Combination Treatment and Bipolar I Depression—Reply Mauricio Tohen;
Rick Risser :1052.
Archives of general psychiatry, no 10, vol 62, 2005
Art and Images in Psychiatry
Lapin Agile in Winter James C. Harris :1070.
Original Articles
Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex Activity During Maintenance and Manipulation of Information in Working Memory in
Patients With Schizophrenia
Tyrone D. Cannon; David C. Glahn; Junghoon Kim; Theo G. M. Van Erp; Katherine Karlsgodt; Mark S. Cohen; Keith
H. Nuechterlein; Sunita Bava; David Shirinyan :1071-1080.
Genomewide Linkage Scan in Schizoaffective Disorder: Significant Evidence for Linkage at 1q42 Close to DISC1,
and Suggestive Evidence at 22q11 and 19p13
Marian L. Hamshere; Phil Bennett; Nigel Williams; Ricardo Segurado; Alastair Cardno; Nadine Norton; David
Lambert; Hywel Williams; George Kirov; Aiden Corvin; Peter Holmans; Lisa Jones; Ian Jones; Michael Gill; Michael
C. O’Donovan; Michael J. Owen; Nick Craddock :1081-1088.
Mixed Hypomania in 908 Patients With Bipolar Disorder Evaluated Prospectively in the Stanley Foundation Bipolar
Treatment Network: A Sex-Specific Phenomenon
Trisha Suppes; Jim Mintz; Susan L. McElroy; Lori L. Altshuler; Ralph W. Kupka; Mark A. Frye; Paul E. Keck Jr;
Willem A. Nolen; Gabriele S. Leverich; Heinz Grunze; A. John Rush; Robert M. Post :1089-1096.
Epidemiology of Major Depressive Disorder: Results From the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcoholism and
Related Conditions
Deborah S. Hasin; Renee D. Goodwin; Frederick S. Stinson; Bridget F. Grant :1097-1106.
Haplotype-Based Linkage of Tryptophan Hydroxylase 2 to Suicide Attempt, Major Depression, and Cerebrospinal
Fluid 5-Hydroxyindoleacetic Acid in 4 Populations
Zhifeng Zhou; Alec Roy; Robert Lipsky; Kavi Kuchipudi; Guanshan Zhu; Julie Taubman; Mary-Anne Enoch; Matti
Virkkunen; David Goldman :1109-1118.
Emergency Treatment of Young People Following Deliberate Self-harm
Mark Olfson; Marc J. Gameroff; Steven C. Marcus; Ted Greenberg; David Shaffer :1122-1128.
Disentangling Deficits in Adults With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Evelijne M. Bekker; Carin C.E. Overtoom; J.J. Sandra Kooij; Jan K. Buitelaar; Marinus N. Verbaten; J. Leon
Kenemans :1129-1136.
Association Between Smoking and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms in a Population-Based Sample
of Young Adults
Scott H. Kollins; F. Joseph McClernon; Bernard F. Fuemmeler :1142-1147.
Effect of Prize-Based Incentives on Outcomes in Stimulant Abusers in Outpatient Psychosocial Treatment Programs:
A National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network Study
Nancy M. Petry; Jessica M. Peirce; Maxine L. Stitzer; Jack Blaine; John M. Roll; Allan Cohen; Jeanne Obert; Therese
Killeen; Michael E. Saladin; Mark Cowell; Kimberly C. Kirby; Robert Sterling; Charlotte Royer-Malvestuto; John
Hamilton; Robert E. Booth; Marilyn Macdonald; Marc Liebert; Linda Rader; Raynetta Burns; Joan DiMaria; Marc
Copersino; Patricia Quinn Stabile; Ken Kolodner; Rui Li :1148-1156.
Comparison of Pharmacological Treatments for Opioid-Dependent Adolescents: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Lisa A. Marsch; Warren K. Bickel; Gary J. Badger; Marne E. Stothart; Kimberly J. Quesnel; Catherine Stanger; John
Brooklyn :1157-1164.
Commentaries
Adolescent Opioid Abuse Charles P. O’Brien :1165.
Archives of general psychiatry, no 11, vol 62, 2005
Art and Images in Psychiatry
The Mediterranean at Genoa James C. Harris :1181.
Original Articles
Translational Research on the Way to Effective Therapy for Alzheimer Disease
Roger N. Rosenberg :1186-1192.
Sarcosine or D-Serine Add-on Treatment for Acute Exacerbation of Schizophrenia: A Randomized, Double-blind,
Placebo-Controlled Study
Hsien-Yuan Lane; Yue-Cune Chang; Yi-Ching Liu; Chih-Chiang Chiu; Guochuan E. Tsai :1196-1204.
Association of DISC1/TRAX Haplotypes With Schizophrenia, Reduced Prefrontal Gray Matter, and Impaired Shortand Long-term Memory
Tyrone D. Cannon; William Hennah; Theo G. M. van Erp; Paul M. Thompson; Jouko Lonnqvist; Matti Huttunen;
Timothy Gasperoni; Annamari Tuulio-Henriksson; Tia Pirkola; Arthur W. Toga; Jaakko Kaprio; John Mazziotta; Leena
Peltonen :1205-1213.
Whole-Brain Morphometric Study of Schizophrenia Revealing a Spatially Complex Set of Focal Abnormalities
Christos Davatzikos; Dinggang Shen; Ruben C. Gur; Xiaoying Wu; Dengfeng Liu; Yong Fan; Paul Hughett; Bruce I.
Turetsky; Raquel E. Gur :1218-1227.
Functional Neuroanatomical Substrates of Altered Reward Processing in Major Depressive Disorder Revealed by a
Dopaminergic Probe
Lescia K. Tremblay; Claudio A. Naranjo; Simon J. Graham; Nathan Herrmann; Helen S. Mayberg; Stephanie Hevenor;
Usoa E. Busto :1228-1236.
Cost-effectiveness of an Intervention to Prevent Depression in At-Risk Teens
Frances L. Lynch; Mark Hornbrook; Gregory N. Clarke; Nancy Perrin; Michael R. Polen; Elizabeth O’Connor; John
Dickerson :1241-1248.
Anxiety Disorders and Risk for Suicidal Ideation and Suicide Attempts: A Population-Based Longitudinal Study of
Adults
Jitender Sareen; Brian J. Cox; Tracie O. Afifi; Ron de Graaf; Gordon J. G. Asmundson; Margreet ten Have; Murray B.
Stein :1249-1257.
A Twin Registry Study of the Relationship Between Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Nicotine Dependence in Men
Karestan C. Koenen; Brian Hitsman; Michael J. Lyons; Raymond Niaura; Jeanne McCaffery; Jack Goldberg; Seth A.
Eisen; William True; Ming Tsuang :1258-1265.
Randomized, Controlled, Crossover Trial of Methylphenidate in Pervasive Developmental Disorders With
Hyperactivity
Research Units on Pediatric Psychopharmacology (RUPP) Autism Network :1266-1274.
Catechol O-Methyltransferase Gene Variant and Birth Weight Predict Early-Onset Antisocial Behavior in Children
With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Anita Thapar; Kate Langley; Tom Fowler; Frances Rice; Darko Turic; Naureen Whittinger; John Aggleton; Marianne
Van den Bree; Michael Owen; Michael O’Donovan :1275-1278.
Archives of general psychiatry, no 12, vol 62, 2005
Art and Images in Psychiatry
Arrangement in Grey and Black, No. 1: Portrait of the Painter’s Mother James C. Harris :1294-1295.
Original Articles
Elaboration on Premorbid Intellectual Performance in Schizophrenia: Premorbid Intellectual Decline and Risk for
Schizophrenia
Abraham Reichenberg; Mark Weiser; Michael A. Rapp; Jonathan Rabinowitz; Asaf Caspi; James Schmeidler; Haim Y.
Knobler; Gad Lubin; Daniela Nahon; Philip D. Harvey; Michael Davidson :1297-1304.
Dropout Rates in Placebo-Controlled and Active-Control Clinical Trials of Antipsychotic Drugs: A Meta-analysis
Georg Kemmler; Martina Hummer; Christian Widschwendter; W. Wolfgang Fleischhacker :1305-1312.
Cost-effectiveness of Improving Primary Care Treatment of Late-Life Depression
Wayne J. Katon; Michael Schoenbaum; Ming-Yu Fan; Christopher M. Callahan; John Williams Jr; Enid Hunkeler;
Linda Harpole; Xiao-Hua Andrew Zhou; Christopher Langston; Jürgen Unützer; for the IMPACT Investigators :13131320.
Psychosocial Disability in the Course of Bipolar I and II Disorders: A Prospective, Comparative, Longitudinal Study
Lewis L. Judd; Hagop S. Akiskal; Pamela J. Schettler; Jean Endicott; Andrew C. Leon; David A. Solomon; William
Coryell; Jack D. Maser; Martin B. Keller :1322-1330.
A Randomized Trial to Improve the Quality of Treatment for Panic and Generalized Anxiety Disorders in Primary
Care
Bruce L. Rollman; Bea Herbeck Belnap; Sati Mazumdar; Patricia R. Houck; Fang Zhu; William Gardner; Charles F.
Reynolds III; Herbert C. Schulberg; M. Katherine Shear :1332-1341.
The Structure of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Latent Class Analysis in 2 Community Samples
Naomi Breslau; Beth A. Reboussin; James C. Anthony; Carla L. Storr :1343-1351.
Categorical and Continuous Models of Liability to Externalizing Disorders: A Direct Comparison in NESARC
Kristian E. Markon; Robert F. Krueger :1352-1359.
Hippocampal Myo-inositol and Cognitive Ability in Adults With Down Syndrome: An In Vivo Proton Magnetic
Resonance Spectroscopy Study
Felix Beacher; Andy Simmons; Eileen Daly; Verinder Prasher; Claire Adams; Maria Luisa Margallo-Lana; Robin
Morris; Simon Lovestone; Kieran Murphy; Declan G. M. Murphy :1360-1365.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Head Circumference Study of Brain Size in Autism: Birth Through Age 2 Years
Heather Cody Hazlett; Michele Poe; Guido Gerig; Rachel Gimpel Smith; James Provenzale; Allison Ross; John
Gilmore; Joseph Piven :1366-1376.
Hostile Marital Interactions, Proinflammatory Cytokine Production, and Wound Healing
Janice K. Kiecolt-Glaser; Timothy J. Loving; Jeffrey R. Stowell; William B. Malarkey; Stanley Lemeshow; Stephanie
L. Dickinson; Ronald Glaser :1377-1384.
Archives of general psychiatry, no 1, vol 63, 2006
Art and Images in Psychiatry
The Artist's Father James C. Harris 13.
Original Articles
Convergent Evidence for 2',3'-Cyclic Nucleotide 3'-Phosphodiesterase as a Possible Susceptibility Gene for
Schizophrenia
Timothy R. Peirce; Nicholas J. Bray; Nigel M. Williams; Nadine Norton; Valentina Moskvina; Anna Preece; Vahram
Haroutunian; Joseph D. Buxbaum; Michael J. Owen; Michael C. O’Donovan 18-24.
Dynamically Spreading Frontal and Cingulate Deficits Mapped in Adolescents With Schizophrenia
Christine N. Vidal; Judith L. Rapoport; Kiralee M. Hayashi; Jennifer A. Geaga; Yihong Sui; Lauren E. McLemore;
Yasaman Alaghband; Jay N. Giedd; Peter Gochman; Jonathan Blumenthal; Nitin Gogtay; Rob Nicolson; Arthur W.
Toga; Paul M. Thompson 25-34.
Implication of SSAT by Gene Expression and Genetic Variation in Suicide and Major Depression
Adolfo Sequeira; Fuad G. Gwadry; Jarlath M. H. ffrench-Mullen; Lilian Canetti; Yves Gingras; Robert A. Casero Jr;
Guy Rouleau; Chawki Benkelfat; Gustavo Turecki 35-48.
Social Inequalities in Response to Antidepressant Treatment in Older Adults
Alex Cohen; Patricia R. Houck; Katalin Szanto; Mary Amanda Dew; Stephen E. Gilman; Charles F. Reynolds III 5056.
Use of Hippocampal and Amygdalar Volumes on Magnetic Resonance Imaging to Predict Dementia in Cognitively
Intact Elderly People
Tom den Heijer; Mirjam I. Geerlings; Freek E. Hoebeek; Albert Hofman; Peter J. Koudstaal; Monique M. B. Breteler
57-62.
Apolipoprotein E Genotype and Age-Related Myelin Breakdown in Healthy Individuals: Implications for Cognitive
Decline and Dementia
George Bartzokis; Po H. Lu; Daniel H. Geschwind; Nancy Edwards; Jim Mintz; Jeffrey L. Cummings 63-72.
A Common Haplotype of the Dopamine Transporter Gene Associated With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
and Interacting With Maternal Use of Alcohol During Pregnancy
Keeley-Joanne Brookes; Jon Mill; Camilla Guindalini; Sarah Curran; Xiaohui Xu; Jo Knight; Chih-Ken Chen; Yu-Shu
Huang; Vaheshta Sethna; Eric Taylor; Wai Chen; Gerome Breen; Philip Asherson 74-81.
Perinatal Factors and the Risk of Developing Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa
Angela Favaro; Elena Tenconi; Paolo Santonastaso 82-88.
Brain Serotonin Transporter Density and Aggression in Abstinent Methamphetamine Abusers
Yoshimoto Sekine; Yasuomi Ouchi; Nori Takei; Etsuji Yoshikawa; Kazuhiko Nakamura; Masami Futatsubashi;
Hiroyuki Okada; Yoshio Minabe; Katsuaki Suzuki; Yasuhide Iwata; Kenji J. Tsuchiya; Hideo Tsukada; Masaomi Iyo;
Norio Mori 90-100.
A Randomized Controlled Trial of Interim Methadone Maintenance
Robert P. Schwartz; David A. Highfield; Jerome H. Jaffe; Joseph V. Brady; Carol B. Butler; Charles O. Rouse; Jason
M. Callaman; Kevin E. O’Grady; Robert J. Battjes 102-109.
Archives of general psychiatry, no 2, vol 63, 2006
Art and Images in Psychiatry
The House of the Hanged Man at Auvers James C. Harris 125-126.
Commentaries
Combat Effects on Mental Health: The More Things Change, the More They Remain the Same Roger K. Pitman 127128.
Perspectives
Perspectives on Depression, Mild Cognitive Impairment, and Cognitive Decline
David C. Steffens; Emeline Otey; George S. Alexopoulos; Meryl A. Butters; Bruce Cuthbert; Mary Ganguli; Yonas E.
Geda; Hugh C. Hendrie; Ranga R. Krishnan; Anand Kumar; Oscar L. Lopez; Constantine G. Lyketsos; Benjamin T.
Mast; John C. Morris; Maria C. Norton; Guerry M. Peavy; Ronald C. Petersen; Charles F. Reynolds; Stephen Salloway;
Kathleen A. Welsh-Bohmer; Jerome Yesavage 130-138.
Original Articles
Hippocampal and Amygdala Volumes According to Psychosis Stage and Diagnosis: A Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Study of Chronic Schizophrenia, First-Episode Psychosis, and Ultra–High-Risk Individuals
Dennis Velakoulis; Stephen J. Wood; Michael T. H. Wong; Patrick D. McGorry; Alison Yung; Lisa Phillips; De Smith;
Warrick Brewer; Tina Proffitt; Patricia Desmond; Christos Pantelis 139-149.
Depressive Symptoms and Cognitive Decline in Late Life: A Prospective Epidemiological Study
Mary Ganguli; Yangchun Du; Hiroko H. Dodge; Graham G. Ratcliff; Chung-Chou H. Chang 153-160.
Increased Hippocampal Plaques and Tangles in Patients With Alzheimer Disease With a Lifetime History of Major
Depression
Michael A. Rapp; Michal Schnaider-Beeri; Hillel T. Grossman; Mary Sano; Daniel P. Perl; Dushyant P. Purohit; Jack
M. Gorman; Vahram Haroutunian 161-167.
Role of Genes and Environments for Explaining Alzheimer Disease
Margaret Gatz; Chandra A. Reynolds; Laura Fratiglioni; Boo Johansson; James A. Mortimer; Stig Berg; Amy Fiske;
Nancy L. Pedersen 168-174.
Clinical Course of Children and Adolescents With Bipolar Spectrum Disorders
Boris Birmaher; David Axelson; Michael Strober; Mary Kay Gill; Sylvia Valeri; Laurel Chiappetta; Neal Ryan;
Henrietta Leonard; Jeffrey Hunt; Satish Iyengar; Martin Keller 175-183.
Corticolimbic Blood Flow During Nontraumatic Emotional Processing in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
K. Luan Phan; Jennifer C. Britton; Stephan F. Taylor; Lorraine M. Fig; Israel Liberzon
184-192.
Physical and Mental Health Costs of Traumatic War Experiences Among Civil War Veterans
Judith Pizarro; Roxane Cohen Silver; JoAnn Prause 193-200.
Effects of Lower-Cost Incentives on Stimulant Abstinence in Methadone Maintenance Treatment: A National Drug
Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network Study
Jessica M. Peirce; Nancy M. Petry; Maxine L. Stitzer; Jack Blaine; Scott Kellogg; Frank Satterfield; Marion Schwartz;
Joe Krasnansky; Eileen Pencer; Lolita Silva-Vazquez; Kimberly C. Kirby; Charlotte Royer-Malvestuto; John M. Roll;
Allan Cohen; Marc L. Copersino; Ken Kolodner; Rui Li 201-208.
Injectable, Sustained-Release Naltrexone for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence: A Randomized, PlaceboControlled Trial
Sandra D. Comer; Maria A. Sullivan; Elmer Yu; Jami L. Rothenberg; Herbert D. Kleber; Kyle Kampman; Charles
Dackis; Charles P. O’Brien 210-218.
Six-Month Trial of Bupropion With Contingency Management for Cocaine Dependence in a Methadone-Maintained
Population
James Poling; Alison Oliveto; Nancy Petry; Mehmet Sofuoglu; Kishorchandra Gonsai; Gerardo Gonzalez; Bridget
Martell; Thomas R. Kosten 219-228.
Archives of general psychiatry, no 3, vol 63, 2006
Art and Images in Psychiatry The Plague of Ashdod James C. Harris 244-245.
Commentaries
Suicidal Risk in Antidepressant Drug Trials Ross J. Baldessarini; Maurizio Pompili; Leonardo Tondo 246-248.
Original Articles
Heterogeneity in Incidence Rates of Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Syndromes: Findings From the 3-Center ÆSOP
Study
James B. Kirkbride; Paul Fearon; Craig Morgan; Paola Dazzan; Kevin Morgan; Jane Tarrant; Tuhina Lloyd; John
Holloway; Gerard Hutchinson; Julian P. Leff; Rosemarie M. Mallett; Glynn L. Harrison; Robin M. Murray; Peter B.
Jones 250-258.
Familial Aggregation of Eye-Tracking Endophenotypes in Families of Schizophrenic Patients
L. Elliot Hong; Braxton D. Mitchell; Matthew T. Avila; Helene Adami; Robert P. McMahon; Gunvant K. Thaker 259264.
Adverse Events During Medical and Surgical Hospitalizations for Persons With Schizophrenia
Gail L. Daumit; Peter J. Pronovost; Christopher B. Anthony; Eliseo Guallar; Donald M. Steinwachs; Daniel E. Ford
267-272.
Depressive Symptoms, Vascular Disease, and Mild Cognitive Impairment: Findings From the Cardiovascular Health
Study
Deborah E. Barnes; George S. Alexopoulos; Oscar L. Lopez; Jeff D. Williamson; Kristine Yaffe 273-279.
Onset of Major Depression Associated With Acute Coronary Syndromes: Relationship of Onset, Major Depressive
Disorder History, and Episode Severity to Sertraline Benefit
Alexander H. Glassman; J. Thomas Bigger; Michael Gaffney; Peter A. Shapiro; J. Robert Swenson 283-288.
Opportunities for Cost-effective Prevention of Late-Life Depression: An Epidemiological Approach
Filip Smit; Agnieska Ederveen; Pim Cuijpers; Dorly Deeg; Aartjan Beekman 290-296.
Augmentation of Exposure Therapy With D-Cycloserine for Social Anxiety Disorder
Stefan G. Hofmann; Alicia E. Meuret; Jasper A. J. Smits; Naomi M. Simon; Mark H. Pollack; Katherine Eisenmenger;
Michael Shiekh; Michael W. Otto 298-304.
Prevalence, Heritability, and Prospective Risk Factors for Anorexia Nervosa
Cynthia M. Bulik; Patrick F. Sullivan; Federica Tozzi; Helena Furberg; Paul Lichtenstein; Nancy L. Pedersen 305-312.
Binge-Eating Disorder as a Distinct Familial Phenotype in Obese Individuals
James I. Hudson; Justine K. Lalonde; Judith M. Berry; Lindsay J. Pindyck; Cynthia M. Bulik; Scott J. Crow; Susan L.
McElroy; Nan M. Laird; Ming T. Tsuang; B. Timothy Walsh; Norman R. Rosenthal; Harrison G. Pope Jr 313-319.
Stress-Induced Cocaine Craving and Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Responses Are Predictive of Cocaine Relapse
Outcomes
Rajita Sinha; Miguel Garcia; Prashni Paliwal; Mary Jeanne Kreek; Bruce J. Rounsaville 324-331.
Suicidality in Pediatric Patients Treated With Antidepressant Drugs
Tarek A. Hammad; Thomas Laughren; Judith Racoosin 332-339.
Archives of general psychiatry, no 4, vol 63, 2006
Art and Images in Psychiatry
Self-Portrait After Spanish Flu James C. Harris 354-355.
Original Articles
The Neural Basis of Relational Memory Deficits in Schizophrenia
Dost Öngür; Thomas J. Cullen; Daniel H. Wolf; Michael Rohan; Paul Barreira; Martin Zalesak; Stephan Heckers 356365.
Variation at the DAOA/G30 Locus Influences Susceptibility to Major Mood Episodes but Not Psychosis in
Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder
Nigel M. Williams; Elaine K. Green; Stuart Macgregor; Sarah Dwyer; Nadine Norton; Hywel Williams; Rachel
Raybould; Detelina Grozeva; Marian Hamshere; Stanley Zammit; Lisa Jones; Alastair Cardno; George Kirov; Ian
Jones; Michael C. O’Donovan; Michael J. Owen; Nick Craddock 366-373.
Associations of Hormones and Menopausal Status With Depressed Mood in Women With No History of Depression
Ellen W. Freeman; Mary D. Sammel; Hui Lin; Deborah B. Nelson 375-382.
Risk for New Onset of Depression During the Menopausal Transition: The Harvard Study of Moods and Cycles
Lee S. Cohen; Claudio N. Soares; Allison F. Vitonis; Michael W. Otto; Bernard L. Harlow 385-390.
Behavioral Depression and Positron Emission Tomography–Determined Serotonin 1A Receptor Binding Potential in
Cynomolgus Monkeys
Carol A. Shively; David P. Friedman; H. Donald Gage; Michael C. Bounds; Clive Brown-Proctor; Joseph B. Blair;
Jessica A. Henderson; Michael A. Smith; Nancy Buchheimer 396-403.
Gender Disadvantage and Reproductive Health Risk Factors for Common Mental Disorders in Women: A Community
Survey in India
Vikram Patel; Betty R. Kirkwood; Sulochana Pednekar; Bernadette Pereira; Preetam Barros; Janice Fernandes; Jane
Datta; Reshma Pai; Helen Weiss; David Mabey 404-413.
The Epidemiology of Panic Attacks, Panic Disorder, and Agoraphobia in the National Comorbidity Survey
Replication
Ronald C. Kessler; Wai Tat Chiu; Robert Jin; Ayelet Meron Ruscio; Katherine Shear; Ellen E. Walters 415-424.
A Randomized Clinical Trial of a New Behavioral Treatment for Drug Abuse in People With Severe and Persistent
Mental Illness
Alan S. Bellack; Melanie E. Bennett; Jean S. Gearon; Clayton H. Brown; Ye Yang 426-432.
Effect of Team Sport Participation on Genetic Predisposition to Adolescent Smoking Progression
Janet Audrain-McGovern; Daniel Rodriguez; E. Paul Wileyto; Kathryn H. Schmitz; Peter G. Shields 433-441.
Perceived Loss of Memory Ability and Cerebral Metabolic Decline in Persons With the Apolipoprotein E-IV Genetic
Risk for Alzheimer Disease
Linda Ercoli; Prabha Siddarth; Sung-Cheng Huang; Karen Miller; Susan Y. Bookheimer; Benjamin C. Wright; Michael
E. Phelps; Gary Small 442-448.
Monoamines and Neurosteroids in Sexual Function During Induced Hypogonadism in Healthy Men
Miki Bloch; David R. Rubinow; Kate Berlin; Karl R. Kevala; Hee-Yong Kim; Peter J. Schmidt 450-456.
Prediction of Heterogeneity in Intelligence and Adult Prognosis by Genetic Polymorphisms in the Dopamine System
Among Children With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Evidence From 2 Birth Cohorts
Jonathan Mill; Avshalom Caspi; Benjamin S. Williams; Ian Craig; Alan Taylor; Monica Polo-Tomas; Craig W.
Berridge; Richie Poulton; Terrie E. Moffitt 462-469.
Corrections
Errors in Text in: Clinical Course of Children and Adolescents With Bipolar Spectrum Disorders 365.
Archives of general psychiatry, no 5, vol 63, 2006
Art and Images in Psychiatry
Napoleon Bonaparte Visiting the Plague-Stricken at Jaffa James C. Harris 482-483.
Perspectives
Caution Regarding the Use of Pilot Studies to Guide Power Calculations for Study Proposals
Helena Chmura Kraemer; Jim Mintz; Art Noda; Jared Tinklenberg; Jerome A. Yesavage 484-489.
Original Articles
A National Study of Violent Behavior in Persons With Schizophrenia
Jeffrey W. Swanson; Marvin S. Swartz; Richard A. Van Dorn; Eric B. Elbogen; H. Ryan Wagner; Robert A.
Rosenheck; T. Scott Stroup; Joseph P. McEvoy; Jeffrey A. Lieberman 490-499.
Long-term Effectiveness and Cost of a Systematic Care Program for Bipolar Disorder
Gregory E. Simon; Evette J. Ludman; Mark S. Bauer; Jürgen Unützer; Belinda Operskalski 500-508.
Major Depressive Episodes and Random Mood
Siebren Y. van der Werf; Kirsten I. Kaptein; Peter de Jonge; Jan Spijker; Ron de Graaf; Jakob Korf 509-518.
Sertraline for Prevention of Depression Recurrence in Diabetes Mellitus: A Randomized, Double-blind, PlaceboControlled Trial
Patrick J. Lustman; Ray E. Clouse; Billy D. Nix; Kenneth E. Freedland; Eugene H. Rubin; Janet B. McGill; Monique
M. Williams; Alan J. Gelenberg; Paul S. Ciechanowski; Irl B. Hirsch 521-529.
Depression and Risk for Alzheimer Disease: Systematic Review, Meta-analysis, and Metaregression Analysis
Raymond L. Ownby; Elizabeth Crocco; Amarilis Acevedo; Vineeth John; David Loewenstein 530-538.
Longitudinal Mapping of Cortical Thickness and Clinical Outcome in Children and Adolescents With AttentionDeficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Philip Shaw; Jason Lerch; Deanna Greenstein; Wendy Sharp; Liv Clasen; Alan Evans; Jay Giedd; F. Xavier
Castellanos; Judith Rapoport 540-549.
Maternal Mental Health, Substance Use, and Domestic Violence in the Year After Delivery and Subsequent Behavior
Problems in Children at Age 3 Years
Robert C. Whitaker; Sean M. Orzol; Robert S. Kahn 551-560.
Prediction of Early-Onset Deviant Peer Group Affiliation: A 12-Year Longitudinal Study
Eric Lacourse; Daniel S. Nagin; Frank Vitaro; Sylvana Côté; Louise Arseneault; Richard E. Tremblay 562-568.
Subtle Neurologic Compromise as a Vulnerability Factor for Combat-Related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Results
of a Twin Study
Tamara V. Gurvits; Linda J. Metzger; Natasha B. Lasko; Paul A. Cannistraro; Alexandra S. Tarhan; Mark W.
Gilbertson; Scott P. Orr; Anna M. Charbonneau; Michelle M. Wedig; Roger K. Pitman 571-576.
Parenting Behaviors Associated With Risk for Offspring Personality Disorder During Adulthood
Jeffrey G. Johnson; Patricia Cohen; Henian Chen; Stephanie Kasen; Judith S. Brook 579-587.
Archives of general psychiatry, no 6, vol 63, 2006
Art and Images in Psychiatry
Raft of the Medusa James C. Harris 602-603.
Perspectives
Lifetime Prevalence and Pseudocomorbidity in Psychiatric Research
Helena Chmura Kraemer; Kimberly A. Wilson; Chris Hayward 604-608.
Original Articles
Frontal Responses During Learning Predict Vulnerability to the Psychotogenic Effects of Ketamine: Linking Cognition,
Brain Activity, and Psychosis
Philip R. Corlett; Garry D. Honey; Michael R. F. Aitken; Anthony Dickinson; David R. Shanks; Anthony R. Absalom;
Michael Lee; Edith Pomarol-Clotet; Graham K. Murray; Peter J. McKenna; Trevor W. Robbins; Edward T. Bullmore;
Paul C. Fletcher 611-621.
Atypical Antipsychotic Agents in the Treatment of Violent Patients With Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective Disorder
Menahem I. Krakowski; Pal Czobor; Leslie Citrome; Nigel Bark; Thomas B. Cooper 622-629.
Proof-of-Concept Trial of an 7 Nicotinic Agonist in Schizophrenia
Ann Olincy; Josette G. Harris; Lynn L. Johnson; Vicki Pender; Susan Kongs; Diana Allensworth; Jamey Ellis; Gary O.
Zerbe; Sherry Leonard; Karen E. Stevens; James O. Stevens; Laura Martin; Lawrence E. Adler; Ferenc Soti; William R.
Kem; Robert Freedman 630-638.
Differential and Brain Region–Specific Regulation of Rap-1 and Epac in Depressed Suicide Victims
Yogesh Dwivedi; Amal C. Mondal; Hooriyah S. Rizavi; Gabor Faludi; Miklos Palkovits; Andrea Sarosi; Robert R.
Conley; Ghanshyam N. Pandey 639-648.
Outpatient Psychotherapy for Borderline Personality Disorder: Randomized Trial of Schema-Focused Therapy vs
Transference-Focused Psychotherapy
Josephine Giesen-Bloo; Richard van Dyck; Philip Spinhoven; Willem van Tilburg; Carmen Dirksen; Thea van Asselt;
Ismay Kremers; Marjon Nadort; Arnoud Arntz 649-658.
Neural Correlates of Antinociception in Borderline Personality Disorder
Christian Schmahl; Martin Bohus; Fabrizio Esposito; Rolf-Detlef Treede; Francesco Di Salle; Wolfgang Greffrath;
Petra Ludaescher; Anja Jochims; Klaus Lieb; Klaus Scheffler; Juergen Hennig; Erich Seifritz 659-666.
The Prevalence and Correlates of DSM-IV Intermittent Explosive Disorder in the National Comorbidity Survey
Replication
Ronald C. Kessler; Emil F. Coccaro; Maurizio Fava; Savina Jaeger; Robert Jin; Ellen Walters 669-678.
National Trends in the Outpatient Treatment of Children and Adolescents With Antipsychotic Drugs
Mark Olfson; Carlos Blanco; Linxu Liu; Carmen Moreno; Gonzalo Laje 679-685.
Amygdalar Volume and Behavioral Development in Autism
Jeffrey Munson; Geraldine Dawson; Robert Abbott; Susan Faja; Sara Jane Webb; Seth D. Friedman; Dennis Shaw;
Alan Artru; Stephen R. Dager 686-693.
Autism From 2 to 9 Years of Age
Catherine Lord; Susan Risi; Pamela S. DiLavore; Cory Shulman; Audrey Thurm; Andrew Pickles 694-701.
Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders 678.
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Arti terapie, anno 11, 2005
1 renzo arturo bianconi handicap, istituzioni, legislazione (5° puntata) editoriale ,1-2/2005 le precedenti puntate sono
state pubblicate sui numeri 5/6,, 7/8, 9/10, 11/12 - 2004 della rivista ARTI TERAPIE
2 nathalie corapi autismo: patologia e problema sociale convegnistica ,1-2/2005 a margine del 9° Convegno nazionale
della Globalità dei linguaggi tenutosi a Riccione nel novembre 2004 in un progetto di strategia di sopravvivenza: tra
genetica e metabolismo.
3 giancarlo santoni raccontarsi in arti terapie seminariale ,1-2/2005 atti della sezione Studi e Ricerche sulle Arti Terapie
presso l'insegnamento di Psicofisiologia clinica - Facoltà di Psicologia 1 dell'Università di Roma La Sapienza, in
collaborazione con la rivista ARTI TERAPIE (sintesi della giornata seminariale del 10 dicembre 2004).
4 manuela peserico danzaterapia ovvero la dmt narrativa ,1-2/2005 la prima pagina del libro denominata prefazione o
introduzione, presenta in poche righe, il pensiero dell'autore: nell'occasione di questo libro il testo che pubblichiamo,
per gentile concessione dell'autrice e dell'editrice Carocci di Roma, è il più adatto ad essere una distaccata recensione,
per la sua semplicità, chiarezza ed esperienza
5 mafalda franchino, maria rita garogalo, sabrina tandurella il filo di arianna esperenziale ,1-2/2005 un laboratorio che
integra psicologia ed arteterapia per ritrovare nei miti l'anima antica dell'Uomo
6 camilla stipa, franco pecorari teatroterapia: come intervento multideterminato ,1-2/2005 mondi possibili: il teatro per
la riqualificazione della convivenza
7 camilla stipa la terapia delle meraviglie narrativa ,1-2/2005
8 flora inzerillo, cerrina mezzatesta gruppi di auto-aiuto e musicoterapia esperenziale ,1-2/2005
9 m. santopietro, m. Torreggiani, s. Caramella, p. lovison, c. roniero l'accoglienza di preadolescenti e adolescenti
esperenziale ,1-2/2005 breve storia di una geniale educazione
10 silvia trucco l'emotività nel soggetto schizofrenico esperenziale ,1-2/2005
11 katarzina krason, beata mazepa-domagala polisensorialità ed intersemiotica nelle arti terapie esperenziale ,1-2/2005
supporto riabilitativo in bambini dalle ridotte abilità intellettuali
12 renzo arturo bianconi l'arte del movimento convegnistica ,1-2/2005
13 franco pecorari decimo anno della rivista arti terapie cronaca ,3-4/2005
14 camilla stipa psicologia della libertà e del dialogo seminariale ,3-4/2005 atti della sezione Studi e Ricerche sulle Arti
Terapie presso l'insegnamento di Psicofisiologia clinica - Facoltà di Psicologia 1 dell'Università di Roma La Sapienza,
in collaborazione con la rivista ARTI TERAPIE (sintesi della giornata seminariale del 21 gennaio 2005)
15 franco pecorari comicoterapia: fondamenti e prospettive seminariale ,3-4/2005 atti della sezione Studi e Ricerche
sulle Arti Terapie presso l'insegnamento di Psicofisiologia clinica - Facoltà di Psicologia 1 dell'Università di Roma La
Sapienza, in collaborazione con la rivista ARTI TERAPIE (sintesi della giornata seminariale del 18 febbraio 2005)
16 francesco frigione la "visione immaginale" del bambino esperenziale ,3-4/2005 "io non ho paura " (2003), di
Gabriele Salvadores
17 lamberto giannini l'ansia genitoriale nella normalità e nell'handicap esperenziale ,3-4/2005
18 oliviero rossi, serena rubecchini una via narrativa alla percezione di sé seminariale ,3-4/2005 "per me una fotografia
è il riconoscimento simultaneo, in una frazione di secondo, da un lato del significato di un fatto, e, dall'altro, di
un'organizzazione rigorosa delle forme percepite visibilmente che esprimono quel fatto HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON
19 oliviero rossi le visioni della memoria videoterapia ,3-4/2005 … la realtà è come l'immagine di noi stessi che sorge
in tutti gli specchi, simulacro che esiste per noi, che insieme a noi arriva, gesticola e se ne va, e tuttavia basta andare a
cercarla per incontrarla ogni volta j.l. borges
20 edoardo Winspeare, roberta pappadà luce e ombra. Fisicità e anima esperenziale ,3-4/2005 le artiterapie entrano nelle
problematiche raccontate nel testo, sviluppate con l'aiuto di un'artista "mediatico" nativo dei luoghi ove il fenomeno
della taranta è storia sociale e culturale
21 elisabetta forghieri la nuova gioventù esperenziale ,3-4/2005 possibili applicazioni della danzamovimentoterapia al
mondo dei non più giovani: la vecchiaia può costituire una grande occasione di crescita
22 carla vilalgrossi la pittura nelle ansie perturbate esperenziale ,3-4/2005 vita e disagio di un'artista nata e cresciuta
nelel istituzioni psichiatriche
23 patrizia piersigilli quando si dice musica convegnistica ,5-6/2005 incontro vespertino tra un libro. E il suo autore e i
lettori
24 camilla stipa l'"avventura" semantica dell'arte seminariale ,5-6/2005 atti della sezione studi e ricerche sulle Arti
Terapie presso l'insegnamento di psicofisiologia clinica - facoltà di psicologia 1 dell'università di roma la sapienza - in
collaborazione con la rivista ARTI TERAPIE (sintesi della giornata 18 kmarzo 2005)
25 silvia ragni il fascino del violino nell'arteterapèia esperenziale ,5-6/2005 nuova didattica e musicoterapia:
integrazione possibile?
26 roberta pappadà esperienze dell'autismo e dell'arteterapia convegnistica ,5-6/2005 ragazzi autistici e relazioni
scolastiche, artiterapie e integrazione: alcune considerazioni in margine al 2° congresso internazionale "Autismo oggi"
tenutosi a Roam nella sala delal promoteca in campidoglio nel mese di marzo 2005, organizzato dall'associazione
italiana per la ricerca sulle psicosi e l'autismo e la collaborazione della casa di cura s. raffaele di roma e l'ordine degli
psicologi del lazio
27 appunti di una spettatrice dall'art-brut all'art ri-bel convegnistica ,5-6/2005
28 franco pecorari xiv quadriennale d'arte di roma cronaca ,5-6/2005 incontro tra una panoramica attuale e un ricordo
storico dell'arte contemporanea
29 graziella pasce l'arte di essere co-creatori esperenziale ,5-6/2005 intervista al dott. Gaetano conforto autore de "La
medicina
30 franco pecorari edipo non risolto esperenziale ,5-6/2005 tra concettualità ed emotività: la lettura dell'inconscio
riflessa nell'opera grafica di copertina e interpretata dallo stesso autore
31 stefania guerra lisi globalità dei linguaggi musicoterapia ,5-6/2005
32 nicoletta della torre la danza "appartenenza-individuazione" esperenziale ,5-6/2005 danzamovimentoterapia in una
comunità terapeutica per persone con "doppia diagnosi": tossicodipendenza e comorbilità psichiatrica.
33 lucia de cata la terapia dell'arte globale esperenziale ,5-6/2005 incontro con il dott. Stefano Scippa, presidente
dell'associazione le stanze della mente, per condividere un'esperienza plurienanle di Arte Terapia applicata
34 antonia maria teresa giordano arti terapie e la diversa abilità esperenziale ,5-6/2005 "il nostro teatro: emozioni e
comunicazione" progetto di integrazione per gli alunni Diversamente Abili, Nomadi, Stranieri, Svantaggiati.
36 renzo arturo bianconi handicap, istituzioni, legislazione (6 ° puntata) editoriale ,7-8/2005
37 franco pecorari l'arte che diventa trasformativa convegnistica ,7-8/2005
38 orietta sloth la voglia di sapere ,7-8/2005
39 camilla stipa compagna scrittura diario vivente letture ,7-8/2005
40 roberta pappadà l'identità "liquida" tra corpo e parola ,7-8/2005 dal laboratorio di Anghiari
41 emanuela salsiccia bambini allo specchio letture ,7-8/2005
42 claudio alberto munari l'intuizione diventa realtà ,7-8/2005
43 annalisa monteleone l'arte del teatro dall'intuizione alla terapia studi e ricerche ,7-8/2005
44 lamberto giannini azzurra ruggeri teatro e handicap esperenziale ,7-8/2005
46 franco pecorari immaginazione e fantasia nell'arteterapeuta editoriale ,9-10/2005
47 silvia micocci dall'informe argilloso alla consapevolezza esperenziale ,9-10/2005
48 franco pecorari graffitismo e psicopedagogia dell'arte studi e ricerche ,9-10/2005
49 silvia trucco nuotare all'asciutto esperenziale ,9-10/2005
50 alba fornoni disabilità visiva esperenziale ,9-10/2005
51 a cura di oliviero rossi inserto videoterapia ,9-10/2005
52 elena la puca la danza butô e le sue origini esperenziale ,9-10/2005
53 michele daghero arteterapia con un approccio rogersiano esperenziale ,9-10/2005
54 anna ventura il corpo pensa e fa teatro ,9-10/2005
55 gabriella roganti un'aula d'arte per l'arteterapia ,9-10/2005
56 carlo coppelli quale arte per la terapia? esperenziale ,9-10/2005
58 franco pecorari le parole che aspetto editoriale ,11-12/2005
59 sebastiano forte il violino, tra pedagogia e musicoterapia seminariale ,11-12/2005
60 franco pecorari teatro sociale e terapeutico convegnistica ,11-12/2005
62 tullio visioli dalla voce l'identità del disagio studi e ricerche ,11-12/2005
63 elena giliberti teatro, poesia, diversità convegnistica ,11-12/2005
64 camilla stipa il buio dall'altra parte esperenziale ,11-12/2005
65 silvia micocci l'arazzo narrazione dell'io esperenziale ,11-12/2005
66 vezio ruggieri dell'arte sinestetica incontro ravvicinato: arte e scienza ,11-12/2005 al festival della scienza di
Genova sintesi dell'intervento di vezio Ruggieri
67 Mafalda Franchino, Mario Cavallaro, Sabrina Tandurella cinema-arte-vita studi e ricerche ,11-12/2005
68 camilla stipa arte, esperienze e riflessioni letture ,11-12/2005
69 carlotta basurto il ballo della tartaruga esperenziale ,11-12/2005
70 stefano rongioletti the companionship of writing, a living diary letture ,11-12/2005
Arti terapie, no 5/6, anno 12, 2005
Editoriale 3
School is art, too V. Ruggieri 4
Storia clinica e storia dell'anima C. Stipa 5
L'arte (tutta) è lo stato dell'essere F. Pecorari 7
La creatività per superare il vissuto A. Pacini, P. Giorgi, A. Derine, G. Quirici, D. Marzattinocci 9
La tessitura: del ricostruire se stesso L. Ghersi 13
La Mehendi art "arteterapia !" millenaria C. Galli 18
SPECIALE/SINTESI
L'arte di leggere L. Colangelo, A. Giannantonio, F. Spadaio 19
II metalinguaggio della creta C. Castellani 23
L'immaginario nei videogrammi S. Forte 25
Percorsi musicali : percorsi di vita E. Baccanti 27
Allegato:
La danza nasce dall’intima memoria di un contatto / Gerolamo Minasi, Franco Barletta
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Assistenza infermieristica e ricerca, no 1, vol 24, 2005
EDITORIALI
La morte ed i colori Gianni Tognoni
CONTRIBUTI ED ESPERIENZE
Gli errori di terapia. Interventi di prevenzione in Terapia Intensiva Neonatale
Marina Cologna, Fabio Pederzini, Franco Capretta, Riccardo Malossi, Paolo Barelli
Valutazione della qualità assistenziale offerta dal sistema 118: questionario sulla qualità percepita del soccorso
Ilario Guardini, Francesca Fiorillo, Mirella Campagnolo, Giorgio Moretti
La riabilitazione urologica per l’incontinenza urinaria femminile. Studio prospettico sull’utilizzo di tecniche riabilitative
per il pavimento pelvico
Laura Rasero, Letizia Mangani
Dopo la puntura lombare il paziente deve rimanere a letto ed essere idratato?
Marina Vanzetta, Bushlaibi Mezoon
AGGIORNAMENTO
Donne e farmaci: per un'epidemiologia della visibilità. Sintesi del rapporto Donne e Farmaci, Progetto ARNO
Gruppo di lavoro Progetto ARNO
La gestione delle emergenze in ospedale: il ruolo infermieristico tra formazione al supporto vitale di base ed avanzato
Stefano Bambi
OSSERVATORIO INTERNAZIONALE
Undici anni: un S.O.S. per il mondo Valeria Confalonieri
CONFRONTI
I bambini combattenti a Rio de Janeiro Michel Wery, Bernard Adam
Assistenza infermieristica e ricerca, no 2, vol 24, 2005
EDITORIALI
Formazione, ruoli, cultura: una professione sul confine Gianni Tognoni
CONTRIBUTI ED ESPERIENZE
La tesi nei corsi di laurea triennali per infermieri: contributo per un miglioramento
Paola Di Giulio, Luisa Saiani, Alvisa Palese, Valerio Dimonte
L’evoluzione della qualità di vita nel paziente trapiantato
Nadia Levaponti, Vittorio Bresadola, Alvisa Palese
Studio esplorativo su significati, abilità e vissuti dei neolaureati del Corso di Laurea in Infermieristica
Rachele Cappellari, Laura Cunico
Quale ruolo può assumere l’infermiere nell’aiutare la donna con patologia tumorale a realizzare il proprio “progetto”
nel passaggio dalla vita alla morte?
Samanta Pescosolido, M. Luisa Cavada, Lucia De Benedetto
La posizione prona nei pazienti con ARDS: risultato di una indagine
Roberta Debortoli, Anita Bevilacqua
La prevenzione della S.I.D.S.: una ricerca sulle conoscenze dei futuri genitori
Elena Alberti, Silvia Mareggini
Le competenze dell’infermiere esperto nell’accertamento della funzione respiratoria: risultati di una indagine
Annalisa Tomaselli, Anita Bevilacqua
Il monitoraggio dei drenaggi nei pazienti operati: quali sono i valori di normalità?
Sabina Zannier, Vittorio Bresadola, Alvisa Palese
Possibili difficoltà di gestione a domicilio ed esperienze del tubo di Kehr nei pazienti sottoposti a trapianto di fegato
Tiziana Gabriella Di Donato, Laura Cominetti
Commento generale alle tesi presentate
Un’esperienza di integrazione tra politiche aziendali e bisogni individuali di formazione
Mario Degan
Un’indagine sui fattori che influenzano la durata dei cateterini venosi periferici utilizzati per la terapia antibiotica
endovenosa in pazienti con fibrosi cistica
Filippo Festini, Raffaella Beneventi, Noemi Vignoli, Nicoletta Allegretti, Isabella Rontini, Elena Campigatto, Gilda
Grondoni, Silvia Sanasi, Gianna Bongini
AGGIORNAMENTO
Il paziente terminale con scompenso Paola Di Giulio, Patrizia Massariello
OSSERVATORIO INTERNAZIONALE
Microfinanza: la via alternativa Gabriele Smussi
CONFRONTI Vite sul confine
Assistenza infermieristica e ricerca, no 3, vol 24, 2005
EDITORIALI
Aneddoti, blob, storie e persone. La narrazione come priorità infermieristica? Gianni Tognoni
CONTRIBUTI ED ESPERIENZE
Lavorare in un istituto per anziani
Il profilo dello stato nutrizionale in pazienti “grandi anziani” (≥ 80 anni ospedalizzati
A. Torres, G. Giacometti, G. Pozzobon, A. Stevanato, G. Foscaro, R. Roberti, M.P. Guidolin, N. Facin, S. Lago, D.
Milani, A. Gazzola, P. Zilio, M.G. Berlese, L. Berton
Una domanda davvero difficile: una ricerca qualitativa secondo la prospettiva degli infermieri
M. Lunardelli, M. Quartieri Bollani, E.A. Moja
L'uso dell'antibiotic-lock therapy in un reparto di oncoematologia pediatrica
M. Bernardi, M. Cavaliere, S. Cesaro
AGGIORNAMENTO
Narrative, ricerca qualitativa e ricerca infermieristica A cura della redazione
Per una epidemiologia a partire dalle storie di malattia C. Benaglio
Le "psicosi da ICU": definizione, trattamento, assistenza infermieristica D.G. Giusti
OSSERVATORIO INTERNAZIONALE
Il reclutamento di infermieri dai paesi extracomunitari
M. Piccoli, A. Palese, P. Di Giulio, (a cura di)
CONFRONTI
La salute dei bambini nella Nazione europea più povera: il Sud d'Italia
M. Bonati, R. Campi
Assistenza infermieristica e ricerca, no 4, vol 24, 2005
DOSSIER
PARTECIPARE, CONDIVIDERE, COMUNICARE...
a cura di, M.M. Daghio, P. Di Giulio, V. Scurti, M. Valerio, G. Tognoni
EDITORIALI
Partecipare, condividere, comunicare... [Per una] non-professionalità [come priorità specificità] infermieristica
G. Tognoni
CONTESTI
Erogazioni monetarie e servizi
E. Ranci Ortigosa
Nuovi soggetti e spazi nella partecipazione alle cure. I possibili modelli di Welfare e il contributo degli infermieri
A. Palese
Uno sguardo su contesti di vita e salute: gli indici di svantaggio sociale
M. Valerio
Il dialogo infermieri-cittadini nella legislazione
D. Laquintana
CONFRONTI
Day Hospital J. Cooper
Death H. Printer
Da vicino A. Ferrante
CONTRIBUTI ED ESPERIENZE
Il coinvolgimento dei cittadini: "Il Laboratorio per il Cittadino Competente"
M.M. Daghio, G. Fattori
Interviste agli infermieri sul dialogo con i cittadini
A cura della redazione
Progetti di partecipazione
V. Scurti, D. Sichetti, M. Valerio
LINGUAGGI/RACCONTI
Normalità nella chemio, normalità della chemio
Memory book di Cristine Aguga.
La mia salute H. Mankell
Piccola Antologia (con mini-bibliografia) M.M. Daghio
Assistenza infermieristica e ricerca, no 1, vol 25, 2006
EDITORIALI
Perché ri-aprire il dibattito sul management infermieristico. Guida alla monografia L. Saiani
Esiste il management infermieristico? A. Palese
Una riflessione sulle competenze manageriali: solo tecniche o anche altro? A. Dalponte
CONTRIBUTI ED ESPERIENZE
La carenza di infermieri e le strategie per affrontarla
G. Cengia, B. Micheloni, L. Tessari, O. Tosi
Riorganizzazione degli ospedali e riduzione dei posti letto
M. Padovan, L. Gemo, S. Marcante, F. Ometto
Cure intermedie e Nurse Led clinics
A. Palese, L. Filosi, M. Bertuzzo
Caratteristiche delle organizzazioni sanitarie di successo.
Gli "Ospedali magnete"
G. Bulgarelli, F. Cerullo, P. Chiari, P. Ferri, P. Taddia
Modelli di organizzazione dell'assistenza: sono efficaci?
P. Barelli, G. Pallaoro, S. Perli, S. Strimmer, M. L. Zattoni
Il lavoro per turni in ospedale. Alcune novità in letteratura
W. Bonomi, A. Macario, S. Maioli, C. Prandelli
Il turnover degli infermieri
C. Girotto, E. Girotto, L. Marangon, A. Zattarin
Dotazione di personale e qualità delle cure
A. Brugnolli, A. Dalponte, C. Tovazzi, M. Lazzeri, P. Onorati, L. Rizzi
Sistemi di classificazione dei pazienti
E. Allegrini, P. Maimeri, C. Ferrari, C. Pomari, M. Corso, N. Guerra, O. Marognolli
Separazione della linea assistenziale da quella clinica: gli infermieri dovrebbero essere gestiti solo da altri infermieri?
A. Palese, B. Lavia, F. Bassan, C. De Corti, M. Del Forno, R. Finos, L. Flaibani, M. Mesaglio, R. Paroni, M. Pellizzari,
D. Piazza, M. Zamolo, C. Saitto, G. Tosolini
Assistenza infermieristica e ricerca, no 2, vol 25, 2006
NUMERO MONOGRAFICO
TEMI E PROBLEMI DEL MANAGEMENT INFERMIERISTICO. Parte 2
a cura di L. Saiani e A. Palese
EDITORIALI
Gli obiettivi ed i contenuti core di management infermieristico nei percorsi formativi di base e post base
L. Saiani, A. Brugnolli
DOSSIER
Lavorare in gruppo: la collaborazione medici-infermieri
R. Brolis, N. Postal, R. Povoli
L'inserimento dei neolaureati nel mondo del lavoro
L. Cunico, P. Chinchiolo, S. Rigoni, E. Vallaperta
La competenza infermieristica superiore/avanzata (advanced)
M. Dellai, M. Ruocco, O. Roat, F. Dallapè
La consulenza infermieristica
M. Dellai, M. Ruocco, O. Roat, F. Dallapè
Caratteristiche delle generazioni diverse: gestire gruppi infermieristici multigenerazionali
L. Bosetti, R. Levato, R. Rizzi, P. Stenico
Modelli innovativi della continuità dell'assistenza: dalle consegne alla consegna al letto del malato
C. Benaglio, L. Piffer, S. Sperotto, M. Vezzoli, S. Albanese, E. Piva
Documentazione scritta (consegne e piani di assistenza)
A. Palese, G. R. Cabarcas, R. Dotti, O. Riboli
Dove aggiornarsi: riviste nazionali e internazionali di management infermieristico
M. Mesaglio, G. Borghi
CONTRIBUTI ED ESPERIENZE
Progetto di Ricerca LARS (Laboratorio di Ricerca Infermieristica Agenzia Regionale alla Sanità, Friuli Venezia
Giulia).
Studio osservazionale sugli esiti dei modelli organizzativi assistenziali delle medicine, su infermieri, su pazienti ed
organizzazione
A. Palese, B. Lavia, F. Bassan, C. De Corti, M. Del Forno, R. Finos, L. Flaibani, M. Mesaglio, R. Paroni, M. Pellizzari,
D. Piazza, M. Zamolo, R. Iuli, C. Saitto, E. Clagnan, A. Busolini, G. Simon, G. Tosolini
Priorità e problemi per l'assistenza: il punto di vista degli infermieri
M. Piccoli, P. Di Giulio, E. Ruffino, G. Zollesi, C. Dello Russo
OSSERVATORIO INTERNAZIONALE
MDG: un acronimo di cui sapere tutto a cura di M. Valerio
RECENSIONI
Caro Dio ti racconto Nonna Rosa - Cosa sognano i pesci rossi M. Pigaiani
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Autismo oggi, no 8, maggio 2005
Editoriale Claudio Cattaneo, responsabile Segretariato ARES
Dossier Essere fratelli
L'adattamento dei fratelli e delle sorelle di bambini affetti d'autismo
Myriam Squillaci Lanners e Romain Lanners, Istituto di Pedagogia Curativa, University di Friborgo, Svizzera
Riflessioni di un adulto con un fratello affetto da un Disturbo dello Spettro Autistico
Susan Fragiadakis, Dott. in Scienze dell'Educazione, consulente presso it Geneva Centre for Autism (www.autism.net),
Toronto, Canada
Interazioni sociali in adolescenti con disturbi pervasivi dello sviluppo: esperienza in seno ad un gruppo di giovani
accompagnati dai loro fratelli a/o sorelle Emmanuelle Drecq, ergoterapista presso la Fondazione ARES e docente
presso la scuola d'ergoterapia di Trevano
Silvia Ferrari, diplomata in Pedagogia Curativa Clinica all'Universita di Friborgo
Essere sorella!
Intervista a Sibylla Pigni, studentessa di lettere a Friborgo (CH), sorella di Stefano
Autismo oggi, no 9, novembre 2005
Editoriale •Claudio Cattaneo, responsabile Segretariato ARES 2
Dossier
Linee guida per I'Autismo
Linee guida per 1'Autismo 4
Roberto Militerni, Professore Ordinario di Neuropsichiatria Infantile presso la Facolty di Medicina e Chirurgia della
Seconda University di Napoli; Franco Nardocci, Presidente della Society Italiana di Neuropsichiatria dell'Infanzia e
dell'Adolescenza (SINPIA), Responsabile del Centro per I'Autismo-Azienda USL Rimini
Autismo, che fare? Indicazioni per famigliari e professionisti 9
Paolo Moderato, Professore di Psicologia Generale, University IULM Milano
Progetto Sperimentale Sindrome autistica della Regione Lombardia: buone prassi nell'organizzazione di Servizi per
l'Autismo 12
Antonino Guerrini, Primario Emerito di Psichiatria, Responsabile del Progetto Regionale Sindrome Autistica
Riflessioni su Autismo e Svizzera-Italiana 17
Pasqualina Ograbek, presidente di comitato dell'Associazione Svizzero-Italiana per i Problemi dell'Autismo - ASIPA,
Giubiasco
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L'autre, no 1, vol 6, 2005
• Editorial
Claire Mestre, L’égalité pour tous : un mythe bon marché
• Entretien
Avec Pierre Vidal-Naquet, La guerre d’Algérie entre justice, mémoire et histoire
par Danièle Cotinat et François Giraud
• Dossier : Voyages, migrations, errances
- Elisabeth DÔ, Voyage suspendu, voyages impossibles. Un aléa de l’expérience migratoire
- Laetitia Merli, Udgan, la quête du son. L’initiation chamanique d’une Française en Mongolie
- Benoît Dutray, Stéphane Moulin, L’Inde bouleversante : manifestations psychiques au cours des voyages touristiques
- Giorgia Ceriani, Philippe Duhamel, Rémy Knafou, Mathis Stock, Le tourisme et la rencontre de l’autre. Voyage au
pays des idées reçues
• Articles originaux
- Benoît Sourou, La parenté chez les migrants turcs. Permanences ou changements ?
- Sascha Karminski, The importance of the community for coping with torture experience. The example of the tibetan
exile in Dharamsala, India
• Actualités
- Francis Maqueda, L’accès aux soins psychiques pour les demandeurs d’asile : position soignante, position citoyenne
• Notes de terrain
- Sophia Selod, Marie-Annick Grima, Les djinns en fête
• Voyage des créateurs
- Marie-Odile Delacour, Isabelle Eberhardt, Le dévoilement du secret du voyage
• Rencontres avec des lieux
- Valentine Loukombo-Senga, L’École des femmes du Lac
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Bollettino ASPI Associazione svizzera per la protezione dell’infanzia, n 29, anno
12, ottobre 2005
EDITORIALE 4/6
RAPPORTO PRESIDENZI!ALE 7/18
PIU’ FURBI DICAPUCCETTO ROSSO? 19/30
STRUMENTI DI AIUT0 ALLE FAMIGLIE PER LA PREVENZ0NE DELL’ABUSO INTRAFAMI\GLIARE 31/42
IL NUOVO SERVIZI0 DELL’ASSOCIAZI0NE DEMETRA 43/46
BAMBINI: CITTADINI PRECOCI 47/49
COME STANNO I GIOVANI? 507
PREVENZIONE DELLE DIPENDENZE E FATTORI DI PROTEZIONE 58/61
FORUM PER LA PROMOZI0NE DELLA SALUTE NELLA SCU0LA 62/66
LA CARTA PER LA PROMOZIONE DELLA SALUTE 87fl2
GI0VANI E TEMPO LIBERO 73/78
DAI CASI DIFFICILI ALLE SITUAZI0NI COMPLESSE 77/80
GI0VANI IN DIFFICOLTA’ QUALI RISPOSTE DELLA SCUOLA 81/84
STORIE DI GRAVE DISAGIO GIOVANILE DISPONIAMO DI LUOGHI DI ACCOGUENZA ADEGUAT!? 85/87
A PROPOSITO DI VIOLENZA GIOVANILE: UNO SGUARDO DIETRO LE QUINTE 88/91
CHI HA PAURADEL DISAGIO GIOVANILE 92/95
LA CARTA DELLE POLITICHE GIOVANILI 96/99
IN MAROCCO, SULLA TERRA SOTTO IL CIELO DAVANTI AL FUOCO 100/109
IL PROGETTO DEI GIULLARI DI GULLIVER PER UN CENTR0 SOCIOCULTURALE 110118
AUT0DETERMINAZIONE E PARTECIPAZIONE PER ESSERE ATTORI E NON SOLO SPETTATORI 120/123
GRUPPO DI LAV0RO INTERNET E MINORI
124/126
WWW.PERIMETROGIOVANI.CH1 26/128
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British journal of psychiatry, n 3, vol 186, 2005
EDITORIALS:
NICE, but will they help people with depression? The new National Institute for Clinical Excellence depression
guidelines Paula Whitty and Simon Gilbody 177-178
Current strategies for investigating the genetic and environmental risk factors for affective disorders Anne Farmer,
Thalia C. Eley, and Peter McGuffin 179-181
‘Psychiatric comorbidity’: an artefact of current diagnostic systems? Mario Maj 182-184
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Randomised controlled trials relevant to aggressive and violent people, 1955-2000: a survey Sharon Cure, Wan Lian
Chua, Lorna Duggan, and Clive Adams 185-189
PAPERS:
Personality and comorbidity of common psychiatric disorders Amir A. Khan, Kristen C. Jacobson, Charles O. Gardner,
Carol A. Prescott, and Kenneth S. Kendler 190-196
Reduced hippocampal volumes and memory loss in patients with early- and late-onset depression Ian Hickie, Sharon
Naismith, Philip B. Ward, Keelin Turner, Elizabeth Scott, Philip Mitchell, Kay Wilhelm, and Gordon Parker 197-202
Hypofrontality in men with first-episode psychosis V. Molina, J. Sanz, S. Reig, R. Martínez, F. Sarramea, R. Luque, C.
Benito, J. D. Gispert, J. Pascau, and M. Desco 203-208
Neural correlates of syntax production in schizophrenia Tilo T. J. Kircher, Tomasina M. Oh, Michael J. Brammer, and
Philip K. McGuire 209-214
Nicotine dependence and symptoms in schizophrenia: Naturalistic study of complex interactions M. Carmen Aguilar,
Manuel Gurpegui, Francisco J. Diaz, and Jose De Leon 215-221
Escitalopram in the treatment of social anxiety disorder: Randomised, placebo-controlled, flexible-dosage study
Siegfried Kasper, Dan J. Stein, Henrik Loft, and Rico Nil 222-226
Assessing adolescent personality pathology Drew Westen, Lissa Dutra, and Jonathan Shedler 227-238
Suitability and utility of the CORE-OM and CORE-A for assessing severity of presenting problems in psychological
therapy services based in primary and secondary care settings Michael Barkham, Naomi Gilbert, Janice Connell, Chris
Marshall, and Elspeth Twigg 239-246
Psychiatric advance directives: qualitative study of informed deliberations by mental health service users Michaela
Amering, Peter Stastny, and Kim Hopper 247-252
Repeated self-poisoning: increasing severity of self-harm as a predictor of subsequent suicide Greg Carter, David M.
Reith, Ian M. Whyte, and Michelle McPherson 253-257
SHORT REPORTS:
Risk of puerperal and non-puerperal recurrence of illness following bipolar affective puerperal (post-partum) psychosis
Emma Robertson, Ian Jones, Sayeed Haque, Roger Holder, and Nick Craddock 258-259
Suicide by hanging: multicentre study based on coroners’ records in England Olive Bennewith, David Gunnell,
Navneet Kapur, Pauline Turnbull, Sue Simkin, Lesley Sutton, and Keith Hawton 260-261
Correspondence:
Cognitive processing in schizophrenia • Author’s reply F. Oyebode, J. Hall, and S. M. Lawrie 262
Early interventions for psychosis • Author’s reply K. H. Marlowe and A. P. Morrison 262-263
Integration of psychiatric and physical health F. J. Huyse 263-264
Quality of life and ECT • Author’s reply • Author’s reply L. Andre, W. V. McCall, and L. Andre 264-265
One hundred years ago:
Insanity and murder Henry Rollin 266
Book reviews:
Autism and Creativity: Is There a Link between Autism in Men and Exceptional Ability? Sabina Dosani 267
Psychotherapy for Borderline Personality Disorder, Mentalization-based Treatment Duncan McLean 267-268
Early Intervention for Trauma and Traumatic Loss Ronan J. McIvor 268
Practical Psychiatric Epidemiology James Kirkbride 268-269
British journal of psychiatry, n 4, vol 186, 2005
EDITORIALS:
The neglect of volition SCOTT HENDERSON 273-274
Essential fatty acids and mental health BRIAN HALLAHAN and MALCOLM R. GARLAND 275-277
Dialectical behaviour therapy in the treatment of borderline personality disorder RICHARD C. BLENNERHASSETT
and JENNIFER WILSON O’RAGHALLAIGH 278-280
PAPERS:
Pathways to care and ethnicity. 1: Sample characteristics and compulsory admission: Report from the ÆSOP study
CRAIG MORGAN, ROSEMARIE MALLETT, GERARD HUTCHINSON, HEMANT BAGALKOTE, KEVIN
MORGAN, PAUL FEARON, PAOLA DAZZAN, JANE BOYDELL, KWAME McKENZIE, GLYNN HARRISON,
ROBIN MURRAY, PETER JONES, TOM CRAIG, JULIAN LEFF on behalf of the ÆSOP Study Group 281-289
Pathways to care and ethnicity. 2: Source of referral and help-seeking: Report from the ÆSOP study
CRAIG MORGAN, ROSEMARIE MALLETT, GERARD HUTCHINSON, HEMANT BAGALKOTE, KEVIN
MORGAN, PAUL FEARON, PAOLA DAZZAN, JANE BOYDELL, KWAME MCKENZIE, GLYNN HARRISON,
ROBIN MURRAY, PETER JONES, TOM CRAIG, JULIAN LEFF on behalf of the ÆSOP Study Group 290-296
Help-seeking behaviour in men and women with common mental health problems: cross-sectional study
MARIA ISABEL OLIVER, NICKY PEARSON, NICOLA COE, and DAVID GUNNELL 297-301
Negative self-schemas and the onset of depression in women: longitudinal study
JONATHAN EVANS, JON HERON, GLYN LEWIS, RICARDO ARAYA, DIETER WOLKE on behalf of the
ALSPAC study team 302-307
Neurological findings in late-onset depressive disorder: comparison of individuals with and without depression
ROBERT BALDWIN, SUZANNE JEFFRIES, ALAN JACKSON, CAROLINE SUTCLIFFE, NEIL THACKER,
MARIETTA SCOTT, and ALISTAIR BURNS 308-313
Prospective study of risk factors for attempted suicide among patients with DSM–IV major depressive disorder
T. PETTERI SOKERO, TARJA K. MELARTIN, HEIKKI J. RYTSÄLÄ, ULLA S. LESKELÄ, PAULA S. LESTELÄMIELONEN, and ERKKI T. ISOMETSÄ 314-318
The PAS–ADD Checklist: independent replication of its psychometric properties in a community sample
PETER STURMEY, JONATHON TIMOTHY NEWTON, AMY COWLEY, NICK BOURAS, and GERALDINE
HOLT 319-323
Cognitive–behavioural therapy for refractory psychotic symptoms of schizophrenia resistant to atypical antipsychotic
medication: Randomised controlled trial
LUCIA R. VALMAGGIA, MARK VAN DER GAAG, NICHOLAS TARRIER, MARIEKE PIJNENBORG, and CEES
J. SLOOFF 324-330
Causal beliefs and attitudes to people with schizophrenia: Trend analysis based on data from two population surveys in
Germany MATTHIAS C. ANGERMEYER and HERBERT MATSCHINGER 331-334
Assessing psychopathy in the UK: concerns about cross-cultural generalisability
DAVID J. COOKE, CHRISTINE MICHIE, STEPHEN D. HART, and DANNY CLARK 335-341
Transference patterns in the psychotherapy of personality disorders: empirical investigation
REBEKAH BRADLEY, AMY KEGLEY HEIM, and DREW WESTEN 342-349
SHORT REPORTS:
Predictors of outcome following treatment for chronic fatigue
LUCY DARBISHIRE, PAUL SEED, and LEONE RIDSDALE 350-351
Occult suicidality in an emergency department population
CYNTHIA A. CLAASSEN and GREGORY L. LARKIN 352-353
Correspondence:
Partial agonists in schizophrenia D. A. Cousins and A. H. Young 354
Suicide in prisons B. D. Kelly and H. G. Kennedy 354-355
Ethnicity and suicidality • Authors’ reply: M. El-Adl, D. Gunnell, R. Harbord, N. Singleton, R. Jenkins, and G. Lewis
355
Attention deficit disorder in adults P. Gangdev 355
Risk reduction studies in schizophrenia • Author’s reply: S. K. Chaturvedi and L. T. Niemi 355-356
One hundred years ago:
The care of the feeble-minded Henry Rollin 356-357
British journal of psychiatry, n 5, vol 186, 2005
EDITORIALS:
Immigration and schizophrenia: the social causation hypothesis revisited
Brian Cooper 361-363
The beginning of the end for the Kraepelinian dichotomy
Nick Craddock and Michael J. Owen 364-366
From ‘obstetric complications’ to a maternal–foetal origin hypothesis of mood disorder
Veronica O’keane and Jan Scott 367-368
PAPERS:
Regional volume deviations of brain structure in schizophrenia and psychotic bipolar disorder: Computational
morphometry study
Colm McDonald, Ed Bullmore, Pak Sham, Xavier Chitnis, John Suckling, James MacCabe, Muriel Walshe, and Robin
M. Murray 369-377
Neuropsychological impairments in people with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder and their unaffected relatives
Andrew M. McIntosh, Lesley K. Harrison, Karen Forrester, Stephen M. Lawrie, and Eve C. Johnstone 378-385
Pathogenesis of schizophrenia: a psychopathological perspective
D.G. Cunningham Owens, Patrick Miller, Stephen M. Lawrie, and Eve C. Johnstone 386-393
The Danish National Schizophrenia Project: prospective, comparative longitudinal treatment study of first-episode
psychosis
Bent Rosenbaum, Kristian Valbak, Susanne Harder, Per Knudsen, Anne Køster, Matilde Lajer, Anne Lindhardt, Gerda
Winther, Lone Petersen, Per Jørgensen, Merete Nordentoft, and Anne Helms Andreasen 394-399
Birth dimensions and risk of depression in adulthood: cohort study of Danish men born in 1953
Merete Osler, Merete Nordentoft, and Anne-Marie Nybo Andersen 400-403
Care staff training in detection of depression in residential homes for the elderly: Randomised trial
A. M. H. Eisses, H. Kluiter, K. Jongenelis, A.M. Pot, A.T.F. Beekman, and J. Ormel 404-409
Distinctive neurocognitive effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation and electroconvulsive therapy in
major depression
Svenja C. Schulze-Rauschenbach, Uta Harms, Thomas E. Schlaepfer, Wolfgang Maier, Peter Falkai, and Michael
Wagner 410-416
Mental health inequalities in Wales, UK: multi-level investigation of the effect of area deprivation
Petros Skapinakis, Glyn Lewis, Ricardo Araya, Kelvyn Jones, and Gareth Williams 417-422
Misdiagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder following severe traumatic brain injury
Ruth E. Sumpter and Tom M. Mcmillan 423-426
Psychological investigation of the structure of paranoia in a non-clinical population
Daniel Freeman, Philippa A. Garety, Paul E. Bebbington, Benjamin Smith, Rebecca Rollinson, David Fowler, Elizabeth
Kuipers, Katarzyna Ray, and Graham Dunn 427-435
Community study of knowledge of and attitude to mental illness in Nigeria
Oye Gureje, Victor O. Lasebikan, Olusola Ephraim-Oluwanuga, Benjamin O. Olley, and Lola Kola 436-441
SHORT REPORTS:
Migration, family dysfunction and psychotic symptoms in children and adolescents
Luis R. Patino, Jean-Paul Selten, Herman Van Engeland, Jan H. M. Duyx, Rene S. Kahn, and Huibert Burger 442-443
Correspondence:
Language lateralisation in schizophrenia • Authors’ reply: F. Spaniel, J. Tintera, T. Hájek, J. Horacek, M. Dezortova,
M. Hájek, I. E. C. Sommer, and R. S. Kahn 444-445
Cognitive–behavioural interventions in schizophrenia • Authors’ reply: A. S. Huda, S. Hodgins, and R. Müller-Isberner
445
Suicide and antidepressant sales • Authors’ reply: Z. Rihmer, A. Rihmer, G. Isacsson, H. Tómasson, T. Helgason, and
T. Zoëga 445-446
Transcranial direct current stimulation F. Fregni, P. S. Boggio, M. Nitsche, and A. Pascual-Leone 446-447
NICE recommendations for valproate treatment are unhelpful D. Curtis and M. Kerr 447
Combating editorial racism S. Ramaiah 447-448
Reading habits of British psychiatrists S. K. Chaturvedi 448
One hundred years ago:
‘Kinds of insanity’ Henry Rollin 448-449
British journal of psychiatry, n 6, vol 186, 2005
EDITORIALS:
Bipolar disorder and childbirth: the importance of recognising risk
IAN JONES and NICK CRADDOCK 453-454
Metabolic syndrome and schizophrenia
JOGIN H. THAKORE 455-456
Can psychedelics have a role in psychiatry once again?
BEN SESSA 457-458
SPECIAL PAPERS:
Risk, psychiatry and the military
SIMON WESSELY 459-466
PAPERS:
Documented combat exposure of US veterans seeking treatment for combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder
B. CHRISTOPHER FRUEH, JON D. ELHAI, ANOUK L. GRUBAUGH, JEANNINE MONNIER, TODD B.
KASHDAN, JULIE A. SAUVAGEOT, MARK B. HAMNER, B. G. BURKETT, and GEORGE W. ARANA 467-472
War stories: Invited commentary on... Documented combat exposure of US veterans seeking treatment for combatrelated post-traumatic stress disorder
SIMON WESSELY 473-475
Acute military psychiatric casualties from the war in Iraq
MARK A. TURNER, MATHEW D. KIERNAN, ANDREW G. McKECHANIE, PETER J.C. FINCH, FRANK B.
McMANUS, and LEIGH A. NEAL 476-479
‘Goodbye and good luck’: the mental health needs and treatment experiences of British ex-service personnel
AMY IVERSEN, CLAIRE DYSON, NAOMI SMITH, NEIL GREENBERG, REBECCA WALWYN, CATHERINE
UNWIN, LISA HULL, MATTHEW HOTOPF, CHRISTOPHER DANDEKER, JOHN ROSS, and SIMON WESSELY
480-486
Comparison of post-disaster psychiatric disorders after terrorist bombings in Nairobi and Oklahoma City
CAROL S. NORTH, BETTY PFEFFERBAUM, PUSHPA NARAYANAN, SAMUEL THIELMAN, GRETCHEN
McCOY, CEDRIC DUMONT, AYA KAWASAKI, NATSUKO RYOSHO, and EDWARD L. SPITZNAGEL 487-493
Symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder after non-traumatic events: evidence from an open population study
SASKIA S. L. MOL, ARNOUD ARNTZ, JOB F.M. METSEMAKERS, GEERT-JAN DINANT, PAULINE A. P.
VILTERS-VAN MONTFORT, and J. ANDRÉ KNOTTNERUS 494-499
Cost-effectiveness of relapse-prevention cognitive therapy for bipolar disorder: 30-month study
DOMINIC H. LAM, PAUL McCRONE, KIM WRIGHT, and NATALIE KERR 500-506
Outcome in severe irritable bowel syndrome with and without accompanying depressive, panic and neurasthenic
disorders
FRANCIS CREED, JOY RATCLIFFE, LAKSHMI FERNANDES, STEPHEN PALMER, CHRISTINE RIGBY,
BARBARA TOMENSON, ELSPETH GUTHRIE, NICHOLAS READ, DAVID G. THOMPSON North of England
IBS Research Group 507-515
Personality subtypes in eating disorders: validation of a classification in a naturalistic sample
HEATHER THOMPSON-BRENNER and DREW WESTEN 516-524
Obsessions and compulsions in Asperger syndrome and high-functioning autism
AILSA J. RUSSELL, DAVID MATAIX-COLS, MARTIN ANSON, and DECLAN G. M. MURPHY 525-528
Pathways to psychiatric care in Eastern Europe
RICHARD GATER, VESNA JORDANOVA, NADJA MARIC, VALBONA ALIKAJ, MAJA BAJS, TAMARA
CAVIC, HRISTO DIMITROV, DIANA IOSUB, ADRIANA MIHAI, ANDREEA SILVANA SZALONTAY,
HANFRIED HELMCHEN, and NORMAN SARTORIUS 529-535
SHORT REPORTS:
Going to war does not have to hurt: preliminary findings from the British deployment to Iraq
JAMIE HACKER HUGHES, FIONA CAMERON, ROD ELDRIDGE, MADELEINE DEVON, SIMON WESSELY,
and NEIL GREENBERG 536-537
Self-harm in older people with depression: Comparison of social factors, life events and symptoms
MICHAEL DENNIS, PENNY WAKEFIELD, CAROLINE MOLLOY, HARRY ANDREWS, and TREVOR
FRIEDMAN 538-539
Correspondence:
Racism in psychiatry • Author's reply S. B. Timimi and Peter Tyrer 540
Phenomenology of psychosis • Authors' reply R. Abed, R. Harland, C. Morgan, and G. Hutchinson 540-541
Personality and attachment in adolescence K. Ma 541-542
Dementia prevalence S. T. Varghese 542
Involuntary placement in Italy A. Barbato and B. D'Avanzo 542-543
Dissociative symptoms after plague in the 15th century M. Ben-Ezra 543
One hundred years ago:
Pyromania, a psychosis of puberty
British journal of psychiatry, n 1, vol 187, 2005
luglio 2005
EDITORIALS:
Integrating mental health in global initiatives for HIV/AIDS
MELVYN FREEMAN, VIKRAM PATEL, PAMELA Y. COLLINS, and JOSE BERTOLOTE 1-3
The role of proteomics in investigating psychiatric disorders
K. PENNINGTON, D. COTTER, and M. J. DUNN 4-6
Zero tolerance of violence by users of mental health services: the need for an ethical framework
G. M. BEHR, J. P. RUDDOCK, P. BENN, and M. J. CRAWFORD 7-8
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Schizophrenia and suicide: systematic review of risk factors
KEITH HAWTON, LESLEY SUTTON, CAMILLA HAW, JULIA SINCLAIR, and JONATHAN J. DEEKS 9-20
PAPERS:
Birth weight and psychological distress at age 45-51 years: Results from the Aberdeen Children of the 1950s cohort
study
NICOLA J. WILES, TIM J. PETERS, DAVID A. LEON, and GLYN LEWIS 21-28
Geographical variation in rates of common mental disorders in Britain: prospective cohort study
SCOTT WEICH, LIZ TWIGG, GLYN LEWIS, and KELVYN JONES 29-34
Physical health and depressive symptoms in older Europeans: Results from EURODEP
A. W. BRAAM, M. J. PRINCE, A. T. F. BEEKMAN, P. DELESPAUL, M. E. DEWEY, S.W. GEERLINGS, S.-L.
KIVELA, B. A. LAWLOR, H. MAGNUSSON, I. MELLER, K. PÉRÈS, F. M. REISCHIES, M. ROELANDS, R. A.
SCHOEVERS, P. SAZ, I. SKOOG, C. TURRINA, A. VERSPORTEN, and J. R. M. COPELAN 35-42
Psychiatric hospitalisation and suicide among the very old in Denmark: population-based register study
ANNETTE ERLANGSEN, PREBEN BO MORTENSEN, WERNER VACH, and BERNARD JEUNE 43-48
Socio-economic inequalities in suicide: a European comparative study
VINCENT LORANT, ANTON E. KUNST, MARTIJN HUISMAN, GIUSEPPE COSTA, JOHAN MACKENBACH
EU Working Group on Socio-Economic Inequalities in Health 49-54
Modafinil modulates anterior cingulate function in chronic schizophrenia
SEAN A. SPENCE, RUSSELL D. GREEN, IAIN D. WILKINSON, and MIKE D. HUNTER 55-61
Domestic violence and its mental health correlates in Indian women
SHUBA KUMAR, LAKSHMANAN JEYASEELAN, SARADHA SURESH, RAMESH CHANDRA AHUJA
IndiaSAFE Steering Committee 62-67
Outcomes of crises before and after introduction of a crisis resolution team
SONIA JOHNSON, FIONA NOLAN, JOHN HOULT, IAN R. WHITE, PAUL BEBBINGTON, ANDREW SANDOR,
NIGEL McKENZIE, SEJAL N. PATEL, and STEPHEN PILLING 68-75
Effectiveness of providing self-help information following acute traumatic injury: randomised controlled trial
GRAHAM TURPIN, MARIA DOWNS, and SUZANNE MASON 76-82
Autism: functional brain mapping of exceptional calendar capacity
NATHALIE BODDAERT, CATHERINE BARTHÉLÉMY, JEAN-BAPTISTE POLINE, YVES SAMSON, FRANCIS
BRUNELLE, and MÔNICA ZILBOVICIUS 83-86
SHORT REPORTS:
`Bipolarity' in bipolar disorder: distribution of manic and depressive symptoms in a treated population
MARK S. BAUER, GREGORY E. SIMON, EVETTE LUDMAN, and JURGEN UNÜTZER 87-88
Correspondence:
Left frontal activation M.D. Hunter and S.A. Spence 89
Confounding factors for depression in adults with mild learning disability C. Feroz-Nainar 89
Authors' reply: S. Collishaw, B. Maughan, and A. Pickles 89-90
Prevalence of dementia S. Shaji 90
Measures for mental health outcomes R. J. Craig 90-91
ECT for acute mania A. C. Gibson 91
Variations in involuntary commitment in the European Union C. L. Mulder 91-92
Psychiatry in Europe
M. Agius, R. Zaman, S. Singh, O. Gallagher, P. B. Jones, P. McGuire, P. Power, T. Craig, S. Bahn, A. Grech, C. Casha,
C. Pace, D. Cassar, M. Blinc-Pesek, B. Avgustin, E. Gruber, S. M. Biocina, J. Andelic, R. Dinolova, J. van Os, and M.
Lambert 92
British journal of psychiatry, n 2, vol 187, 2005
EDITORIALS:
Social defeat: risk factor for schizophrenia?
JEAN-PAUL SELTEN and ELIZABETH CANTOR-GRAAE 101-102
Unravelling the complexity of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: a behavioural genomic approach
PHILIP ASHERSON, JONNA KUNTSI, and ERIC TAYLOR 103-105
A guide to cost-effectiveness acceptability curves
ELISABETH FENWICK and SARAH BYFORD 106-108
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Meta-review of high-quality systematic reviews of interventions in key areas of liaison psychiatry
RACHEL RUDDY and ALLAN HOUSE 109-120
PAPERS:
Changes and predictors of change in objective and subjective quality of life: Multiwave follow-up study in community
psychiatric practice
MIRELLA RUGGERI, MICHELA NOSÈ, CHIARA BONETTO, DORIANA CRISTOFALO, ANTONIO
LASALVIA, GIOVANNI SALVI, BENEDETTA STEFANI, FRANCESCA MALCHIODI, and MICHELE
TANSELLA 121-130
Perceived functioning, well-being and psychiatric symptoms in patients with stable schizophrenia treated with longacting risperidone for 1 year
W.WOLFGANG FLEISCHHACKER, JONATHAN RABINOWITZ, GEORG KEMMLER, MARIëLLE
EERDEKENS, and ANGELIKA MEHNERT 131-136
Effect of switching antipsychotics on antiparkinsonian medication use in schizophrenia: Population-based study
SYLVIA PARK, DENNIS ROSS-DEGNAN, ALYCE S. ADAMS, JAMES SABIN, PANOS KANAVOS, and
STEPHEN B. SOUMERAI 137-142
Brief psychotherapy in Alzheimer's disease: Randomised controlled trial
ALISTAIR BURNS, ELSE GUTHRIE, FEDERICA MARINO-FRANCIS, CHARLOTTE BUSBY, JULIE MORRIS,
EVE RUSSELL, FRANK MARGISON, SEAN LENNON, and JANE BYRNE 143-147
Acute tryptophan depletion as a model of depressive relapse: Behavioural specificity and ethical considerations
LINDA BOOIJ, A. J. WILLEM van der DOES, P. M. JUDITH HAFFMANS, PHILIP SPINHOVEN, and RICHARD J.
McNALLY 148-154
Relationship between antisocial behaviour, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and maternal prenatal smoking
T. M. M. BUTTON, A. THAPAR, and P. McGUFFIN 155-160
Common mental disorders in a young urban population in Colombia
TRUDY HARPHAM, SIMON SNOXELL, EMMA GRANT, and CARLOS RODRIGUEZ
161-167
Lifetime prevalence and impact of stalking in a European population: Epidemiological data from a middle-sized
German city
HARALD DRESSING, CHRISTINE KUEHNER, and PETER GASS 168-172
Roles of psychiatrists and other professionals in mental healthcare: Results of a formal group judgement method
among mental health professionals
GIEL HUTSCHEMAEKERS, BEA TIEMENS, and AD KAASENBROOD 173-179
SHORT REPORTS:
Childhood IQ in relation to later psychiatric disorder: Evidence from a Danish birth cohort study
G. DAVID BATTY, ERIK L. MORTENSEN, and MERETE OSLER 180-181
Distress in Parkinson's disease: contributions of disease factors and metacognitive style
RORY ALLOTT, ADRIAN WELLS, ANTHONY P. MORRISON, and RICHARD WALKER 182-183
Effect of psychiatric disorders on outcome of cognitive-behavioural therapy for chronic fatigue syndrome
JUDITH PRINS, GIJS BLEIJENBERG, EUFRIDE KLEIN ROUWELER, and JOS van der MEER 184-185
Crisis card following self-harm: 12-month follow-up of a randomised controlled trial
JONATHAN EVANS, MARK EVANS, H. GETHIN MORGAN, ALAN HAYWARD, and DAVID GUNNELL 186187
Correspondence:
Combating editorial racism R. Kapur 188
Prevention of psychosis • Author's reply A. S. David and A. P. Morrison 188-189
Guided self-change for bulimia C. Thiels 189
What is a traumatic event? • Authors' reply J. D. Elhai, T. B. Kashdan, B. C. Frueh, M. Olff, and B. Gersons 189-190
Potentially preventable suicide • Authors' reply
E. Salib, M. Theophanous, O. Bennewith, D. Gunnell, N. Kapur, P. Turnbull, S. Simkin, L. Sutton, and K. Hawton 190191
Transcranial direct current stimulation in developing countries • Authors' reply P. Sachdev, F. Fregni, P. Boggio, M. A.
Nitsche, and A. Pascual-Leone 191-192
Drug combinations for rapid tranquillisation • Authors' reply S. Ranjan, P. S. Chandra, J. Alexander, P. Tharyan, Clive
Adams, Thomas John, Carina Mol, and Joncy Philip 192-193
Limitations of rapid tranquillisation trial • Authors' reply O. P. Jhirwal, P. Kulhara, D. Basu, J. Alexander, and P.
Tharyan 193-194
Who pays the piper? Tim Calton 195
Begetting drunkards C. C. H. Cook 195
Author's reply David Ball 195
One hundred years ago:
The after-care of patients discharged from asylums 195-196
British journal of psychiatry, suppl 48 del n 1, vol 187, 2005
Early psychosis: a bridge to the future EDITED BY P. McGORRY, M. NORDENTOFT and
E. SIMONSEN
EDITORIALS:
Introduction to ‘Early psychosis: a bridge to the future’
PATRICK McGORRY, MERETE NORDENTOFT, and ERIK SIMONSEN (Suppl 48): s1-s3
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Integrating non-drug treatments in early schizophrenia
SHÔN W. LEWIS, NICOLAS TARRIER, and RICHARD JAMES DRAKE (Suppl 48): s65-s71
Implementing cognitive–behavioural therapy for first-episode psychosis
JEAN ADDINGTON and JOHN GLEESON (Suppl 48): s72-s76
Problems with early and very early intervention in psychosis
RICHARD WARNER (Suppl 48): s104-s107
Early intervention in psychotic disorders: beyond debate to solving problems
PATRICK D. McGORRY (Suppl 48): s108-s110
Clinical detection of schizophrenia-prone individuals: Critical appraisal
JOSEF PARNAS (Suppl 48): s111-s112
Early detection and intervention in psychosis: an ethical paradigm shift
THOMAS H. McGLASHAN (Suppl 48): s113-s115
Early intervention and recovery for young people with early psychosis: consensus statement
J. BERTOLOTE and P. McGORRY (Suppl 48): s116-s119
International clinical practice guidelines for early psychosis
INTERNATIONAL EARLY PSYCHOSIS ASSOCIATION WRITING GROUP
(Suppl 48): s120-s124
PAPERS:
Predictors of schizophrenia: Evidence from the Northern Finland 1966 Birth Cohort and other sources
MATTI ISOHANNI, ERIKA LAURONEN, KRISTIINA MOILANEN, IRENE ISOHANNI, LIISA KEMPPAINEN,
HANNU KOPONEN, JOUKO MIETTUNEN, PIRJO MÄKI, SAMI RÄSÄNEN, JUHA VEIJOLA, PEKKA
TIENARI, KARL-ERIK WAHLBERG, and GRAHAM K. MURRAY (Suppl 48): s4-s7
Neurobiology of early psychosis
MATCHERI S. KESHAVAN, GREGOR BERGER, ROBERT B. ZIPURSKY, STEPHEN J. WOOD, and CHRISTOS
PANTELIS (Suppl 48): s8-s18
Duration of untreated psychosis and its relationship to clinical outcome
ROSS M.G. NORMAN, SHÔN W. LEWIS, and MAX MARSHALL
(Suppl 48): s19-s23
Pathways to care for first-episode psychosis in an early detection healthcare sector: Part of the Scandinavian TIPS
study
JAN OLAV JOHANNESSEN, TOR K. LARSEN, INGE JOA, INGRID MELLE, SVEIN FRIIS, STEIN
OPJORDSMOEN, BJØRN RISHOVD RUND, ERIK SIMONSEN, PER VAGLUM, and THOMAS H. McGLASHAN
(Suppl 48): s24-s28
Effect of an early detection programme on duration of untreated psychosis: Part of the Scandinavian TIPS study
SVEIN FRIIS, PER VAGLUM, ULRIK HAAHR, JAN OLAV JOHANNESSEN, TOR K. LARSEN, INGRID
MELLE, STEIN OPJORDSMOEN, BJØRN RISOVD RUND, ERIK SIMONSEN, and THOMAS H. McGLASHAN
(Suppl 48): s29-s32
Prepsychotic phase of schizophrenia and related disorders: recent progress and future opportunities
LISA J. PHILLIPS, PATRICK D. McGORRY, ALISON R. YUNG, THOMAS H. McGLASHAN, BARBARA
CORNBLATT, and JOACHIM KLOSTERKÖTTER (Suppl 48): s33-s44
Interventions in the initial prodromal states of psychosis in Germany: concept and recruitment
ANDREAS BECHDOLF, STEPHAN RUHRMANN, MICHAEL WAGNER, KAI UWE KÜHN, BIRGIT JANSSEN,
RONALD BOTTLENDER, ANKE WIENEKE, FRAUKE SCHULZE-LUTTER, WOLFGANG MAIER, and
JOACHIM KLOSTERKÖTTER (Suppl 48): s45-s48
Clinical characteristics of first-admitted patients with ICD–10 schizotypal disorder
PETER HANDEST and JOSEF PARNAS (Suppl 48): s49-s54
Role of distress in delusion formation
MANON HANSSEN, LYDIA KRABBENDAM, RON de GRAAF, WILMA VOLLEBERGH, and JIM van OS (Suppl
48): s55-s58
Expressed emotion as an adaptation to loss: Prospective study in first-episode psychosis
PAUL PATTERSON, MAX BIRCHWOOD, and RAY COCHRANE (Suppl 48): s59-s64
Rational pharmacotherapy in early psychosis
GARY REMINGTON (Suppl 48): s77-s84
Integrated treatment of first-episode psychosis: effect of treatment on family burden: OPUS trial
PIA JEPPESEN, LONE PETERSEN, ANNE THORUP, MAJ-BRITT ABEL, JOHAN ØEHLENSCHLÆGER,
TORBEN Ø. CHRISTENSEN, GERTRUD KRARUP, RALF HEMMINGSEN, PER JØRGENSEN, and MERETE
NORDENTOFT (Suppl 48): s85-s90
Developing services for first-episode psychosis and the critical period
JANE EDWARDS, MEREDITH G. HARRIS, and SWAGATA BAPAT (Suppl 48): s91-s97
Improving 1-year outcome in first-episode psychosis: OPUS trial
LONE PETERSEN, MERETE NORDENTOFT, PIA JEPPESEN, JOHAN ØHLENSCHLÆGER, ANNE THORUP,
TORBEN ØSTERGAARD CHRISTENSEN, GERTRUD KRARUP, JYTTE DAHLSTRØM, BODIL HAASTRUP,
and PER JØRGENSEN (Suppl 48): s98-s103
British journal of psychiatry, n 3, vol 187, 2005
EDITORIALS:
Time for a shift in focus in schizophrenia: from narrow phenotypes to broad endophenotypes
Mark Weiser, Jim van Os, and Michael Davidson 203-205
Studying suicide from the life course perspective: implications for prevention
D. Gunnell and G. Lewis 206-208
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Substance use disorders and the orbitofrontal cortex: Systematic review of behavioural decision-making and
neuroimaging studies
G. Dom, B. Sabbe, W. Hulstijn, and W. van den Brink 209-220
PAPERS:
Laterality phenotypes in patients with schizophrenia, their siblings and controls: associations with clinical and
cognitive variables
Milan Dragovic, Geoff Hammond, Johanna C. Badcock, and Assen Jablensky 221-228
Risperidone in the treatment of acute mania: Double-blind, placebo-controlled study
Sumant Khanna, Eduard Vieta, Benjamin Lyons, Fred Grossman, Mariëlle Eerdekens, and Michelle Kramer 229-234
Effectiveness of aripiprazole v. haloperidol in acute bipolar mania: Double-blind, randomised, comparative 12-week
trial
Eduard Vieta, Michel Bourin, Raymond Sanchez, Ronald Marcus, Elyse Stock, Robert McQuade, William Carson,
Neveen Abou-Gharbia, Rene Swanink, Taro Iwamoto on behalf of the Aripiprazole Study Group 235-242
Polypharmacy and excessive dosing: psychiatrists’ perceptions of antipsychotic drug prescription
Hiroto Ito, Asuka Koyama, and Teruhiko Higuchi 243-247
Schizophrenia practice guidelines: international survey and comparison
Wolfgang Gaebel, Stefan Weinmann, Norman Sartorius, Wolfgang Rutz, and John S. McIntyre 248-255
Patient-rated mental health needs and quality of life improvement
Mike Slade, Morven Leese, Sharon Cahill, Graham Thornicroft, and Elizabeth Kuipers 256-261
Psychiatric telephone interview with parents for screening of childhood autism – tics, attention-deficit hyperactivity
disorder and other comorbidities (A–TAC): Preliminary reliability and validity
Sara Lina Hansson, Annika Svanström Röjvall, Maria Rastam, Carina Gillberg, Christopher Gillberg, and Henrik
Anckarsäter 262-267
Early experiences and their relationship to maternal eating disorder symptoms, both lifetime and during pregnancy
R. Senior, J. Barnes, J. R. Emberson, J. Golding on behalf of the ALSPAC Study Team 268-273
General practitioners and schizophrenia: results from a Swiss survey
Andor E. Simon, Christoph Lauber, Katja Ludewig, Hellmuth Braun-Scharm, Daniel S. Umbricht for the Swiss Early
Psychosis Project 274-281
SHORT REPORTS:
Fronto-parietal activation in attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, combined type: functional magnetic resonance
imaging study
T. Silk, A. Vance, N. Rinehart, G. Egan, M. O’Boyle, J. L. Bradshaw, and R. Cunnington 282-283
Cognitive performance in presumed obligate carriers for psychosis
Timothea Toulopoulou, Francesca Mapua-Filbey, Seema Quraishi, Eugenia Kravariti, Robin G. Morris, Colm
McDonald, Muriel Walshe, Elvira Bramon, and Robin M. Murray 284-285
Longitudinal follow-up in acute and transient psychotic disorders and schizophrenia
Frank Pillmann and Andreas Marneros 286-287
Correspondence:
Organic brain dysfunction in late-onset depression A. B. Kaimal and U.V. Nair 288
Recurrence of post-partum and non-post-partum psychosis • Authors’ reply V. O’Keane, I. Jones, E. RobertsonBlackmore, and N. Craddock 288-289
Value of measuring suicide intent C.T.S. Kumar 289
Free will and volition • Author’s reply P. Crichton and A. S. Henderson 289-290
Violence and offending in people with learning disabilities • Authors’ reply T. Marshall, S. Reed, D. Murphy, K.
Xenitidis, and A. Russell 290
Escitalopram for social anxiety disorder • Authors’ reply M. Lele, A. Joglekar, S. Kasper, D. J. Stein, H. Loft, and R.
Nil 290-292
Choosing psychiatry as a career B. J. Baig 292
One hundred years ago:
Family care of the insane Henry Rollin 292-293
British journal of psychiatry, n 4, vol 187, 2005
EDITORIALS:
Continuities between childhood and adult life
BARBARA MAUGHAN and JULIA KIM-COHEN 301-303
Wishful thinking: antidepressant drugs in childhood depression
ANNE TONKIN and JON JUREIDINI 304-305
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Cannabis use and misuse prevalence among people with psychosis
BOB GREEN, ROSS YOUNG, and DAVID KAVANAGH 306-313
PAPERS:
Incidence of anti-brain antibodies in children with obsessive–compulsive disorder
RUSSELL C. DALE, ISOBEL HEYMAN, GAVIN GIOVANNONI, and ANDRE W J. CHURCH 314-319
Prefrontal white matter in pathological liars
YALING YANG, ADRIAN RAINE, TODD LENCZ, SUSAN BIHRLE, LORI LACASSE, and PATRICK COLLETTI
320-325
Prefrontal white matter – the tissue of lies?: Invited commentary on...Prefrontal white matter in pathological liars
SEAN A. SPENCE 326-327
Attachment representations in mothers with abnormal illness behaviour by proxy
GWEN ADSHEAD and KERRY BLUGLASS 328-333
Schizophrenia and cancer: an epidemiological study
MICHAEL J. GOLDACRE, LIANNE M. KURINA, CLARE J. WOTTON, DAVID YEATES, and VALERIE
SEAGROAT 334-338
Family education for people with schizophrenia in Beijing, China: Randomised controlled trial
ZHENG LI and DAVID ARTHUR 339-345
Dietary improvement in people with schizophrenia: Randomised controlled trial
ROBIN G. McCREADIE, CIARA KELLY, MOIRA CONNOLLY, SUE WILLIAMS, GWEN BAXTER, MICHAEL
LEAN, and JOHN R. PATERSON 346-351
Venlafaxine extended-release capsules in panic disorder: Flexible-dose, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
JACQUES BRADWEJN, ANTTI AHOKAS, DAN J. STEIN, ELISEO SALINAS, GERARD EMILIEN, and
TIMOTHY WHITAKER 352-359
In-patient treatment of opiate dependence: medium-term follow-up outcomes
BOBBY P. SMYTH, JOE BARRY, ALISON LANE, MARY COTTER, MARY O’NEILL, CAROLINE QUINN, and
EAMON KEENAN 360-365
Clinical implications of Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale scores
STEFAN LEUCHT, JOHN M. KANE, WERNER KISSLING, JOHANNES HAMANN, EVA ETSCHEL, and ROLF
ENGEL 366-371
Reliability of mental capacity assessments in psychiatric in-patients
RUTH CAIRNS, CLEMENTINE MADDOCK, ALEC BUCHANAN, ANTHONY S. DAVID, PETER HAYWARD,
GENEVRA RICHARDSON, GEORGE SZMUKLER, and MATTHEW HOTOPF 372-378
Prevalence and predictors of mental incapacity in psychiatric in-patients
RUTH CAIRNS, CLEMENTINE MADDOCK, ALEC BUCHANAN, ANTHONY S. DAVID, PETER HAYWARD,
GENEVRA RICHARDSON, GEORGE SZMUKLER, and MATTHEW HOTOPF 379-385
Correspondence:
ECTand rTMS for depression • Authors’reply: F. Fregni, M. O’Connor, A. Pascual-Leone, M. Wagner, S. SchulzeRauschenbach, and T. Schlaepfer 386-387
CBT for refractory psychotic symptoms K. J. M. Gournay and P. Rogers 387
Urban environment and schizophrenia • Authors’ reply: H. D. Maharajh, J. P. Selten, E. C. Zeyl, and P. N. van Harten
387-388
Advance directives and advance agreements • Authors’ reply: M. Zinkler, M. Amering, P. Stastny, and K. Hopper 388389
Doctors and lawyers A. I. F. Simpson 389
One hundred years ago:
Henry Rollin 389-390
British journal of psychiatry, n 5, vol 187, 2005
EDITORIALS:
Autistic-spectrum disorders: lessons from neuroimaging
FIONA TOAL, DECLAN G.M. MURPHY, and KIERAN C. MURPHY 395-397
Mind the gap: service transition and interface problems for patients with eating disorders
JANET TREASURE, ULRIKE SCHMIDT, and PIPPA HUGO 398-400
PAPERS:
Social fragmentation, deprivation and urbanicity: relation to first-admission rates for psychoses
JUDITH ALLARDYCE, HARPER GILMOUR, JACQUELINE ATKINSON, TRACEY RAPSON, JENNIFER
BISHOP, and R. G. McCREADIE 401-406
IQ and mental disorder in young men
ERIK LYKKE MORTENSEN, HOLGER JELLING SØRENSEN, HANS HENRIK JENSEN, JUNE MACHOVER
REINISCH, and SARNOFF A. MEDNICK 407-415
Association between stalking victimisation and psychiatric morbidity in a random community sample
ROSEMARY PURCELL, MICHELE PATHÉ, and PAUL E. MULLEN 416-420
Heroin dependence in an English town: 33-year follow-up
NEHKANT H. (RAJ) RATHOD, W. MARY ADDENBROOKE, and ALAN F. ROSENBACH 421-425
Violent behaviour in schizophrenia: Retrospective study of four independent samples from Prague, 1949 to 2000
JAN VEVERA, ALAN HUBBARD, ARNOST VESELY, and HANA PAPEZOVÁ 426-430
Cognitive style in bipolar disorder
LISA JONES, JAN SCOTT, SAYEED HAQUE, KATHERINE GORDON-SMITH, JESSICA HERON, SIAN
CAESAR, CAROLINE COOPER, LIZ FORTY, SALLY HYDE, LOUISA LYON, JAYNE GREENING, PAK SHAM,
ANNE FARMER, PETER McGUFFIN, IAN JONES, and NICK CRADDOCK 431-437
Processes of disengagement and engagement in assertive outreach patients: qualitative study
STEFAN PRIEBE, JAY WATTS, MIKE CHASE, and ALEKSANDRA MATANOV 438-443
Experience of caring for someone with anorexia nervosa: qualitative study
JENNA WHITNEY, JOANNA MURRAY, KAY GAVAN, GILL TODD, WENDY WHITAKER, and JANET
TREASURE 444-449
Reality orientation therapy combined with cholinesterase inhibitors in Alzheimer’s disease: randomised controlled trial
GRAZIANO ONDER, ORAZIO ZANETTI, EZIO GIACOBINI, GIOVANNI B. FRISONI, LUISA BARTORELLI,
GABRIELE CARBONE, PAOLA LAMBERTUCCI, MARIA CATERINA SILVERI, and ROBERTO BERNABEI
450-455
Internet-based self-help for depression: randomised controlled trial
GERHARD ANDERSSON, JAN BERGSTRÖM, FREDRIK HOLLÄNDARE, PER CARLBRING, VIKTOR
KALDO, and LISA EKSELIUS 456-461
Adherence to guidelines for treatment of depression in in-patients
FRANK SCHNEIDER, MARTIN HÄRTER, SILKE BRAND, PETRA SITTA, RALPH MENKE, URSULA
HAMMER-FILIPIAK, RALF KUDLING, ANDREA HEINDL, KURT HEROLD, ULRICH FROMMBERGER,
OLIVIER ELMER, GÜNTER HETZEL, GABRIELE WITT, MANFRED WOLFERSDORF, MATHIAS BERGER,
and WOLFGANG GAEBEL 462-469
Mortality and suicide after non-fatal self-poisoning: 16-year outcome study
DAVID OWENS, CHRISTOPHER WOOD, DARREN C. GREENWOOD, TOM HUGHES, and MICHAEL DENNIS
470-475
Clustering of suicides among people with mental illness
NIGEL McKENZIE, SABINE LANDAU, NAVNEET KAPUR, JANET MEEHAN, JO ROBINSON, HARRIET
BICKLEY, REBECCA PARSONS, and LOUIS APPLEBY 476-480
SHORT REPORTS:
Structural brain correlates of unconstrained motor activity in people with schizophrenia
TOM F. D. FARROW, MICHAEL D. HUNTER, IAIN D. WILKINSON, RUSSELL D. J. GREEN, and SEAN A.
SPENCE 481-482
Correspondence:
A role for psychedelics in psychiatry? N. Crowley 483
A role for psychedelics in psychiatry? R. Sandison 483
A role for psychedelics in psychiatry? T. Read 483-484
Author’s reply G. Edwards and B. Sessa 484-485
Kraepelinian dichotomy • Authors’ reply V. Murray, N. Craddock, and M. J. Owen 485-486
CBT for refractory symptoms in schizophrenia M. Jayaram and P. Hosalli 486
Olanzapine co-therapy in bipolar disorder P. Hosalli and M. Jayaram 486-487
ECT in depression R. Euba 487
Authors’ reply
G. Kirov, N. Khalid, J. Tredget, A. Kennedy, M. Atkins, M. Wagner, S. Schulze-Rauschenbach, and T. Schlaepfer 487488
Hospital admission rates and diagnosis J. A. Harrison and F. Creed 488-489
Obesity and schizophrenia • Author’s reply C. Thiels and J. H. Thakore 489
Zero tolerance of violence H. Prins 490
One hundred years ago:
The First Belgian Congress of Neurology and Psychiatry Henry Rollin 490
British journal of psychiatry, n 6, vol 187, 2005
EDITORIALS:
Lifetime risk of depression: restricted to a minority or waiting for most? Gavin Andrews, Richie Poulton, and Ingmar
Skoog 495-496
Management of self-harm in adults: which way now? Navneet Kapur 497-499
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Episodic memory-related activation in schizophrenia: meta-analysis
Amélie M. Achim and Martin Lepage 500-509
PAPERS:
Cannabis-induced psychosis and subsequent schizophrenia-spectrum disorders: follow-up study of 535 incident cases
Mikkel Arendt, Raben Rosenberg, Leslie Foldager, Gurli Perto, and Povl Munk-Jørgensen 510-515
Cognitive heterogeneity in first-episode schizophrenia
Eileen M. Joyce, Sam B. Hutton, Stanley H. Mutsatsa, and Thomas R. E. Barnes 516-522
Perception of facial and vocal affect by people with schizophrenia in early and late stages of illness
Katarzyna Kucharska-Pietura, Anthony S. David, Marek Masiak, and Mary L. Phillips 523-528
Measuring outcome priorities and preferences in people with schizophrenia
Robert Rosenheck, Scott Stroup, Richard S. E. Keefe, Joseph McEvoy, Marvin Swartz, Diana Perkins, John Hsiao,
Martha Shumway, and Jeffrey Lieberman 529-536
Course and predictors of weight gain in people with first-episode psychosis treated with olanzapine or haloperidol
Robert B. Zipursky, Hongbin Gu, Alan I. Green, Diana O. Perkins, Mauricio F. Tohen, Joseph P. McEvoy, Stephen M.
Strakowski, Tonmoy Sharma, René S. Kahn, Raquel E. Gur, Gary D. Tollefson, Jeffrey A. Lieberman on behalf of the
HGDH Study Group 537-543
Alcohol consumption as a risk factor for anxiety and depression: Results from the longitudinal follow-up of the
National Psychiatric Morbidity Survey
Jonathan C. Haynes, Michael Farrell, Nicola Singleton, Howard Meltzer, Ricardo Araya, Glyn Lewis, and Nicola J.
Wiles 544-551
Mortality in individuals who have had psychiatric treatment: Population-based study in Nova Scotia
Stephen Kisely, Mark Smith, David Lawrence, and Sarah Maaten 552-558
Cost-effectiveness of clinical interventions for reducing the global burden of bipolar disorder
Dan Chisholm, Mark van Ommeren, Jose-Luis Ayuso-Mateos, and Shekhar Saxena 559-567
Measuring autistic traits: heritability, reliability and validity of the Social and Communication Disorders Checklist
David H. Skuse, William P. L. Mandy, and Jane Scourfield 568-572
Instability of eating disorder diagnoses: prospective study
Gabriella Milos, Anja Spindler, Ulrich Schnyder, and Christopher G. Fairburn 573-578
Safety of women in mixed-sex and single-sex medium secure units: staff and patient perceptions
Gillian Mezey, Yonette Hassell, and Annie Bartlett
579-582
SHORT REPORTS:
Epidemiology of intentional self-poisoning in rural Sri Lanka
Michael Eddleston, David Gunnell, Ayanthi Karunaratne, Dhammika de Silva, M. H. Rezvi Sheriff, and Nick A.
Buckley 583-584
Validity of the construct of post-traumatic stress disorder in a low-income country: Interview study of women in
Gujarat, India
Khyati Mehta, Ganpat Vankar, and Vikram Patel 585-586
Correspondence:
Zero tolerance of violence • Authors’ reply S. Wilson, G. M. Behr, J. P. Ruddock, and M. J. Crawford 587
Domestic violence and female mental health in developing countries K. A. L. A. Kuruppuarachchi and L. T. Wijeratne
587-588
Epidemiological approach to predicting psychiatric risk in the military • Author’s reply S. Vetter and S. Wessely 588589
Is gestational week at birth a predictor of schizophrenia? • Authors’ reply K.-i. Shukunami, K. Nishijima, M.
Shukunami, F. Kotsuji, M. Isohanni, and K. Moilanen 589
Stigmatisation of people with schizophrenia in Japan • Authors’ reply N. Takei, S. Takagai, N. Mori, S. Lee, A. Tsang,
and A. Kleinman 589-590
One hundred years ago: Criminality in the feeble minded Henry Rollin 590-591
British journal of psychiatry, n 1, vol 188, 2006
EDITORIALS:
Progress in the treatment of borderline personality disorder PETER FONAGY and ANTHONY BATEMAN 1-3
Prison medicine: ethics and equivalence LUKE BIRMINGHAM, SIMON WILSON, and GWEN ADSHEAD 4-6
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Personality disorder and the outcome of depression: meta-analysis of published studies
GILES NEWTON-HOWES, PETER TYRER, and TONY JOHNSON 13-20
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
An ethical framework for psychiatry
SIDNEY BLOCH and STEPHEN A. GREEN 7-12
PAPERS:
Genetic variation of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) in bipolar disorder: Case-control study of over 3000
individuals from the UK
ELAINE K. GREEN, RACHEL RAYBOULD, STUART MACGREGOR, SALLY HYDE, ALLAN H. YOUNG,
MICHAEL C. O'DONOVAN, MICHAEL J. OWEN, GEORGE KIROV, LISA JONES, IAN JONES, and NICK
CRADDOCK 21-25
Anomalies of asymmetry of pyramidal cell density and structure in dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in schizophrenia
THOMAS J. CULLEN, MARY A. WALKER, SHARON L. EASTWOOD, MARGARET M. ESIRI, PAUL J.
HARRISON, and TIMOTHY J. CROW 26-31
Obstetric variables associated with bipolar affective puerperal psychosis
EMMA ROBERTSON BLACKMORE, IAN JONES, MONICA DOSHI, SAYEED HAQUE, ROGER HOLDER, IAN
BROCKINGTON, and NICK CRADDOCK 32-36
Specialised care for early psychosis: symptoms, social functioning and patient satisfaction: Randomised controlled
trial
PHILIPPA A. GARETY, TOM K. J. CRAIG, GRAHAM DUNN, MIRIAM FORNELLS-AMBROJO, SUSANNAH
COLBERT, NIKOLA RAHAMAN, JASON READ, and PADDY POWER 37-45
Efficacy of ethyl-eicosapentaenoic acid in bipolar depression: randomised double-blind placebo-controlled study
SOPHIA FRANGOU, MICHAEL LEWIS, and PAUL McCRONE 46-50
Rural/non-rural differences in rates of common mental disorders in Britain: Prospective multilevel cohort study
SCOTT WEICH, LIZ TWIGG, and GLYN LEWIS 51-57
Impact of immigration detention and temporary protection on the mental health of refugees
ZACHARY STEEL, DERRICK SILOVE, ROBERT BROOKS, SHAKEH MOMARTIN, BUSHRA ALZUHAIRI, and
INA SUSLJIK 58-64
Natural history of depression in the oldest old: Population-based prospective study
MAX L. STEK, DAVID J. VINKERS, JACOBIJN GUSSEKLOO, ROOS C. VAN DER MAST, AARTJAN T. F.
BEEKMAN, and RUDI G. J. WESTENDORP 65-69
Men with severe learning disabilities and challenging behaviour in long-stay hospital care: Qualitative study
JANE HUBERT and SHEILA HOLLINS 70-74
Mental health, burnout and job satisfaction among mental health social workers in England and Wales
SHERRILL EVANS, PETER HUXLEY, CLAIRE GATELY, MARTIN WEBBER, ALEX MEARS, SARAH PAJAK,
JIBBY MEDINA, TIM KENDALL, and CORNELIUS KATONA 75-80
SHORT REPORTS:
The 10/90 divide in mental health research: trends over a 10-year period
SHEKHAR SAXENA, GUILLERMO PARAJE, PRATAP SHARAN, GHASSAN KARAM, and RITU SADANA 8182
Correspondence:
Going to war always hurts • Authors' reply: P. Lepping, J. Hacker Hughes, S. Wessely, F. Cameron, R. Eldridge, and
M. Devon 83
Traumatic events v. life events: does it really matter? M. Ben-Ezra and D. Aluf 83-84
Post-partum depression • Authors' reply: P. S. Chandra, P. Sudhir, J. Evans, J. Heron, G. Lewis, R. Araya, and D.
Wolke 84-85
Hypertension and depression in late life R. Stewart 85
Detection of depression in elderly care home residents A. Thompsell 85
Suicide in India S. D. Manoranjitham, R. Jayakaran, and K. S. Jacob 86
Metabolic syndrome and schizophrenia • Author's reply: G. P. Reynolds and J. H. Thakore 86-87
CBT for treatment-resistant schizophrenia N. Kar and R. Dasi 87
Personality subtypes and cognitive impairment in anorexia nervosa • Authors' reply: A. J. Macdonald, H. ThompsonBrenner, and D. Westen 87-88
Psychedelics in psychiatry • Author's reply: D. Arnone, F. Schifano, and B. Sessa 88-89
Biology and stigma T. B. Benning, M. O'Leary, E. A. Avevor, and E. D. Avevor 89
One hundred years ago: Asylum reports 90
Reading about: Psychosomatic pain Stephen Tyrer 91-93
British journal of psychiatry, n 2, vol 188, 2006
EDITORIALS:
Two-week delay in onset of action of antidepressants: new evidence ALEX J. MITCHELL 105-106
The future of cognitive–behavioural therapy for psychosis: not a quasi-neuroleptic MAX BIRCHWOOD and PETER
TROWER 107-108
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Complementary medicines in psychiatry: Review of effectiveness and safety
URSULA WERNEKE, TREVOR TURNER, and STEFAN PRIEBE 109-121
PAPERS:
Schizophrenia, neuroleptic medication and mortality
MATTI JOUKAMAA, MARKKU HELIÖVAARA, PAUL KNEKT, ARPO AROMAA, RAIMO RAITASALO, and
VILLE LEHTINEN 122-127
Neuroleptics and mortality: a 50-year cycle: Invited commentary on.. .Schizophrenia, neuroleptic medication and
mortality
DAVID HEALY 128
Suicide in mental health in-patients and within 3 months of discharge: National clinical survey
JANET MEEHAN, NAVNEET KAPUR, ISABELLE M. HUNT, PAULINE TURNBULL, JO ROBINSON,
HARRIET BICKLEY, REBECCA PARSONS, SANDRA FLYNN, JAMES BURNS, TIM AMOS, JENNY SHAW,
and LOUIS APPLEBY 129-134
Suicide within 12 months of mental health service contact in different age and diagnostic groups: National clinical
survey
ISABELLE M. HUNT, NAVNEET KAPUR, JO ROBINSON, JENNY SHAW, SANDRA FLYNN, HAYLEY
BAILEY, JANET MEEHAN, HARRIET BICKLEY, JAMES BURNS, LOUIS APPLEBY, and REBECCA PARSONS
135-142
Rates of mental disorder in people convicted of homicide: National clinical survey
Jenny Shaw, Isabelle M. Hunt, Sandra Flynn, Janet Meehan, Jo Robinson, Harriet Bickley, Rebecca Parsons, Kerry
McCann, James Burns, Tim Amos, Navneet Kapur, and Louis Appleby 143-147
Cannabis use and mental health in secondary school children: Findings from a Dutch survey
KARIN MONSHOUWER, SASKIA VAN DORSSELAER, JACQUELINE VERDURMEN, TOM TER BOGT, RON
DE GRAAF, and WILMA VOLLEBERGH 148-153
Trauma exposure in pre-school children in a war zone
ABEL AZIZ MOUSA THABET, KHALID KARIM, and PANOS VOSTANIS 154-158
Psychiatric morbidity among sentenced prisoners: prevalence study in Iran
SEYED MOHAMMAD ASSADI, MARYAM NOROOZIAN, MAHDI PAKRAVANNEJAD, OMID
YAHYAZADEH, SHAHROKH AGHAYAN, SEYED VAHID SHARIAT, and SEENA FAZEL 159-164
Psychological impact of stillbirth on fathers in the subsequent pregnancy and puerperium
PENELOPE TURTON, WILLIAM BADENHORST, PATRICIA HUGHES, JULIA WARD, SAMANTHA RICHES,
and SARAH WHITE 165-172
Influence of carer expressed emotion and affect on relapse in non-affective psychosis
E. KUIPERS, P. BEBBINGTON, G. DUNN, D. FOWLER, D. FREEMAN, P. WATSON, A. HARDY, and P.
GARETY 173-179
Brain white-matter hyperintensities and treatment outcome in major depressive disorder
DAN V. IOSIFESCU, PERRY F. RENSHAW, IN KYOON LYOO, HO KYU LEE, ROY H. PERLIS, GEORGE I.
PAPAKOSTAS, ANDREW A. NIERENBERG, and MAURIZIO FAVA 180-185
SHORT REPORTS:
Intellectual asymmetry and genetic liability in first-degree relatives of probands with schizophrenia
EUGENIA KRAVARITI, TIMOTHEA TOULOPOULOU, FRANCESCA MAPUA-FILBEY, KATJA SCHULZE,
MURIEL WALSHE, PAK SHAM, ROBIN M. MURRAY, and COLM McDONALD 186-187
Long-term outcome of two forms of randomised benzodiazepine discontinuation
R. C. OUDE VOSHAAR, W. J. M. J. GORGELS, A. J. J. MOL, A. J. L. M. VAN BALKOM, J. MULDER, E. H. VAN
DE LISDONK, M. H. M. BRETELER, and F.G. ZITMAN 188-189
Correspondence:
Devaluation of PTSD J. N. Scott 190
Time for a broad phenotype in schizophrenia? J. Sanjuan, E. J. Aguilar, and R. de Frutos 190
Cancer and schizophrenia I. Levav, A. Ponizovsky, and A. Grinshpoon 191
Authors’ reply M. J. Goldacre, L. M. Kurina, C. J. Wotton, D. Yeates, and V. Seagroatt 191
Schizophrenia, weight gain and atypical antipsychotics S. Brown 191-192
Akathisia as a risk factor for suicide L. Hansen and D. Kingdom 192
Brief psychotherapy for Alzheimer’s disease D. White 192
Author’s reply A. Burns 192-193
Call for a European Guidelines Institute S. Leucht, M. Stiegler, C. Rummel, K. Wahlbeck, and W. Kissling 193
Authors’ reply W. Gaebel and S. Weinmann 193
One hundred years ago: Scotland. Baldovan Asylum for Imbecile Children Henry Rollin 194
British journal of psychiatry, n 1, vol 188, 2006
EDITORIALS:
Stressful life events, 5-HTT genotype and risk of depression STANLEY ZAMMIT and MICHAEL J. OWEN 199-201
Painful symptoms in depression: under-recognised and under-treated? ROBERT PEVELER, CORNELIUS KATONA,
SIMON WESSELY, and CHRISTOPHER DOWRICK 202-203
REVIEW ARTICLES:
La belle indifférence in conversion symptoms and hysteria: Systematic review
JON STONE, ROGER SMYTH, ALAN CARSON, CHARLES WARLOW, and MICHAEL SHARPE 204-209
Life events, first depression onset and the serotonin transporter gene
KAY WILHELM, PHILIP B. MITCHELL, HEATHER NIVEN, ADAM FINCH, LUCINDA WEDGWOOD, ANNA
SCIMONE, IAN P. BLAIR, GORDON PARKER, and PETER R. SCHOFIELD 210-215
Longitudinal investigation into childhood- and adolescence-onset depression: psychiatric outcome in early adulthood
VALERIE DUNN and IAN M. GOODYER 216-222
Lifetime suicide rates in treated schizophrenia: 1875–1924 and 1994–1998 cohorts compared
D. HEALY, M. HARRIS, R. TRANTER, P. GUTTING, R. AUSTIN, G. JONES-EDWARDS, and A. P. ROBERTS
223-228
Suicide now and then... an elusive comparison: Invited commentary on.. .Lifetime suicide rates in treated
schizophrenia: 1875–1924 and 1994–1998 cohorts compared
TREVOR TURNER 229-230
Alcohol consumption and suicide among middle-aged men in Japan
TATSUO AKECHI, MOTOKI IWASAKI, YOSUKE UCHITOMI, SHOICHIRO TSUGANE JPHC Study Group 231236
Comorbid substance use and age at onset of schizophrenia
THOMAS R. E. BARNES, STANLEY H. MUTSATSA, SAM B. HUTTON, HILARY C. WATT, and EILEEN M.
JOYCE 237-242
Effectiveness and costs of acute day hospital treatment compared with conventional in-patient care: Randomised
controlled trial
STEFAN PRIEBE, GEMMA JONES, ROSEMARIE McCABE, JANE BRISCOE, DONNA WRIGHT, MICHELLE
SLEED, and JENNIFER BEECHAM 243-249
Influence of age on outcome of psychological treatments in first-episode psychosis
GILLIAN HADDOCK, SHÔN LEWIS, RICHARD BENTALL, GRAHAM DUNN, RICHARD DRAKE, and
NICHOLAS TARRIER 250-254
Rechallenge with clozapine following leucopenia or neutropenia during previous therapy
LOUISA R. DUNK, LINDA J. ANNAN, and CHRISTOPHER D. ANDREWS 255-263
Violence in women with psychosis in the community: prospective study
KIMBERLIE DEAN, ELIZABETH WALSH, PAUL MORAN, PETER TYRER, FRANCIS CREED, SARAH
BYFORD, TOM BURNS, ROBIN MURRAY, and TOM FAHY 264-270
Risk for coronary heart disease in people with severe mental illness: Cross-sectional comparative study in primary care
DAVID P. J. OSBORN, IRWIN NAZARETH, and MICHAEL B. KING 271-277
Inconsistency in reporting potentially traumatic events
URS HEPP, ALEX GAMMA, GABRIELLA MILOS, DOMINIQUE EICH, VLADETA AJDACIC-GROSS, WULF
RÖSSLER, JULES ANGST, and ULRICH SCHNYDER 278-283
SHORT REPORTS:
Maternal psychological morbidity and low birth weight in India
VIKRAM PATEL and MARTIN PRINCE 284-285
Effect of a structured educational intervention on explanatory models of relatives of patients with schizophrenia:
Randomised controlled trial
S. DAS, B. SARAVANAN, K. P. KARUNAKARAN, S. MANORANJITHAM, P. EZHILARASU, and K. S. JACOB
286-287
Impact of psychiatric disturbance on identifying psychiatric disorder in relatives: study of mothers and daughters
HELEN F. COELHO, PETER J. COOPER, and LYNNE MURRAY 288-289
Correspondence:
War and psychological health H. P. Jhingan 290
Authors’ reply J. G. H. Hacker Hughes, F. Cameron, R. Eldridge, M. Devon, N. Greenberg, and S. Wessely 290-291
Authors’ reply S. S. L. Mol, A. Arntz, J. F. M. Metsemakers, G.-J. Dinant, P. A. P. Vilters-van Monfort, and J. A.
Knottnerus 291
Patient-rated unmet needs and quality of life improvement D. McQueen and P. St John-Smith 291
Authors’ reply M. Slade, M. Leese, G. Thornicroft, and E. Kuipers 291-292
Abstinence-oriented treatment for opiate addiction G. Critchlow and H. Nadeem 292
Author’s reply B. P. Smyth 292-293
Diagnostic stability and status of acute and transient psychotic disorders P. Thangadurai, R. Gopalakrishnan, S. Kurian,
and K. S. Jacob 293
White matter in liars M. J. P. Kruesi and M. F. Casanova 293-294
Authors’ reply Y. Yang and A. Raine 294
Financial support and conflict of interest A. J. D. Macdonald 294
Editor’s reply Peter Tyrer 294-295
One hundred years ago:
Fragment of the History of a Case of Hysteria. [Bruchstück einer Hysterie-Analyse]. (Monatsschr. f. Psychiatrie u.
Neurolog., Bd. xviii, Heft. 4, 1905.) Freud, S. Henry Rollin 295
British journal of psychiatry, n 4, vol 188, 2006
EDITORIALS:
Psychiatric drug promotion and the politics of neoliberalism JOANNA MONCRIEFF 301-302
Patient preference randomised controlled trials in mental health research LOUISE HOWARD and GRAHAM
THORNICROFT 303-304
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Psychotherapy plus antidepressant for panic disorder with or without agoraphobia: Systematic review
TOSHI A. FURUKAWA, NORIO WATANABE, and RACHEL CHURCHILL 305-312
PAPERS:
Cognitive–behavioural therapy for severe and recurrent bipolar disorders: Randomised controlled trial
JAN SCOTT, EUGENE PAYKEL, RICHARD MORRISS, RICHARD BENTALL, PETER KINDERMAN, TONY
JOHNSON, ROSEMARY ABBOTT, and HAZEL HAYHURST 313-320
What can we conclude from studies on psychotherapy in bipolar disorder?: Invited commentary on.. .Cognitive–
behavioural therapy for severe and recurrent bipolar disorders
DOMINIC LAM 321-322
Cost-utility of brief psychological treatment for depression and anxiety
LEONA HAKKAART-VAN ROIJEN, ANNEMIEKE VAN STRATEN, MAIWENN AL, FRANS RUTTEN, and
MARIANNE DONKER 323-329
Cost-effectiveness of preventing depression in primary care patients: Randomised trial
FILIP SMIT, GODELIEF WILLEMSE, MARC KOOPMANSCHAP, SIMONE ONRUST, PIM CUIJPERS, and
AARTJAN BEEKMAN 330-336
Cost-effectiveness and cost-utility of tricyclic antidepressants, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and lofepramine:
Randomised controlled trial
TONY KENDRICK, ROBERT PEVELER, LOUISE LONGWORTH, DAVID BALDWIN, MICHAEL MOORE,
JUDY CHATWIN, ANDREW THORNETT, JONATHAN GODDARD, MICHAEL CAMPBELL, HELEN SMITH,
MARTIN BUXTON, and CHRISTOPHER THOMPSON 337-345
Duloxetine in the prevention of relapse of major depressive disorder: Double-blind placebo-controlled study
DAVID G. PERAHIA, INMACULADA GILABERTE, FUJUN WANG, CURTIS G. WILTSE, STACY A.
HUCKINS, JEFFREY W. CLEMENS, STUART A. MONTGOMERY, ANGEL L. MONTEJO, and MICHAEL J.
DETKE 346-353
Relationship between antidepressant sales and secular trends in suicide rates in the Nordic countries
SVEIN RESELAND, ISABELLE BRAY, and DAVID GUNNELL 354-358
Depressive symptoms in urban population samples in Russia, Poland and the Czech Republic
MARTIN BOBAK, HYNEK PIKHART, ANDRZEJ PAJAK, RUZENA KUBINOVA, SOFIA MALYUTINA,
HELEN SEBAKOVA, ROMAN TOPOR-MADRY, YURI NIKITIN, and MICHAEL MARMOT 359-365
Neuropsychological dysfunction, soft neurological signs and social disability in euthymic patients with bipolar
disorder
UTPAL GOSWAMI, ADITYA SHARMA, UDAYAN KHASTIGIR, IAN NICOL FERRIER, ALLAN H. YOUNG,
PETER GALLAGHER, JILL M. THOMPSON, and P.BRIAN MOORE 366-373
Personality and substance use disorders in young adults
PAUL MORAN, CAROLYN COFFEY, ANTHONY MANN, JOHN B. CARLIN, and GEORGE C. PATTON 374-379
Ethnic differences among patients in high-security psychiatric hospitals in England
MORVEN LEESE, GRAHAM THORNICROFT, JENNY SHAW, STUART THOMAS, RAJESH MOHAN, MARI
ANNE HARTY, and MAIREAD DOLAN 380-385
Emergency psychiatry, compulsory admissions and clinical presentation among immigrants to The Netherlands
CORNELIS L. MULDER, GERRIT T. KOOPMANS, and JEAN-PAUL SELTEN 386-391
Correspondence:
The Kraepelinian dichotomy P. Sharan and R. Bharadwaj 392
Authors’ reply C. McDonald, E. Bullmore, and R. Murray 392-393
Social defeat and schizophrenia J. S. Price 393
Social defeat and schizophrenia C. Cantor 393-394
Authors’ reply E. Cantor-Graae and J.-P. Selten 394
Schizophrenia, cancer and imprinting: early nutritional influences K. M. Abel, M. P. Allin, and R. L. Jirtle 394
Post-traumatic stress disorder after life events C. de Bruijn and D. Denys 394-395
Authors’ reply S. S. L. Mol, A. Arntz, J. F. M. Metsemakers, G.-J. Dinant, P. A. P. Vilters-van Monfort, and J. A.
Knottnerus 395
Psychiatric comorbidity and chronic fatigue syndrome B. Van Houdenhove 395
Authors’ reply J. Prins and G. Bleijenberg 396
Not all women fancy single-sex wards V. Pemmaraju, S. George, and F. Oyebode 396
Not all women fancy single-sex wards R. F. Travers, P. Holdsworth, and D. Edge 396
One hundred years ago:
Asylum Workers’ Association Henry Rollin 397
British journal of psychiatry, n 5, vol 188, 2006
EDITORIALS:
Delivering medical care for patients with serious mental illness or promoting a collaborative model of recovery?
HELEN LESTER and LINDA GASK 401-402
Stalking of mental health professionals: an underrecognised problem RONAN J. McIVOR and EDWARD PETCH
403-404
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Pharmacological treatment for unipolar psychotic depression: Systematic review and meta-analysis
JAAP WIJKSTRA, JEROEN LIJMER, FERDI J. BALK, JOHN R. GEDDES, and WILLEM A. NOLEN 410-415
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Euthanasia: the role of the psychiatrist
KRIS NAUDTS, CAROLINE DUCATELLE, JOZSEF KOVACS, KRISTIN LAURENS, FREDERIQUE VAN DEN
EYNDE, and CORNELIS VAN HEERINGEN 405-409
PAPERS:
Effect of month of birth on the risk of suicide
EMAD SALIB and MARIO CORTINA-BORJA 416-422
Prevalence and correlates of personality disorder in Great Britain
JEREMY COID, MIN YANG, PETER TYRER, AMANDA ROBERTS, and SIMONE ULLRICH 423-431
Agoraphobia in adults: incidence and longitudinal relationship with panic
O. JOSEPH BIENVENU, CHIADI U. ONYIKE, MURRAY B. STEIN, LI-SHIUN CHEN, JACK SAMUELS,
GERALD NESTADT, and WILLIAM W. EATON 432-438
Cognitive–behavioural therapy for substance use disorders in people with psychotic disorders: Randomised controlled
trial
AMANDA BAKER, SANDRA BUCCI, TERRY J. LEWIN, FRANCES KAY-LAMBKIN, PAUL M. CONSTABLE,
and VAUGHAN J. CARR 439-448
Antidepressant therapy and C-reactive protein levels
SINEAD M. O’BRIEN, LUCINDA V. SCOTT, and TIMOTHY G. DINAN 449-452
Military deployment to the Gulf War as a risk factor for psychiatric illness among US troops
NANCY FIEDLER, GOZDE OZAKINCI, WILLIAM HALLMAN, DANIEL WARTENBERG, NOEL T. BREWER,
DRUE H. BARRETT, and HOWARD M. KIPEN 453-459
Quality of life of people with dementia in residential care homes
J. HOE, G. HANCOCK, G. LIVINGSTON, and M. ORRELL 460-464
Lifetime and 12-month prevalence of mental disorders in the Nigerian Survey of Mental Health and Well-Being
OYE GUREJE, VICTOR O. LASEBIKAN, LOLA KOLA, and VICTOR A. MAKANJUOLA 465-471
Quantifying the contributions of three types of information to the prediction of criminal conviction using the receiver
operating characteristic
ALEC BUCHANAN and MORVEN LEESE 472-478
Accuracy and utility of post-conviction polygraph testing of sex offenders
DON GRUBIN and LARS MADSEN 479-483
SHORT REPORTS:
Grey-matter abnormalities in boys with Tourette syndrome: magnetic resonance imaging study using optimised voxelbased morphometry
ANDREA G. LUDOLPH, FREIMUT D. JUENGLING, GERHARD LIBAL, ALBERT C. LUDOLPH, JÖRG M.
FEGERT, and JAN KASSUBEK 484-485
Views of child psychiatrists on physical contact with patients
AILEEN BLOWER, RODDY LANDER, ANNA CRAWFORD, RUTH ELLIOT, CLARE McNULTY,
CHRISTOPHER HOLMES, PAVAN SRIREDDY, MICHELLE MULCAHY, and HELEN MINNIS 486-487
Correspondence:
Cognitive–behavioural therapy for bipolar disorder J. Scott, E. Paykel, R. Morriss, R. Bentall, P. Kinderman, T.
Johnson, R. Abbott, and H. Hayhurst 488-489
Trial of risperidone in India – concerns S. Srinivasan, S. A. Pai, A. Bhan, A. Jesani, and G. Thomas 489
Trial of risperidone in India – concerns A. Murtagh and K. C. Murphy 489
Trial of risperidone in India – concerns B. Basil, B. Adetunji, M. Mathews, and K. Budur 489-490
Authors’ reply S. Khanna, E. Vieta, B. Lyons, F. Grossman, M. Kramer, and M. Eerdekens 490-491
Editor’s reply P. Tyrer 491-492
Antiparkinsonian prescription and extrapyramidal symptoms S. Grover and P. Kulhara 492
Authors’ reply S. Park, D. Ross-Degnan, A. S. Adams, J. Sabin, P. Kanavos, and S. B. Soumerai 492-493
Treatment of borderline personality disorder D. Mountain 493
Authors’ reply P. Fonagy and A. Bateman 493-494
Neurobehavioural characteristics and relapse in addiction H. Bowden-Jones, M. McPhillips, and E. M. Joyce 494
Authors’ reply G. Dom, B. Sabbe, W. Hulstijn, and W. van den Brink 494
One hundred years ago:
Reviews – The expression of emotions in disease Henry Rollin 495
British journal of psychiatry, n 6, vol 188, 2006
EDITORIALS:
Chromosomal abnormalities and psychosis
WALTER J. MUIR, BENJAMIN S. PICKARD, and DOUGLAS H. R. BLACKWOOD 501-503
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Brain volume in first-episode schizophrenia: Systematic review and meta-analysis of magnetic resonance imaging
studies
R. GRANT STEEN, COURTNEY MULL, ROBERT MCCLURE, ROBERT M. HAMER, and JEFFREY A.
LIEBERMAN 510-518
SPECIAL ARTICLES:
Fusion of mental health and incapacity legislation
JOHN DAWSON and GEORGE SZMUKLER 504-509
PAPERS:
Self-reported psychotic symptoms in the general population: Results from the longitudinal study of the British
National Psychiatric Morbidity Survey
NICOLA J. WILES, STANLEY ZAMMIT, PAUL BEBBINGTON, NICOLA SINGLETON, HOWARD MELTZER,
and GLYN LEWIS 519-526
Impact of psychological trauma on the development of psychotic symptoms: relationship with psychosis proneness
JANNEKE SPAUWEN, LYDIA KRABBENDAM, ROSELIND LIEB, HANS-ULRICH WITTCHEN, and JIM VAN
OS 527-533
Mental health needs of young offenders in custody and in the community
PRATHIBA CHITSABESAN, LEO KROLL, SUE BAILEY, CASSANDRA KENNING, STEPHANIE SNEIDER,
WENDY MacDONALD, and LOUISE THEODOSIOU 534-540
Mental health provision for young offenders: service use and cost
BARBARA BARRETT, SARAH BYFORD, PRATHIBA CHITSABESAN, and CASSANDRA KENNING 541-546
Economic cost of severe antisocial behaviour in children – and who pays it
RENEE ROMEO, MARTIN KNAPP, and STEPHEN SCOTT 547-553
Hospital morbidity and alcohol consumption in less severe psychiatric disorder: 7-year outcomes
ROBERT J. TAIT and GARY K. HULSE 554-559
Depression in Irish migrants living in London: case–control study
LOUISE RYAN, GERARD LEAVEY, ANNE GOLDEN, ROBERT BLIZARD, and MICHAEL KING 560-566
Group interpersonal psychotherapy for depression in rural Uganda: 6-month outcomes: Randomised controlled trial
JUDITH BASS, RICHARD NEUGEBAUER, KATHLEEN F. CLOUGHERTY, HELEN VERDELI, PRIYA
WICKRAMARATNE, LINCOLN NDOGONI, LIESBETH SPEELMAN, MYRNA WEISSMAN, and PAUL
BOLTON 567-573
Cognitive stimulation therapy for people with dementia: cost-effectiveness analysis
MARTIN KNAPP, LENE THORGRIMSEN, ANITA PATEL, AIMEE SPECTOR, ANGELA HALLAM, BOB
WOODS, and MARTIN ORRELL 574-580
SHORT REPORTS:
Socio-economic deprivation and duration of hospital stay in severe mental disorder
MELANIE AMNA ABAS, JANE VANDERPYL, ELIZABETH ROBINSON, TRIX LE PROU, and PETER
CRAMPTON 581-582
Use of a routine mental health measure in an adolescent secure unit
PETER YATES, TAMI KRAMER, and M. ELENA GARRALDA 583-584
Correspondence:
Borderline personality disorder D. Ashman and R. Haigh 585
Authors’ reply P. Fonagy and A. Bateman 585-586
Psychological morbidity during pregnancy and low birth weight N. Maric, M. Jasovic-Gasic, and D. Britvic 586
‘Delay’ hypothesis of onset of antidepressant action M. M. Katz, A. Frazer, and C. L. Bowden 586
Author’s reply A. J. Mitchell 587
Psychotropic complementary medicines K. R. Alper and S. D. Glick 587
Author’s reply U. Werneke 587-588
One hundred years ago:
The Medico-Psychological Association of Great Britain and Ireland 588
British journal of psychiatry, n 1, vol 189, 2006
EDITORIALS:
Beyond the Kraepelinian dichotomy: acute and transient psychotic disorders and the necessity for clinical
differentiation Andreas Marneros 1-2
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Exposure to obstetric complications and subsequent development of bipolar disorder: Systematic review
Jan Scott, Yvonne McNeill, Jonathan Cavanagh, Mary Cannon, and Robin Murray 3-11
PAPERS:
Violence and psychiatric morbidity in the national household population of Britain: public health implications
Jeremy Coid, Min Yang, Amanda Roberts, Simone Ullrich, Paul Moran, Paul Bebbington, Traolach Brugha, Rachel
Jenkins, Michael Farrell, Glyn Lewis, and Nicola Singleton 12-19
Prospective 12-month course of bipolar disorder in out-patients with and without comorbid anxiety disorders
M. W. Otto, N. M. Simon, S. R. Wisniewski, D. J. Miklowitz, J. N. Kogan, N. A. Reilly-Harrington, E. Frank, A. A.
Nierenberg, L. B. Marangell, K. Sagduyu, R. D. Weiss, S. Miyahara, M. E. Thas, G. S. Sachs, M. H. Pollack the Step–
Bd Investigators 20-25
Vascular risk factors and incident late-life depression in a Korean population
Jae-Min Kim, Robert Stewart, Sung-Wan Kim, Su-Jin Yang, Il-Seon Shin, and Jin-Sang Yoon 26-30
Premorbid functioning and treatment response in recent-onset schizophrenia
Jonathan Rabinowitz, Philip D. Harvey, Marielle Eerdekens, and Michael Davidson 31-35
Outcomes of an effectiveness trial of cognitive-behavioural intervention by mental health nurses in schizophrenia
Douglas Turkington, David Kingdon, Shanaya Rathod, Katie Hammond, Jeremy Pelton, and Raj Mehta 36-40
Effects of a mutual support group for families of Chinese people with schizophrenia: 18-month follow-up
Wai-Tong Chien, Sally W. C. Chan, and David R. Thompson 41-49
Cost-effectiveness of referral for generic care or problem-solving treatment from community mental health nurses,
compared with usual general practitioner care for common mental disorders: Randomised controlled trial
T. Kendrick, L. Simons, L. Mynors-Wallis, A. Gray, J. Lathlean, R. Pickering, S. Harris, O. Rivero-Arias, K. Gerard,
and C. Thompson 50-59
Comparison of brief dynamic and cognitive-behavioural therapies in avoidant personality disorder
Paul M. G. Emmelkamp, Ank Benner, Antoinette Kuipers, Guus A. Feiertag, Harrie C. Koster, and Franske J. van
Apeldoorn 60-64
Generalisability of the individual placement and support model of supported employment: results of a Canadian
randomised controlled trial
Eric A. Latimer, Tania Lecomte, Deborah R. Becker, Robert E. Drake, Isabelle Duclos, Myra Piat, Nicole Lahaie,
Marie-Sylvie St-Pierre, Claude Therrien, and Haiyi Xie 65-73
Experiences and expectations of refugee doctors: Qualitative study
S. Cohn, J. Alenya, K. Murray, D. Bhugra, J. De Guzman, and U. Schmidt 74-78
SHORT REPORTS:
Duration of untreated symptoms in common mental disorders: association with outcomes: International study
Stephen Kisely, Anita Scott, Jennifer Denney, and Gregory Simon 79-80
Magnetic resonance imaging abnormalities in young euthymic patients with bipolar affective disorder
Selim M. El-Badri, David A. Cousins, Sean Parker, Heather C. Ashton, Victor L. McAllister, I. Nicol Ferrier, and P.
Brian Moore 81-82
Correspondence:
Ethical framework in clinical psychiatry C. C. H. Cook 83
Ethical framework in clinical psychiatry L. Culliford 83
Ethical framework in clinical psychiatry A. Rudnick 83-84
Ethical framework in clinical psychiatry J. Bruce 84
Job satisfaction of mental health social workers N. Kader 84
Authors' reply S. Evans and P. Huxley 84-85
Psychological factors in bipolar disorder P. Biswas and S. Chakrabarti 85
Authors' reply L. Jones, J. Scott, I. Jones, and N. Craddock 85-86
What is pathological lying? C. Dike, M. Baranoski, and E. E. H. Griffith 86
Authors' reply Y. Yang and A. Raine 86
One hundred years ago:
An Address on the Hospital Treatment of Curable Cases of Mental Disorder Henry Rollin 87
°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°
Le Carnet psy, no 100, 2005
Dix ans déjà !
Marie-Frédérique Bacqué, Alain Braconnier, Pierre Delion, Bernard Golse, Manuelle Missonnier, Daniel Widlöcher
Bloc-notes
Notes de lectures
Les sexes indifférents sous la direction de Jacques André par Mi-Kyung Yi
Enjeux de l’adoption tardive de Ombline Ozoux-Teffaine par Elsa Schmid-Kitsikis
La passion dans l’amitié de Danièle Brun par Alain Vanier
Colloques
Traumatisme et périnatalité. 8es Journées d’Études de l’AFREE, 13-14 janvier 2004. par Pascale Rossigneux-Delage
À propos du film “Mon petit doigt m’a dit” par Sophie de Mijolla-Mellor
Psychanalyse et sexualité aujourd’hui
Colette Chiland Introduction
Florence Guignard Questions pour les psychanalystes d’aujourd’hui et de demain
Jacqueline Schaeffer 100 ans après les “Trois Essais”, que reste-t-il des trois scandales ?
Paul Denis Un aspect de la sexualité infantile à la période de latence
Alain Braconnier Adolescentes – Adolescents Réflexions sur leur vie sexuelle aujourd’hui
Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel Le « Queer »
Philippe Brenot Sexologie et psychanalyse, une association sulfureuse
Le Carnet psy, no 101, 2005
Notes de lectures
Jouer avec Winnicott de André Green par Jean-François Rabain
Le moment présent en psychothérapie de Daniel N. Stern par Jean-Pierre Visier
La construction adolescente de Serge Lesourd par Marie-Frédérique Bacqué
Les interventions psychologiques dans les organisations sous la direction de Dana Castro par Gilles Lemmel
L’atelier du juge de Laurence Bellon par Pierre Delion
Colloques
Le concept anglo-saxon de neuro-psychanalyse : intérêts et limites, 10 février 2005, Paris par Christelle Le Vacon
Recherches
Les productions vocales du bébé : hyperfréquences et processus d’attachement par Kevin Bailly, Jocelyne Kiss, Valérie
Desjardins, Pr Bernard Golse
Hommage à Suzanne Képès par Philippe Brenot
Hommage à Béla Grunberger par Gérard Bayle, Marie-Frédérique Bacqué, Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel et Augustin
Jeanneau
Le Carnet psy, no 102, 2005
Où va le psychodrame analytique ?
Il y a une quarante ans, rares étaient les pionniers du psychodrame psychanalytique. Les tenants de la cure pure et dure
leur trouvaient un doux parfum de séduction, masque de celui du soufre et de la perte d’âme. De nos jours, le soupçon
porte sur la crainte de l’infiltration de l’acting de parole dans la cure. Le psychodrame analytique s’est répandu et cela à
un point tel que dans une tentative de recension l’association Figures psychodramatiques, éditrice d’un annuaire ad hoc,
a dû renoncer à toute exhaustivité.
Pourtant, un regroupement se fait, par affinités analytiques dans la reconnaissance mutuelle de cette authenticité
analytique qui permet de prendre le risque de traiter des patients border line ou psychotiques : ceux pour lesquels une
cure de divan serait une aventure trop longue ou vaine, voire dangereuse. Patients de tous âges pris par le manque à être
et la désubjectivation dans un vécu douloureux de malaise peu défini. La désymbolisation les habite.
Le psychodrame analytique fait appel au groupe, au corps et au jeu pour donner conflictuellement et
transférentiellement le statut de représentation à ce qui ne serait que figuration de surface. Une meilleure prise en
compte des états-limites peut être une raison de son expansion ? Mais il est à craindre que des dérives productivistes ne
soient aussi en cause ; cinq ou six patients et deux thérapeutes, “ça fait des actes”. Et qui sait si d’aucuns ne s’en
trouveront pas psychanalystes à bon compte ?
Le dossier présenté dans ce numéro a fait appel à des analystes expérimentés. Puisse leur statut d’analystes
“généralistes” être une garantie de prudence dans le domaine qu’ils exposent.
Gérard Bayle
Dossier coordonné par Gérard Bayle et Nicole Bourlier
Le Psychodrame psychanalytique
Introduction par NICOLE BOURLIER
Historique par PATRICK DELAROCHE
Spécificité du psychodrame : de ses origines à son originalité par NADINE AMAR
Les différents cadres du psychodrame
Le psychodrame psychanalytique individuelle par LILIANE ABENSOUR
Le psychodrame psychanalytique individuel en groupe par ISAAC SALEM
Le psychodrame psychanalytique individuel de groupe par ANDRÉ MISSENARD, MICHÈLE CLAQUIN, JOSEPH
VILLIER
Le cadre élaboré par SERGE GAUDÉ
Indications
Le psychodrame analytique, pour quoi, pour qui ? par JEAN-JOSÉ BARANES, DANIELLE KASWIN, NATACHA
KUKUCKA-NIZOS
Utilisations particulières
Le psychodrame avec les enfants et les pré-adolescents par MAÏTÉ KLAHR, FABIENNE DE LANLAY, ANNEMARIE MAIRESSE, PHILIPPINE MEFFRE, CLAUDIE MILLOT, GÉRARD BAYLE, BERNARD GOLSE
Le psychodrame psychanalytique à l’adolescence par PHILIPPE JEAMMET
L’école hongroise de psychodrama par ZSUZA MÉREI, ANDRAS VIKAR
Le psychodrame de supervision par MARC HAYAT
Formations et lieux de formations
L’ ETAP par GABRIELLE MITRANI
Le CEFFRAP par BLANDINE GUETTIER, PHILIPE HERY, JOSEPH VILLIER
Le psychodrame psychanalytique à Genève par MAJA PERRET-CATIPOVIC
Notes de lectures
par MARIE-PIERRE CAMUSET, ROGER PERRON, GÉRARD BIGORGNE, ISAAC SALEM
Colloques
par BLANCHE MASSARI, BRIGITTE KAMMERER, PATRICK DELAROCHE
Bibliographie
Adresses utiles
Bloc-notes
Notes de lectures
Dialogue sur la nature du transfert de Michel Gribinski, Joseph Ludin par Miguel de Azambuja
Franco Basaglia, portrait d’un psychiat re intempestif de Mario Colluci, Vittorio Di Pierangelo par Cyrille Bouvet
Le consentement éclairé en périnatalité et en pédiatrie sous la direction de Sylvie Séguret par Pierre Delion
La folie à l’opéra de Jacqueline Verdeau-Pailles, Michel Laxenaire, Hubert Stoecklin par Marie-France Castarède
Carnet psy, no 103, novembre 2005
La psychanalyse en question
Noirceurs par Roger Perron
Réflexions à propos d’un livre noir et d’un article du Monde par Pierre Delion
La dimension criminelle de la psychanalyse par Nicole Delattre
L’ombre et la lumière par Olivier Douville
Les TCC ne sont pas des psychothérapies par Roland Gori, Christian Hoffmann, Alain Vanier
Psychanalyse : allons à l’essentiel par Colette Chiland
Pourquoi des toxicomanes meurent... ? par Claude Escande
La normalité, c’est la perversion par Serge Lesourd
L’idéologie du vrai par Danièle Brun
QUESTIONS À Daniel WIDLÖCHER par Marie-Frédérique Bacqué
Carnet psy, no 104, dicembre gennaio 2005/2006
Notes de lectures
Fondements de la technique psychanalytique de R. Horacio Etchegoyen par Ana Taquini-Resnik et Salomon Resnik
Penser la mélancolie, une lecture de Perec deMaurice Colcos par Marthe Coppel-Batsch
Leçons psychanalytiques sur le masculin et le féminin de Paul-Laurent Assoun par Laurence Guichard
L’utérus artificiel de Henri Atlan par Dominique Baudesson
Mère et fils de Alain Braconnier par Sylvain Missonnier
La psychiatrie foetale de Marie-José Soubieux et Michel Soulé par Bahvani Cherer
Parole d’homme de Hubert Lisandre par Vincent Estellon
L’Oedipe de J.D. Nasio par Didier Lauru
Quel temps pour le placement familial ? de Françoise Simon par Catherine Combase
Colloques
L’attachement : applications thérapeutiques chez l’enfant, l’adolescent et l’adulte, 6-8 juillet 2005, (Pr A. Guedeney, Pr
A. Sagi-Schwart), Paris par Frank Zigante
Témoignage
Le licenciement avec effet immédiat comme solution aux tensions institutionnelles par Gilbert Diatkine
Réflexions sur l’autisme
NOS GÈNES ET NOS RENCONTRES par Loïc DUPONT
Carnet psy, no 105, febbario 2006
Notes de lectures
La greffe de Jacques Ascher et Jean-Pierre Jouet par Dominique Baudesson
Amour, identité et changement deMareike Wolf-Fédida par Jeanine Chamond
Les troubles bipolaires sous la direction de Marion Leboyer
L’anxiété généralisée sous la direction de Patrice Boyer par Cyrille Bouvet
Une vie de correspondances, 1938-1988 de Françoise Dolto par Laurence Guichard
La part du rêve dans les institutions de Claude Allione par Pierre Delion
Lacan et Kierkegaard de Rodolphe Adam par Hubert Lisandre
Ca va pas fort à la maison de Dana Castro par Claire Meljac
Le goût de vivre de Edouard Zarifian par Danielle Torchin
Psychologie clinique (Tome 2) de Serge Netchine (dir.) par Christelle Le Vacon
Colloques
LA MAISON DES ADOLESCENTS d’AVICENNE à BOBIGNY Pr MARIE ROSE MORO,
Benoit Dutray, Isabelle Cailleau
Réflexions
Constructions en analyse; constructivisme, constructionisme. Analogies et différences par Alberto Eiguer
Psychanalyse et psychothérapie : débats et enjeux Ouverture du débat. n°1
Daniel Widlöcher, Raymond Cahn, Bernard Golse
Carnet psy, no 106, marzo 2006
Notes de lectures
Aux confins de l’identité de Michel de M’Uzan par Marie-Françoise Laval-Hygonenq
Faire parler le destin de Laurence Kahn par Luis Moix
Deleuze et la psychanalyse de Monique David-Menard par Laurence Guichard
Philosophes dans la tourmente de Elisabeth Roudinesco par Pierre Delion
Guérir par le virtuel de Michael Stora par Isabelle Tassel
Je n’y arrive plus de Donatella Caprifoglio par Danielle Bouazizs
Colloques
Journée du Centre Alfred Binet, L’enfant déprimé, Paris, 2005 par Marie-Laure Léandri
Recherches
LE VÉCU PSYCHOLOGIQUE D’ENFANTS CONFRONTÉS À UNE INTERVENTION CHIRURGICALE
DIGESTIVE LOURDE : mise en évidence de leurs ressources internes et relationnelles
par Fr. de Gheest, I. Lambotte, D. Detemmerman, P. Lingier, L. de Coster
Nouveau
Psychanalyse et psychothérapie : débats et enjeux N°2, coordonné par le Pr. D.Widlöcher, Roger Perron, Serge Frisch
Carnet psy, no 107, aprile 2006
Notes de lectures
Le mal des idéologies de François Duparc par Dominique Cupa
Qu’est-ce qui vous amène ? deMartine Bacherich par Laurence Guichard
Maladies d’adolescence de Michel Vincent par Jacques Angelergues
Psychanalyse de l’adolescent de Patrick Delaroche par Laetitia Petit
Un heureux événement de Eliette Abecassis par Sophie de Mijolla-Mellor
Juifs d’un côté de Catherine Grandsard par Danielle Torchin
Controverses sur le stress de Gérard Szwec (dir.) par Marie-Françoise Laval-Hygonenq
Wilhelm Reich, la révolution sexuelle de Frédéric de Rivoyre par Olivier Douville
Colloques
Journée d’études de la Waimh, Maman, tu rêves,Nantes, 2005 par Isabelle Maillard
Actualités
Que sont la psychiatrie et la pédopsychiatrie devenues ? par Bernard Golse
Entretien avec...
Françoise MOLENAT par Sylvain Missonnier
Rubriques
Psychanalyse et psychothérapie : débats et enjeux, n°3, coordonné par Daniel Widlöcher
par Roland Gori, Alain Braconnier et Bertrand Hanin
Carnet psy, no 108, maggio 2006
Notes de lectures
La folie maternelle ordinaire sous la direction de Jacques André et Sylvie Dreyfus-Asseo par Françoise Neau
Françoise Dolto et le transfert dans le travail avec les enfants sous la direction de Claude Schauder par Marie-Françoise
Laval-Hygonenq
Dépression, la grande névrose contemporaine de Roland Chemama par Laurence Guichard
Les attraits du visible de Françoise Coblence par Jacques Angelergues
L’hypnose entre la psychanalyse et la biologie : le non-savoir des psy de Léon Chertok par Nathalie Glück-Vanlaer
Le bonheur en famille de Pierre Angel par Danielle Torchin
Hommage à Janine Chasseguet-Smirgel
Georges Pragier, Dominique Bourdin , Sylvie Faure-Pragier, Dominique Cupa, Marie-Frédérique Bacqué, Philippe
Jaeger, Augustin Jeanneau, Elisabeth Brainin et Samy Teicher
Rubriques
Psychanalyse et psychothérapie : débats et enjeux, n°4, coordonné par Daniel Widlöcher
par Jean Laplanche
Carnet psy, no 109, maggio 2006
Notes de lecture
Au commencement etait la voix sous la direction de Marie-France Castarede et Gabrielle Konopczynski par Dominique
Bourdin 11
La jalousie de Marcianne Blevis par Marie-Francoise Laval-Hygonenq 13
Un monde de fous de Patrick Coupechoux par Pierre Delion 15
Les limites du corps, le corps comme limite de Patrick Landmann par Laurence Guichard 17
Amour, sexualite, tendresse. La reconciliation ? de Nicole Jeammet par Danielle Torchin 18
Introduction 20
LA SUBJECTIVATION ET SES VICISSITUDES par Raymond Cahn 21
LA PSYCHANALYSE, UNE QUESTION DE SUBJECTIVATION ? par Steven Wainrib 23
DE L'INTERSUBJECTIVITE A LA SUBJECTIVATION par Bernard Golse 25
PARTAGE D'EXPERIENCES ET RYTHMICITE DANS LE TRAVAIL DE SUBJECTIVATION par Albert Ciccone
29
SUBJECTIVATION, VRAI SELF ET PERSONNALISATION par Alberto Konicheckis 35
L’AUBE PRENATALE DE LA SUBJECTIVATION par Sylvain Missonnier 37
Carnet psy, no 110, luglio agosto 2006
Notes de lectures
Associations (presque) libres d’un psychanalyste de André Green par Jacques Angelergues
La situation analysante de Jean- Luc Donnet par Emmanuelle Chervet
Frère du précédent de J.-B. Pontalis par Mariane Foeillet-Perruche
Le consentement : droit nouveau du patient ou imposture de J.P Caverni, R. Gori par Françoise Gouzvinski
Un lieu pour dire. 30 ans de clinique institutionnelle à Guenouvry de Guy Rousseau par Pierre Delion
Le manuscrit perdu de Philippe Brenot par Danielle Torchin
Travailler avec les groupes d’enfants de Pierre Privat, Dominique Quelin-Soulignoux par Natalie Bayle
Colloques
Jeunes parents médias, 3-4 février 2006, Paris par Colette Barroux
Recherches
La psychanalyse des contes de fées : les concepts de la théorie psychanalytique de Bettelheim examinés
expérimentalement par le test des contes de fée par Carina Coulacoglou
Entretien avec Julia Kristeva par Alain Braconnier
Psychanalyse et psychothérapie
débats et enjeux, n°6, coordonné par Daniel Widlöcher
par Jacques Sédat
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Connessioni: rivista di consulenza e ricerca sui sistemi umani, no 15, sett. 2004
RELAZIONE e/è COMPLESSITA
Editoriale
L'emozione delle espressioni. Le ragioni del cuore come processi relazionali
Sergio Manghi 11
Neurobiologia relazionale e complessita del comportamento umano
Maurizio Ceccarelli 21
Ermeneutica della fusione di orizzonti ed ermeneutica dell'alterita nella relazione lo / Tu
Giuseppe Martini 39
Il concetto di relazione come dialettica tra appartenenza e autonomia
Marco Bianciardi 47
Ci relazioniamo, dunque siamo. Curiosità e trappole dell'osservatore
Gianfranco Cecchin 57
La presenza del terzo. La relazione tra terapia sistemica e psicoanalisi
Paolo Bertrando 63
Mentalizzazione, dissociazione, enactment.Considerazioni teoriche sulla relazione psicoterapeutica nel trattamento con
il paziente difficile
Cesare Albasi 83
Il concetto di relazione in terapia e oltre. Considerazioni su persona e tensione relazionale
Clara Capello 97
Connessioni: rivista di consulenza e ricerca sui sistemi umani, no 16, febbraio 2005
CURIOSITA IRRIVERENZA PREGIUDIZI
Editoriale - Per un uomo
Tiziano Apolloni 3
Eccentricità e intolleranza:una critica sistemica
Gianfranco Cecchin, Gerry Lane, Wendel A. Ray 9
L'ultima lezione di Gianfranco Cecchin
Pio Peruzzi 23
Tre voci sul tema. Impressioni prodotte dal Prof. Gianfranco Cecchin al Family Institute di Cardiff
Jeff Faris, Brenda Cox, Billy Hardy 37
Il mistero del rispetto
Riccardo Canova 51
Gianfranco Cecchin e il Reflecting Team
Roberto Martelli 61
Gianfranco e Johann Sebastian
Massimo Schinco 77
Metafora ed epica nella terapia di Gianfranco Cecchin
Tiziano Apolloni 85
La collocazione del terapeuta Una revisione critica degli scritti di Gianfranco Cecchin
Paolo Bertrando 99
Appunti di viaggio
Valeria Pomini 115
Gianfranco Cecchin Reminescenze ed eredita professionali
Imelda Colgan McCarthy 123
Il nostro amico e collega Gianfranco Cecchin
Diane e Charles Gottlieb 129
Poche parole
Fany Triantafillou 131
Ciao Gianfranco e grazie
Cristina Koch 133
AGENDA
137
Iniziative Didattiche del Centro Milanese di Terapia della Famiglia
Scuola quadriennale di specializzazione in psicoterapia sistemico relazionale
ECM - Educazione continua in medicina
Scuola triennale di mediazione familiare
Counseling professionale sistemico
Connessioni: rivista di consulenza e ricerca sui sistemi umani, no 17, febbraio 2006
LUOGHI PRATICHE GEOGRAFIE
Editoriale
Laura Formenti 5
Sviluppo "sin techo, sin muros"
Susan Oyama 11
Saggio sull'immaginazione: Riconciliare conoscenza e vita
Marcelo Pakman 25
Connessionismo decostruzionista. Un esercizio per digerire meglio.
Pietro Barbetta 41
L'epistemologia enattiva come pratica etico-politica.
Cristobal Bonelli e Camilla Notarbartolo 61
La terapia della crudelta. Sulla pornografia della terapia
Michele Capararo 77
E possibile per un terapeuta postmoderno lavorare in modo strategico?
Ricardo Ramos 95
Milano/Barcellona A/R - Due modelli a confronto
Alessandra Coscenza, Felipe Galvez, Jalina Pollak e Maddalena Pompili 107
Viaggio attraverso geografie della mente
Francesca Chiusano, Alessandra Poletti, Alessia Ravasini 123
AGENDA
Iniziative Didattiche del Centro Milanese di Terapia della Famiglia
Scuola quadriennale di specializzazione in psicoterapia sistemico relazionale
ECM - Educazione continua in medicina
Scuola triennale di mediazione familiars
Counseling professionale sistemico
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Cure infermieristiche, no 7, 2005
Brigitte Longerich
Une démarche fondée sur le dialogue et l’équité
Face à l’augmentation des situations conflictuelles dans le domaine de la santé, le canton de Vaud a ouvert récemment
un bureau de médiation, dont la responsable est une infirmière.
Nathalie Bovey
Un nouveau défi pour les EMS
L’espérance de vie des patients séropositifs a nettement augmenté depuis l’apparition des tri-thérapies. Certains d’entre
eux arrivent aujourd’hui en EMS, une situation nouvelle suscitant des interrogations.
Annie Oulevey Bachmann, Blaise Guinchard
Comment apprend-on une profession « invisible » ?
La profession d’infirmière perçue et commentée par les étudiants de la Haute école de santé La Source.
Brigitte Longerich
La recherche : entre engouement et doutes
Nécessité absolue pour certains, investissement superflu pour d’autres, la recherche en soins infirmiers pose des défis.
Une journée a été consacrée à cette question à Fribourg.
Lucien Portenier, Pierre Théraulaz
Les soins infirmiers en marche
Connaissances, innovation et vitalité ont été les maîtres-mots du récent congrès du CII à Taiwan.
Cure infermieristiche, no 9, 2005
Brigitte Longerich
Un animal pour adoucir le quotidien
La zoothérapie fait timidement son entrée en Europe. Résidents des EMS, enfants, adolescents marginalisés, personnes
handicapées et patients psychiques peuvent tirer un grand bénéfice de la présence d’un animal. .
Béatrice Fonjallaz, Marie-José Walter
Des vacances adaptées aux besoins des enfants
Les maladie rhumatismales de l’enfant sont peu connues, et pourtant, elles sont invalidantes ! Une colonie de vacances
d’un type particulier a été proposée aux jeunes malades.
Brigitte Longerich
Les limites de l’autonomie
Dans les centres de traitement et de réhabilitation, la question de l’autonomie du patient est au centre du débat,
occasionnant régulièrement des dilemmes éthiques.
Brigitte Longerich
Une offre unique pour la Suisse latine
Né de la fusion entre H+ Formation, le CREP et l’IRSP, Espace compétences offrira une palette variée de formations
aux collaborateurs du secteur socio-sanitaire.
Pierre-André Wagner
Une victoire sur la discrimination
Au terme d’une longue bataille juridique, les soins psychiatriques ambulatoires sont reconnus comme une prestation de
base. Rappel des faits.
Elsbeth Wandeler
Pas d'invasion de l'Est
L'extension de la livre circulation des personnes qui ne provoquera pas un afflux d'infirmières au rabais.
Cure infermieristiche, no 10, 2005
Claude Laville
Un monde où technicité et humanité vont de pair
Les infirmiers en anesthésie ne sont pas que d’habiles techniciens. Au quotidien, la rencontre avec le patient est
prioritaire.
François Magnin
Les soins post-interventionnels et l’antalgie aiguë
En salle de réveil et dans le traitement de la douleur, l’infirmier-anesthésiste joue un rôle important.
Julio Burillo
Le service de garde
Dans les situations d’urgence aussi, les compétences de l’infirmier-anesthésiste sont requises.
Paulette Le Lous, Sophie Pautex
Démence avancée et fin de vie
Reconnaître les symptômes des patients atteints de démence avancée est une chose, les évaluer et les prendre en charge
en est une autre.
Elsbeth Wandeler
Careholder-value, baromètre de la politique de santé
La valeur sociale des soins est inestimable, mais pour qu’elle soit reconnue, un changement radical du système de santé
s’impose.
Urs Lüthi
Premiers jalons d’une nouvelle ASI
Dirigeants de l’ASI et professionnels de la base se sont retrouvés pendant deux jours pour poser les jalons de l’ASI du
futur.
Cure infermieristiche, no 3, 2006
Françoise Taillens
Des écoles où il fait bon vivre
En Suisse romande, les infirmières scolaires s’engagent pour que l’école devienne un lieu de vie où bien-être et
promotion de la santé figurent au premier plan.
Valérie Gaillard
Les infirmières albanaises sur la voie de l’autonomie
Pendant treize ans, la Haute école de santé de Genève a piloté un projet de coopération destiné aux infirmières en
Albanie. Aujourd’hui, les professionnels sur place sont prêts à prendre leur destinée en main.
Christophe Sertori
Paradoxe de la visibilité et de la qualité des soins
Les démarches qualité dans les institutions de soins sont souvent discréditées par les soignants. En y participant
activement, ceux-ci pourraient se défaire de leurs a priori négatifs.
Madeleine Joss, Jean-Christophe Miéville
Une aide précieuse dans les situations délicates
L’utilisation des groupes Balint durant la formation est un enrichissement pour les étudiants. L’expérience a été faite à
la Haute école de La Source.
Jacques Butel, Christine Maupetit
Une nécessaire clarification
La documentation clinique des soins est une démarche devenue incontournable, destinée à transmettre des informations
claires et à faciliter la communication.
Cure infermieristiche, no 4, 2006
Brigitte Longerich
Les kilos du mal-être
Le nouveau fléau du vingt et unième siècle s’appelle obésité. Dans le monde entier, les responsables cherchent des
mesures efficaces pour enrayer cette véritable épidémie qui menace la santé.
Monique Boegli, Elisabeth Cabotte
Des moments d’apaisement et de réconfort
Les douleurs intenses que doivent endurer beaucoup de patients en soins palliatifs peuvent être soulagés par des
massages relaxants et bienfaisants. Ceux-ci ouvrent également la porte à une meilleure communication.
Brigitte Longerich
Casser l’engrenage
Une famille maltraitante est elle-même maltraitée par les conditions de vie. Pour briser l’engrenage de la violence, une
nouvelle approche, basée sur la proximité et la responsabilisation, s’impose.
Brigitte Longerich
Trop de femmes vivent toujours dans la précarité
Le dernier rapport sur l’égalité des sexes révèle que des progrès ont été faits, mais que les femmes sont toujours
défavorisées à bien des égards.
Urs Lüthi
Une haute école spécialisée privée ouvre ses portes
Une haute école privée alémanique propose dès l’automne des études infirmières menant au master et au bachelor. Le
commentaire de l’ASI.
Cure infermieristiche, no 5, 2006
Françoise Taillens
Des collaborateurs des cinq continents
De plus en plus, les équipes de soins réunissent des soignants d’origines culturelles diverses. Pour gérer différences et
conflits, les responsables doivent acquérir des compétences transculturelles.
Katia Sautier
Insertion professionnelle des stagiaires migrants
Dans les EMS, les collaborateurs étrangers ne sont pas toujours les bienvenus et les propos racistes ou xénophobes ne
sont pas rares. Des mesures d’intégration sensées sont indispensables.
Chantal Deladoey, Jean-Pierre Michaud, Yvan Dürrenberger
Référent de situation, un rôle aux contours flous
Les professionnels qui endossent le rôle de gestionnaire de cas n’ont pas la vie facile. Les responsabilités sont
importantes, mais le travail au quotidien n’est pas toujours bien défini, ni suffisamment reconnu.
Brigitte Longerich
Casser l’engrenage
Une famille maltraitante est elle-même maltraitée par les conditions de vie. Pour briser l’engrenage de la violence, une
nouvelle approche, basée sur la proximité et la responsabilisation, s’impose.
Mercedes Meugnier-Cuenca
Ciel, où est passé mon soutien-gorge?
Ne plus mettre de soutien-gorge aux résidentes des EMS est une mesure qui va l’encontre du respect de la personne. Les
soignants sont appelés à s’insurger contre l’indifférence, la banalisation et le manque d’égards.
Partage
Le film « Faim de vie » de l’infirmier Benjamin Tobler sur la vie en EMS sort dans les salles de cinéma romandes le 7
juin prochain
Récit de soins
Le vaisseau fantôme
Cure infermieristiche, no 6, 2006
Carlo Colombo
Les scénarios d’urgence sont en place
En Suisse, un plan pandémique national est en place pour pouvoir réagir de manière appropriée si la grippe aviaire
devait véritablement menacer l’homme.
Kicki Engström
« Le plus effrayant était l’idée de contaminer ma famille »
Au printemps 2003, la ville de Toronto a été frappée par le SRAS. Dans une ville coupée du monde, les professionnels
de la santé ont été confrontés à un défi qui les a profondément marqués.
François Rosselet
Une réalité à expérimenter
La dimension spirituelle est omniprésente dans les soins, même dans les gestes les plus anodins. La spiritualité rend au
patient comme au soignant sa dignité fondamentale et son véritable mystère.
Juliette Fioretta
Entre détermination et démotivation
Le système de santé nicaraguayen traverse une crise sans précédent : alors que la population s’appauvrit, les conditions
de travail se détériorent. Mais l’espoir ne faillit pas.
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Devenir, no 1, vol 17, 2005
Clinique
Réflexions quant à l'accompagnement psychothérapeutique du bébé, De ses parents et des soignants En unité néonatale
Claire De Vriendt-Goldman1 et Marie-Paule Durieux p.5
Techniques et recherche
Programmes de stimulation pour Personnes polyhandicapées Suggestions pour l'amélioration du cadre D'application
pédagogique et thérapeutique
Geneviève Petitpierre-Jost p.39
Techniques et recherche
Panorama de l'observation du bébé Selon la méthode esther bick Dans les pays francophones
Régine Prat p.55
Devenir, no 2, vol 17, 2005
Recherche clinique Etude du complexe relationnel Geste , regard , oralisation Chez des enfants autistes âgés de 12 à 36
mois par analyse de films familiaux
Jean-Louis Bernard, Jean-Louis Adrien, Sylvie Roux et Catherine Barthelemy p.105
Clinique
La thérapie d'étayage cognitif et affectif teca : une vignette clinique
Leyla Akoury Dirani1 p.123
Instruments
Une nouvelle situation pour évaluer Le fonctionnement familial : Le jeu du pique-nique
France Frascarolo1 et Nicolas Favez p.141
Revue
Pour une prévention précoce du trouble des conduites : une revue
Béatrice Lamboy p.153
Devenir, no 3, vol 17, 2005
Essai théorique Les vicissitudes de l'agression Dans le processus De séparation-individuation Et dans l'attachement
Henri Parens p.183
Recherche clinique
Evolution et déterminants éventuels De l'anxiété périnatale de primipares: Du huitième mois de grossesse Au troisième
mois post-partum
Irène Capponi et Christine Horbacz p.211
Clinique
La mallette projective Première enfance (m.p.p.e): Un outil clinique pour l'évaluation De la personnalité du jeune enfant
Pascal Roman p.233
Clinique
L'expression de liens fraternels Au sein des familles d'accueil: De la fratrie Au groupe fraternel nourricier
Nathalie Chapon-Crouzet p.261
Devenir, no 4, vol 17, 2005
Recherche
La relation entre la croissance de l'enfant, l'attachement entre l'enfant et la mère, et le temps de réponse maternelle au
signal de l'enfant chez les dogons du mali
Lelia Pisani1, Mary True2 et Fadimata Walet Oumar3 p.287
Recherche
Stratégies d'ajustement des mères Et des pères d'enfants anciens Prématurés
Sophie Recchia1 et Fabienne Lemétayer2 p.303
Clinique
Endormissement et fonction de l'objet transitionnel chez le jeune enfant entre 12 et 24 mois : une étude transculturelle
Yolande Govindama1 et Jacqueline Louis2 p.323
Clinique
Présentation de la révision de la Classification diagnostique 0-3 ans (dc : 0-3r)
Emily Fenichel2, Robert N. Emde (Président), Helen Egger, Antoine Guedeney, Brian K. Wise et Harry H. Wright :
Groupe de Travail ZERO TO THREE chargé de la révision de DC : 0-3 p.347
Devenir, no 1, vol 18, 2006
Clinique
La psychothérapie psychodynamique brève avec la mère, le père et le bébé : aspects cliniques et techniques
Francisco Palacio Espasa2 et Dora Knauer3 p.5
Clinique
Place de l'oralité chez des prématurés réanimés à la naissance Etat des lieux à trois ans et demi
Marie-Jo Delfosse1, Blandine Soulignac, Marie-Hélène Depoortere3 et Dominique Crunelle4 p.23
Eclairage
De la morale à l'éthique : Le nouvel horizon des relations Entre les générations
Danilo Martuccelli p.37
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Ecologia della mente, no 1, vol 28, giugno 2005
Editoriale
L'identita del terapeuta. Vademecum per scoraggiare le giovani generazioni
Alberto Vito 1
La psicoterapia
Aprire gli occhi, le menti, i cuori: l'ascolto terapeutico del bambino vittima d'abuso
Ester Di Rienzo 9
Psicoterapia Cura Psicoterapia
Gruppo di sostegno per i familiari-caregiver degli ospiti del centro diurno Alzheimer di La Spezia
Dario Capone, Valentina Castellini 17
Le pratiche e le teorie
L'insegnamento utile senza sipario di Grazia: il gioco delle parti nella ricerca dei significati
Lolita Gulimanoska 33
I crostini latmul: racconto semi-serio sui regali di Grazia
Silvia Campitelli, Luca Chianura, Alessandra Cipolloni, Cesare Giammaria, Vittoria Quondamatteo 51
L'idea nuova
Atleti, allenatore, squadre. La psicologia dello sport in una prospettiva sistemico-relazionale
Daniela Tortorelli 61
Attualita
In tema dell'efficacia delle psicoterapie, con particolare riguardo alla terapia familiare e al suo insegnamento
Francesco Colacicco 85
Allievi, didatti e famiglie
Segni minimi di formazione: appunti sulla scrittura
Marisa Gianangeli 101
La pagina letteraria
Una metafora letteraria dell'intreccio tra creativity e sintomatologia...ripercorrendo "Novecento" di A. Baricco
Roberto Rossi 151
Parere in ordine alla disciplina the regola l'iscrizione all'Albo degli Psicologi e degli Psicoterapeuti
Ernesto Romanello 158
Ecologia della mente, no 2, vol 28, dicembre 2005
Editoriale
II contributo di M.Grazia Cancrini all'identity del terapeuta sistemico
Massimo Pelli, Emmanuela Becchis, Walter Bernucci 173
La psicoterapia
Le costellazioni familiari nei DCA: utility del Family Life Space in una ricerca sistemica
Luigi Onnis, Elena Barbara, Marco Bernardini, Cecilia Fusco, Agostino Vietri 182
Psicoterapia cura psicoterapia
Verso una teoria relazionale della classificazione psichiatrica
Luciano L'Abate 204
Le pratiche e le teorie
Allievi ed insegnanti al cinema ed in terapia familiare: modelli cinematografici e teorie dell'apprendimento
Gianmarco Manfrina 220
L'idea nuova
Memoria e valutazione dell'esperienza clinica
Francesco Bruni, Pier Giuseppe Defilippi 234
Attualita
La molteplicity e la consistenza: psicoterapia sistemico-relazionale in un caso di internet-addiction
Stefano Icone 270
Allievi, didatti e famiglie
Adele Luca Fanelli 284
La pagina letteraria
La stanza del figlio
Elvira Tartaglia 306
Documenti
Codice di etica e di deontologia professionale della FLAP e del CNSP p.315
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Educazione sentimentale, no 3, luglio 2004
Conoscenza e cambiamento organizzativo
Franco Natili ha curato le sezioni Le carte di Gino ed Esperienze di cambiamento nell'organizzazione: sguardi
psicosocioanalitici.
Esperienze di cambiamento nell'organizzazione: sguardi psicosocioanalitici
3I Franco Natili, Vision e cambiamento
51 Sabino Cannone, Etica della responsabilita e cambiamento
64 Donatella Piccioni, Le scoperte dal punto di vista del progetto
86 Marina Beverina, Laura Mazzolari, Marina Oggero, Le emozioni del cambiamento
93 Anna Maria Rigoni, Fernanda Sibilio, La leadership nelle organizzazioni che cambiano
Riflessioni sul cambiamento nell'organizzazione: sguardi interdisciplinari
107 Fulvio Carmagnola, Gli equivoci della bellezza e le strategie di senso nell'organizzazione
115 Donata Fabbri, L'emozione di cambiare
124 Enzo Rullani, La conoscenza e l'economia. Ovvero che cos'e importante nella conoscenza (per l'economista) a
differenza di quello che importa a ingegneri ed epistemologi
Educazione sentimentale, no 4, dicembre 2004
Cambiamento e incertezza
Le carte di Gino
L'incertezza e i suoi processi mentali
a cura di Roberta Bonfanti, Gianluca Carlini e Barbara Sangiovanni
Studi e Ricerche
Silvia Bassino e Cristiano Cassani, Alcune considerazioni di premessa e di introduzione
Silvana Tacchio, II transito ((poetico)) di un gruppo
Giancarlo Origgi, La conoscenza» e l'impresa
Antonino Ferro, La negazione e le capacità negative dell'analista
Dario Castaldo, il valore dell'incertezza: un approccio cognitivo
Gianluca Carlini, Leadership e incertezza: sviluppi di pensiero in psicoanalisi e attuali ipotesi di ricerca
Francesco Novara, La continuità istituzionale in un mondo discontinuo
Gianluca Biggio, L'incertezza come causa ed effetto della difficolth di gestione delle risorse umane
Giuliano Mazzoleni, Nell'oceano dell'incertezza. Dilemmi attuali dell'orientamento politico
Andrea Fontana, ((Maneggiarela complessità compiuta». Riflessioni, cautele e suggerimenti per un tentativo di gestione
dell'incertezza
Roberta Bonfanti e Barbara Sangiovanni, Incertezza ed autobiografia
Gianluca Bocchi, Identity, cambiamento e stabilità nell'eta della globalizzazione, intervista a Gianluca Bocchi a cura di
Barbara Sangiovanni
Silvia Bassino, Filippo Marelli e Franco Alfonso Rigamonti, Proposte operative per governare l'incertezza manageriale
II presente numero a stato interamente curato da Eraldo C. Cassani
Educazione sentimentale, no 5 luglio 2005
Consulenza al ruolo
Editoriale
Le carte di Gino
Giancarlo Pasinetti, Dalla prassintesi a...
Luigi (Gino) Pagliarani, Schede 1977-1978
Studi e Ricerche
LA CONSULENZA PSICOSOCIOANALITICA AL RUOLO
Daniela Patruno, II nostro gruppo di ricerca e supervisione all'attivitàdi consulenza al ruolo
Marina Oggero, “L'ape che non sapeva sostare”: un'esperienza di consulenza al ruolo
Anna Ferrari, I1 difficile è cominciare. Consulenza con adolescenti alle prese con il primo lavoro
Carla Galvani e Paola Grigato, Un percorso di formazione all'educazione sentimentale nelle professioni sanitarie
Giuseppe Pitotti, La relazione e la regola. II caso Albert: oscillando tra consulenza al ruolo e coaching
Rita Miritello, II teatro dei buoni incontri. Diario di un viaggio sentimentale in tre atti
Maria Teresa Scherillo, Gli scogli e la rete. Consulenza al ruolo da gruppo a gruppo nell’accompagnare un progetto di
business transformation. Lapsus, mancanze, opportunità
Elena Nascimbene (a cura di), Intervista ai componenti del gruppo di consulenza al ruolo di Ariele
Miriam Cresta, La professione di consulente al ruolo psicosocioanalista attraverso l'excursus di alcune parole chiave
SGUARDI INTERDISCIPLINARI
Silvana G. Ceresa, Counseling filosofico ed omosessualità
Mario Perini, La consultazione di sostegno alla leadership
Guido Saccardi, II coaching nello sport
Claudia Piccardo e Monica Reynaudo, I molteplici approcci al counselling
Educazione sentimentale, no 6 dicembre 2005
Tempi e temporalità
Editoriale
Le carte di Gino
Dario Forti e Giuseppe Varchetta, Tempo presente e tempo opportunità: una ricerca decennale
Luigi (Gino) Pagliarani, Schede 1977-1986 ~ Studi e Ricerche
TEMPI, TEMPORALITA E SGUARDI PSICOSOCIOANALITICI
Dario Forti e Giuseppe Varchetta, Evoluzione e involuzione: metamorfosi del tempo nell'esperienza organizzativa
contemporanea
Paolo Bruttini, Tempo ed energia vitale
SGUARDI INTERDISCIPLINARI
Fulvio Carmagnola, Dis-occupare (il tempo)
Aldo Giorgio Gargani, Il tempo, il simbolo e l'azione
Aldo Giorgio Gargani, Il tracciato del tempo, scelta antologica a cura di Giuseppe Varchetta
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Epidemiologia e psichiatria sociale, no 1, vol 14, 2005
INCLUSION AND MENTAL HEALTH IN THE NEW EUROPE
edited by Michele Tansella and Graham Thornicroft
Growing recognition of the importance of service user involvement in mental health service planning and evaluation
G. Thornicroft, M. Tansella
Developing the theoretical basis for service user/survivor-led research and equal involvement in research
P. Beresford
User/consumer involvement in mental health service delivery
J. Chamberlin
All about PSY DREAM. Psychiatric Drug Registration, Evaluation & All-inclusive Monitoring
P. Lehmann
Attuned Practice: a service user study of specialist child and adolescent mental health, UK
A. Hart, A. Saunders, H. Thomas
Deliberate self-injury. A consumer-therapist co-run group. A choice or a necessity?
E. D. Kokaliari, K. Lanzano
Who’s mind is it anyway?
J. Bowis
Mental health services in Central and Eastern Europe: current state and continuing concerns
B. Saraceno, S. Saxena
IN MEMORIAM
Franca Ongaro Basaglia, 1928-2005
T. Losavio
Epidemiologia e psichiatria sociale, no 2, vol 14, 2005
EDITORIALS
Aspetti controversi della terapia antidepressiva
C. Pariante, M. Tansella
Bias in the evaluation of antidepressants
M. Hotopf, C. Barbui
Do antidepressants cause dependence?
P. M. Haddad
The use of Selective Serotonin Re-uptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) in the treatment of depressive disorders in children and
adolescents
A. James
INVITED PAPERS
Prevalence of mental disorders in the Zurich Cohort Study: a twenty year prospective study
J. Angst, A. Gamma, M. Neuenschwander, V. Ajdacic-Gross, D. Eich, W. Rossler, K. R. Merigangas
ORIGINAL PAPERS
La prescrizione di psicofarmaci nelle strutture residenziali italiane
R. Tomasi, G. de Girolamo, G. Santone, A. Picardi, R. Micciolo, D. Semisa, S. Fava, Gruppo PROGRES
Eating disorders and their correlates in high school adolescents of Northern Italy
A. L. Toselli, S. Villani, A. M. Ferro, A. Verri, L. Cucurullo, A. Marinoni
Epidemiologia del sovrappeso e dell’obesità nei preadolescenti italiani: studio sulla relazione con attività fisica e
inattività
A. Vieno, M. Santinello, M. C. Martini
Il ruolo dei fattori ambientali sullo sviluppo delle competenze adattive nei soggetti con disabilità intellettiva
G. Scuccimarra, R. Velotti, F. Canfora, A. Facciuto, S. Mellucci
Epidemiologia e psichiatria sociale, no 3, vol 14, 2005
EDITORIALS
Migliorare la qualità dei trial clinici in psichiatria
M. Tansella
Large simple trials in psychiatry: providing reliable answers to important clinical questions
J. R. Geddes
RCTs in psychiatry: challenges and the future
S. Wessely, R. Walwyn
Practical clinical trials for schizophrenia
S. Stroup
INVITED PAPERS
Schizophrenia, social class and immigrant status: the epidemiological evidence
B. Cooper
ORIGINAL PAPERS
Sintomi psichiatrici indotti da interferon alfa in pazienti con epatite virale cronica: uno studio osservazionale prospettico
controllato
M. G. Orrù, A. Baita, R. Sitzia, A. Costa, E. Muntoni, S. Landau, L. Chessa, M. G. Farci, B. Carpiniello, C. M. Pariante
Atteggiamenti verso la malattia mentale e caratteristiche socio-demografiche: uno studio in una città del nord Italia
C. Buizza, R. Pioli, M. Ponteri, M. Vittorielli, A. Corradi, N. Minicuci, G. Rossi
Empathy in general practice consultations: A qualitative analysis
R. Wynn
Un’indagine sul pregiudizio e sugli stereotipi della malattia mentale in due comunità che differiscono per la
“presenza/assenza” di strutture psichiatriche residenziali
F. Veltro, A. Raimondo, C. Porzio, T. Nugnes, V. Ciampone
Epidemiologia e psichiatria sociale, no 4, vol 14, 2005
EDITORIALS
Recent advances in schizophrenia research
M. Tansella
The long and winding road of schizophrenia research
A. Jablensky
Cannabis consumption and risk of developing schizophrenia: mith or reality?
M. Di Forti, R.M. Murray
Developmental biomarkers in schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders: common origins, different trajectories?
M.S. Keshavan, V. Diwadkar, D.R. Rosenberg
SPECIAL ARTICLES
Prenatal determinants of schizophrenia: what we have learned thus far?
M. Bresnahan, C.A. Schaefer, A.S. Brown, E.S. Susser
ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Le informazioni fornite e il coinvolgimento alla cura in psichiatria: cosa pensano gli psichiatri? Una revisione della
letteratura
M. Paccaloni, F. Moretti, C. Zimmermann
La partecipazione degli utenti come ricercatori nell’ambito degli studi sulla salute mentale: una revisione sistematica
della letteratura
G. Salvi, J. Jones, M. Ruggeri
La schizofrenia e il ricorso al ricovero nei reparti psichiatrici per acuti del Lazio: studio di follow-up a quattro anni
A. Gaddini, F. Franco, D. Di Lallo, L. Biscaglia
Aspetti positivi e difficoltà nella diffusione degli interventi psicoeducativi familiari nella pratica clinica:
uno studio multicentrico in 23 CSM italiani
L. Magliano, A. Fiorillo, C. Malangone, et al.
Elenco degli Autori di Invited Editorials (1992-2005) and of Invited Papers (1999-2005)
Epidemiologia e psichiatria sociale, no 1, vol 15, 2006
EDITORIALS
Recent advances in depression. Where are we going?
M. Tansella
Depression: major problem for public health
E. S. Paykel
The “NICE Guideline” on the treatment of depression
Sir D. Goldberg
Recent advances in depression across the generations
M. R. Weissman
SPECIAL ARTICLES
Prenatal cocaine exposure: An examination of childhood externalizing and internalizing behavior problems at age 7
years
V. H. Accornero, J. C. Anthony, C. E. Morrow, L. Xue, E. S. Bandstra
Looking for adolescents’well-being: self-efficacy beliefs as determinants of positive thinking and happiness
G. V. Caprara, P. Steca, M. Gerbino, M. Paciello, G. M. Vecchio
ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Randomised controlled trial of a behavioural family intervention: 1 year and 11-years follow-up
F. Veltro, L. Magliano, P. Morosini, E. Fasulo, G. Pedicini, I. Cascavilla, I. Falloon, Gruppo di Lavoro DSM-BNI
Primary headache in Italian early adolescents: correlation with stress and school social support
M. Santinello, A. Vieno, P. A. Battistella
Antidepressant and antipsychotic drug prescribing in Lombardy M. Percudani, C. Barbui, I. Fortino, M. Tansella, L.
Petrovich
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Multifamily Psychoeducational Intervention (MPI) for obsessive-compulsive disorder: a pilot study
U. Albert, G. Maina, P. Saracco, F. Bogetto
Admissions to five General Hospital Psychiatric Wards in Naples, Italy
M. Morlino, A. Avvisati, V. Schiavone
Epidemiologia e psichiatria sociale, no 2, vol 15, 2005
EDITORIALS
Psychiatric Units in general hospital. Problems and perspectives in Europe
G. de Girolamo (Guest Editor), M. Tansella (Editor)
Acute inpatient psychiatry in England: an old problem and a new priority
P. Lelliott
Coming in from the cold. From psychiatric to general hospital. The Irish experience
D. Walsh
Current issues in Scandinavian acute psychiatric wards
T. Ruud, N. Lindefors, A. Lindhardt
SPECIAL ARTICLES
How should financial support for research be distributed to Universities? The Research Assessment Excercise (RAE) in
England and Wales
Sir D. Goldberg, A. Mann
Developing and implementing clinical guidelines: lessons from the NICE Schizophrenia Guideline
S. Pilling, K. Price
Meeting the challenge of funding and allocating resources to mental health across Europe: developing the Mental
Health Economics European Network
D. McDaid, M. Knapp, C. Curran, The MHEEN Group
ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Hypothyroidism in patients with Bipolar I. Disorder treated primarily with lithium
A. Fagiolini, D.J. Kupfer, J. Scott, H.A. Swartz, D. Cook, D.M. Novick, E. Frank
Knowledge and informative needs of patients with the diagnosis of schizophrenia, explored with focus group methods
(in Italian)
M. Paccaloni, T. Pozzan, M. Rimondini, C. Zimmermann
Quality of mental health services: a self audit in the South Verona mental health service (in Italian)
L. Allevi, G. Salvi, M. Ruggeri
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
An epistemological approach to psychiatry (in Italian)
M. Galzigna
Pharmacoeconomic evaluations on anti psychotics in schizophrenia: a review of the Italian studies (in Italian)
M. Cerzani, C. Barbui, L. Garattini
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Evidence based mental health, no 2, vol 8, 2005
Prognosis:
More than half the women with a history of psychosis have a psychiatric episode in the first year after childbirth
Salvatore Gentile (commentator) 33
Therapeutics:
Specialised care for early psychosis may reduce number of readmissions Robert B Zipursky (commentator) 34
Review: in people with bipolar disorder, short term antidepressants improve clinical response, although tricyclics risk
inducing mania Prakash Masand and Rajnish Mago (commentator) 35
Fluoxetine improves minor depressive disorders Philip J Cowen (commentator) 36
Continuing fluoxetine treatment may delay relapse in children and adolescents with major depressive disorder Dr Paul
Wilkinson (commentator) 37
Cognitive behaviour therapy reduces long term risk of relapse in recurrent major depressive disorder Zindel V Segal,
Lucio Bizzini, and Guido Bondolfi (commentator) 38
Minimal contact psychotherapy reduces the risk of major depression in people with subthreshold depression Dr Noel
Kennedy and Dr Rafay Sherazi (commentator) 39
Individualised treatment improves depression in people with depression and diabetes Russell E Glasgow and David W
Price (commentator) 40
Rivastigmine modestly improves dementia associated with Parkinson’s disease, but has important adverse effects
Tiffany Chow (commentator) 41
Mirtazapine plus citalopram has short term but not longer term benefits over citalopram alone for the symptoms of
obsessive compulsive disorder Cornelius Schüle and Gregor Laakmann (commentator) 42
Paroxetine improves social anxiety disorder in children and adolescents Katharina Manassis (commentator) 43
Review: self-help interventions improve anxiety and mood disorders Geoffrey Nelson and Colleen Loomis
(commentator) 44
Aetiology:
Review: hippocampal volume is reduced in people with unipolar depression Dr Isabelle M Rosso (commentator) 45
Risk of dementia in people with depressive and bipolar disorders increases with increasing number of prior affective
episodes Robert van Reekum (commentator) 46
Subjective memory deterioration in elderly people is associated with future dementia Mark W Bondi (commentator) 47
Suicidality in pre-adolescence and early adulthood is associated with psychosocial and psychiatric problems in young
adulthood Annette Beautrais (commentator) 48
Relocation puts elderly nursing home residents at risk of stress, although the stress is short lived Allyson M Washburn
(commentator) 49
Prevalence:
Axis I disorders are common in people with severe borderline personality disorder, but decrease with time Robert J
Gregory (commentator) 50
Axis II comorbidities are less common in people with borderline personality disorder who are in remission Ana
González-Pinto (commentator) 51
Rapid cycling is equivalently prevalent in bipolar I and bipolar II disorder, and is associated with female gender and
greater severity of illness Dr Paul Mackin (commentator) 52
Study estimates incidence of suicidal ideation and suggests factors that put people at risk Steven J Garlow
(commentator) 53
Lifetime alcohol abstainers and moderate drinkers have a lower lifetime prevalence of mood and anxiety disorders than
problem drinkers Sami Pirkola (commentator) 54
Long term antipsychotic polypharmacy is common among Medicaid recipients with schizophrenia Jambur Ananth
(commentator) 55
Boys in late adolescence have a low rate of use of mental health services Brett M McDermott and Erica Lee
(commentator) 56
Evidence based mental health, no 3, vol 8, 2005
EBMH notebook:
Rethinking evidence-based practice for children’s mental health C Waddell and R Godderis 60-62
bmjupdates+, a new FREE service for evidence-based clinical practice R Brian Haynes 62-63
Prognosis:
Functional impairment recovers after episodes of major depression Eva Biringer (commentator) 65
Review: depression may increase mortality in coronary heart disease Stefania Maggi (commentator) 66
Review: after myocardial infarction, depression and poor prognosis are associated Dr Deirdre A Lane and Professor
Douglas Carroll (commentator) 67
People diagnosed with schizophrenia retain the diagnosis long term Lars Vedel Kessing (commentator) 68
Diagnosis:
The Screening Tool for Autism in Two Year Olds can identify children at risk of autism Lonnie Zwaigenbaum
(commentator) 69
Middelheim Frontality Score may be useful for differentiating between Alzheimer’s disease and frontotemporal
dementia Kimmo J Hatanpaa and David M Blass (commentator) 70
Therapeutics:
Review: hypericum extracts are safer and lead to fewer adverse effects than older standard antidepressants, but have
similar tolerability to SSRIs Luis G Valerio, Jr (commentator) 71
Metyrapone is an effective adjuvant treatment for major depression Allan H Young (commentator) 72
Bright light treatment an effective addition to antidepressants for non-seasonal depression Girardin Jean-Louis
(commentator) 73
Prophylactic mirtazapine may help to prevent post-stroke depression in people with good cognitive function Jon Erik
Ween (commentator) 74
Cognitive behavioural therapy has short term but not long term benefits in people with residual symptoms of depression
Roy H Perlis (commentator) 75
Improving quality of primary care reduces depression and improves quality of life in adolescents Nick Kates
(commentator) 76
Review: cognitive behaviour therapy is beneficial in children with anxiety disorders Katharina Manassis (commentator)
77
Adding mixed amphetamine salts to divalproex sodium improves ADHD symptoms in children with bipolar disorder
and comorbid ADHD Janet Wozniak (commentator) 78
Valproate reduces alcohol consumption in people with comorbid alcohol dependency and bipolar disorder Charlene E
Le Fauve (commentator) 79
Lithium may reduce gambling severity in pathological gamblers with bipolar disorder Dr Robert Rogers and Professor
Guy Goodwin (commentator) 80
Adding a nurse-based intervention programme to usual care improves manic symptoms in people with bipolar disorder
Gary S Sachs (commentator) 81
Glycine and D-serine improve the negative symptoms of schizophrenia Emmanuel Stip and Louis Eric Trudeau
(commentator) 82
Review: pharmacotherapy provides minimal improvements in the neuropsychiatric symptoms of dementia Benoit H
Mulsant (commentator) 83
Review: short term psychotherapy is an effective treatment for psychiatric disorders Stephen Pilling (commentator) 84
Aetiology:
Review: migrants are at increased risk of developing schizophrenia Michael T Compton (commentator) 85
Low intelligence increases risk of suicide Julie Cerel and Kerry L Knox (commentator) 86
Cannabis use increases the risk of young people developing psychotic symptoms, particularly if already predisposed
Jean Addington (commentator) 87
Prevalence:
Intoxicant use increased among Norwegian adolescents between 1992 and 2002, and attempted suicides increased
among girls Hari D Maharajh (commentator) 88
Evidence based mental health, no 4, vol 8, 2005
EBMH notebook:
Risk assessment G Towl 91-93
With apologies to Albert: everything is not relative Dr David L Streiner 93
Prognosis:
The incidence of delirium in older people with a mood disorder is similar with lithium and valproate James A Bourgeois
(commentator) 95
Lifetime risk of suicide in people with schizophrenia lower than commonly reported Camilla M Haw (commentator) 96
Attendance at accident and emergency for deliberate self harm predicts increased risk of suicide, especially in women
Isaac Sakinofsky (commentator) 97
Early onset of drinking increases alcohol use in adulthood Yvonne Bonomo (commentator) 98
Diagnosis:
The sentence completion test for depression can distinguish between people with and without major depressive disorder
Bernd Löwe (commentator) 99
Therapeutics:
Long acting injectable naltrexone is effective and safe for treating alcohol dependence Therese K Killeen
(commentator) 100
Bipolar disorder in young people: divalproex sodium no more effective than lithium for maintenance Gabrielle A
Carlson (commentator) 101
Adding cognitive therapy to minimal psychiatric care prevents short term, but not long term, relapse in people with
bipolar disorder Mark A Lau (commentator) 102
Cognitive behavioural therapy reduces psychological distress in carers of people with Parkinson’s disease Georgina
Charlesworth (commentator) 103
Some psychosocial therapies may reduce depression, aggression, or apathy in people with dementia Nathan Herrmann
(commentator) 104
Collaborative care depression management for older adults: level of comorbidity does not affect outcome David K
Conn (commentator) 105
Collaborative care management improves physical functioning in older people with depression Martine A BuistBouwman (commentator) 106
St John’s wort is at least as effective as paroxetine in reducing severity of depression and is better tolerated Professor
Edzard Ernst (commentator) 107
Postnatal home visits from healthcare professionals show promise for preventing postnatal depression Frances A Carter
(commentator) 108
Adding hypnosis to cognitive behavioural therapy may reduce some acute stress disorder symptoms Dr Jonathan I
Bisson (commentator) 109
Coordinated care consisting of cognitive behavioural therapy plus medication improves panic disorder Dr Shailesh
Kumar (commentator) 110
Pharmacotherapy is an effective treatment option for generalised anxiety disorder Richard P Swinson (commentator)
111
Methadone plus contingency management or performance feedback reduces cocaine and opiate use in people with drug
addiction Nancy M Petry (commentator) 112
Aetiology:
Forensic database study suggests selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors do not increase the risk of suicide in people
taking antidepressants Andrea Cipriani (commentator) 113
Suicide risk peaks in first week of psychiatric hospitalisation and post-discharge Paul S Links (commentator) 114
Atypical antipsychotic use during the first trimester of pregnancy may not increase major malformations Louise M
Howard (commentator) 115
Prevalence:
Comorbid pain related somatisation is common in Latin Americans with major depressive disorder Stacey Hart
(commentator) 116
Prescription of pharmacotherapy for depression in elderly people varies with age, race, gender, and length of care
Stephen Crystal (commentator) 117
Fifteen per cent of people treated for mental health disorders are homeless Stephen W Hwang (commentator) 118
Evidence based mental health, no 1, vol 9, 2006
Prognosis:
Poor social and interpersonal functioning prior to diagnosis predicts poor outcome for people with first episode
psychosis Tor K Larsen (commentator) 5
Therapeutics:
Risperidone improves restricted, repetitive, and stereotyped behaviour in autistic children and adolescents Eric
Fombonne (commentator) 6
Atomoxetine improves teacher rated symptoms in children with ADHD more than placebo Joanne Barton
(commentator) 7
Multisystemic therapy reduces long term rearrest compared with usual treatment Alan E Kazdin (commentator) 8
Intramuscular haloperidol and olanzapine begin to reduce psychosis within 24 hours Dr Stefan Leucht and John M
Davis (commentator) 9
Review: no evidence to support gradual over abrupt switching of antipsychotics Monika Edlinger and W Wolfgang
Fleischhacker (commentator) 10
Individual dietary education reduces olanzapine associated weight gain Michael T Isaac (commentator) 11
Cognitive behavioural therapy does not improve outcome in obese women with binge eating disorder receiving a
comprehensive very low calorie diet programme Carlos M Grilo (commentator) 12
Cognitive behavioural therapy reduces nocturnal panic in people with panic disorder Thea Overbeek and Koen Schruers
(commentator) 13
Cognitive therapy is more cost effective than standard care alone for bipolar disorder Charles L Bowden (commentator)
14
Divalproex and lithium are similarly cost effective for adults with bipolar disorder David J Muzina (commentator) 15
Pharmacotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy: similarly cost effective compared with community referral for
disadvantaged women with major depression Mitchell K Byrne (commentator) 16
A structured activity programme reduces depressive symptoms in moderately depressed older men with coronary heart
disease, but not women Dr Jonathan R Price (commentator) 17
Training nursing home care staff to recognise psychopathology improves their ability to identify depressed residents
Lou Burgio (commentator) 18
Review: cholinesterase inhibitors reduce burden and care time for informal carers of people with Alzheimer’s disease
David W Gilley (commentator) 19
Neither vitamin E nor donepezil delays progression from amnestic mild cognitive impairment to Alzheimer’s disease in
the long term Deborah Blacker (commentator) 20
Review: light therapy is an effective treatment for seasonal affective disorder Michael Terman (commentator) 21
Supported employment interventions are effective for people with severe mental illness Deborah R Becker and Robert
E Drake (commentator) 22
Aetiology:
Epilepsy or a family history of epilepsy increases the risk of schizophrenia or schizophrenia-like psychosis Jacqueline
Foong (commentator) 23
History of psychiatric hospital admission increases the risk of suicide less in the very old than in middle aged people
Paul S Links (commentator) 24
Prevalence:
Suicide ideation and attempts are more prevalent in people aged 25–44 years in Australia but become less prevalent in
older people Norman B Schmidt (commentator) 25
Young people admitted with self-injury had more severe psychiatric disorders in 2000 than in 1990 Ilan Harpaz-Rotem
(commentator) 26
About 26% of people in the US have an anxiety, mood, impulse control, or substance disorder Bridget F Grant
(commentator) 27
About 30% of men with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorders have obsessive-compulsive symptoms Dost Öngür
(commentator) 28
Evidence based mental health, no 2, vol 9, 2006
EBMH notebook:
APA, NAMI, NMHA, and evidence-based behavioural medicine: a comment R M Kaplan, B Spring, and K Davidson
32-34.
Prognosis:
Review: longer duration of untreated psychosis is associated with worse outcome in people with first episode psychosis
Diana O Perkins (commentator) 36.
Cognitive function is not a prognostic factor for long term functional status in older people Rory O’Shea (commentator)
37.
Diagnosis:
The short form adult attention deficit/hyperactivity self-report scale is a useful diagnostic measure Malcolm R Garland
(commentator) 38.
Adding a question that asks whether help is wanted improves sensitivity of a depression screening tool Bernd Löwe
(commentator) 39.
Therapeutics:
Risperidone effectively increases rates of symptomatic remission of acute mania in people with bipolar disorder Sumant
Khanna (commentator) 40.
Aripiprazole reduces acute mania compared with haloperidol in bipolar I disorder and causes fewer adverse effects
Franca Centorrino (commentator) 41.
Olanzapine plus fluoxetine reduce depressive symptoms faster than either drug alone in people with treatment resistant
depression Seetal Dodd and Michael Berk (commentator) 42.
Review: cognitive behavioural therapy is more effective than control and similarly effective to pharmacotherapy for
generalised anxiety disorder R Michael Bagby and Lena C Quilty (commentator) 43.
Review: psychological treatments improve pathological gambling in the short and long term Robert David Rogers
(commentator) 44.
Methylphenidate hydrochloride reduces hyperactivity in children with pervasive development disorders Sarah E Shea
(commentator) 45.
Integrated care improves one year outcomes in first episode psychosis Suzanne Archie (commentator) 46.
First episode psychosis: olanzapine and haloperidol provide similar improvements in quality of life and social
functioning George Awad (commentator) 47.
Adding sarcosine, but not D-serine, to risperidone improves symptoms in people with acute phase schizophrenia Uriel
Heresco-Levy (commentator) 48.
Telephone delivered cognitive behavioural therapy improves depression in people with multiple sclerosis faster than
telephone delivered supportive emotion-focused therapy Marlene Taube-Schiff and Zindel Segal (commentator) 49.
Counselling and cognitive behavioural therapy reduce anxiety and depression in women with postnatal depression
Cindy-Lee Dennis (commentator) 50.
A universally administered primary prevention programme for depression reduces symptoms in German adolescents
with low self-efficacy Jeanie Sheffield (commentator) 51.
Continued escitalopram reduces risk of relapse in people with generalised social anxiety disorder Dan J Stein
(commentator) 52.
Combination treatment of behaviour therapy and medication significantly reduces obsessive-compulsive symptoms in
people who have responded to pharmacotherapy Jean Cottraux (commentator) 53.
Review: atypical antipsychotic drugs slightly increase mortality rates in elderly people with dementia Rosa Liperoti
(commentator) 54.
Abstinence incentives improve stimulant abusers’ compliance with community-based psychosocial treatments James L
Sorensen (commentator) 55.
Discontinuing risperidone results in relapse in children with autism spectrum disorders Richard P Malone
(commentator) 56.
Aetiology:
Adolescent panic attacks are associated with increased risk of personality disorder as a young adult Andrew J Baillie
(commentator) 57.
Anxiety disorders are a risk factor for suicidal behaviour Paul S Links (commentator) 58.
Prevalence:
Major depressive disorder is common in the US among Native Americans, women, the middle aged, the poor, and
widowed, separated, or divorced people Maree Teesson and Laura Vogl (commentator) 59.
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EDITORIAL Alexandrine SAINT-CAST 2
DOSSIER
Dialogue tonico-emotionnel et therapies corporelles Les angoisses corporelles archaiques en
psychomotricite
Le role du dialogue tonique dans la genese de la relation parentale et therapeutique Franco BOSCAINI 12
Le dialogue tonico-emotionnel. Reflexion a partir de la psychologie Martica CANIZAREZ HERNANDEZ 21
De la peau au corps en relation. Experiences mexicaines de l'application de massage infantile dans les troubles du
developpement Elvira SARRE IGUINIZ 24
Le dialogue tonico-emotionnel parent-bebe : une mise en scene de l'intersubjectivite, Gisele APTER-DANON &
Beatrice JARICOT 28
HOMMAGE A JEAN BERGES Franco Boscaini 34
Evolutions psychomotrices, no 64, vol 16, 2004
EDITORIAL Marc Guise
DOSSIER
LES ARTS MARTIAUX EN PSYCHOMOTRICITE
Le Tai Chi Chuan, outil d'integration du schema corporel aupres de jeunes deficients intellectuels Gilles Gaudry
Les katas du Karate : Outils d'appropriation du schema corporel et de I'espace Jean-Philippe Louvel
Les arts martiaux : une psychomotricite integrative Olivier R. Grim
Arts martiaux et sports de combat en psychomotricite : place de I'agressivite Marc Guise
Gerald ou le boxeur qui s'ignore Gregory Auer-Martin
ECRITS PSYCHOMOTEURS
La psychomotricite en geriatrie Maud Arrigo
Evolutions psychomotrices, no 65, vol 16, 2004
EDITORIAL Alexandrine Saint-Cast
DOSSIER
ECRITS PSYCHOMOTEURS
Les singularites du developpement psychomoteur de I'enfant Catherine Potel Baranes
Odyssee de I' Espace ! Elements de reflexion a partir d'une pratique sensorielle Jacqueline Grob, Bernard Marchal,
Christine Meurant, Jean-Marie Noel, Jean-Michel Boissenin-Worms
La reeducation scolaire ou l'association de la psychomotricite et de la scolarite dans une aide aupres d'adolescentes en
échec scolaire Christophe Cossetto, Nicolas Moreau
Images mentales et deficience visuelle Valerie Colin
Rencontre en psychomotricite d'un jeune enfant aveugle Lucile Houdre
La guidance parentale Philippe Scialom
EVOL'PSY PRATIQUE
La prise en charge orthoptique du jeune enfant Maud Arrigo
Evolutions psychomotrices, no 66, vol 16, 2004
EDITORIAL Jean-Paul Pes
DOSSIER
LE CORPS DANS L'EDUCATION A LA SANTE
Les adolescents, le sport et les consommations de substances justification, intention d'agir et comportements. Laurent
Grelot, Marc Souville, Fabrice-Olivier Lorente, Jean Griffet
Compétition cooperative : pour une nouvelle écologie de la citoyenneté sportive Olivier Robert
Le corps du danseur en representation Sabine Amoretti
Sante et performance un paradoxe ? Christiane Cahn
La sante, objectif de l'education physique et sportive : une experience en lycée professionnel. Anne-Marie DomergueDavid
La conscience corporelle chez I'enfant de 3 a 8 ans, pour une education a la sante Jean-Paul Pes
Evolutions psychomotrices, no 67, vol 17, 2005
Editorial Claudie Arnaud et Severine Alonso-Bekier
DOSSIER
LES PREMIERES ANNEES DE LA VIE
L'experience psychomotrice a la rencontre du bebe premature et de ses parents de porcelaine. Claudie Arnaud
Petit premature deviendra grand... ou necessite du suivi en psychomotricite Severine Alonso-Bekier
Prise en charge en psychomotricité autour du lien parents/enfants dans un service de reéducation pour enfants
presentant des atteintes neurologiques acquises. Eugenie Allez et Florence Simeoni
Psychomotricienne dans un CAMSP : l’experience d'un petit groupe ‘Musi-mot' , co-animé avec une éducatrice
spécialisée. Alexandra Maudhuy
L'enfant porteur de maladie chronique Severine Alonso-Bekier et Alexandra Renet
L'enfant né ici de parents nés ailleurs : reflexion sur la pratique transculturelle en therapie psychomotrice Anne-Claude
Jacob
RUBRIQUE
CORPS ET EDUCATION
La conscience collective : condition sine qua none pour les équipes apprenantes. Victoria Konidari
Recherche de sensations et perceptions du risque dans la pratique sportive et la conduite routiere. Celine Martha, Marc
Souville, Jean Griffer
Evolutions psychomotrices, no 68, vol 17, 2005
Editorial Alexandrine Saint-Cast
DOSSIER
BILAN PSYCHOMOTEUR. POUR UNE NOUVELLE SEMIOLOGIE ET
CLASSIFICATION DES TROUBLES (cahier 1)
La pychomotricite dans le monde. Origines, evolutions, actualites et perspectives Gerard Hermant
Le bilan psychomoteur, outil de mesure et/ou de comprehension ? Yves Le Roux
Le bilan psychomoteur : de la rigueur de l'évaluation à l'adaptation. Jean-Pierre Bade fort
Pourquoi une semiologie specifique aux psychomotriciens ? Simplicite et complexite. Franco Boscaini
Circulation de l'information dans I'accompagnement pluridisciplinaire une necessite de la geriatrie. Dominique Grave
L'evaluation neuro-psychomotrice du premature ou du nouveau-né a terme : dépistage précoce et prévention. Severine
Alonso-Bekier
Evolutions psychomotrices, no 69, vol 17, 2005
EDITORIAL, AVANT PROPOS ET INTRODUCTION Gerard Hermant et Philippe Scialom
DOSSIER
EROS, L'ADO, LES SENS
Un atelier d'écriture : proposer d'écrire Shafira Dahmoune-Le Jeannic
Transformation corporelle chez une adolescente de 12 ans : Une approche psychodramatique psychanalytique. Philippe
Perocheau
L'hydrothérapie d'une adolescente psychotique en hôpital de jour Dorota Chadzynski
Domptage de la pulsion Didier Lauru
Rapport des Sentinelles du corps mutant Philippe Scialom
Evolutions psychomotrices, no 70, vol 17, 2005
EDITORIAL Alexandrine Saint-Cast
DOSSIER
POUR LINE NOUVELLE SEMIOLOGIE ET CLASSIFICATION DES TROUBLES PSYCHOMOTEURS (CAHIER
2)
Le dessin du personnage et sa contribution au bilan psychomoteur. Maria-Beatriz da Silva Loureiro
Le dessin, espace intersubjectif entre I'enfant et le psychologue Georges Cognet
Les perturbations de la dominance laterale, consequences praxiques Jean-Paul Pes
Les Troubles d'Acquisition des Coordinations et les dyspraxies. Evolution des terminologies et de la demarche
diagnostique Jean-Michel Albaret
L'adolescent et son corps : conflit ou mutation ? Philippe Scialom
L'interet de la psychomotricite en prevention des decompensations de type schizophrenique chez le tres jeune adulte
Veronique Defiolles- Peltier
Rencontrer I'enfant et ses parents par I'entretien du bilan psychomoteur Pascal Bourger
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Fogli di informazione: Documenti e ricerche per l'elaborazione di pratiche alternative in campo psichiatrico e
istituzionale, no 202, nuova serie 2004
Psicofarmaci e malattia mentale atti del convegno internazionale Roma, 14 Maggio 2004
a cura di Giuseppina Gabriele
5 Presentazione di Giuseppina Gabriele
13 L’uso degli psicofarmaci in Italia Giuseppe Traversa - Roberto Da Cas - Nicola Vanacore
17 Problemi di valutazione scientifica degli interventi psicofarmacologici Giorgio Bignami
25 Proposte per un uso responsabile dei neurolettici Emanuela Terzian - Gianni Tognoni
29 The biochemical theories of mental illness: what should we believe (Commenti sulle attuali teorie biochimiche dei
disturbi mentali) Eliot S. Valenstein
49 Usi ed efficacia delle principali classi di psicofarmaci: una revisione critica Alessandro Ricci – Corrado Barbui
57 What is known about psychological alterations produced by psychiatric drugs? (cosa si sa realmente delle alterazioni
psicologiche prodotte da farmaci psichiatrici?) David Cohen
73 Dell’Evidence based Medicine, del Farmaco e della Cura: la realtà della contenzione fisica e la leggenda della
cosiddetta contenzione chimica Luigi Attenasio
91 Psichiatria, scienza e potere Luciano Sorrentino
101 Il concetto di “depressione sottosoglia” Dopo la chirurgia plastica anche la psicofarmaco terapia diventa “estetica”
Paolo Serra
105 Psicofarmaci: orientarsi in rete Gianpiero Fiorillo
113 Il registro italiano dell’ADHD Stefano Vella – Pietro Panei
117 Uso degli psicofarmaci in età evolutiva Enrico Nonnis
121 Farmacoterapia nell’alcolismo Mauro Ceccanti
127 Psicofarmaci: le ragioni del più forte Rocco Canosa - Emilio Lupo
133 Salute Mentale e poteri del mercato. Il dominio della psicofarmacologia e le sue contraddizioni Agostino Pirella
Fogli di informazione: Documenti e ricerche per l'elaborazione di pratiche alternative in campo psichiatrico e
istituzionale, no 203, nuova serie 2004
a cura di Lorenzo Toresini
SPDC aperti e senza contenzioni per i diritti inviolabili della persona
5 Il valore etico del cambiamento e l’abolizione della contenzione Luigi Attenasio, Giuseppina Gabriele
21 Lo scandalo della contenzione Rocco Canosa
31 Reparto con le porte aperte, reparto nel territorio Stefano Egidi
35 L’SPDC di Mantova. Qualità e accreditamento Luigi Benevelli
39 Gestione e miglioramento continuo della qualità negli SPDC Giovanna Nober, Michael Brühl, Federico Doneddu
42 Porta aperta, porta chiusa Bruno Norcio
49 Gestione e miglioramento emotivo di qualità negli SPDC Giuseppe Guido Pullia
57 La contenzione Leonardo Grassi e Fabrizio Ramacciotti
67 L’SPDC aperto e senza legature. La sfida della cura Lorenzo Toresini
83 La follia di essere nel mondo. SPDC aperto e senza contenzioni: una sfida nella complessità Liliana Zedda
Fogli di informazione: Documenti e ricerche per l'elaborazione di pratiche alternative in campo psichiatrico e
istituzionale, no 204, nuova serie 2005
ITALIA- INGHILTERRA: PSICHIATRIE A CONFRONTO POLITICHE, LEGGI,
PRATICHE
Roberto Chiapparoli e Simona Mandirola
Presentazione di Agostino Pirella
In questo volume, che riteniamo indispensabile per ogni operatore della salute mentale e per chi si deve confrontare
comunque con questo tipo di problemi, sono descritti, presentati e discussi con intelligente modalità espositiva, sia i
testi legislativi (di cui si dà la versione inglese e la traduzione) che le esperienze psichiatriche e di salute mentale in atto
in Gran Bretagna.
Non è la prima volta che le esperienze britanniche e italiane vengono messe a confronto. Ma è la prima volta che viene
pubblicata una vasta e puntuale documentazione in Italia sui diversi aspetti dell’assistenza psichiatrica inglese in
confronto con le esperienze italiane.
E’ da segnalare l’attenzione dedicata nel volume all’approccio del governo Blair, insediatosi per la prima volta nel
1998, alla gestione della salute mentale.
Blair parte dalla considerazione che l’assistenza territoriale ha fallito e che dovrebbe essere sostituita da qualcosa di
meglio. La degenza negli ospedali psichiatrici è ammessa e viene accettato l’elettroshock come “trattamento che può
salvare la vita”.
Risulta tuttavia netto, nell’esperienza inglese diversamente da quella italiana, il tentativo di assegnare un ruolo
maggiore e talvolta decisivo all’assistenza sociale nel decidere il destino dei pazienti. Esso però resta affidato ad un
giudizio psichiatrico e legale per la valutazione del “rischio di pericolosità” ancora presente nella pratica e nella
giurisprudenza inglesi. Tale giudizio, a causa di episodi – comunque isolati – di criminalità legata a gravi disturbi
definiti “di personalità”, ha orientato il governo inglese e una parte significativa dell’opinione pubblica a considerare
necessarie “Unità di alta sicurezza” sulle quali si è aperto un dibattito e si sono sviluppate iniziative critiche.
Il cammino per un’Europa senza manicomi appare ancora lungo e difficile.
9 PRESENTAZIONE di Agostino Pirella
17 INTRODUZIONE
21 CAPITOLO 1: LE COMUNITÀ TERAPEUTICHE
1.1 PREMESSE STORICHE
1.2 LA NASCITA DELLE COMUNITÀ TERAPEUTICHE
1.2.1 Gli esperimenti di Northfield
1.2.2 La prima esperienza di Maxwell Jones
1.2.3 Una sterile iniziativa
1.3 LA COMUNITÀ TERAPEUTICA DI MAXWELL JONES
1.3.1 Alcuni aspetti critici
1.4 BREVEMENTE, PER CONCLUDERE
32 CAPITOLO 2: IL SERVIZIO SANITARIO NAZIONALE E L’ANTIPSICHIATRIA
2.1 NAZIONALIZZAZIONE E WELFARE STATE
2.1.1 Il Servizio Sanitario Nazionale
2.1.2 La Commissione Reale del 1954
2.1.3 Le alternative al manicomio
2.1.4 Per concludere: verso la community care?
2.2 L’INTRODUZIONE DEGLI PSICOFARMACI
2.3 PSICOFARMACI E BIOPSICHIATRIA: UNA DIGRESSIONE
2.4 L’ASSOCIAZIONISMO DEGLI UTENTI E LA GUARIGIONE
2.5 IL MOVIMENTO ANTIPSICHIATRICO DI LAING E COOPER
2.5.1 Esperienze di antipsichiatria
2.5.2 La lotta dell’antipsichiatria
2.6 BREVEMENTE, PER CONCLUDERE
50 CAPITOLO 3: PERCORSI DI RIFORMA IN ITALIA
3.1 LA LEGGE SUGLI ALIENATI DEL 1904
3.2 LEGGE 18 MARZO 1968, N.431
3.3 PERCORSI DI RIFORMA IN ITALIA
3.4 LA LEGGE DI RIFORMA PSICHIATRICA
3.4.1 I punti chiave della legge
3.4.2 Significato e critiche della legge
3.4.3 Deospedalizzazione non è deistituzionalizzazione
3.4.4 Effetti della 180 nel mondo
3.5 LEGGE 23 DICEMBRE 1978, N. 833
62 CAPITOLO 4: L’INERZIA OSPEDALIERA
4.1 CRISI DELLA PSICHIATRIA ISTITUZIONALE?
4.1.1 Welfare state e capitalismo
4.1.2 La ‘nuova’ psichiatria
4.1.3 L’inerzia ospedaliera
4.2 1983 MENTAL HEALTH ACT
4.2.1 Alcuni Documenti Ministeriali
4.2.2 Articoli della legge
4.2.3 Oltre la psichiatria: le altre professioni
4.3 BREVEMENTE, PER CONCLUDERE
74 CAPITOLO 5: LA RIFORMA DEL SERVIZIO SANITARIO NAZIONALE
5.1 1990 NHS AND COMMUNITY CARE ACT
5.1.1 Alcuni Documenti Ministeriali
5.1.2 La divisione tra purchaser e provider
5.1.3 Brevemente, per concludere
5.2 LE STRATEGIE DI INTERVENTO: IL CASE MANAGEMENT
5.2.1 Primary care, il ruolo dei medici di base
5.2.2 Secondary care, CMHT, CPA e care management
5.2.3 Strumenti per agire
5.3 LA DIFFICILE ATTUAZIONE DELLA COMMUNITY CARE
5.4 5.4 BREVEMENTE PER CONCLUDERE
89 CAPITOLO 6: PROPOSTE PER UNA NUOVA LEGGE
6.1 IL RUOLO DEI MEZZI DI COMUNICAZIONE DI MASSA
6.1.1 Violenza, malattia mentale e community care
6.2 PROPOSTE PER UNA NUOVA LEGGE
6.2.1 La pubblica sicurezza
6.2.2 Il miglior interesse
6.2.3 La pericolosità
6.2.4 Nuove procedure per il trattamento obbligatorio
6.2.5 Il nuovo tribunale
6.2.6 Gli scopi della nuova legge
6.3 UN’ULTIMA INNOVAZIONE
6.4 BREVEMENTE, PER CONCLUDERE
103 CAPITOLO 7: NUOVI INDIRIZZI DI PSICHIATRIA TERRITORIALE IN ITALIA
7.1 PROGETTO-OBIETTIVO “Tutela della salute mentale” 1994-96
7.2 IL PROCESSO DI AZIENDAZLIZZAZIONE DELLE USL
7.2.1 Gli indicatori di qualità nei servizi di salute mentale
7.2.2 A proposito di ‘valutazione’
7.3 PROGETTO OBIETTIVO NAZIONALE 1998-2000
7.4 RITORNO AL PASSATO: LE NUOVE PROPOSTE DI LEGGE
7.5 IL RUOLO DEGLI PSICOFARMACI NELLA RIFORMA
7.6 BREVEMENTE, PER CONCLUDERE
114 CAPITOLO 8: UN CONFRONTO
8.1 PREMESSA
8.2 ALCUNE DIFFERENZE
8.2.1 Due percorsi alternativi
8.2.2 Autonomia locale
8.2.3 Integrazione dell’assistenza primaria e secondaria
8.2.4 La strutturazione dell’intervento
8.3 OLTRE LE DIFFERENZE
8.3.1 L’ideologia manicomiale
8.3.2 La continuità dell’intervento
8.3.3 I nuovi utenti
8.3.4 La formazione degli operatori
8.3.5 Brevemente, per concludere
8.4 BREVEMENTE, PER CONCLUDERE
129 BIBLIOGRAFIA
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Giornale di neuropsichiatria dell’età evolutiva, no 1, vol 24, 2004
Budget, qualità, e organizzazione dei servizi di neuropsichiatria dell’infanzia e
dell’adolescenza
Editoriale
La Neuropsichiatria dell'Infanzia e dell'Adolescenza e l'Organizzazione dei ServiziD. Besana, A. Costantino
Articoli per invito
La gestione dei processi assistenziali tra esigenze dell'organizzazione e qualità G. Casati, M. C. Vichi, V. RobertiI
Servizi di Neuropsichiatria dell'Infanzia e dell'Adolescenza: analisi organizzativae gestione delle risorse D. Besana, F.
Nardocci
La valutazione nel processo di budgeting e reporting dei Servizi di Neuropsichiatria Infantile A. Pasdera, F. Zorzet
Miglioramento continuo di qualità: breve sintesi sullo stato dell'arte e due proposte A. Costantino, M. Camuffo, P.
Morosini
L'Accreditamento professionale tra pari nella pratica dei servizi A. Erlicher
Ipotesi applicative dell'accreditamento professionale per i servizi territoriali di NPIA M. Camuffo, A. Costantino
Giornale di neuropsichiatria dell’età evolutiva, no 3, vol 24, 2004
Tema monografico
Le Malattie Neuromuscolari in Età Evolutiva: attualità sulle metodiche diagnostico-terapeutiche e sulle basi biologicomolecolari
A cura di Antonella Pini e Francesco Muntoni
Introduzione G. Lanzi
Le distrofinopatie: la proteina, la patogenesi e le strategie terapeutiche L. Morandi, M. Mora, S. Zanotti
Dati recenti sulla Distrofia Facioscapoloomerale C.P. Trevisan, M.T. Rigoni, E. Pastorello
Le distrofie muscolari dei cingoli (LGMD) E. Pegoraro, M. Fanin, C. Angelici
Distrofie muscolari congenite S. Messina, E. Mercuri, F. Muntoni
Amiotrofie spinali A. Berardinelli
Le miastenie congenite D.M. Bonifati
Sindromi miotoniche e miopatie da difetto dei canali ionici di membrana T. Mongini, P. Boffi
Miopatie congenite E. Bertini, A. D'Amico
Miopatie metaboliche C. Bruno, C. Minett
Miopatie infiammatorie A. Pini, M. Giannotta
Neuropatie periferiche E. Veneselli, L. Doria Lamba
Problematiche diagnostiche nelle ipercreatin-fosfockinasiemie occasionali asintomatiche in eta evolutiva A. Pini, L.
Morandi
11 monitoraggio cardiorespiratorio A. Berardinelli, F. Muntoni
Il lattante ipotonico neuromuscolare: dal segno clinico alla diagnosi R. Falsaperla, A. Patti, L. Mazzone
Giornale di neuropsichiatria dell’età evolutiva, no 1, vol 25, 2005
Editoriale
Neurologia Pediatrica, Psichiatria Infantile, Neuropsichiatria Infantile:una controversia
anacronistica
Articoli scientifici originali
Trattamento aggiuntivo con sertralina nell'anoressia nervosa in adolescenza: follow-up naturalistico a 8 mesi F.
Muratori, R. Carissimo, S. Maestro, V. Viglione, L. Picchi, S. Calderoni, C. Montalto
I1 deficit di attenzione sociale nell'autismo S. Maestro, F. Apicella, A. Cesari, C. Pecini, F. Muratori
Valutazione del confine del se al Test di Rorschach: nuove prospettive teorico-cliniche e metodologiche nell'anoressia
nervosa in adolescenza. Studio di 25 pazienti A. Anichini, G. Delia, R. Gemello, A. Peloso, R. Rigardetto
Contributo alla valutazione standardizzata dell'eloquio narrativo nei bambini A. Tavano, P. De Fabritiis, F. Fabbro
Articoli brevi e casi clinici
La compressione prolungata delle arterie extracraniche: nuova possibilità di trattamento dell'accesso emicranico Y.
Hmaidan, C. Cianchetti
Dolore muscolo-scheletrico e Sindromi dolorose funzionali in età evolutiva: protocollo diagnostico-terapeutico e
contributo casistica L. Doria Lamba, L. Saccomani, E. Cristiani, G. Sodini, G. Giribaldi
Primo studio in aperto sull'utilizzo della riboflavina in soggetti con cefalea in età evolutiva A. Arbizzani, A. Posar, A.
Parmeggiani
Articoli speciali per invito
Emimegalencefalia C. Di Rocco, L. Massimi
Note di aggiornamento
Lo spettro ossessivo-compulsivo: definizione, implicazioni cliniche e di ricerca, possibili applicazioni in eta evolutiva
C. Planner, S. Presta, S. Millepiedi, D. Marazziti G. Masi
Aspetti psicopatologici associati all'obesità in età evolutiva S. Cortese, C. Maffeis, F. Pajno Ferrara, B. Dalla
Bernardina
Conferenze
Conduites therapeutiques chez 1'autisme (experiences personnelles) R. Soulayrol
Problemi di riabilitazione in eta evolutiva A. Ferrari
Giornale di neuropsichiatria dell’età evolutiva, suppl. no 1, vol 25, 2005
Linee Guida per 1'Autismo Raccomandazioni tecniche-operative per i servizi di
Neuropsichiatria dell'Età Evolutiva
Premessa
Linee Guida per la Diagnosi e la Valutazione
I. Criteri diagnostici per la Diagnosi di Autismo
1.1. Suggerimenti clinici per la lettura dei criteri diagnostici del DSM-IV TR
1.2. Strumenti diagnostici
II. La valutazione clinica globale
11.1. Incontri dedicati ai genitori
11.2. Incontri dedicati al bambino
III. Le indagini strumentali e di laboratorio
IV. La diagnosi differenziale
V. La restituzione
Linee Guida per lo Screening
I. Età di esordio dell'Autismo
II. La sorveglianza sullo sviluppo
III. L'invio ai servizi di Neuropsichiatria Infantile
Linee Guida per il Trattamento
I. Considerazioni generali
II. 11 Panorama internazionale
11.1. Le strategie di intervento
11.2. I modelli di presa in carico
III. Suggerimenti operativi per i servizi di Neuropsichiatria Infantile
111.1. Indicazioni di trattamento per bambini in età pre-scolare
111.2. Indicazioni di trattamento per bambini in età scolare
111.3. Indicazioni di trattamento per 1'età adolescenziale
IV. Farmacoterapia
Giornale di neuropsichiatria dell’età evolutiva, no 2, vol 25, 2005
I disturbi dell’umore nel bambino e nell’adolescente
Introduzione
Depressione in età evolutiva: un dibattito aperto G. Levi
La fenomenologia del disturbo depressivo nelle diverse fasi evolutive C. Sogos, G. Levi
Depressione e disturbi della condotta alimentare M. Bertolini, F. Neri, 0. Uccellini
Il disturbo bipolare in età evolutiva: fenomenologia e comorbidità G. Masi, S. Millepiedi, M. Mucci, N. Bertini, C.
Pfanner, S. Berloffa
I percorsi delta maniacalità: il crocevia dell'adolescenza M. Ferrara, M. Tafuro, T.J. Carratelli
Disturbi dell'umore e tentativi di suicidio in adolescenza A. Condini, L. Bianchin, G. De Rdnoche
Depressione e abuso di sostanze in adolescenza G. Rigon, S. Costa
Modello per una psicoterapia psicoanalitica nelle depressioni in adolescenza G. Monniello, M. Santacroce, P.
Cervellera, T. Carratelli
La Terapia Cognitivo-Comportamentale nel Disturbo Depressivo F. Mancini, C. Buonanno
Terapia farmacologica della depressione in età evolutiva: luci ed ombre G. Masi, B. Vitiello
Terapie farmacologiche del disturbo bipolare in età evolutiva S. Mannino, S. Paba, A. Zuddas
Diagnosi e trattamento del disturbo bipolare nuove acquisizioni e recenti controversie M. Maj
Giornale di neuropsichiatria dell’età evolutiva, no 3, vol 25, 2005
Editoriale
Certezze e incertezze sull'uso degli psicofarmaci in età evolutiva M. De Negri
Articoli scientifici originali
La farmacoresistenza nelle epilessie in età evolutiva: risultati preliminari su un campione di 159 pazienti P.
Avantaggiato, G. Lanzi, E. Marchioni, E. Alfei, F. Longaretti, P. Veggiotti
Profili clinici ed evolutivi dei Disturbi Multisistemici dello Sviluppo S. Maestro, F. Muratori, G. Valvo
La regressione nell'autismo F. Muratori, E. Santocchi, B. Parrini, C. Pari, R. Tancredi
Bambini ai confini dello spettro autistico: un'indagine preliminare attraverso una nuova griglia per l'osservazione degli
scambi comunicativi M. Gibertoni, R. Padovani
Diagnosi precoce e prevenzione dei disturbi dell'apprendimento: analisi di un campione pilota S. Oriani, I. Cortinovis,
P. Curone, M.T. Gris, E. Malgrati, C. Marchetti, R. Raia, C. Tebaldi, G.A. Chiarenza
Funzioni e disfunzioni prassiche: confronto tra diverse popolazioni cliniche G.B. Camerini, A.M. Sannicola, F. Vezzosi,
S. Vicini, E. Caffo
Una scala di valutazione della sintomatologia ADHD per un utilizzo clinico D. Mugnaini, F. Favitta, C. Chelazzi, C.
Romagnoli
Articoli brevi e casi clinici
L'esordio del disturbo autistico: analisi di una casistica di 37 nuovi casi diagnosticati all'interno dell'UONPIA di Brescia
S. Gambara, F. Gitti, A. Mazza, S. Micheli, G. Allibrio, A. Azzanelli, S. Biondi, F. Polo, A. Tiberti
Celiachia, patologie gastrointestinali e anomalie delta sfera alimentare nei disturbi pervasivi dello sviluppo G. Barcia,
A. Posar, A. Parmeggiani
Disturbi dell'apprendimento, epilessia e punte-onda continue net sonno I. L'Erario, A. Posar, M. Santucci, A.
Parmeggiani
Progetto "Spazio Verde": primi risultati di un'esperienza riabilitativa con bambini autistici in età prescolare L. Russo, R.
Galluzzi, A. Lerna, A. Trabacca, A. Massagli
Delezione 22g13 e punte-onda continue nel sonno (POCS) G. Giana, A. Arbizzani, A. Posar, S. Sangiorgi, A.
Parmeggiani
Note di aggiornamento
Le alterazioni del sonno e delta vigilanza associate all'ADHD S. Cortese, M. Lecendreux, E. Konofal, F. Pajno Ferrara,
B. Dalla Bernardina
La terapia dell'attacco emicranico con triptani nell'età evolutiva P.A. Battistella
La terapia di profilassi dell'emicrania in età evolutiva: nuovi orientamenti con i farmaci antiepilettici G. Mazzotta, B.
Gallai, R. Monni
Conferenze
Epilessia e Psichiatria M. De Negri
Riflessioni su una psico-pato-analisi dello sviluppo P. Pfanner
Ricordo di Carla Marzani
Ricordo di Giorgio Mauro Schirripa
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Giornale di neuropsicofarmacologia, no 1, anno 27, 2005
PROSPETTIVE TERAPEUTICHE
Aspetti scientifici relativi agli studi clinici a scopo regolatorio dei farmaci per la malattia di Alzheimer
E. Grossi
EDITORIALE
Il troppo ed il troppo poco della terapia medica
M. Trabucchi
Giornale di neuropsicofarmacologia, no 4, anno 27, 2005
La complessita nella ricerca dell'evidenza in medicina
M. Trabucchi
ARTICOLO ORIGINALE
Focus sulla depressione dopo ictus: trattamento o profilassi?
L. Tremolizzo, D. Ceppi A. Galbussera, I. Appollonio
RASSEGNA
Problemi neurologici in gravidanza
N. Adab
PROSPETTIVE TERAPEUTICHE
La CDP-colina nel trattamento della malattia di Parkinson
F. Bracco, CDP-choline Study Group
Giornale di neuropsicofarmacologia, no 1, anno 28,, 2006
EDITORIALE
Un approccio più globale ed umano alla depressione geriatrica
M. Trabucchi
L'epilessia nelle donne: considerazioni diagnostiche e terapeutiche
L. Nadiminti, A. Wilner
Depressione e malattie somatiche nell'anziano: natura e significato del rapporto
R. Rozzini
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ITACA, no 26, anno 9, maggio agosto 2005
Dipendenze e depressione
IL LUTTO NELL'AGIRE TOSSICOMANICO
Raffaele Fischetti Amedea Lo Russo Ermanno Margotti
AFFETTI, RAPPRESENTAZIONI E DISTURBI DELL'UMORE
Davide Banon, Lucia D'Incerti
DISTURBI DELL'UMORE E COMORBILITA PSICOPATOLOGICA NEI DISTURBI CORRELATI A SOSTANZE
Sarah Candotti Massimo Clerici Riccardo C. Gatti Doriana Lo sasso Maria Marasco GianMarino Vidoni
TOSSICODIPENDENZA E DEPRESSIONE: UNA DECLINAZIONE AL FEMMINILE
Marina Paties
TABAGISMO E DEPRESSIONE: ALL'ASCOLTO DI UN SINTOMO
M. Caterina Staccioli
CONCLUSIONI Maurizio Coletti
Sezione teoria e pratica o...CHE LA STRADA SIA LUNGA, FERTILE IN AVVENTURE ED ESPERIENZE»
Esperienze e riflessioni vengono messe a confronto. La sezione presenta casi clinici e di intervento, ricerche
quantitative e qualitative, azioni preventive.
COPPIE E ABUSO DI SOSTANZE
Daniel Alhadeff Marina Croquette-Krokar Isabelle Chaudet Luisella Congiu-Mertel Rodolphe Soulignac Nicolas
Wermeille Jean Zufferey
VERSO UNA DIAGNOSI OPERATIVA
Emanuela Abriani Giuliana Chiappa Massimo Mari
IL MEDICO E LA MOTIVAZIONE DEL PAZIENTE
Antonio Bimbo
IL TRATTAMENTO AMBULATORIALE DELL'ALCOLISMO IN UN SERVIZIO PER LE DIPENDENZE
PATOLOGICHE
Loredana Acquadro Paolo Miola Michele Sartore Lorenzo Somaini
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Journal of clinical psychiatry, no 3, vol 67, 2006
341 Editorial: Circle of Honor.
342 Neural Correlates of the Affect Regulation Model in Schizophrenia Patients With Substance Use History: A
Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study.
351 Association Between Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Bulimia Nervosa: Analysis of 4 Case-Control
Studies.
355 Quetiapine in the Treatment of Anxiety in Patients With Bipolar I or II Depression: A Secondary Analysis From a
Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study.
363 The Epidemiology of DSM-IV Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia in the United States: Results From the National
Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions.
375 A Pilot Study on Differences in Aggression in New York City and Madrid, Spain, and Their Possible Impact on
Suicidal Behavior.
381 An Open-Label Trial of Risperidone Augmentation for Refractory Anxiety Disorders.
386 Use of Treatment Services and Pharmacotherapy for Bipolar Disorder in a General Population-Based Mental
Health Survey.
394 Persistent Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Following September 11 in Patients With Bipolar Disorder.
400 The Effect of Dermatologic Precautions on the Incidence of Rash With Addition of Lamotrigine in the Treatment
of Bipolar I Disorder: A Randomized Trial.
407 Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors in Autism: A Review of Efficacy and Tolerability.
415 Atomoxetine and Adult Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: The Effects of Comorbidity.
421 Effect of Mirtazapine Treatment on Body Composition and Metabolism.
425 Sociodemographic Characteristics and Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Patients With Severe Mental Disorders
Compared With the General Population. [CME]
434 Distinguishing Bipolar Major Depression From Unipolar Major Depression With the Screening Assessment of
Depression-Polarity (SAD-P).
443 Psychoeducation and Compliance in the Treatment of Schizophrenia: Results of the Munich Psychosis Information
Project Study.
453 Medication Adherence and Long-Term Functional Outcomes in the Treatment of Schizophrenia in Usual Care.
461 The Effects of Long-Term Clozapine Add-On Therapy on the Rehospitalization Rate and the Mood Polarity
Patterns in Bipolar Disorders.
468 Outcomes of Late-Life Anxiety Disorders During 32 Weeks of Citalopram Treatment.
473 A Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Prophylaxis Study of Adjunctive Gabapentin for Bipolar
Disorder.
478 Academic Highlights: Review of the Pharmacologic Management of Depression. [CME]
490
ASCP Corner: Use of Atypical Antipsychotics: Observations From Clinical Practice.
492 Letters to the Editor
Journal of clinical psychiatry, no 4, vol 67, 2006
509 Atypical Antipsychotics in the Treatment of Mania: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trials.
[CME]
517 Suicide Rates in Relation to Health Care Access in the United States: An Ecological Study.
524 Functional Impairments in Adults With Self-Reports of Diagnosed ADHD: A Controlled Study of 1001 Adults in
the Community.
541 Neurologic Soft Signs in Borderline Personality Disorder.
547 Weight Management Program for Treatment-Emergent Weight Gain in Olanzapine-Treated Patients With
Schizophrenia or Schizoaffective Disorder: A 12-Week Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial.
554 A Systematic Review of Modafinil: Potential Clinical Uses and Mechanisms of Action.
567 Characterizing Impaired Driving in Adults With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: A Controlled Study.
575 Metabolic Syndrome and the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease in 367 Patients Treated With Second-Generation
Antipsychotic Drugs.
584 Differences in Axis I and II Comorbidity Between Bipolar I and II Disorders and Major Depressive Disorder.
594 Psychiatric Comorbidity in Binge-Eating Disorder as a Function of Smoking History. [CME]
600 Serotonin-Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitors in the Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Critical
Review.
611 A Randomized Double-Blind Trial of Paroxetine and/or Dextroamphetamine and Problem-Focused Therapy for
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Adults.
620 Moral Objections to Suicide: Can They Counteract Suicidality in Patients With Cluster B Psychopathology?
626 A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled 26-Week Trial of Aripiprazole in Recently Manic Patients With
Bipolar I Disorder.
638 Efficacy of Ziprasidone Against Hostility in Schizophrenia: Post Hoc Analysis of Randomized, Open-Label Study
Data.
643 Factors Associated With Temporal Priority in Comorbid Bipolar I Disorder and Alcohol Use Disorders: Results
From the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions.
650 Focus on Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders: In This Issue: The Genetic, Transcriptomic, and Proteomic
Study of Alzheimer's Disease.
652 Genetics, Transcriptomics, and Proteomics of Alzheimer's Disease.
671 ASCP Corner: Novel Transdermal Delivery Formulation of the Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitor Selegiline Nearing
Release for Treatment of Depression.
Journal of clinical psychiatry, no 5, vol 67, 2006
688 Prospective, Long-Term, Multicenter Study of the Naturalistic Outcomes of Patients With Treatment-Resistant
Depression.
696 An Open-Label Study of the Tolerability of Mixed Amphetamine Salts in Adults With AttentionDeficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Treated Primary Essential Hypertension.
703 The Brown Longitudinal Obsessive Compulsive Study: Clinical Features and Symptoms of the Sample at Intake.
712 Agitated "Unipolar" Major Depression: Prevalence, Phenomenology, and Outcome. [CME]
720 The Prescription of Psychotropic Medications for Patients Discharged From a Psychiatric Emergency Service.
727 A Comparison of Once-Daily and Divided Doses of Modafinil in Children With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity
Disorder: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study.
736 Bupropion Extended Release Compared With Escitalopram: Effects on Sexual Functioning and Antidepressant
Efficacy in 2 Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Studies.
747 Prediction of Recurrence in Recurrent Depression and the Influence of Consecutive Episodes on Vulnerability for
Depression: A 2-Year Prospective Study.
756 Lithium and Clozapine Rechallenge: A Retrospective Case Analysis.
761 Duloxetine Efficacy for Major Depressive Disorder in Male vs. Female Patients: Data From 7 Randomized,
Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trials.
771 Efficacy and Safety of Pregabalin in the Treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder: A 6-Week, Multicenter,
Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Comparison of Pregabalin and Venlafaxine.
783 Prevalence and Clinical Correlates of Medical Comorbidities in Patients With Bipolar I Disorder: Analysis of
Acute-Phase Data From a Randomized Controlled Trial.
789 Glucose Metabolism in Patients With Schizophrenia Treated With Olanzapine or Quetiapine: A Frequently
Sampled Intravenous Glucose Tolerance Test and Minimal Model Analysis.
798 A 24-Week Open-Label Extension Study of Olanzapine-Fluoxetine Combination and Olanzapine Monotherapy in
the Treatment of Bipolar Depression.
807 Improving the Recognition and Treatment of Childhood and Adolescent Mental Illness.
808 Juvenile Maladaptive Aggression: A Review of Prevention, Treatment, and Service Configuration and a Proposed
Research Agenda. [CME]
821 Psychiatric Comorbidity Assessed in Korean Children and Adolescents Who Screen Positive for Internet Addiction.
827 Validation of the Mood Disorder Questionnaire for Bipolar Disorders in Adolescents.
831 ASCP Corner: Commentary on the Clinical Antipsychotic Trials of Intervention Effectiveness (CATIE).
833 A Psychiatrist's Diary: No Further History.
835 Letters to the Editor
Journal of clinical psychiatry, no 6, vol 67, 2006
850 Are All Antidepressants Really the Same? The Case of Fluoxetine: A Systematic Review.
865 Extended-Release Bupropion for Patients With Major Depressive Disorder Presenting With Symptoms of Reduced
Energy, Pleasure, and Interest: Findings From a Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study.
874 Sertraline Treatment for Generalized Anxiety Disorder: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study.
882 Natural Course of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A 20-Month Prospective Study of Turkish Earthquake Survivors.
890 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Among Hospital Surgical Physicians Exposed to Victims of Terror: A Prospective,
Controlled Questionnaire Survey.
897 Haloperidol Dose When Used as Active Comparator in Randomized Controlled Trials With Atypical
Antipsychotics in Schizophrenia: Comparison With Officially Recommended Doses.
904 Obesity in Patients With Bipolar Disorder: A Biopsychosocial-Behavioral Model.
916 Predicting 5-Year Outcome in First-Episode Psychosis: Construction of a Prognostic Rating Scale.
925 A Gender-Focused Perspective on Health Service Utilization in Comorbid Bipolar I Disorder and Alcohol Use
Disorders: Results From the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions.
933 A Review of Treatment-Emergent Adverse Events During Olanzapine Clinical Trials in Elderly Patients With
Dementia.
946 Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder by U.S. Psychiatrists.
952 Serum Prolactin Levels Among Outpatients With Major Depressive Disorder During the Acute Phase of Treatment
With Fluoxetine.
958 Mood and Sleep in Parkinson's Disease.[CME]
964 Assessing Explanatory Models for Common Mental Disorders.
972 Off-Label Use of Antidepressant, Anticonvulsant, and Antipsychotic Medications Among Georgia Medicaid
Enrollees in 2001.
983 Academic Highlights: Preventing Clinical Deterioration in the Course of Schizophrenia: The Potential for
Neuroprotection.[CME]
991 ASCP Corner: Female Sexual Dysfunctions: What Controversy?
993 A Psychiatrist's Diary: Busman's Holiday.
Journal of clinical psychiatry, suppl 4, vol 67, 2006
Antidepressant Discontinuation Syndrome: Current Perspectives and Consensus
Recommendations for Management
3 The Nature of the Discontinuation Syndrome Associated With Antidepressant Drugs.
8 Physiologic Mechanisms Underlying the Antidepressant Discontinuation Syndrome.
14 Prospective Studies of Adverse Events Related to Antidepressant Discontinuation.
22 Monoamine Depletion Studies: Implications for Antidepressant Discontinuation Syndrome.
27 Antidepressant Discontinuation Syndrome: Consensus Panel Recommendations for Clinical Management and
Additional Research.
Journal of clinical psychiatry, suppl 5, vol 67, 2006
Managing Nonadherence in Schizophrenia: The Role of Long-Acting Agents
3 Epidemiology, Clinical Consequences, and Psychosocial Treatment of Nonadherence in Schizophrenia.
9 Review of Treatments That Can Ameliorate Nonadherence in Patients With Schizophrenia.
15 Risks Versus Benefits of Different Types of Long-Acting Injectable Antipsychotics.
19 Relapse Prevention and Recovery in the Treatment of Schizophrenia.
24 Instructions and Posttest
26 Registration Form and Evaluation Faculty Disclosure
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Journal watch psychiatry, 9 marzo 2005
SSRIs and Suicide Risk: A Concern for Adults, Too? (FREE)
BMJ 2005 Feb 19; 330:396
BMJ 2005 Feb 19; 330:385
BMJ 2005 Feb 19; 330:389
Nat Rev Drug Discov 2005 Feb; 4:165-71
BMJ 2005 Feb 19; 330:373-4
SSRIs and Suicide: A Positive Outcome
Arch Gen Psychiatry 2005 Feb; 62:165-72
Completed Suicide Following Attempts and Gestures
Am J Psychiatry 2005 Feb; 162:297-303
Real-World Treatment of Teen Depression in Primary Care
JAMA 2005 Jan 19; 293:311-9
Cognitive Therapy for Relapse Prevention in Bipolar Disorder?
Am J Psychiatry 2005 Feb; 162:324-9
Depression Prevalence and Subtypes of Multiple Sclerosis
Neurology 2005 Jan 25; 64:359-60
Are Anticonvulsants Tomorrow's Life Extenders?
Science 2005 Jan 14; 307:258-62
Interventions in Elementary School Improve Functioning in Adulthood
Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2005 Jan; 159:25-31
Artificial Food Coloring Promotes Hyperactivity
J Dev Behav Pediatr 2004 Dec; 25:423-34
Eating Disorder? Consider Anxiety Disorder, Too
Am J Psychiatry 2004 Dec; 161:2215-21
Shorter Hospice Stays: More Depression in Surviving Family Caregivers
Am J Psychiatry 2004 Dec; 161:2257-62
Journal watch psychiatry, 24 marzo 2005
Deep Brain Stimulation for Depression
Neuron 2005 Mar 3; 45:651-60
Does Telephone Therapy Work for Continuing Care?
Arch Gen Psychiatry 2005 Feb; 62:199-207
Can You Hear Me?
Neurology 2005 Feb 8; 64:514-23
Bipolar Patients in Primary Care: Do They Receive the Care They Need?
JAMA 2005 Feb 23; 293:956-63
Effects of MPH in Young Children with ADHD
J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2005 Mar; 44:249-57
Early Vegetative Symptoms Predict Interferon-Induced Depression
Psychol Med 2005 Mar; 35:433-41
Weight Loss Is Associated with Early Dementia
Arch Neurol 2005 Jan; 62:55-60
Moderate Drinking Might Decrease Risk for Cognitive Decline
N Engl J Med 2005 Jan 20; 352:245-53
N Engl J Med 2005 Jan 20; 352:289-90
Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use Among Midlife Women
Menopause 2005 Jan/Feb; 12:31-9
SSRIs and Soy Proteins Are Disappointing in Postmenopausal Women
Menopause 2005 Jan/Feb; 12:18-26
Menopause 2005 Jan/Feb; 12:56-62
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Is Thin Better Than Smart? Cognitive Effects of an Anticonvulsant (FREE)
Neurology 2005 Mar 8; 64:792-8
Olanzapine and Clozapine Increase the Risk for Hyperlipidemia
J Clin Psychopharmacol 2005 Feb; 25:12-8
Olanzapine Does Not Increase the Risk for Osteoporosis
J Clin Psychopharmacol 2005 Feb; 25:26-31
Extraversion and the Right-Posterior Fusiform Gyrus in Schizophrenia
Am J Psychiatry 2005 Mar; 162:599-601
Alternative Treatment for Migraines: CoQ10
Neurology 2005 Feb 22; 64:713-5
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Reviews of Note
Psychosom Med 2005 Jan/Feb; 67:1-8
Neuropsychopharmacology 2005 Mar; 30:445-60
Am J Psychiatry 2005 Feb; 162:214-27
J Clin Psychopharmacol 2005 Feb; 25:59-73
Am J Psychiatry 2005 Jan; 162:3-11
Mol Psychiatry 2005 Jan; 10:40-68
Science 2005 Jan 7; 307:30-2
Do Statins Reduce Risk for Dementia?
Arch Gen Psychiatry 2005 Feb; 62:217-24
Neurology 2004 Nov 9; 63:1624-8
"Stress Cardiomyopathy" -- Myocardial Stunning After Sudden Emotional Stress
N Engl J Med 2005 Feb 10; 352:539-48
Fidgeting and Obesity
Science 2005 Jan 28; 307:584-6
Science 2005 Jan 28; 307:530-1
Major Mental Illnesses Increase Perinatal Complications
Am J Psychiatry 2005 Jan; 162:79-91
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Repressed and Recovered Memories: Investigation of Source Memory (FREE)
J Abnorm Psychol 2005 Feb; 114:147-52
Emerging Perspectives: The Disconnection Hypothesis and Cognitive Dysmetrias in Schizophrenia
Depression and Cognition in TBI Patients
J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci 2005 Win; 17:61-5
Narrowing the Region of Interest for a Bipolar Gene
Am J Psychiatry 2005 Jan; 162:35-42
Mol Psychiatry 2004 Oct 19
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A Little Bit of Alcohol Counseling Goes a Long Way
J Gen Intern Med 2005 Jan; 20:7-13
Clinicians with Histories of Substance Abuse: What Leads to Relapse?
JAMA 2005 Mar 23/30; 293:1453-60
Long-Term Cognitive Effects of Childhood Cancer Treatment
Neurologist 2004 Nov; 10:293-310
Emotional Events May Be Immediate Triggers of Stroke
Neurology 2004 Dec 14; 63:2006-10
Parasuicide: Who's Serious?
Br J Psychiatry 2005 Jan; 186:60-6
When Does "Postpartum" Depression Begin?
Am J Obstet Gynecol 2005 Feb; 192:522-6
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War Is Hell
Biol Psychiatry 2005 Feb 15; 57:422-9
The Burden of Parental Bereavement
N Engl J Med 2005 Mar 24; 352:1190-6
No Iatrogenic Risk from Youth Suicide Screening
JAMA 2005 Apr 6; 293:1635-43
One Patient's Treatment Is Another Patient's Poison: The Roles of Glutamate and NMDA
Biol Psychiatry 2005 Feb 15; 57:430-2
Biol Psychiatry 2005 Feb 15; 57:433-6
Biol Psychiatry 2005 Mar 15; 57:577-85
An Endophenotype in Depression
Biol Psychiatry 2005 Feb 15; 57:319-27
Probing the Relation Between the PRODH Gene and Psychiatric Illness
Mol Psychiatry 2005 May; 10:479-85
Am J Hum Genet 2005 Mar; 76:409-20
Headache Treatment -- A Click Away
Behav Res Ther 2005 Mar; 43:277-92
Neonatal Withdrawal After SSRI Use in Pregnancy
Lancet 2005 Feb 5; 365:482-7
ADHD: Beyond Hyperactivity and Inattention
J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2005 Apr; 44:377-84
J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2005 Apr; 44:385-91
Is DHEA an Effective Antidepressant?
Arch Gen Psychiatry 2005 Feb; 62:154-62
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Which Psychotherapy for Acute Anorexia Nervosa?
Am J Psychiatry 2005 Apr; 162:741-7
Beliefs About Social Failure
J Anxiety Disord 2005 ; 19:245-74
Does Mirtazapine Work in OCD?
J Clin Psychiatry 2005 Apr; 66:515-20
Emerging Perspectives: New Ways to Predict and Treat Alzheimer Disease
Maintenance Pharmacotherapy for Childhood Bipolar Disorder
J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2005 May; 44:409-17
MS Fatigue: Aspirin Works, Modafinil Doesn't . . .
Neurology 2005 Apr 12; 64:1139-43
Neurology 2005 Apr 12; 64:1267-9
Is Fixed Dystonia Always Psychogenic?
Brain 2004 Oct; 127:2360-72
St. John's Wort vs. Paroxetine for Moderate-to-Severe Depression
BMJ 2005 Mar 5; 330:503-7
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Maltrattamento e abuso all'infanzia, no 1, vol 7, 2005
Vera Acquistapace, Chiara Ionio,
Cosa si cela dietro la trascuratezza?
Kathryn L. Hildyard, David A. Wolfe,
La trascuratezza: aspetti evolutivi e conseguenze
Vera Acquistapace, Chiara Ionio,
La trascuratezza: caratteristiche, segni ed effetti
Vera Acquistapace, Chiara Ionio, Luca Milani, Sarah Miragoli,
Segni e sintomi della trascuratezza: una ricerca empirica
Angelica Arace,
Scenari della genitorialità e violenza all'infanzia
Maria Grazia Castorina, Isabella Mastropasqua,
Formazione e supervisione degli operatori della Giustizia Minorile: un modello d'intervento preventivo sull'abuso
sessuale subìto e agito dai ragazzi
Stefania Crema,
Profili criminologici della violenza intrafamiliare e la legge 154/2001
Maltrattamento e abuso all'infanzia, no 2, vol 7, 2005
Paola Di Blasio, (a cura di),
Focus monotematico. La condotta sessuale nell'infanzia
Jane F. Silovsky, Larissa Niec,
Caratteristiche dei bambini piccoli con problemi della condotta sessuale: uno studio pilota
Sarah Miragoli,
Comportamenti sessualizzati come segnali di abuso sessuale
Paola Di Blasio, Sarah Miragoli,
I comportamenti sessualizzati dei bambini nel contesto scolastico
Rossella Procaccia,
Disturbi psichiatrici nei genitori e violenza all'infanzia
Vera Acquistapace, Luca Milani,
Gli operatori di fronte all'abuso sessuale: reazioni emotive e risorse personali
Stefania Crema,
Aspetti giuridici e psicologici dello stalking
Maltrattamento e abuso all'infanzia, no 3, vol 7, 2005
Marisa Malagoli Togliatti, Anna Lubrano Lavadera, (a cura di),
Focus monotematico. La Sindrome di Alienazione Genitoriale (PAS): epigenesi relazionali
Richard A. Gardner,
La relazione tra la Sindrome di Alienazione Genitoriale e la Sindrome da Falso Ricordo
Marisa Malagoli Togliatti, Marta Franci,
La Sindrome di Alienazione Genitoriale (PAS): studi e ricerche
Anna Lubrano Lavadera, Maurizio Marasco,
La Sindrome di Alienazione Genitoriale nelle consulenze tecniche d'ufficio: uno studio pilota
Paola Di Blasio, Elena Camisasca, Rossella Procaccia, Maria Cristina Verrocchio,
Children's resilience, protective and risk factors in therapy with abusing families
Silvia Fratus, Michele Mainardi, Cinzia Campello,
Più furbi di Cappuccetto Rosso
Paola Cattorini,
La violenza economica in famiglia come forma di maltrattamento del minore: le sue conseguenze e i rimedi giuridici
Maltrattamento e abuso all'infanzia, no 1, vol 8, 2006
Anna Maria Speranza, (a cura di),
Focus monotematico. Abuso e disturbi alimentari
Karen van Gerko, Mari Laura Hughes, Michelle Hamill, Glenn Waller,
Rivelazione dell'abuso sessuale infantile e cognizioni e comportamenti del disturbo della condotta alimentare
Anna Maria Speranza, Emiliano Alberigi,
La relazione tra abuso e disturbi alimentari: il ruolo della dissociazione
Luisella Brusa,
Disturbi alimentari e trauma
Francesco Montecci, Michela Di Trani, Cristina Arcangeli, Valeria Bugatti, Michela Castagna, Claudia Fiore, Ilaria
Giordani, Chiara Incerti, Giorgia Pietrobono, Silvia Ricci, Anna Valeria Rosmarino, Marika Somma, Catia Bufacchi,
La gravidanza come nodo cruciale della trasmissione transgenerazionale dell'abuso: studio retrospettivo su 96 soggetti
Maria Grazia Castorina,
Donne trafficate. L'impegno di un centro donne antiviolenza contro la prostituzione e la tratta, nel setting della
supervisione
Maddalena Bosio, Mariagnese Cheli,
Abuso sessuale infantile:i vissuti emotivi ricorrenti nell'esperienza clinica con pazienti adulti
Maria Grazia Lo Torto,
Profili problematici della disciplina normativa dell'affidamento familiare
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Medicina delle tosssicodipendenze, no 45, anno 12, 2004
TOSSICODIPENDENZA E DOLORE
EDITORIALE
Dolore e castigo
Pier Paolo Pani
FARMACOLOGIA
Fisiopatologia del dolore e trattamento farmacologico
L'esperienza "dolore" varia tra gli individui e tra le culture; le influenze culturali del dolore modificano a loro volta la
sua percezione da parte delle popolazioni di diverse culture. Un dolore eccessivo, o inappropriato, può determinare
sintomi depresivi, ansia e una notevole riduzione della qualità della vita
Gian Luigi Gessa
SOCIETA'
Le vie del dolore sono infinite. Curiamo i dolori inutili
La lotta ai dolori non necessari, cioè quei dolori non più eliminabili perché non sono più eliminabili le cause che li
hanno determinati, è un dovere morale prima ancora che un dovere civico. Esso ci impone di garantire una migliore
qualità della vita nel rispetto della dignità dell'uomo
Domenico Gioffrè
TERAPIA 1
L'uso degli oppiacei nel dolore cronico
l'aver osservato e dimostrato che l'uso apprpriato di oppiacei non si accompagna né allo sviluppo di tolleranza all'effetto
analgesico né alla comparsa di sintomi tossicomanici nei soggetti trattati in maniera adeguata, ha consentito di
ridimensionare uno dei tabù della medicina: il timore di rendere tossicodipendenti i pazienti affetti da dolore cronico
Carla Gambarana
TERAPIA 2
Il trattamento del dolore nel tossicodipendente e nell'alcolista
In via generale sia il tossicodipendente che l'alcolista, anche in trattamento farmacologico, pur presentando una
probabile alterata percezione dello stimolo doloroso, devono ricevere per il trattamento del dolore una terapia
analgesica che non differisce sostanzialmente da quella riservata agli altri pazienti
Felice Nava
Lettera aperta a medici e altri operatori sanitari sul trattamento della sintomatologia dolorosa con agonisti oppioidi in
corso di terapia con metadone
J. Thomas Payte
ESPERIENZE - PROPOSTE
Buprenorfina e gravidanza: case report
Dati scientifici derivati dalla letteratura internazionale suggeriscono che gli studi, sebbene non estesi, sull'uso della
buprenorfina in gravidanza, in Paesi in cui esso è permesso, non hanno evidenziato una maggiore incidenza di effetti
dannosi sul prodotto del concepimento, a fronte di una più bassa frequenza di sindrome astinenziale neonatale rispetto
al metadone
1 Antonio Apicella 1 Nino Caso 1 Vincenzo Buoninfante 1 Francesco Grieco 1 Elisabetta Aricò 1 Giulia Maria
Calabrese 2 Anna Pizzirusso 3 Luigi Stella
PROPOSTE - OPINIONI - RIFLESSIONI
Aspetti psicodinamici della correlazione tra personalità e addiction
In realtà le diverse osservazioni fatte, sia in campo psicoanalitico che in quello psichiatrico, hanno portato a escludere
l'esistenza di una personalità tossicomanica, a favore invece di una concezione della tossicomania come di un fenomeno
che sembra porsi in una relazione "possibile" con tutte e tre le strutture psichiche: nevrotiche, borderline, psicotiche
1 Vincenzo Caretti 2 Giuseppe Craparo
Medicina delle tosssicodipendenze, no 46, anno 13, 2005
EDITORIALE
Le tossicodipendenze e l'Evidence Based Medicine: un'occasione per scontrarsi con complessità ed incertezza
Marina Davoli
REVISIONI SISTEMATICHE
Trattamenti delle tossicodipendenze e dell'alcolismo: le revisioni sistematiche del Gruppo Cochrane su Droghe e Alcol.
Cochrane Library 2.2005
Il gruppo editoriale Cochrane su Droghe ed Alcol, che si è costituito nel 1998, è parte della Collaborazione Cochrane e
si occupa della conduzione di revisioni sistematiche dei trial sulla prevenzione, il trattamento e la riabilitazione dall'uso
problematico di sostanze psicoattive
Laura Amato, Marina Davoli, Simona Vecchi, Carlo A. Peducci
Medicina delle tosssicodipendenze, no 47, anno 13, 2005
Droga HIV
EDITORIALE
La mia storia con i tossicodipendenti
Paolo Emilio Manconi
CLINICA 1
HIV e tossicodipendenze
"Due avvenimenti del 1982 chiarirono, assai prima della scoperta dell'HIV, la natura della malattia: cominciarono ad
ammalarsi uomini e donne che erano emofilici o che facevano uso di stupefacenti per via venosa"
Paolo Emilio Manconi
FARMACOLOGIA CLINICA
Sostanze d'abuso ed infezione da HIVicodipendenze
"L'abuso di sostanze è un'evenienza comune tra le persone affette dal virus HIV, un suo mancato controllo si associa
spesso ad uno scarso risultato della terapia antivirale ed a una peggiore prognosi della malattia stessa"
Francesco Ortu
CLINICA 2
La gravidanza in donne HIV infette: un lieto evento?
"Anche nel nostro Paese è aumentato nelle donne HIV infette il desiderio di avere figli e si è ridotto il ricorso
all'interruzione della gravidanza. Del resto le misure preventive contribuiscono ad evitare l'incremento della nascita di
bimbi infetti da donne sieropositive"
Alessandra Meloni Milena Tuberi Stefano Guerriero Lucia Floris Maria Elena Cocco Gian Benedetto Melis
EPIDEMIOLOGIA
Epidemiologia dell'infezione da HIV/AIDS nel mondo
"Il numero di persone con infezione da HIV è in costante crescita in tutto il mondo, e le morti per AIDS sono in
continuo aumento soprattutto nelle regioni dell'Africa sub-sahariana"
Valentina Brisolese Emiliana Sanfilippo Arturo Montinieri Luciano Nigro
Disturbo bipolare ed abuso di sostanze: implicazioni per gli operatori dei Ser.T.
"La bipolarità degli individui tossicomani è spesso misconosciuta, anche perché ipomania e temperamenti affettivi non
sono indagati adeguatamente nella pratica clinica. In realtà, sembrano essere proprio le disposizioni temperamentali e le
forme ipomaniacali, piuttosto che i quadri maggiori, a rappresentare i principali fattori di rischio per la predisposizione
all'abuso di sostanze"
Giulio Pertugi Icro Maremmani
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Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence, no 7, vol 52 2004
Éditorial Les troubles du langage de l'enfant : reconnaître, évaluer… et après ?
P. Mazet, D. Cohen 441-441
La place du psychiatre dans la prise en charge des troubles du langage chez l'enfant et l'adolescent
D. Cohen, O. Lanthier-Gazzano, D. Chauvin, N. Angeard-Durand, R. Bénozio, N. Leblond et al. 442-447
On n'apprend pas tout seul
A. Bentolila 448-451
Mise au point Bases cérébrales de l'acquisition du langage : apport de la neuro-imagerie
G. Dehaene-Lambertz 452-459
Les troubles du langage de l'enfant. Hypothèses étiologiques spécifiques, perspective intégrative
M. Plaza 460-466
Point de vue Pour une reconnaissance du « trouble de lire »
S. Boimare 467-470
La place de l'orthophoniste dans la prise en charge multidisciplinaire
N. Denni-Krichel 471-477
Revue de la littérature Bilan orthophonique chez l'enfant atteint d'autisme : aspects formels et pragmatiques du langage
N. Courtois-du-Passage, A.-S. Galloux 478-489
Les techniques d'aide aux jeunes enfants sans langage
F. Cuny, A. Dumont, M.C. Mouren 490-496
Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence, no 1-2, vol 53 2005
Éditorial Un dossier : le temps « au présent » du bébé
A. Ciccone, D. Mellier 1-2
Temps présent et travail d'attention du bébé lors des retrouvailles après une séparation
D. Mellier 3-10
Le temps du post-partum immédiat. Une clinique du « qui-vive » et de l'après coup
J. Rochette 11-18
Travail psychique et maternité. De la « Transparence » à la symbolisation
M. Picco 19-23
L'expérience du rythme chez le bébé et dans le soin psychique
A. Ciccone 24-31
La position de retrait chez le bébé ou l'échec à maintenir le maintenant
A. Guedeney 32-35
Entre agonie primitive du bébé et angoisse signal, la genèse de l'anticipation
S. Missonnier 36-45
Autisme, motivation en résonance et musicothérapie
C. Trevarthen 46-53
Revue de la littérature Le stress prénatal : état de la question et perspectives
R. Graignic-Philippe, S. Tordjman, C. Granier-Deferre, A. Ribeiro, A.Y. Jacquet, C. Cohen-Salmon et al. 54-61
Devenir mère après avoir été abusée sexuellement dans l'enfance
D. Chabert, A. Chauvin 62-70
Les premiers liens : perspectives thérapeutiques et préventives
J. Wendland 71-77
Sensibilité et représentations des mères de nouveau-nés irritables
M. Hubin-Gayte, L. Ayissi 78-85
Tintinnabule : hôpital de jour mère-enfant ; du groupe au suivi individuel, de l'attachement à la séparation
P. Boucard-Plumet, I. Chaveneau 86-90
Intérêt de l'évaluation clinique en hôpital de jour pour jeunes enfants
F. Tanguy 91-96
Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence, no 3, vol 53 2005
Dysfonctionnements cognitifs liés aux pathologies limites à l'adolescence. Étude comparée de quelques tests projectifs
Schiltz 107-113
L'intégration scolaire ou un temps pour penser
Manin 114-120
Trouble hyperactif avec déficit de l'attention et trouble bipolaire sont-ils liés ?
Charfi, Cohen 121-127
Relations entre les expériences dissociatives et la consommation de cannabis chez l'adolescent et le jeune adulte
Ducongé, Chabrol 128-133
Les comportements de scarification chez l'adolescent
Richard 134-141
Manie et désinhibition sexuelle chez l'adolescente : intrications médicolégales et thérapeutiques
Nicolas, Consoli, Périsse, Cohen, Mazet 142-148
Expression psychopathologique autour de la chevelure. À propos d'un cas de trichotillomanie
Pradère, Serre, Moro 149-154
Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence, no 4, vol 53 2005
Aliénation parentale : un concept à haut risque
Hayez, Kinoo 157-165
La relation parents soignants dans le cadre de l'accompagnement des enfants en fin de vie
Derome 166-175
Troubles du comportement entre 18 et 36 mois : symptomatologie et psychopathologie associées
Lüthi Faivre, Sancho Rossignol, Rusconi Serpa, Knauer, Palacio Espasa, Robert-Tissot 176-185
Frères et sœurs face au handicap
Boucher 186-190
De quoi rêvent les cliniciens en pédopsychiatrie ? Vers un portrait du jeune « patient idéal »
Abella, Gex-Fabry, Manzano 191-194
Élaboration des problématiques narcissiques par le psychodrame individuel en groupe d'adolescents
Guilé, Ducasse, Aupetit, Albert 195-199
Médiation de l'eau dans l'autisme : Joachim ou la construction d'une première peau psychique
Brun 200-205
Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence, no 5, vol 53 2005
Œdipe-père. Aspects psychopathologiques de la paternité
Ebtinger 211-223
Penser la paternité contemporaine dans le monde occidental : quelles places et quelles fonctions du père pour le devenir
humain, sujet et citoyen des enfants ?
Hurstel 224-230
L'agressivité paternelle, hier et aujourd'hui
De Neuter, de Dorlodot-Marchetti 231-237
Souffrances des pères lors des divorces
Gaudard-Metz 238-244
Hébergement alterné et autorité parentale conjointe
Hayez, Kinoo 245-253
Le dessin de la famille chez les adolescents dont l'un des parents est cérébrolésé : étude préliminaire
Oppenheim-Gluckman, Marioni, Chambry, Aeschbacher, Graindorge 254-262
Processus d'attachement et processus d'adoption
Goubier-Boula 263-271
Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence, no 6, vol 53 2005
Editorial Maladie somatique et l'enfant, psychiatrie de liaison : pour quoi faire ?
Graindorge 275-276
Louis range pour ne pas perdre : rituels et réinvestissements corporels chez un enfant de quatre ans et demi
Graindorge 277-281
Mise en perspective des liens existant entre non-compliance et suicide à l'adolescence
Gautier, Johnston 282-289
Adolescence et polyhandicap : regards croisés sur le devenir d'un sujet
Scelles, Avant, Houssier, Maraquin, Marty 290-298
Approche des dimensions pondérales et corporelles de jeunes danseuses classiques amatrices vs professionnelles
Doumenc, Sudres, Sztulman 299-308
Caractéristiques psychologiques des enfants et des adolescents atteints d'amyotrophie spinale infantile
Rivière 309-313
Troubles psychopathologiques chez les enfants brûlés. Étude de 24 enfants hospitalisés à l'hôpital d'enfants de Nancy
Walha, Kabuth, Le Duigou-Marchenoir, Zeybeck, Fyad, Vidailhet 314-320
Tradithérapie et culture en Tunisie
Ellouze, Mezgheni, Belhadj, Bouden, Othman, Haleyem et al. 321-325
Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence, no 7, vol 53 2005
Éditorial La communication et ses troubles
Houzel 329-329
La question de la langue originelle de l'humanité de Frédéric II de Hohenstaufen à Winnicott et au-delà
Houzel 330-335
Quelques remarques sur la communication et ses troubles. Discussion de la conférence du Pr Didier Houzel
Constant 336-339
Les précurseurs corporels et comportementaux de l'accès au langage verbal
Golse 340-348
Communication préverbale dans le développement précoce et à l'émergence des états autistiques. Ressemblances et
différences
Haag 349-353
Liens et complexité dans la clinique de l'enfant et de sa famille. Le projet éco-étho-anthropologique
Miermont 354-368
Troubles autistiques, traumatisme et agressivité : leur élaboration à travers une thérapie « ludique »
Barrows 369-377
L'imitation : un langage sans mot, son rôle chez l'enfant atteint d'autisme
Nadel 378-383
Discussion de la conférence de Jacqueline Nadel : « L'imitation : un langage sans mots, son rôle chez l'enfant atteint
d'autisme »
Baleyte 384-385
Réflexions à propos des travaux de Colwyn Trevarthen : de l'analyse comportementale des boucles interactives à leur
appréhension psychanalytique
Graindorge 386-393
Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence, no 8, vol 53 2005
Développement cognitivo-émotionnel, régulation des émotions et comportements à risques : une étude exploratoire
chez l'adolescent
Bréjard, Bonnet, Pedinielli 395-400
Étude des habiletés graphomotrices chez l'enfant et l'adulte porteurs de trisomie 21 : approche développementale et
comparative
Tsao, Mellier 401-406
Se construire avec un handicap. L'au-delà du développement : un destin ?
Bénony 407-412
Biais de latéralité dans la façon de porter un très jeune enfant : une revue de la question
Donnot, Vauclair 413-425
Étude sur la maltraitance des enfants dans les familles au Togo et réflexion sur les normes éducatives
Dassa, Balaka, Douti, Banakinao, Kouassi, Agbèrè et al. 426-431
Connaissances et perceptions des violences domestiques à Lomé (Togo)
Dassa, Balaka, Douti, Agbèrè, Ahyi, Ferrari 432-436
Fétichisme et phobie dans le rapport de l'adolescent à son corps : endroit et envers d'une même symptomatologie
Dupont, Goldsztaub 437-446
Sévérité de la consommation d'alcool et de cannabis chez des adolescents tout-venant et délinquants
Zimmermann, Rossier, Bernard, Cerchia, Quartier 447-452
Cas clinique Une pratique nouvelle au centre de ressources autisme L-R : l'évaluation sur site
Pernon, Aussilloux 453-456
Neuropsichiatrie de l’enfance et de l’adolescence, no 1, vol 54, 2006
Éditorial Recherche et clinique
Myquel, Bizouard 1-2
Évolution des recherches en pédopsychiatrie : vers la subjectivité et une approche intégrée psychodynamique et
biologique appliquée à l'étude du développement normal et pathologique de l'enfant
Tordjman 3-8
Complexité et enjeux de la recherche clinique en psychiatrie de l'adolescent. À propos de l'étude du réseau dépendance
sur les dimensions psychopathologiques communes aux conduites addictives
Nezelof, Corcos, Bizouard, Jeammet 9-15
Recherche et facteurs environnementaux
Olliac, Bourrat, Garoux 16-28
L'hyperactivité avec troubles de l'attention : questions cliniques et épistémologiques
Bursztejn, Golse 29-37
À propos d'une recherche sur l'alliance thérapeutique dans les consultations précoces
Hervé, Paradis, Legras, Visier 38-44
Approche psychopathologique et développementale de la schizophrénie infantile
Speranza 45-53
Troubles non spécifiques du langage chez l'enfant
Gérard 54-61
Clinique et recherche sur les conduites à risques chez l'adolescent
Michel, Purper-Ouakil, Mouren-Simeoni 62-76
À propos de l'expertise Inserm relative au « trouble des conduites chez l'enfant et l'adolescent »
Misès 77-79
Neuropsichiatrie de l’enfance et de l’adolescence, no 2, vol 54, 2006
La fonction paternelle est-elle aujourd'hui devenue une fonction à géométrie variable ?
Levet 82-85
Jugement moral et trouble des conduites à l'adolescence : données françaises
Chudzik 86-91
Vulnérabilité aux schizophrénies à l'adolescence : revue de la littérature et applications cliniques
Bonnot, Mazet 92-100
La qualité de vie des adolescents récemment immigrés en Belgique : une étude prospective menée en milieu scolaire
Renard, Deccache 101-106
Le totem familial : évaluation thérapeutique des caractères dans la famille par des représentations d'animaux
Traube 107-116
Remarques sur le vécu affectif de la fratrie de quelques enfants sourds
Bouteyre, Jurion, Jourdan-Ionescu 117-124
Irritabilité du nouveau-né et dépression maternelle du post-partum
Ayissi, Hubin-Gayte 125-132
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Prospettive sociali e sanitarie, no 4-5, anno 35, marzo 2004
La conciliazione dei tempi di vita e di lavoro è il tema di questo doppio numero monografico di PSS, a cura di Chiara
Crepaldi, con articoli che lo affrontano da prospettive differenti: il mercato del lavoro, le politiche sociali, il privato
sociale, l’impresa.
Marina Piazza, in apertura, introduce il tema fissando l’attenzione sui tre principali ambiti che le politiche di
conciliazione coinvolgono: le relazioni tra uomini e donne nell’ambito familiare, sottolineando l’importanza di porre
sempre al centro il riequilibrio delle responsabilità familiari e professionali di entrambi i coniugi; le politiche aziendali e
la resistenza delle imprese a introdurre modalità organizzative capaci di garantire una maggiore flessibilità dei tempi di
lavoro; il territorio e il complesso dei servizi erogati dal pubblico, dal privato e dal non profit, che offrono risposte non
coordinate, prive di un’azione comune tra assessorati e attori delle politiche.
Segue l’articolo di Oliva e Samek che fa il punto sulle politiche dirette e indirette di conciliazione in Italia; Daniela Loi
ricostruisce i più recenti strumenti normativi volti a favorire la conciliazione relativamente da un lato alle previsioni
della l. 52/00 (congedi parentali e familiari, misure a sostegno della flessibilità di orario, coordinamento dei tempi della
città) e dall’altro alle politiche sociali per la conciliazione contenute nella l. 328/00.
Fellini e Pesce affrontano il tema dei voucher per la conciliazione come strumento di promozione delle pari opportunità
nell’ambito dei fondi strutturali, mentre Ruggeri e Lazzarotto presentano l’esperienza di un voucher di conciliazione
erogato nell’ambito delle politiche sociali promosso dalla Provincia di Arezzo.
Crepaldi, Dessi e Vanoni riportano i risultati di una ricerca sul fabbisogno di servizi di conciliazione realizzata presso
nove grandi aziende della Provincia di Varese e, infine, Pesaresi propone l’analisi di un particolare servizio di
conciliazione, quello legato all’accudimento dei bambini con meno di tre anni, presentando le esperienze europee di
nidi a domicilio.
Chiude il numero la rubrica mensile “Accadde domani”, a cura di A. Gambino.
Umanizzazione La conciliazione come ecosistema complesso M. Piazza p. 1
I più recenti strumenti normativi volti a favorire la conciliazione D. Loi p. 7
I voucher di conciliazione come strumento per la promozione delle pari opportunità I. Fellini F. Pesce p. 11
Nuovi spazi di progettazione per il voucher di conciliazione C. Ruggeri L. Lazzarotto p. 15
Il fabbisogno di servizi di conciliazione: un’indagine in 9 grandi aziende in provincia di Varese C. Crepaldi, C. Dessi,
S. Vanoni p. 18
L’esperienza europea dei nidi a domicilio: le assistenti materne per bambini con meno di 3 anni F. Pesaresi p. 24
Notizie Accadde domani A. Gambino p. 32
Prospettive sociali e sanitarie, no 15, anno 35, settembre 2004
Prendendo spunto da una situazione concreta, Alessandro Battistella apre il numero affrontando il tema della
costituzione di un’Azienda sociale consortile a dimensione provinciale in un territorio caratterizzato da storie di servizi
e problematiche sociali particolarmente diversificate.
Subito di seguito, prosegue la rassegna di esperienze regionali significative in tema di programmazione sociale con uno
scritto di Anna Rosetti sull’esperienza della Regione Emilia Romagna.
Don Virginio Colmegna e Mariagrazia Guida presentano l’esperienza della Casa della Carità, nata nel maggio 2002 in
un quartiere ai confini di Milano, per iniziativa del Cardinale Carlo Maria Martini.
La riproposta di un articolo apparso sulla rivista Social Work nel 1973 è l’occasione, per Gianni del Rio, per affrontare
il tema delle professioni di aiuto e delle loro problematiche.
Chiude il numero Cristiana Pessina con un articolo sul delicato tema dell’audizione protetta rivolta a minori vittime di
abuso.
Politiche sociali
L’Azienda consortile in scenari complessi A. Battistella
Politiche sociali
I Piani sociali di zona in Emilia-Romagna A. Rosetti
Povertà ed emarginazione
Una casa “oltre il confine della quotidianità” Don V. Colmegna, M. G. Guida
Professioni sociali
La saggezza del “burocrate” G. Del Rio
Minori
Audizione protetta nei casi di abuso su minori C. Pessina
Prospettive sociali e sanitarie, no 3, anno 36, 2006
Fausto Giancaterina prende spunto da difficili situazioni in cui possono trovarsi i disabili o i loro familiari, che non
sanno a quale istituzione rivolgersi in caso di bisogno, per affrontare il tema dell’integrazione fra sociale e sanitario.
Gavino Maciocco tratta dell’assistenza ai pazienti cronici nel mondo e presenta importanti tentativi in atto per
introdurre radicali innovazioni.
Anna Zenarolla, partendo da una riflessione maturata a seguito dall’analisi di un’esperienza di sperimentazione
dell’accreditamento per la gestione di un servizio, si sofferma sull’importanza del ruolo che la formazione in questo
contesto può svolgere.
Gabriele Codini propone uno scenario dell’attuale situazione della diffusione dell’Hiv, mentre, in chiusura, Chiara
Gabbrielli Salvadori affronta il problema per l’assistente sociale della riservatezza e del segreto professionale.
Integrazione Il giro dell’oca dell’assistenza F. Giancaterina
Servizi sanitari
Malattie croniche: nuovi modelli assistenziali G. Maciocco
Formazione
Formazione e nuovi rapporti pubblico-privato A. Zenarolla
Aids
L’infezione da Hiv in Europa G. Codini
Professioni sociali
Tra riservatezza e segreto professionale C. Gabbrielli Salvadori
Prospettive sociali e sanitarie, no 10/11, anno 36, 2006
Social planning e politiche sociali G. Costa
Le competenze professionali del social planner: ipotesi da una ricerca qualitativa F Minora
Costruire il welfare locale: la sfida del social planning C. Ranci
Profili professionali e competenze nel social planning: risultati di una ricerca quantitativa E. Pavolini
Le politiche sociali: contesti, bisogni e risorse C. Saraceno, a cura di G. Costa
Riflessioni da un percorso di formazione: it Master in Social planning L. Di Maria, M. Lo Schiavo, R. Villa
La progettazione sociale possibile F Olivetti Manoukian
La programmazione della rete e la progettazione multiattoriale H. Sirchia
La progettazione delle politiche sociali: temi e prospettive G. Costa
II social planning e la tensione alla valutazione N. Gigliotti
I1 social planner e la gestione associata dei servizi A. Battistella
Azioni di prossimita nel Dipartimento Pac, Asl di Varese A. Frontini
II social planner "all'incrocio dei venti": fra competenze tecniche e sensibilità relazionali U. De Ambrogio
La progettazione di un sistema di governance: un'esperienza A. Pellegrino, E. Cola
Questo doppio numero monografico di PSS, curato dal Laboratorio di Politiche sociali del Politecnico di Milano, a
incentrato sul tema della pianificazione, programmazione, progettazione, gestione e valutazione delle politiche sociali,
con una particolare attenzione alla dimensione locale. Presenta una serie di contributi sul social planning, un nome the
identifica nuove funzioni professionali the caratterizzano la programmazione nel sociale. II numero a diviso in quattro
parti: la prima, dedicata agli scenari entro cui si colloca l'intera partita del social planning; la seconda, rivolta a
tematizzare alcuni dei passaggi fondamentali nell'attività di social planning, centrali nella costruzione in itinere
dell'approccio alle politiche e agli interventi sociali qui proposto; la terza, raccoglie riflessioni attinenti alla costruzione
delle figura professionale del planner sociale mentre la quarta e ultima parte del numero accoglie la presentazione
sintetica di alcune esperienze di social planning.
Prospettive sociali e sanitarie, no 14, anno 36, 2006
Questo numero monografico di PSS è dedicato al fenomeno delle assistenti familiari e al problema della
regolarizzazione del loro lavoro, non solo dal punto di vista del contratto e dei contributi ma anche dell’organizzazione
in una rete territoriale e della formazione di queste lavoratrici. Il fascicolo contiene contributi di analisi, di riflessione e
di tipo più operativo. Sergio Pasquinelli, curatore del numero, introduce il tema analizzando brevemente le varie
tematiche aperte in questo campo. I tre contributi di ricerca che seguono si pongono tutti, in modo più o meno esplicito,
il tema della qualificazione e della regolarizzazione delle assistenti familiari. Tutte e tre le ricerche hanno un taglio di
tipo quantitativo, a differenza degli studi finora condotti nel nostro paese, a prevalente impostazione qualitativa.
Seguono interventi legati a specifiche esperienze, con particolare riferimento alla formazione di una figura professionale
dal profilo ancora incerto.
Politiche sociali
Assistenti familiari: le questioni aperte S. Pasquinelli
Qualificare il lavoro privato di cura in Lombardia D. Mesini
Politiche e caratteristiche del mercato privato dell’assistenza: il caso delle Marche E. Pavolini
Quale futuro per il welfare “low cost” delle badanti? P. Spano
La Provincia di Milano e il lavoro di cura domiciliare per anziani C. Minoia, G. Arosio
Quale formazione per le assistenti familiari? E. Ferrari, R. Villa
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Psichiatria di comunità, no 4, vol 3, 2004
EDITORIALI
Lo sviluppo della schizofrenia tra necessitàe possibilità: fattori di rischio e di protezione Massimo Morlino
Quail adolescenti per quali servizi Ilo Rossi, Flavia Alberini
INTERVENTI SU EDITORIALI
Una vita stupefacente Nuove droghe, stili di vita e modelli culturali Claudio Renzetti
II futuro dei Servizi italiani per la salute mentale Renato Piccione
ARTICOLI
II Piano regionale per la salute mentale approvato dalla Regione Lombardia: le implicazioni e le prospettive per
I'assistenza psichiatrica Lorenzo Petrovich, Mauro Percudani
RICHIESTI
ARTICOLI
Comunity terapeutiche e trattamenti protratti Luigi Ferrannini, Pietro Ciliberti, Cosimo Schinaia
Costruzione e sviluppo di una cartella clinica informatizzata in un sistema informativo per la psichiatria territoriale:
dalle difficoltà e resistenze, all'utilizzo diffuso da parte di tutti gli operatori Idana Morandin, Gerardo Favaretto
Che cos'e una Clubhouse? Joel D. Corcoran
II percorso dei pazienti con doppia diagnosi: I'esperienza dell'USL 1 imperiese Paolo Boselli, Marco Barbaro, Alina
Cirillo, Laura Franceschini, Giuseppe Gigliotti, Lucia Lasagna, Livio Munatore, Michele Orlando, Laura Barzaghi
COMUNICAZIONI BREVI
La soddisfazione dell’utenza presso il servizio psichiatrico di diagnosi e cura dell’ospedale Sandro Pertini"di Roma
Eliana Pizzichi et al.
Psichiatria di comunità, no 1, vol 4, 2005
EDITORIALI
Nuovi paradigmi per la salute mentale Benedetto Saraceno
Quali modelli di collaborazione fra Medicina generate e Dipartimenti di salute mentale? Fabrizio Asioli
ARTICOLI
II modello biopsicosociale in psichiatria Secondo Fassino, Giovanni Abbate Daga
II disturbo borderline: rassegna della letteratura e prospettive di trattamento Marina Levi, Franco Lombardi
Valutazione di Linee Guida per it trattamento farmacologico della schizofrenia: studio regionale Fabrizio Starace,
Giuseppe Viparelli, Giuseppe Nardini, Vincenzo Cappiello
La percezione dello stigma dal punto di vista delle persone che soffrono di schizofrenia Chiara Buizza, Elena Bertocchi,
Giuseppe Rossi, Rosaria Pioli
COMUNICAZIONI BREVI
II gruppo net trattamento dei giocatori patologici L'esperienza del SerT- di Lucca Giuseppe Zanda, Patrizia Mannari,
Lucia Federici, Pierluigi Bartolomei
II chi, dove, come dei tentamen Un'indagine a Pordenone Fulvio Tesolin, Calogero Anzallo, Antonio Lo Perfido,
Angelo Cassin
I rapporti tra Medicina generate e i Servizi psichiatrici nella città di Bolzano: il modello cooperativo Elda Toffol,
Alessandro Pagani
DOCUMENTI
A proposito dell’art. 2, comma 1, lettera c, del Disegno di Legge Castelli sulla riforma della Giustizia Giovanni de
Renzis, Fausto Petrella, Olga Pozzi
Psichiatria di comunità, no 2, vol 4, 2005
EDITORIALI
L'ereditarieta nel suo contesto: ambiente e polimorfismo Leon Eisenberg
Pazienti senza compliance o servizi senza compliance? Michele Sanza
ARTICOLO RICHIESTO
Bisogni percepiti, tipologie di intervento e soddisfazione per le cure ricevute nelle persone con schizofrenia Un'analisi
comparata in cinque Paesi dell'Unione Europea Antonio Lasalvia, Mirella Ruggeri, Giovanni Salvi, Michele Tansella,
EPSILON Study Group
ARTICOLI
II lavoro clinico in un day hospital psichiatrico territoriale e la costruzione dell'alleanza terapeutica Marco Monari,
Federica Villanedi, Ricardo Pulido, Carla Bonfiglioli, Carmela Marino, Annalisa Pazzaglia, Antonella Stanzani,
Alessandra Tovoli, Daniela Veronesi, Nicola Rossi
Nonsoloequipe: I'organizzazione del lavoro in psichiatria Andrea Angelozzi
Auto-mutuo-aiuto e salute mentale Un ponte tra servizio pubblico e comunità Claudio Busana, Livio Dalla Verde,
Cecilia Isatto, Morena Costa
Psichiatria di comunità, no 31, vol 4, 2005
EDITORIALI
Una diagnosi double-face II disturbo borderline di personalità Mario Rossi Monti, Giovanni Foresti
Distubi metabolici e antipsicotici di seconda generazione: quali comportamenti clinici sono giustificati dalle evidenze?
Domenico Berardi, Ilaria Tarricone, Michela Casoria, Beatrice Ferrari Gozzi, Daniela Grieco
ARTICOLI
"Teoria della Mente" e Schizofrenia:verso una teoria della cura Descrizione di un nuovo intervento denominato
Riabilitazione Emozionale-Cognitiva Nicola Vendittelli, Franco Veltro
Le Strutture Residenziali: come sono i pazienti candidati all'inserimento? Uno studio in Emilia-Romagna Mariano
Bassi, Giovanni de Girolamo, Caterina Bruschi, Patrizia Rizzoli, Angelo Picardi
INTERVENTI SU EDITORIALI
Inglobare la ricerca nella pratica clinica quotidiana Andrea Cipriani, Corrado Barbui
Commento all'editoriale "Dopo la deistituzionalizzazione: stiamo imboccando ilcammino contrario?" Edoardo Balduzzi
COMUNICAZIONE BREVE
Aspetti psicosociali della dialisi e valutazione soggettiva della qualità del trattamento Bruno Norcio, Corrado Crusiz
Psichiatria di comunità, no 4, vol 4, 2005
EDITORIALE
L'inserimento lavorativo dei pazienti con gravi disturbi mentali Deborah R. Becker, Robert E. Drake
ARTICOLI
Gli interventi territoriali a 24 ore dalla crisi sono basati sull'evidenza? Roberto Mezzina, Daniela Vidoni, Maurizio
Miceli, Gaetano Interlandi, Annamaria Accetta, Corrado Crusiz
Per un lavoro da protagonisti: il Progetto EQOLISE Riccardo Sabatelli, Denise Manchisi, Donato Piegari, Angelo
Fioritti
L"'A.B.C. dei familiari" Studio di riproducibilita di un questionario per la valutazione di routine dell'aiuto ricevuto,
dei bisogni e del carico familiare dei pazienti psichiatrici Franco Veltro, PierLuigi Morosini
Espansione del privato sociale all'interno dei Dipartimenti di Salute Mentale tra rischi e vantaggi Idana Morandin,
Gerardo Favaretto
Perversione e identificazione proiettiva Un approfondimento psicopatologico e clinico Giulia Grava, Paolo Scudellari
COMUNICAZIONE BREVE
Alleanza europea contro la depressione (EAAD) Giancarlo Giupponi, Roger Pycha, Ingo Stermann, Franz Moser
DOCUMENTO
Stato e prospettive della psichiatria italiana Andrea Angelozzi, Mariano Bassi, Ludovico Cappellari, Gerardo Favaretto,
Luigi Ferrannini, Angelo Fioritti, Carmine Munizza, Paolo Peloso, Federico Perozziello, Elvezio Pirfo, Ilic Rossi,
Francesco Scapati, Maria Zuccolin
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Psicobiettivo, no 1, anno 24, 2004
Psicoterapia e gestione aziendale
Luigi Onnis,
In memoria di Gianfranco Cecchin
Giuseppe Luoni, Giovanni Meterangelis,
Quale psicoterapia psicoanalitica per i servizi psichiatrici pubblici
Giuseppe Nicolò,
Psicoterapie e gestione aziendale. Un approccio cognitivista
Maurizio Viaro, Valeria Cipolloni, Daniela Bastianello, Maria Teresa Battistello,
La terapia sistemica nell'azienda sanitaria. Resoconto di un'esperienza
Nicola Butera, Maria Antonietta Cosentini, Anna Cotugno,
Alcuni effetti dell'aziendalizzazione nella sanità pubblica
Paola Miotto, Antonio Preti,
Il trattamento multiprofessionale dei disturbi del comportamento alimentare
Antonio Pinto,
Psicoterapia cognitivo comportamentale in un caso di psicosi paranoidea
Fabrizio Alfani,
Affettività e relazione terapeutica: il caso di Marco
Walther Galluzzo,
La paranoia e l'altro
Redazione di Psicobiettivo, (a cura di), Intervista a Tommaso Losavio
Daniela Merigliano, A beautiful mind di Ron Howard. Lettura postrazionalista di una evoluzione psicotica
Psicobiettivo, no 2, anno 24, 2004
Le nuove dipendenze
Tonino Cantelmi, Emiliano Lambiase, Adriana Sessa,
Le dipendenze comportamentali
Maurizio Coletti,
Le nuove dipendenze in una prospettiva sistemica
Giuseppe Zanda,
Le dipendenze comportamentali. La prospettiva psicoanalitica
Joice McDougall,
L'economia psichica della dipendenza patologica
Marco Muscillo, Francesco Salvatore Marra, Giuseppe Donini,
Gli scacchi come esperienza riabilitativa in un day-hospital psichiatrico
Stefano Alcini,
Il caso di Federico.
Spunti di riflessione su una personalità mista
Maria Antonietta Cosentini,
Allegria dell'unità. Tra divisione e continuità dell'emotività vissuta ed espressa
Filippo Strumia,
Il paziente come supervisore della relazione terapeutica
Marco Bernardini,
Il cuore altrove
Armando Cotugno, Paola Castelli, Francesca Manaresi, Adriana Mazzucchelli, Giovanna Morganti,
Quel che resta della psicoterapia. Analisi delle narrazioni di paziente e terapeuta
Psicobiettivo, no 3, anno 24, 2004
Farmacoterapia e psicoterapia
Walther Galluzzo,
Psicoterapia sistemica e psicofarmaci
Claudio Iannucci,
Farmaci e parole coevolvono
Gabriella Ripa di Meana, Massimo Cuzzolaro,
Psicanalisi e psicofarmaci. Transfert o fisiologia?
Benedetto Farina,
Il destino dei trattamenti integrati e la nuova cornice teorica per la psichiatria
Emanuele Nutile,
Valutazione dell'efficacia della psicoterapia. Un modello di psicoterapia integrata
Antonio Grassi,
Un caso di obesità grave. Una prospettiva neuropsicologico-analitica
Cristiano Andorvini,
Psicoterapia e disturbi del comportamento alimentare. La prospettiva cognitivo-evoluzionistica
Marco Bernardini,
Il caso di una paziente affetta da alimentazione incontrollata
Serena Mancioppi, Donatella Fiore, Daniela Petrilli, Giancarlo Di Maggio,
Il senso di colpa nel disturbo narcisistico di personalità
Caterina Selvaggi,
Cinema e sogno: il tradimento dell'immagine "The dreamers" di Bernardo Bertolucci
Psicobiettivo, no 1, anno 24, 2005
Violenza familiare e psicoterapia
Claudio Iannucci,
Motivazioni che si intersecano nella violenza parentale
Francesco Montecchi,
I bambini e la violenza familiare. Dalla violenza assistita alla violenza agita
Marco Vannotti,
La terapia relazionale sistemica della violenza familiare: un appello alla responsabilità
Arlene Vetere, Jan Cooper,
Violenza intra-familiare e terapia sistemica: rischio, responsabilità e collaborazione
Roberto Rossi, Walther Galluzzo,
Narrazioni parentali in un gruppo di genitori. Psicosi e ricerca di senso
Giuseppe Di Leone,
Narcisismo evolutivo e narcisismo difensivo. Il caso di F.
Paola Castelli,
Il caso di F.: quando la mente rimane isolata
Rosa Celeste Dentale,
La mancanza dell'altro
Fabio Monticelli,
Le perversioni sessuali nella prospettiva cognitivo-evoluzionista
Andrea Sabbadini,
Parla con lei. La talking cure da Freud ad Almodòvar
Psicobiettivo, no 2, anno 24, 2005
Trasmissione transgenerazionale della vita psichica
Vittorio Cigoli,
L'albero della discendenza: il melo secco e la vite
Barbara Massimilla,
Psicosi e segreto nella trasmissione transgenerazionale
Susanna Pallini, Merete Amann Gainotti, Caterina Tabasso,
Continuità tra le relazioni d'attaccamento e i legami coniugali violenti
Jean Josè Baranes,
L'uva acerba: a proposito del transgenerazionale
Patrizia Mattioli,
Esperienze di consulenza scolastica all'interno di un C.I.C.
Luigi Onnis, Arianna Mancini,
Un vuoto da colmare: storia di una anoressia e di un lutto non condiviso
Camilla Albini Bravo,
Il fantasma prende corpo
Cristiano Ardovini,
Intersoggettività, attaccamento e regolazione delle emozioni
Monica De Marchis, Roberta Zaratti,
L'età contemporanea e il disagio giovanile: ruolo dell'identità
Caterina Selvaggi,
L'ultimo Bergman: sarabanda e la musica del sogno d'amore
Psicobiettivo, no 3, anno 25, 2005
Trapianti e psicoterapia
Paola Castelli Gattinara, Cristiano Ardovini, Enrico Costantini, Giovanna Morganti, Antonio Onori
I trapianti d'organo nella prospettiva cognitivo-evoluzionista
Pierluigi Politi, Rosalba Torretta,
Il puzzle umano. Integrità e frammentazione nell'esperienza del trapianto d'organo
Patrizia Rubbini paglia, Benedetta Menenti, Palma Maurizi,
Il trapianto di midollo osseo in età pediatrica nella prospettiva sistemica
Pietro Castelnuovo Tedesco,
Trapianti d'organo, immagine corporea, psicosi
Luigi Onnis, Elena Barbàra, Marco Bernardini, Cecilia Fusco, Andrea Giambartolomei, Antonella Leonelli, Agostino
Vietri,
La terapia sistemica integrata dell'anoressia e della bulimia. Un'esperienza in un Servizio Universitario
Flavia Temperilli, Lavinia Figà Talamanca, Maria De Vinci, Massimo Cuzzolaro,
Una storia di anoressia nervosa insorta dopo la proposta di un trapianto
Fabio Monticelli,
Il rifiuto della guarigione
Rosa Celeste Dentale,
Disegnarsi ridotta
Yveline Rey,
Pensare all'emozione in terapia sistemica: il blasone familiare
Rosa Celeste Dentale,
Psiche e cinema. Le chiavi di casa. Regia di Gianni Amelio
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Psicopatologia cognitiva: evoluzionismo ecologia neurofenomenologia,
anno 1, no 1, 2004
Corpo, Sé, Altro. Un'esplorazione linguistico-cognitiva del narcisismo –
Come la metafora concettuale motiva le alterazioni della temporalità nei Disturbi affettivi maggiori - rapporti fra
psicoanalisi ed evoluzionismo –
Sottotipi del disturbo borderline di personalità –
Osservazioni sulla Situationskreis di Thure von Uexkull dal punto di vista della psicologia degli affetti –
Conversazione sul delirio - Autismo: il disturbo prototipico della psichiatria infantile
Psicopatologia cognitiva: evoluzionismo ecologia neurofenomenologia,
anno 2, no 2, 2005
Nosologomania: un disturbo della psichiatria –
La realtà della malattia mentale e la malattia della realtà –
Il BEST-Index: un'assessment delle abilità di vita per la scelta e il monitoraggio della terapia nella gestione della salute
mentale –
L'allattamento prolungato –
La rilevazione empirica del modello relazionale centrale: il metodo del CCRT-LU –
Psiconeuroimmunologia –
L'intervista cognitiva –
Ruolo dell'invalidazione dell'esperienza sensoriale nell'attivazione e mantenimento del dubbio ossessivo –
Le organizzazioni fobiche al test di Rorschach –
Uno studio preliminare degli schemi cognitivi dei pazienti attraverso l'analisi degli ABC –
Professione Sado/Maso –
Natura Vs Cultura nello sviluppo –
Allucinazioni visive in soggetti non psichiatrici - Psichiatria e Darwinismo –
Per una psichiatria darwiniana pluralista –
Psichiatria Darwiniana? - psichiatria e Darwinismo –
Mosè Maimonide –
L'eredità di Francisco Varela.
Psicopatologia cognitiva: evoluzionismo ecologia neurofenomenologia,
anno 2, no 3, 2005
Interpreting metaphorical sayings in the assessment of mental health –
Emotion concepts: from ager to guilt. A cognitive semantic perspective –
Metaphors at work –
Blended spaces and performativity –
Synaesthesia: the feeling of words –
Alexithymia: role of the construct in clinical practice and research –
What's so funny? Cognitive semantics and jokes –
Body, Self and Other: a cognitive linguistic exploration of narcissisism –
The metaphorical conceptual system for morality.
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Psicoterapia, no 29, anno 10, 2004
Dov'è finita la psiche? Alla ricerca di trattamenti che si concentrino sui problemi psicologici - James C. Overholser
La psicoterapia è carica in modo allarmante di facili miti - Albert Ellis
Trattamento - Andrea Sabbadini
Psicoanalisi: Cura o Persuasione? - Edgar A. Levenson
Uno sguardo costruttivista alla psicoterapia con il cliente anziano - Rachele Nanni
Connettere rappresentazioni verbali e non-verbali: l'analisi computerizzata dell'attività referenziale - Erhard
Mergenthaler, Wilma Bucci
Psicoterapia personologica: dieci comandamenti per un approccio post eclettico al trattamento integrato - Theodore
Millon
Il vero e il falso in psicoterapia - Riccardo Dalle Luche
Il corpo disabitato. La prospettiva somatologica in psicosomatica - Riccardo Marco Scognamiglio
Il ruolo della metafora nel processo terapeutico - Ermanno Palestro
Il culturista sex-offender - Marco Casonato
Una lettura cognitivista della favola di Pinocchio: nasi di legno e cuori di pietra - Piergiuseppe Vinai, Donatella
Masante
Nascita, crescita e sviluppo della formazione psicoterapeutica in Italia - Chiara Guarrerio, Valentina Di Mattei, Lucio
Sarno
Psicoterapia, no 30, 2005
Introd. Samanta Sagliaschi
Le caratteristiche fondamentali del legame madre-bambino John Bowlby
Paura ragionevole e paura naturale – John Bowlby
Gli effetti delle condizioni di allevamento sul comportamento - I modelli sistemici nello sviluppo e in psicoanalisi
Attaccamento e altri sistemi motivazionali in psicoterapia
Attaccamento disorganizzato e disturbo borderline di personalità
Il superamento delle esperienze negative precoci con i genitori
Nella ricerca sull'attaccamento la differenza individuale nella suscettibilità a influenze dell'allevamento può spiegare il
'gap' nella trasmissione?
L'attaccamento nei diversi contesti socioculturali
Le relazioni di base sicura madre-bambino e la cultura
Attaccamento confuso: la scoperta di un nuovo pattern
L'importanza del concetto di Base Sicura nella teoria dell'attaccamento
Teoria dell'attaccamento, psicopatologia e psicoterapia - attaccamento e stress traumatico nelle bambine sopravvissute
all'Olocausto e nelle loro figlie
Attaccamento disorganizzato nella prima e seconda infanzia e nell'età adulta
Menti in formazione: attaccamento, cervello che si auto-organizza e psicoterapia psicoanalitica orientata evolutivamente
La terapia Control-Mastery come relazione di attaccamento sicuro.
Psicoterapia, no 31, 2005
Alcuni Tipi metaforici incontrati nella Teoria psicoanalitica
Processi di cambiamento nel corso di una psicoterapia di un paziente recluso in un istituto di pena per reati sessuali
Manifesto per una Scuola di Psicoterapia Dinamico-Evoluzionistica
Il soggetto interpersonale
La relazione reale tra paziente e terapeuta
La terapia familiare sistemica analizzata col CCRT-LU
Lo psicoanalista sistemico e le "scene relazionali"
Il Rorschach in chiaroscuro
La psicoterapia analitico-cognitiva
Un caso di pedofilia: Role playing supervisionato da Isaac M. Marks
Sulla natura della psicoterapia e dei suoi fattori terapeutici
Il Trattamento Morale 1819-1881: James Hawathorne
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Psicoterapia cognitiva e comportamentale, no 1, vol 11, 2005
Ricerche
P. Gremigni, M. Sommaruga
Personalità di tipo D, un costrutto rilevante in cardiologia. Studio preliminare di validazione del questionario italiano.
M. Santinello, L. Dallago, M. Mirandola, M. Barachetti
Rapporti sessuali e comportamenti a rischio tra i quindicenni veneti.
Casi clinici
P. Gremigni
Controllo della rabbia e dell’aggressività nella sindrome di Williams: un caso clinico
Comunicazioni
M. Fedrighi
Allucinazioni uditive e disturbo ossessivo-compulsivo: un’analisi metacognitiva
Forum
S. Borgo
Cos’è l’analisi personale?
C. De Silvestri
Psicoterapia personale dei trainee
Archivio storico
G. Bertolotti
Edmund Jacobson, l’ideatore del Rilassamento Progressivo
Protocolli di ricerca
L. Sibilia
Respiro Libero. Valutazione dell’efficacia di un programma psicoeducativo tele-assistito di disassuefazione dal fumo di
sigaretta e prevenzione delle ricadute basato su metodi cognitivo-comportamentali, mediante studio controllato
randomizzato e catamnesi a due anni
Psicoterapia cognitiva e comportamentale, no 2, vol 11, 2005
Ricerche
A. Testi, G. Gallo, A. Gianello
Big Five Factors e Autoefficacia interpersonale nei piloti e negli assistenti di volo.
O. Bettinardi, M. Monti, G. Calsamiglia, S. D’Cruz, M. Giacani, F. Manno, G. Pinelli, S. Urbinati, P. Gremigni.
Riduzione di ansia e depressione in pazienti sottoposti a riabilitazione cardiologica in differenti regimi di ricovero
Teoria
P. Cappeliez, L. M. Watt
L’integrazione della retrospettiva di vita e della terapia cognitiva della depressione con le persone anziane
Comunicazioni
M. Baruffi, F. Colombo, G. F. Goldwurm
Benessere soggettivo in soggetti affetti da Disturbi dell’Alimentazione
Archivio storico
G. Cavadi
In ricordo di Victor Meyer (1920-2005)
V. Meyer
La psicoterapia comportamentale oggi
Protocolli di ricerca
P. Gremigni, L. Pedrini
Benessere psicologico e qualità della vita in seguito a trauma vascolare
F. Giommi, A. Curatolo, G. De Isabella
Valutazione dell'efficacia di un trattamento basato sulla mindfulness finalizzato al mantenimento dei risultati della
terapia cognitivo-comportamentale e alla prevenzione delle ricadute nel disturbo da attacco di panico: uno studio pilota
Psicoterapia cognitiva e comportamentale, no 3, vol 11, 2005
Ricerche
R. Pisanti, D. Lazzari
Il ruolo delle rappresentazioni della malattia e delle dimensioni socio cognitive nell’adattamento emotivo in un gruppo
di pazienti affetti da diabete di tipo II
C. Lombardo, C. Baglioni, A. Devoto, P.M. Russo, F. Lucidi, C. Violani
Quale rappresentazione sintomatologica riporta l’insonne nel primo colloquio clinico?
Teoria
S. Rusinek, M. Hautekeete M., P. Graziani
Epistemological reflexion on adequacy of cognitive psychology and cognitive therapy models
Casi clinici
F. Monticelli
Il caso di Elisa: la sovrapposizione fenomenologica dei disturbi dissociativi della coscienza al disturbo ossessivo
compulsivo
Comunicazioni
C. Mammini
Analogie tra tecniche di autocontrollo cognitivo comportamentale e tecniche ipnotiche
A. Montano, G.B. Flebus
Evidence-based therapy: ancora un’utopia per la psicoterapia in Italia?
Archivio storico
S. Borgo, L. Sibilia
Donald Meichenbaum e la “Cognitive-behaviour modification”
Protocolli di ricerca
M. Shams, S. Zovato, M. Tomas, G. Cartei
Tumori alcol correlati
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Psicoterapia e scienze umane, no 1, vol 39, 2005
Paolo Migone, Editoriale
Drew Westen,
Lo statuto empirico delle psicoterapie validate empiricamente: assunti, risultati e pubblicazione delle ricerche
Jerome C. Wakefield,
Il concetto di salute mentale: una critica a Vailant
Pier Francesco Galli, Alberto Merini, (a cura di) e Michele Ranchetti,
Tracce: Mummia ridens e altri scritti
Giovanni de Renzis, Fausto Petrella, Olga Pozzi, Lavinia Barone, Giovanni Liotti,
Dibattiti
Anna Maria Gibin, Flavio Bonfà, Marcella Cannalire,
Interventi sul caso Claudia
Psicoterapia e scienze umane, no 2, vol 39, 2005
Paolo Migone, Editoriale
Morris N. Eagle,
Attaccamento e sessualità
Giorgio Meneguz,
Note sull'interpretazione psicoanalitica
Genoveffa Borsci,
La regolamentazione della psicoterapia in Italia: storia della legge 56/1989 e stato attuale delle scuole riconosciute
Pier Francesco Galli,
Piccoli mostri crescono: scuole di psicoterapia, ECM, illusioni di controllo
Maria Antonietta Lucariello, Paola Miotto, Marzia Steffani, Paola Morra, Nella Guidi,
Interventi sul caso Claudia
Psicoterapia e scienze umane, no 3, vol 39, 2005
Patrizia Bevilacqua, Guido Medri, Interventi sul caso Roberto
Michael Balint,
Il lavoro di gruppo
Pier Francesco Galli,
L'aiuto nella relazione: pratica clinica e prospettive teoriche
Andrea Angelozzi, Mariano Bassi, Ludovico Cappellari, Gerardo Favaretto, Luigi Ferrannini, Angelo Fioritti, Carmine
Munizza, Paolo Peloso, Federico Perozziello, Elvezio Pirfo, Illic Rossi, Francesco Scapati, Maria Zuccolin,
Documento sullo stato e sulle prospettive della psichiatria italiana
Pier Francesco Galli,
Appunti sulla leadership nella psichiatria italiana
Paolo Migone,
Farmaci antidepressivi nella pratica psichiatrica: efficacia reale
Paolo Palvarini,
La psicoterapia dinamica breve di ultima generazione: la terapia dinamico-esperienziale
Paolo Migone,
Terapeuti brevi o terapeuti bravi? Una critica al concetto di terapia breve
Giancarlo Stoccoro,
I gruppi Balint: storia e attualità
Pier Francesco Galli, Michael Balint, Pier Francesco Galli,
Tracce. Mummia ridens
Andrea Castiello d'Antonio, Giovanni de Renzis,
Sulla selezione psico-attitudinale dei magistrati
Dario Marcante, Patrizia Bevilacqua, Casi clinici
Psicoterapia e scienze umane, no 4, vol 39, 2005
Michele Ranchetti, Nota introduttiva
Paul Roazen, Presentazione
Alberto Merini,
Il congresso di bologna nel 1975 della Società italiana di Psichiatria e il cotrocongresso allla Sala Borsa
Alessandro Bartoletti,
Achille o la tartaruga? Una critica al concetto di terapia open-ended: la prospettiva della Terapia Breve strategica
Paolo Migone,
Risposta agli interventi di Osimo e di Bartoletti
Michele Ranchetti, Paul Roazen,
Un frammento inedito di Freud del 1391. Nota introduttiva / Presentazione
Sergio Benvenuto, Memoria e desiderio
Tullio Carere-Comes,
Il soggetto meta: sulla libertà da memoria e desiderio
Simona Argentieri, Franco Borgogno, Nicoletta Cinotti, Jan de Viller, Roberto Speziale-Bagliacca,
Dibattito sul libro di Roberto Speziale-Bagliacca. Ubi maior. Il tempo e la cura delle lacerazioni del sé
Pier Francesco Galli, Alberto Merini,
La contestazione del congresso di Milano del 1968 della Società italiana di Psichiatria / Il congresso di Bologna del
1975 della Società Italiana di Psichiatria
Ferruccio Osimo, Alessandro Bartoletti, Paolo Migone,
Il paradigma dinamico-esperienziale / Achille o la tartaruga? Una critica al concetto di terapia open-ended: la
prospettiva della Terapia Breve Strategica / Risposta agli interventi di Osimo e di Bartoletti
Sabba Orefice, Tito Baldini, Paola Morosini,
Interventi sul caso Roberto
Psicoterapia e scienze umane, no 1, vol 40, 2006
Paolo Migone, Editoriale
Glen O. Gabbard,
Mente, cervello e disturbi di personalità
Carlo Bonomi, Franco Borgogno,
Il simbolo rotto: la paura della mente dell'altro nella storia sombolica dell'individuo
Mauro Fornaro,
Kurt Lewin e la psicoanalisi: attualità di un confronto
Andrea Castiello d'Antonio,
Aerofobia: una interpretazione psicoanalitica
Pier Francesco Galli,
L'aziendalizzazione nei Dipartimenti di Salute Mentale
Giuseppe Messina, Fabio Canegalli,
Sullo stato e sulle prospettive della psichiatria italiana
Giancarlo Rigon, Stefano Costa, Paola Morra,
Interventi sul caso Roberto
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Psychiatrie de l’enfant, no 1, tomo 48, 2005
MEMOIRES CLINIQUES
Emmanuelle Boë Michel Botbol Philippe Mazet JeanQu'est-ce que l'adolescence nous apprend sur les abus sexuels vecus dans I'enfance
Yves Chagnon
Hyper-actifs ou hypo-passifs ? Hyperactivité infantile, agressions sexuelles à l'adolescence et nouveau malaise dans la
civilisation
Nathalie de Kernier Francois Many Jean Chambry Stephane Laudrin
Tentative de suicide et processus identificatoire à l'adolescence
Nina Vasilyeva
Leon : un voyage psychanaly tique vers I'autonomie
METHODOLOGIES ET TECHNIQUES
Ana Sancho Rossignol, Dora Knauer , Sandra Serpa Rusconi, Christians Robert-Tissot, Francisco Palacio Espansa
Les troubles precoces du comportement sont-ils l'expression d'une psychopathologie specifique ?
Sylvie Tordjman David Cohen Bernard Golse
Les investigations cliniques et biologiques. Au service du soin et des personnes présentant un syndrome autistique ?
PSYCHIATRIE SOCIALE ET PROBLEMES D'ASSISTANCE
Claudia Mejia Mars Germond Frangois Ansermet
Les mots et les choses autour de la fecondation in vitro
REVUE CRITIQUE DES PROBLEMES D'ACTUALITE
Olivier Vecho Benoit Schneider
Homoparentalite et développe ment de l'enfant : bilan de trente ans de publications
Psychiatrie de l’enfant, no 2, tomo 48, 2005
MEMOIRES CLINIQUES
Nicolas Georgieff
Intérêts de la notion de « Theorie de l'esprit » pour la psychopathologie
Bernard Golse
Structure des états ou structure des processus ? Les invites du bébé à un néo-structuralisme
Clement de Guibert Laurence Beaud
Différence entre autisme de Kanner et « psychose infantile déficits d'unité vs d'identité de la situation ?
Denis Mellier
La fonction à contenir. Objet, processus, dispositif et cadre institutionnel
Bernard Douet
Troubles de I'identité sexuée chez I'enfant handicapé. Le cas de « Camille », sourd profond
PSYCHIATRIE SOCIALE ET PROBLEMES D'ASSISTANCE
Patricia Joly Olivier Taieb Tahar Abbal Thierry Baudet Marie-Rose Moro
Representations culturelles, itineraires therapeutiques et sante mentale infantile en Guadeloupe
Laurence Robel, Berangere Beauquier, Maccotta Jean-Louis Bresson Jacques Schmitz Bernard Golse
Autisme et gluten : mythes et realites 577
REVUE CRITIQUE DES PROBLEMES D'ACTUALITE
Stefano Monzani Pratique du conte: revue de la littérature
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Psychosomatics,no 2, vol 46, 2005
PERSPECTIVES:
Wolfgang Hiller and Winfried Rief
Why DSM-III Was Right to Introduce the Concept of Somatoform Disorders 105-108
ORIGINAL RESEARCH REPORTS:
James L. Griffith and Lynne Gaby
Brief Psychotherapy at the Bedside: Countering Demoralization From Medical Illness 109-116
Peter P. Roy-Byrne, Alexander Bystritsky, Joan Russo, Michelle G. Craske, Cathy D. Sherbourne, and Murray B. Stein
Use of Herbal Medicine in Primary Care Patients With Mood and Anxiety Disorders 117-122
Youngmee Kim, Paul R. Duberstein, Silvia Sörensen, and Mark R. Larson
Levels of Depressive Symptoms in Spouses of People With Lung Cancer: Effects of Personality, Social Support, and
Caregiving Burden 123-130
Rupang Pandya, Luanne Metz, and Scott B. Patten
Predictive Value of the CES-D in Detecting Depression Among Candidates for Disease-Modifying Multiple Sclerosis
Treatment 131-134
Christian R. Dolder, Kari Furtek, Jonathan P. Lacro, and Dilip V. Jeste
Antihypertensive Medication Adherence and Blood Pressure Control in Patients With Psychotic Disorders Compared to
Persons Without Psychiatric Illness 135-141
Figen C. Atesci, Banu C. Cetin, Nalan K. Oguzhanoglu, Filiz Karadag, and Huseyin Turgut
Psychiatric Disorders and Functioning in Hepatitis B Virus Carriers 142-147
CASE REPORTS:
James A. Bourgeois, Richard J. Maddock, Lori Rogers, Claudia M. Greco, Rajesh S. Mangrulkar, and Sanjay Saint
Neurosarcoidosis and Delirium 148-150
R. Robert Auger and James B. Potash
Delirium From Baclofen Withdrawal After Suicide Attempt 151-152
PROCEEDINGS:
Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine: Proceedings From the 51st Annual Meeting: November 18–21, 2004, Marco
Island, Florida 153-186
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:
Michael S. Wilson, II Aripiprazole and Bone Pain 187
Pascal Cathebras and Martial Koenig Spinal Cord Astrocytoma Mistaken for Conversion Disorder 187-188
Preetha Nair and Steven Lippmann Is Leukopenia Associated With Divalproex and/or Quetiapine? 188-189
J. Gerevich Fatal Combination of Ecstasy and Heroin 189
BOOK REVIEWS:
Adam M. Mirot Neurodynamics of Personality 190-191
Psychosomatics,no 3, vol 46, 2005
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Ryan C.W. Hall, Richard C.W. Hall, and Marcia J. Chapman
Definition, Diagnosis, and Forensic Implications of Postconcussional Syndrome 195-202
ORIGINAL RESEARCH REPORTS:
Yutaka Matsuoka, Masatoshi Inagaki, Yuriko Sugawara, Shigeru Imoto, Tatsuo Akechi, and Yosuke Uchitomi
Biomedical and Psychosocial Determinants of Intrusive Recollections in Breast Cancer Survivors 203-211
Stefan Höfer, W. Benzer, H. Alber, E. Ruttmann, M. Kopp, G. Schüssler, and S. Doering
Determinants of Health-Related Quality of Life in Coronary Artery Disease Patients: A Prospective Study Generating a
Structural Equation Model 212-223
Megan Dwight-Johnson, Kathleen Ell, and Pey-Jiuan Lee
Can Collaborative Care Address the Needs of Low-Income Latinas With Comorbid Depression and Cancer? Results
From a Randomized Pilot Study 224-232
Jan Svedlund, Marianne Sullivan, Bengt Liedman, and Lars Lundell
Relationship of Tumor Burden and Patients’ Minimization of Distress in Facing Surgery for Gastric Cancer 233-243
Geetha Jayaram and Andy Casimir
Major Depression and the Use of Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) in Lung Transplant Recipients 244-249
Jeff S. Seaman, Steven P. Bowers, Patricia Dixon, and Libby Schindler
Dissolution of Common Psychiatric Medications in a Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Model 250-253
CASE REPORTS:
Judith M. Bealke and Karen G. Meighen
Risperidone Treatment of Three Seriously Medically Ill Children With Secondary Mood Disorders 254-258
Charles P. Stowell and John W. Barnhill
Acute Mania in the Setting of Severe Hypothyroidism 259-261
MED-PSYCH UPDATE:
Jose de Leon, Scott C. Armstrong, and Kelly L. Cozza
The Dosing of Atypical Antipsychotics 262-273
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:
Nancy Morales and Heidi Vermette Serotonin Syndrome Associated With Linezolid Treatment After Discontinuation of
Fluoxetine 274-275
François J. Sirois Haloperidol-Induced Ileus 275-276
Perry S. Westerman What Makes a Successful Consultant in Psychosomatic Medicine? 276-277
BOOK REVIEWS:
Terry Rabinowitz Psychoneuroendocrinology: The Scientific Basis of Clinical Practice 278-280
Thomas N. Wise The Psychiatry of AIDS: A Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment 280
Glen O. Gabbard Sexual Disorders: Perspectives on Diagnosis and Treatment 280-281
Joan S. Zofnass Trance and Treatment: Clinical Uses of Hypnosis, Second Edition 281-282
Psychosomatics,no 4, vol 46, 2005
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Ryan C.W. Hall, Richard C.W. Hall, and Marcia J. Chapman
Psychiatric Complications of Anabolic Steroid Abuse 285-290
Glenn Catalano, John W. Grace, Maria C. Catalano, Miguel J. Morales, and Laura M. Cruse
Acute Akathisia Associated With Quetiapine Use 291-301
Jean-David Gaudreau, Pierre Gagnon, Marc-André Roy, François Harel, and Annie Tremblay
Association Between Psychoactive Medications and Delirium in Hospitalized Patients: A Critical Review 302-316
ORIGINAL RESEARCH REPORTS:
Katharine A. Phillips, William Menard, Christina Fay, and Risa Weisberg
Demographic Characteristics, Phenomenology, Comorbidity, and Family History in 200 Individuals With Body
Dysmorphic Disorder 317-325
Elizabeth Loder and David Biondi
Headache Attributed to Psychiatric Disorder: A Case Series 326-333
Naomi M. Simon, Stephen W. Parker, Mara Wernick-Robinson, Julia E. Oppenheimer, Elizabeth A. Hoge, John J.
Worthington, Nicole B. Korbly, and Mark H. Pollack
Fluoxetine for Vestibular Dysfunction and Anxiety: A Prospective Pilot Study 334-339
Kemal Sayar, Arthur J. Barsky, and Huseyin Gulec
Does Somatosensory Amplification Decrease With Antidepressant Treatment? 340-344
Vivien K. Burt, Madelaine M. Wohlreich, Craig H. Mallinckrodt, Michael J. Detke, John G. Watkin, and Donna E.
Stewart
Duloxetine for the Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder in Women Ages 40 to 55 Years 345-354
James A. Fauerbach, David E. Bush, Brett D. Thombs, Una D. McCann, Joshua Fogel, and Roy C. Ziegelstein
Depression Following Acute Myocardial Infarction: A Prospective Relationship With Ongoing Health and Function
355-361
CASE REPORTS:
Karriem Salaam, Joel Carr, Harsh Grewal, Ellen Sholevar, and David Baron
Untreated Trichotillomania and Trichophagia: Surgical Emergency in a Teenage Girl 362-366
Geetha Jayaram and Pravin Rao
Safety of Trazodone as a Sleep Agent for Inpatients 367-369
Mark D. Williams and Tamara J. Dolenc
Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors and Patients With Carcinoid Tumor 370-372
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:
Ramona Mahtani, Neal Parekh, Iqwal Mangat, and Shree Bhalerao Alleviating the Itch-Scratch Cycle in Atopic
Dermatitis 373-374
Daiji Kato, Chiaki Kawanishi, Ikuko Kishida, Taku Furuno, Takehiko Matsumura, Hana Hasegawa, and Yoshio
Hirayasu Delirium Resolving Upon Switching From Risperidone to Quetiapine: Implication of CYP2D6 Genotype 374375
BOOK REVIEWS:
Dimitri Markov Essentials of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 376-377
Thomas N. Wise Psychosomatic Medicine and the Rorschach Test 377
Psychosomatics,no 5, vol 46, 2005
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Heather V. Krell, Andrew F. Leuchter, Ian A. Cook, and Michelle Abrams
Evaluation of Reboxetine, a Noradrenergic Antidepressant, for the Treatment of Fibromyalgia and Chronic Low Back
Pain 379-384
ORIGINAL RESEARCH REPORTS:
Sherry L. Grace, Karen Hershenfield, Emma Robertson, and Donna E. Stewart
The Occupational and Psychosocial Impact of SARS on Academic Physicians in Three Affected Hospitals 385-391
Cynthia M.A. Geppert, Elizabeth Dettmer, and Antonie Jakiche
Ethical Challenges in the Care of Persons With Hepatitis C Infection: A Pilot Study to Enhance Informed Consent With
Veterans 392-401
Huong Q. Nguyen and Virginia Carrieri-Kohlman
Dyspnea Self-Management in Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Moderating Effects of Depressed
Mood 402-410
Jason E. Schillerstrom, Monica S. Horton, Tracy L. Schillerstrom, Kaustubh G. Joshi, Brian S. Earthman, Angela M.
Velez, and Donald R. Royall
Prevalence, Course, and Risk Factors for Executive Impairment in Patients Hospitalized on a General Medicine Service
411-417
Faith B. Dickerson, Richard W. Goldberg, Clayton H. Brown, Julie A. Kreyenbuhl, Karen Wohlheiter, LiJuan Fang,
Deborah Medoff, and Lisa B. Dixon
Diabetes Knowledge Among Persons With Serious Mental Illness and Type 2 Diabetes 418-424
Marc Archinard, Patricia Dumont, and Nicolas de Tonnac
Guidelines and Evaluation: Improving the Quality of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry 425-430
James A. Bourgeois, William S. Kremen, Mark E. Servis, Jacob A. Wegelin, and Robert E. Hales
The Impact of Psychiatric Diagnosis on Length of Stay in a University Medical Center in the Managed Care Era 431439
Laura Weiss Roberts, Cynthia M.A. Geppert, Teddy D. Warner, Katherine A. Green Hammond, and Leandrea Prosen
Lamberton
Bioethics Principles, Informed Consent, and Ethical Care for Special Populations: Curricular Needs Expressed by Men
and Women Physicians-in-Training 440-450
Samuel F. Sears, Tara Saia Lewis, Emily A. Kuhl, and Jamie B. Conti
Predictors of Quality of Life in Patients With Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators 451-457
CASE REPORTS:
Douglas R. Morris, Karen G. Meighen, and Christopher J. McDougle
Acute Onset of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in an Adolescent With Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia 458-460
Carolyn E. Come and Peter A. Shapiro
Supraventricular Tachycardia Associated With Methylphenidate Treatment in a Heart Transplant Recipient 461-463
MED-PSYCH UPDATE:
Neil B. Sandson, Scott C. Armstrong, and Kelly L. Cozza
An Overview of Psychotropic Drug-Drug Interactions 464-494
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:
James A. Bourgeois Reversible Hyponatremia and Venlafaxine 495-496
Harold Alan Pincus Psychiatric Consultations and Length of Hospital Stay 496
Peter de Jonge, Wolfgang Söllner, Frits J. Huyse, Joris P.J. Slaets, and Friedrich C. Stiefel Psychiatric Consultations
and Length of Hospital Stay 496-497
BOOK REVIEWS:
Mary Alice O’Dowd Manual of Psychiatric Care for the Medically Ill 498-499
Angel S. Angelov Insomnia: Principles and Management 499-500
Psychosomatics,no 6, vol 46, 2005
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Raphael J. Leo and Daniel Baer
Delirium Associated With Baclofen Withdrawal: A Review of Common Presentations and Management Strategies 503507
Jason E. Schillerstrom, Monica S. Horton, and Donald R. Royall
The Impact of Medical Illness on Executive Function 508-516
ORIGINAL RESEARCH REPORTS:
Shannon L.B. Miller, Laura E. Jones, and Caroline P. Carney
Psychiatric Sequelae Following Breast Cancer Chemotherapy: A Pilot Study Using Claims Data 517-522
Chris Dickens, Linda McGowan, Carol Percival, Jane Douglas, Barbara Tomenson, Lawrence Cotter, Anthony
Heagerty, and Francis Creed
Association Between Depressive Episode Before First Myocardial Infarction and Worse Cardiac Failure Following
Infarction 523-528
Russell Noyes, Jr., Caroline P. Carney, Stephen L. Hillis, Laura E. Jones, and Douglas R. Langbehn
Prevalence and Correlates of Illness Worry in the General Population 529-539
Per Fink, Morten Steen Hansen, and Lene Søndergaard
Somatoform Disorders Among First-Time Referrals to a Neurology Service 540-548
Canice E. Crerand, Katharine A. Phillips, William Menard, and Christina Fay
Nonpsychiatric Medical Treatment of Body Dysmorphic Disorder 549-555
A. Picardi, E. Mazzotti, P. Gaetano, M.S. Cattaruzza, G. Baliva, C.F. Melchi, M. Biondi, and P. Pasquini
Stress, Social Support, Emotional Regulation, and Exacerbation of Diffuse Plaque Psoriasis 556-564
CASE REPORTS:
Niranjan S. Karnik and José R. Maldonado
Antidepressant and Statin Interactions: A Review and Case Report of Simvastatin and Nefazodone-Induced
Rhabdomyolysis and Transaminitis 565-568
Shamim V. Shakibai, Joel P. Johnson, and James A. Bourgeois
Paranoid Delusions and Cognitive Impairment Suggesting Fahr’s Disease 569-572
Richard W. Goldberg, Seth Himelhoch, Julie Kreyenbuhl, Faith B. Dickerson, Ann Hackman, Li Juan Fang, Clayton
H. Brown, Karen A. Wohlheiter, and Lisa B. Dixon
Predictors of HIV and Hepatitis Testing and Related Service Utilization Among Individuals With Serious Mental Illness
573-577
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:
Glen L. Xiong, Eric J. Christopher, and Jason Goebel Modafinil as an Alternative to Methylphenidate as Augmentation
for Depression Treatment 578-579
BOOK REVIEWS:
Craig Stuck Handbook of Pediatric Psychology 580-581
Psychosomatics,no 1, vol 47, 2006
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Omar Fattal, Kumar Budur, Aaron J. Vaughan, and Kathleen Franco
Review of the Literature on Major Mental Disorders in Adult Patients With Mitochondrial Diseases 1-7
Frits J. Huyse, Daan J. Touw, Rob Strack van Schijndel, Jaap J. de Lange, and Joris P.J. Slaets
Psychotropic Drugs and the Perioperative Period: A Proposal for a Guideline in Elective Surgery 8-22
Mark A. Turner
Factitious Disorders: Reformulating the DSM–IV Criteria 23-32
ORIGINAL RESEARCH REPORTS:
Peter de Jonge, Gertrudis I.J.M. Kempen, Robbert Sanderman, Adelita V. Ranchor, Cornelia H.M. van Jaarsveld, Eric
van Sonderen, Winnie Scaf-Klomp, Annemarie Weening, Joris P.J. Slaets, and Johan Ormel
Depressive Symptoms in Elderly Patients After a Somatic Illness Event: Prevalence, Persistence, and Risk Factors 3342
Richard J. Shaw, Marianne Wamboldt, Brenda Bursch, and Margaret Stuber
Practice Patterns in Pediatric Consultation–Liaison Psychiatry: A National Survey 43-49
Mark W. Ketterer, Lawson Wulsin, J. Jane Cao, John Schairer, Arif Hakim, Michael Hudson, Steven J. Keteyian,
Sanjay Khanal, Vivian Clark, and W. Douglas Weaver
"Major" Depressive Disorder, Coronary Heart Disease, and the DSM–IV Threshold Problem 50-55
Jeff S. Seaman, Jason Schillerstrom, David Carroll, and Thomas M. Brown
Impaired Oxidative Metabolism Precipitates Delirium: A Study of 101 ICU Patients 56-61
Bernd Löwe, Irini Schenkel, Caroline Carney-Doebbeling, and Claus Göbel
Responsiveness of the PHQ-9 to Psychopharmacological Depression Treatment 62-67
CASE REPORTS:
Rajnish Mago, Steven Huege, Niraj Ahuja, and Elisabeth J.S. Kunkel
Zonisamide-Induced Suicidal Ideation 68-69
Menekse Alpay and Walter J. Koroshetz
Quetiapine in the Treatment of Behavioral Disturbances in Patients With Huntington’s Disease 70-72
Jamal Mahmud, Maju Mathews, Sunil Verma, and Biju Basil
Oxcarbazepine-Induced Thrombocytopenia 73-74
MED-PSYCH UPDATE:
Jose de Leon, Scott C. Armstrong, and Kelly L. Cozza
Clinical Guidelines for Psychiatrists for the Use of Pharmacogenetic Testing for CYP450 2D6 and CYP450 2C19 75-85
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:
Christos Kouimtsidis, Fabrizio Schifano, Tim Sharp, Lisa Ford, Justin Robinson, and Colm Magee Neurological and
Psychopathological Sequelae Associated With a Lifetime Intake of 40,000 Ecstasy Tablets 86-87
Olivier Taïeb, Olivier Bricou, Benoît Dutray, Anne Revah-Lévy, Tahar Abbal, Catherine Le Du, Marie Rose Moro, and
Loïc Guillevin Parental Magico-Religious Illness Beliefs in an Adolescent Girl With Major Depression and Systemic
Lupus Erythematosus 87-88
Mark Pearce, Ninos Oda, Ahmed Mansour, and Shree Bhalerao Cognitive Disorder NOS With Arnold-Chiari I
Malformation 88-89
BOOK REVIEWS:
Bryce Templeton Behavioral Science in Medicine, 2nd Edition 90
Psychosomatics,no 2, vol 47, 2006
REVIEW ARTICLES:
Lisa A. Mistler, Mary F. Brunette, Bryan J. Marsh, Robert M. Vidaver, Ravi Luckoor, and Stanley D. Rosenberg
Hepatitis C Treatment for People With Severe Mental Illness 93-107
ORIGINAL RESEARCH REPORTS:
Bridget A. Oppong, Mark W. Nickels, and Harry C. Sax
The Impact of a History of Sexual Abuse on Weight Loss in Gastric Bypass Patients 108-111
Muhamad Aly Rifai, James Kelly Moles, Lauren P. Lehman, and Brian J. Van der Linden
Hepatitis C Screening and Treatment Outcomes in Patients With Substance Use/Dependence Disorders 112-121
Angelo Picardi, Piero Porcelli, Paolo Pasquini, Giovanni Fassone, Eva Mazzotti, Ilaria Lega, Luisa Ramieri, Emanuele
Sagoni, Damiano Abeni, Albertina Tiago, and Giovanni A. Fava
Integration of Multiple Criteria for Psychosomatic Assessment of Dermatological Patients 122-128
Therese M. Hilton, Gordon Parker, Skye McDonald, Gabriella A. Heruc, Amanda Olley, Heather Brotchie, Cheryl
Friend, and Warren F. Walsh
A Validation Study of Two Brief Measures of Depression in the Cardiac Population: The DMI-10 and DMI-18 129-135
Ann C. Schwartz, Rebekah Bradley, Kristin M. Penza, Melissa Sexton, Daniel Jay, Patrick J. Haggard, Steven J.
Garlow, and Kerry J. Ressler
Pain Medication Use Among Patients With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder 136-142
Lara Mangelli, Federica Semprini, Laura Sirri, Giovanni A. Fava, and Nicoletta Sonino
Use of the Diagnostic Criteria for Psychosomatic Research (DCPR) in a Community Sample 143-146
Simone N. Vigod and Donna E. Stewart
Major Depression in Female Urinary Incontinence 147-151
Donald M. Hilty, Peter M. Yellowlees, Hattie C. Cobb, James A. Bourgeois, Jonathan D. Neufeld, and Thomas S.
Nesbitt
Models of Telepsychiatric Consultation–Liaison Service to Rural Primary Care 152-157
Randy A. Sansone, Michele Pole, Hassan Dakroub, and Melissa Butler
Childhood Trauma, Borderline Personality Symptomatology, and Psychophysiological and Pain Disorders in Adulthood
158-162
CASE REPORTS:
Lazslo Antonio Ávila
Somatization or Psychosomatic Symptoms? 163-166
Navid Rashid
Medically Unexplained Myopathy Due to Ipecac Abuse 167-169
Stephen J. Ferrando and Chloe Nims
HIV-Associated Mania Treated With Electroconvulsive Therapy and Highly-Active Antiretroviral Therapy 170-174
Michael Nugent and G. Scott Waterman
An Adrenal Adenoma Presenting With Psychosis 175-177
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:
Mark J. Ehrenreich A Case of the Re-Emergence of Panic and Anxiety Symptoms After Initiation of a High-Protein,
Very Low Carbohydrate Diet 178-179
Masako Ikawa and Kazuo Yamada Mental Disorders Diagnosed in Half of Outpatients in Orofacial Pain Clinic 179-180
BOOK REVIEWS:
Dilip Ramchandani Catatonia: From Psychopathology to Neurobiology 181
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Psychothérapies, no 2, vol 25, 2005
éditorial
Alain BRACONNIER p.69
Comment des thérapeutes d'approches différentes tentent-ils de gérer des impasses thérapeutiques ?
Alain BRACONNIER p.69
Essai de (re)définition des mécanismes de clivage
Jean-Claude MAES1 p.81
Niveaux de fonctionnement mental et psychothérapie psychanalytique1
Serge LECOURS2 p.91
Psychothérapie de groupe limitée dans le temps : intérêt de son application aux étudiants
Corinne DEVAUD1, Olivia DIDISHEIM2 et Luc MICHEL3 p.101
Epreuve de réalité et psychose chez freud la fin de la psychose - l'heure d'un dernier « retour » ?
Michael SARAGA1 et Jacques GASSER2 p.109
L'outil emdr en alcoologie : réflexions théoriques et cliniques
Joanic MASSON1 p.117
Psychothérapies, no 3, vol 25, 2005
Editorial
Dora KNAUER p.133
La psychotherapie breve psychodynamique avec mere, pere et bebe : aspects cliniques et techniques
Francisco PALACIO ESPASA1 et Dora KNAUER2 p.135
Pedopsychiatrie de liaison en oncologie : du terrorisme sans nom au combat contre la boule
Dominique MAGNENAT1 p.145
Que nous apportent les parents dans la psychotherapie psychodynamique individuelle de l'enfant?
Dora KNAUER1 et Nathalie NANZER2 p.155
Clinique de l'ambiguà te genitale chez l'enfant
François ANSERMET* p.165
Transgressions sexuelles au sein de la fratrie: Evaluation et traitement
Emmanuel de BECKER1 p.173
«perdre l'enfant»: Le deuil de l'infans Chez les parents d'adolescents
Pascal ROMAN1 p.187
Psychothérapies, no 4, vol 25, 2005
Editorial
France FRASCAROLO p.213
Le desir d'intersubjectivite. Pourquoi ? comment ?
Daniel N. STERN p.215
L'interface entre attachement Et intersubjectivite : perspectives Issues de l'etude longitudinale De l'attachement
desorganise
Karlen LYONS-RUTH p.223
La communication intersubjective Du bebe dans le triangle primaire
Elisabeth FIVAZ-DEPEURSINGE2 p.235
Psychothérapies, no 1, vol 26, 2006
Editorial
François FERRERO p.1
De la fureur de vivre a la fureur de lire
Jacqueline GIRARD-FRESARD 1 p.3
Caroline, gautier et le fantôme de leur maman
Jean-Yves HAYEZ 1 p.7
Etats limites en institution: Une psychothérapie par « l'environnement »
Michel BOTBOL 1 et Tore BALKAN 2 p.15
Le defi therapeutique de l'anorexie mentale
Hélène LAZARATOU et Dimitris C. ANAGNOSTOPOULOS 1 p.21
Dialogue entre therapies cognitivo-comportementale et psychanalytique: à propos de deux cas
Christèle RICHARD 1 et François BORGEAT 2 p.27
L'interprete dans une consultation therapeutique: conceptions de son rà”le et difficultes eprouvees
Betty GOGUIKIAN RATCLIFF 1 et Francesca SUARDI 2 p.37
In memoriam
André HAYNAL p.51
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Psychotropes, no 1, vol 11, 2005
EDITORIAL
Des trajectoires : aspects psychosociaux, flashbacks Michel Hautefeuile
ARTICLES
Les flashbacks induits par les psychodysleptiques hallucinogens Christophe Pflieger
L'acces aux soins psychologiques des familles migrantes d'origine maghébine Nadia Panunzi-Roger
Sortir de la toxicodépendance a 1'époque de la réduction de risques : ombres et lumieres d'un phenomene en mutation
Maria Caiata Zufferey
L'estime de soi et l'anxiete sont-elles predictives de la consommation de substances psychoactives par les
preadolescents ? Patrick Laure, Caroline Binsinger, Audrey Friser, Marie France Ambard, Sylvie Girault
La pertinence de 1'éducation somatique auprès des toxicomanes : le corps vécu Debora Bolsanello
A SUIVRE...
Le tour du monde en 500 sites de prevention 2e episode : I'Europe, de l'Allemagne a 1'Espagne Anne Singer
COMPTES RENDUS DE LIVRES
Toxibase
Psychotropes, no 2, vol 11, 2005
Il serait temps de prendre le jeu au serieux... Michel Hautefeuille & Marc Valleur
DOSSIER THEMATIQUE
Jeu pathologique et conduites ordaliques Marc Valleur
Conversation sociologique avec un joueur Jean-Yves Trepos
Que peut apporter la sociologie dans le débat sur le jeu compulsif ? Jean-Pierre Martignoni-Hutin
Jouer a se faire interdire Christian Bucher
Jeux et Internet : quelques enjeux psychologiques et sociaux Sylvie Craipeau & Bertrand Seys
BIBLIOGRAPHIE THEMATIQUE
Selection preparee par Clotilde Carrandie,
Reseau Toxibase
Psychotropes, no 3-4, vol 11, 2005
EDITORIAL
Les conduites de consommation à l'adolescence Michel Hautefeuille
DOSSIER THEMATIQUE
Adolescence et dependance Philippe Jeammet
Les usages de produits psychoactifs des etudiants Francois
Beck, Stephane Legleye, Philippe Guilbert, Patrick
Peretti-Watel
La prise en charge des consommations de cannabis a l'adolescence Olivier Phan
Nouvelles consultations de Marmottan apports theoriques, experiences cliniques Dan Ve1ea
Le role de la recherche en sciences sociales dans les politiques de prevention Michel Joubert
Danser avec les drogues : pop-musique, drogues et jeunesse britannique Harry Shapiro
Bibliographie thematique sur le cannabis Clotilde Carrandié
ARTICLES
La recherche de sensations : quel traitement de 1'émotion ? Solange Carton
La mesure Min Risk Addictions : intérêts et limites Eric Chagnard
Relation therapeutique et « soins obligés » en toxicomanie Anne Biadi-Imhof
Pratiques médicales et usages de drogues linéaments de la construction d'un champ Jean-Bernard Wojciechowski
Les effets de la question miracle dans les textes de patients alcoolodépendants Sylvie Petit
A SUIVRE...
Le tour du monde en 500 sites de prévention 3e episode : I'Europe, de la Grece a la Suisse Anne Singer
NOTE DE LECTURE
No satisfaction, psychanalyse du toxicomane de Geberovich Fernando Pascal Hachet
Psychotropes, no 1, vol 12, 2006
EDITORIAL
Le tabagisme en France : suivi épidémiologique et évaluation des politiques de regulation Michel Hautefeuille et
Francois Beck
DOSSIER THEMATIQUE
Le tabagisme aujourd'hui en France quelques données de cadrage Francois Beck, Jean-Louis Wilquin, Philippe
Guilbert, Patrick Peretti-Watel, Stephane Legleye, Christian Ben Lakhdar, Arnaud Gautier
L'analyse economique des politiques publiques du tabagisme Fabrice Etile
Le chemin de croix de la lutte antitabac. Eléments pour éclairer les difficultés de la prévention du tabagisme Patrick
Peretti-Watel
Le tabagisme des adolescents baisse du niveau d'usage et representations specifiques Francois Beck, Stephane Legleye,
Stanislas Spilka, Patrick Peretti-Watel
Le tabagisme passif chez la femme enceinte Gilles Grange, Jean-Pierre L'Huillier, Anne Borgne, Albert Ouazana,
Henri-Jean Aubin
Revue bibliographique sur le tabac avec 1'aimable autorisation de Toxibas Anne Singer
ARTICLES
Le syndrome d'alcoolisation foetale : état de la question Justine Gaugue, Isabelle Varescon, Jaqueline Wendland
JudaIsme, Juifs orthodoxes et usage de psychotropes dynamiques internes et repères sociaux Amnon Jacob Suissa
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Quaderni di psicoterapia cognitiva, no 15, vol 8, dicembre 2004
SEZIONE CENERALE - Studi e ricerche
Tipi di attività in psicoterapia: I'accornodamento procedurale Fabrizio Bercelli e Silvio Lenzi
Storia del cognitivismo italiano: il "Cruppo dei Kelliani" Cianluca Chiesa
L'insostenibile leggerezza dell'essere... giovani Monica De Marchis e Roberta Zaratti
La visione integrata del corpo: teorie cognitivo-cornportamenlali e psicoanalisi a confronto Olga Sassit e Paola Perozzo
FORUM
Costruttivismo e permissivisrno Sabrina Cipolletta
SEZIONE APPLICATIVA - Casi clinici
Disturbo da uso di alcol e cornorbilità psiclriatrica: due casi clinici Nadia Davolio e Walter Mascetti
La costruzione di alternative per la legittimazione di sé: il caso di Vittoria Ombretta Zoppi
"Alzati o farai tardi a scuola!" "Ho mal di pancia" Laura Rertolo
Psicoterapia cognitiva in ambito forense di un bambino traumatizzato Maria Domenica Maggi
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Revue médicale suisse, no 11, vol 1, 2005
Sexologie clinique Les multiples visages de la sexualité
Sexualité et vieillissement
Edito: Les multiples visages de la sexualité par : Georges Abraham
Bloc-notes: Malus aux fumeurs
Sexe et cerveau
Traitement pharmacologique des dysfonctions sexuelles féminines : chimère ou réalité ?
Motifs de consultations sexologiques féminines : approche pour les médecins praticiens
Eros et Psyché : tout sur leurs relations discrètes
L’imaginaire érotique chez l’enfant
Prévenir les chutes et les fractures aujourd’hui
Le diagnostic prénatal rapide des anomalies chromosomiques : du FISH à la QF-PCR
Revue médicale suisse, no 12, vol 1, 2005
Nutrition Obésité
L'obésité est une maladie chronique par : Vittorio Giusti et Alain Golay
Bloc-notes: Faire rêver [libre]
Poids de l’obésité : de l’épidémie aux coûts
Dieting or non-dieting ? (Suivre ou ne pas suivre un régime ?)
Régimes amaigrissants : lesquels conseiller/déconseiller ?
Obésité et troubles du comportement alimentaire : comment faire ?
La chirurgie de l’obésité : indications, techniques, perte pondérale et complications
Impact de la chirurgie bariatrique sur la santé et la qualité de vie du patient obèse
La prothèse de hanche douloureuse
Revue médicale suisse, no 26, vol 1, 2005
Alcoologie Importante, l'alcoologie?
Edito: Importante, l’alcoologie ?
Bloc-notes: Menaces sur la psychiatrie
Parler d’alcool à des patients qui ne demandent rien…
Contenu et efficacité des programmes de prévention après une première infraction pour ivresse au volant
L’Antabus® a-t-il encore sa place dans le traitement de la dépendance à l’alcool ?
Du bon usage des psychotropes en alcoologie
Prévalence, prophylaxie et traitement de l’encéphalopathie de Gayet-Wernicke. Quelle dose et quel mode
d’administration de la thiamine ?
Traitement des malades dépendants : un programme basé sur le modèle Minnesota
Prise en charge des patients «double diagnostic» : comment sortir du carrousel institutionnel ?
Edito: Importante, l’alcoologie ?
par : Pascal Gache et Jean-Bernard Daeppen
La consommation d’alcool interroge chacune et chacun, c’est indéniable. Les praticiens y compris. Lorsqu’un
alcoologue croise le regard d‘un collègue «pris» le verre à la main, celui-ci prend un air faussement contrit ou cache son
verre d’un air gêné en s’excusant ou en se justifiant. Boire de l’alcool n’est pas neutre et comme le rappelait l’écrivain
Colette : «malheur à celui qui ne boit pas et à celui qui boit trop». Boire est une compétence sociale qui intéresse plus
de 85% de la population suisse consommatrice d’alcool en des quantités fort variables. Qu’on le veuille ou non,
l’alcoologie s’immisce dans notre vie quotidienne bi...
Revue médicale suisse, no 33, vol 1, 2005
Médecine de premier recours et psychiatrie
Edito: Médecine de premier recours et psychiatrie par : François Ferrero et Patrice Guex
Le généraliste et le psychiatre : échec ou réussite ?
Rôle du médecin de premier recours dans la prise en charge du patient psychotique
Intervention précoce dans les troubles psychotiques : quel rôle pour les praticiens de premier recours ?
Troubles de l’humeur chez la femme périménopausique : traitement hormonal ou antidépresseur ?
Nouvelles techniques de stimulation cérébrale : perspectives thérapeutiques en psychiatrie
Du Kosovo à la Suisse : perceptions de la santé mentale et implications pratiques pour les soignants
Trois des articles de ce numéro annuel consacré à la psychiatrie traitent de différents aspects de la collaboration entre
médecins de premier recours (MPR) et psychiatres. Comme le rappelle l’un de nous (Patrice Guex), au-delà des plaintes
récurrentes concernant la difficulté à joindre un psychiatre et les longs délais d'attente, la collaboration entre ces deux
grandes disciplines s'est beaucoup développée ces dernières années, même s'il reste du travail. Cela touche en particulier
l’enseignement, au travers de l’élaboration de guides de traitement, de séminaires et d’ateliers réguliers ou encore
d’activités de formation continue ...
Revue médicale suisse, no 52, 2006
Psychiatrie de liaison
Psychiatrie en milieu somatique: de la consultation à la liaison
Edito: Psychiatrie en milieu somatique : de la consultation à la liaison par : P. Guex F. Stiefel A. Andreoli
Ce numéro spécial «psychiatrie de liaison» de la Revue médicale suisse est en grande partie consacré à l’enseignement
postgradué et à des instruments employés pour faciliter le transfert de «savoir» et de «savoir-être» vers les disciplines
somatiques. Cela reflète l’évolution de la psychiatrie de liaison d’un modèle centré sur la «consultation», dépendante
des demandes des médecins somaticiens, vers un concept plus global de «liaison», impliquant non seulement un
partenariat pour la clinique et l’enseignement mais aussi des recherches en coopération avec les collègues et soignants
d’autres spécialités. L’activité de liaison …
La dépression majeure en hôpital général : adaptation et mise en œuvre de recommandations pour la pratique clinique
Prise en charge des traumas psychiques par le praticien
Améliorer les compétences communicationnelles : expérience «clinique» et évaluation scientifique
Le trouble dysphorique prémenstruel : diagnostic et stratégie thérapeutique
Troubles dissociatifs : aspects cliniques, neurobiologiques et thérapeutiques
L’analyse du prétransfert dans une prise en charge psycho-oncologique
Revue médicale suisse, no 54, 2006
Enfants surdoués en difficulté : de l’hyperactivité avec déficit attentionnel à la dépression et l’échec scolaire
Article de S. Tordjman
Nous nous sommes intéressés aux enfants surdoués en difficulté devant le nombre d’enfants adressés en consultation
pour des troubles du comportement à type d’hyperactivité avec déficit attentionnel, des problèmes scolaires ou
dépressifs, et chez lesquels nous avons découvert un haut potentiel intellectuel. Cet article traitera plus particulièrement
du trouble déficit de l’attention/hyperactivité (TDAH) observé chez certains de ces enfants, pouvant recouvrir une
dépression et entraîner un échec scolaire. Comment interpréter le TDAH chez l’enfant surdoué ? A partir de notre
expérience clinique et de la littérature, nous proposons que ces troubles relèvent d’un besoin de stimulations externes et
internes. Plusieurs hypothèses s’articulant autour de cette idée seront alors discutées, notamment au regard de leurs
implications thérapeutiques.
Un observatoire de la maltraitance envers les enfants : une façon interactive de s’intéresser à cette problématique
Article de C. Voelin F. Nicod J.-J. Cheseaux
Des professionnels issus de domaines divers se penchent depuis la seconde moitié du XXe siècle sur la problématique
des mauvais traitements envers les enfants, sans qu’une réelle réflexion commune ne puisse être engagée. L’objectif de
«l’Observatoire» est de permettre à ces personnes, qu’elles soient issues du terrain ou de la recherche, de se confronter
au sein d’un débat interdisciplinaire constructif afin de pouvoir mieux répondre aux besoins des victimes, des familles
et des auteurs.
Revue médicale suisse, no 58, 2006
Sexologie clinique L'avenir de la sexologie
Edito: L’avenir de la sexologie
Bloc-notes: Transplantations et cerveau
La dysfonction érectile : un possible marqueur de maladies cardiovasculaires
Problèmes d’ordre sexuel après greffe allogénique de cellules souches
Le cerveau au cœur du plaisir féminin
Sommeil et sexualité
Adolescence et sexualité
Comment aborder les problèmes sexuels au cabinet médical ?
Questions d’actualité en ORL
Edito: L’avenir de la sexologie
par : Georges Abraham et Francesco Bianchi-Demicheli
La sexologie possède des caractéristiques propres par rapport à la médecine dans son ensemble. Elle accorde autant
d’importance à la problématique soulevée par le plaisir qu’à celle soulevée par la douleur. Elle prend en charge, en
principe, autant l’individu qui demande de l’aide que son partenaire sexuel possible, que celui-ci soit réel ou virtuel,
qu’il soit en somme tout à fait existant dans la réalité ou qu’il corresponde davantage à une entité souhaitée, voire
idéalisée. Bref, la sexologie médicale est une discipline qui donne une importance égale aux aspects objectifs relevant
d’un tableau clinique donné et aux aspects subje...
la suite...
Revue médicale suisse, no 59, 2006
Nutrition/Obésité Tout le monde en parle!
Edito: Tout le monde en parle !
Modifier notre environnement «obésogène» : quelles pistes ?
Les ingrédients de la perte de poids
Place des acides gras oméga 3 dans l’alimentation
Le suivi nutritionnel après bypass gastrique
Connaissances et croyances sur l’alimentation de patients en surpoids et obèses : enquête en Italie du Sud
La résistance du patient : «à quoi ?», «contre qui ?»
Le parcours thérapeutique du patient obèse
Prescription de médicaments génériques : impact du nouveau système de prix sur les coûts et les économies potentielles
Edito: Tout le monde en parle !
par : Alain Golay et Vittorio Giusti
Nous traversons une épidémie d’obésité, nous vivons dans un environnement «obésogène» et personne ne bouge. Nos
cousins d’Amérique ont une longueur d’avance sur nous, mais nous suivons leurs traces avec un peu de retard
seulement. Pourquoi autant de mépris face à ces patients qui n’ont qu’à moins manger ? «Il n’y a qu’à». C’est si simple,
ce n’est qu’une affaire de volonté ! Et bien non, l’obésité est trop souvent la conséquence de traumatismes
psychologiques. Les troubles du comportement alimentaire ont besoin d’un traitement adéquat psychologique et les
patients d’un soutien adéquat à long terme. Les industries agroalimentaires c...
Revue médicale suisse, no 69, 2006
Médecine de l'adolescence La santé scolaire à la croisée des chemins
Edito: La santé scolaire à la croisée des chemins
Bloc-notes: Suicide symboliquement mal assisté
Santé des adolescents : le rôle essentiel de la collaboration entre santé scolaire et institutions de soins
Education à la santé, prévention et/ou promotion de la santé ?
La prévention du suicide en milieu scolaire est-elle possible ?
La vaccination à l’adolescence : rôle des praticiens et des services de santé scolaire
Le rôle d’un accompagnement spécialisé dans la consommation de substances psychoactives à l’école
La prévention des troubles du comportement alimentaire : l’école a-t-elle un rôle à jouer ?
Arythmies auriculaires : mécanisme, présentation ECG et traitement curatif
Faut-il former les étudiants en médecine aux droits de l’homme ? L’opinion d’étudiants en médecine de quarante-six
pays
Edito: La santé scolaire à la croisée des chemins
par : Pierre-André Michaud
Le présent numéro «adolescents» de la Revue Médicale Suisse est entièrement consacré à la santé scolaire. Il offre une
opportunité de réfléchir aux conséquences de l’évolution que connaît notre société en terme de morbidité actuelle et
future des individus et de réfléchir aussi à la manière dont le système éducatif et les structures de soins et de prévention
doivent y réagir. Au siècle passé, les activités des services de santé scolaires se centraient sur le dépistage et les
campagnes d’hygiène, destinés à pallier les insuffisances du système de santé. Avec l’amélioration de l’accès aux soins
et la densification de l’offre de suivi,...
Revue médicale suisse, no 72, 2006
Tabacologie
Prévention du tabagisme passif: complémentarité santé publique et médecine de cabinet
Edito: Prévention du tabagisme passif : un exemple de complémentarité entre la médecine communautaire, de santé
publique et la médecine de cabinet [libre]
Bloc-notes: Coûts dans l’eau [libre]
La prévention du tabagisme passif
Conseil aux fumeurs : mise à jour épidémiologique et clinique
Femmes et tabagisme : spécificités épidémiologiques et cliniques
Cycles de vie d’une femme et tabac
Diminuer la consommation de tabac : une alternative à l’arrêt de la cigarette ?
Perception du risque lié au tabagisme : données et interrogations
Edito: Prévention du tabagisme passif : un exemple de complémentarité entre la médecine communautaire, de santé
publique et la médecine de cabinet
par : J. Cornuz F. Paccaud
La population suisse est dorénavant prête à supprimer la fumée dans les espaces clos accessibles au public. Les
initiatives, qu’elles viennent des instances politiques (initiatives parlementaires), administratives (services fédéraux et
cantonaux de santé publique), non gouvernementales (centres d’information et de prévention – Cipret, Ligues de la
santé) ou des citoyens (coalition romande pour une initiative populaire) sont aujourd’hui nombreuses à exiger la
protection des non-fumeurs. L’accélération de la prise de conscience dans la population suisse des effets du tabagisme
passif surprend beaucoup de personnes. Mais faut-il s’en ...
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Revue française de psychanalyse, no 1, tomo 69, 2005
l'excitation
pp. 11-19 : ANGELERGUES, René
Brouillon d'un essai psychiatrique sur la question de l'excitation
pp. 21-28 : CHNEIWEISS, Hervé
Brève esquisse neurophysiologique de l'excitation : des neurones, des astrocytes et des images
pp. 29-44 : CRUZ ROCHE, Rafael / GUFFLET, Isabelle (trad.)
Excitation de vie, excitation de mort : pour une métapsychologie de la pulsion de vie
pp. 45-60 : DANZIGER, Nicolas
La jambe transparente et la lampe merveilleuse : histoire d'une excitation douloureuse chronique
pp. 61-73 : DENIS, Paul
Un destin de l'excitation : l'exaltation : du sentiment océanique à l'assèchement du Zuyderzee
pp. 75-86 : DUPARC, François
L'excitation et sa mise en cadre
pp. 87-101 : FREJAVILLE, Annette
Du destin de l'excitation
pp. 103-120 : JEAMMET, Philippe
L'excitation : un concept séduisant mais trompeur : pour une critique du point de vue économique en psychanalyse
pp. 121-135 : JUNG ROZENFARB, Michèle
Cocréation d'une matrice pare-excitante dans un début de cure
pp. 137-157 : KAPSAMBELIS, Vassilis
L'hallucination est-elle une excitation externe ?
pp. 159-168 : LE FRANCOIS, Béatrice
Comment Oscar, 10 ans, abandonna neurotica, bronchite asthmatiforme et tremblement pour fantasme originaire, rhume
de hanche et tic...
pp. 169-186 : POTAMIANOU, Anna
Excitante hybris
pp. 187-202 : SALI, Madjid
Au fil de l'excitation
pp. 203-215 : SEULIN, Christian
L'excitation transmise
pp. 217-231 : SQUITIERI, Giuseppe / AVAKIAN DEFILIPPI, Daniela (trad.)
L'érotisation du transfert : entre excitation et intégration
pp. 243-252 : BABONNEAU, Marc (analyseur)
Analyse de : GREEN, A. - La lettre et la mort : promenade d'un psychanalyste à travers la littérature
pp. 253-266 : KAMIENIAK, Isabelle (analyseur)
Analyse de : KAMEL, François. - Entrer dans l'adolescence : le temps de la latence
pp. 253-266 : KAMIENIAK, Isabelle (analyseur)
Analyse de : DENIS, Paul. - Eloge de la bêtise
Revue française de psychanalyse, no 2, tomo 69, 2005
Le face à face psychanalytique
pp. 355-363 : JANIN, Claude
La tendresse du chirurgien
pp. 365-381 : ROUSSILLON, René
La "conversation" psychanalytique : un divan en latence
pp. 383-399 : REID, Wilfrid
Non seulement le face à face mais encore le divan ou le traumatique et le destin de l'hallucinatoire
pp. 401-414 : VOIZOT, Bernard
Le tiers indispensable au travail psychanalytique en face à face
pp. 417-429 : BICHI, Estela L. / HACKER, Anne-Lise (trad.)
La "phase de nidation" : processus ou non-processus dans le travail psychanalytique ?
pp. 431-449 : DELOURMEL, Christian
Face à face psychanalytique et réflexivité psychique : un panier de filets de pêcheurs
pp. 451-458 : DU PASQUIER, Marie-Alice / PELISSIER, Christine
"Quand j'avais un an, elle m'a pris mon couffin" : une indication de psychothérapie psychanalytique corporelle
pp. 459-478 : KHOURY, Maurice
D'un regard regardé
pp. 479-491 : L'HEUREUX LE BEUF, Diane
Face à face
pp. 493-504 : MISSENARD, Frédéric
Quand voir est nécessaire : intérêt et spécificité du face à face
pp. 505-518 : USOBIAGA, Isabel
Le désordre de ton nom
pp. 519-533 : ZILKHA, Nathalie
Le petit bassin
pp. 537-560 : BRUSSET, Bernard
Les psychothérapies et la loi : un débat d'actualité
pp. 563-577 : CHILAND, Colette
Problèmes posés aux psychanalystes par les transsexuels
Revue française de psychanalyse, no 3, tomo 69, 2005
Le tiers analytique
pp. 677-682 : GREEN, André
Adieu à Deauville
pp. 683-702 : ROLLAND, Jean-Claude
Le Moi, tiers de lui-même
pp. 703-715 : BALIER, Claude
La tiercéité à l'épreuve de la psycho-criminologie
pp. 717-729 : BOTELLA, Sara
L'Oedipe du ça ou Oedipe sans complexe
pp. 733-747 : BOURDIN, Dominique
Logique, sémiotique, pragmatisme et métaphysique : note sur la pensée de Charles Sanders Peirce
pp. 751-774 : OGDEN, Thomas H. / HACKER, Anne-Lise (trad.)
Le tiers analytique : les implications pour la théorie et la technique psychanalytique
pp. 777-788 : BOURDIN, Dominique
Cracher ou quelques figures de l'instauration du tiers analytique
pp. 789-807 : CHERVET, Bernard
Réverbération et éclipse de l'impératif tiers dans la cure
pp. 809-826 : DELOURMEL, Christian
Tiers analytique et pouvoir autoréflexif du psychisme : de quelques aléas
pp. 827-837 : DENIS, Paul
Séraphita, le mysticisme et la dissolution du tiers
pp. 839-846 : GUILLAUMIN, Jean
Naissance et renaissance du tiers dans le travail psychanalytique : entre altération et aliénation du double, le tiers
pp. 847-859 : LAVALLEE, Guy
Le tiers analytique : un attracteur substituable ?
pp. 861-868 : ODY, Michel
Notes théoriques et cliniques sur la tiercéité
pp. 871-889 : HERZOG, James M. / HACKER, Anne-Lise (trad.)
Los Degradados : hors du coup, déprimés, morts : le trauma transmis et infligé tel qu'il apparaît dans l'analyse d'une
petite fille de 6 ans
pp. 891-905 : BOKANOWSKI, Thierry
Variations sur le concept de "traumatisme" : traumatisme, traumatique, trauma
Revue française de psychanalyse, no 4, tomo 69, 2005
Les pulsions au milieu de la vie
pp. 993-1011 : LAZNIK PENOT, Marie-Christine
Le complexe de Jocaste
pp. 1013-1030 : SCHAEFFER, Jacqueline
Quel retour d'âge ? : début de la fin ou fin du début ?
pp. 1031-1042 : COURNUT JANIN, Monique
Le sexe, la mort, le temps
pp. 1043-1060 : LE GOUES, Gérard
Le stade des rides
pp. 1061-1069 : LE GUEN, Annick
Au mitan de la vie
pp. 1071-1086 : QUINODOZ, Danielle
La crise existentielle du "milieu de la vie" : la porte étroite
pp. 1087-1101 : GERARD, Christian
Les pulsions au début de la vie, les pulsions au milieu de la vie
pp. 1103-1116 : ANZIEU, Annie
Propos sur la féminité
pp. 1116-1132 : CHERVET, Emmanuelle
Scènes externes, scènes internes : une nouvelle chance pour la névrose infantile en milieu de vie ?
pp. 1133-1140 : ZILKHA, Nathalie
Une vie, une seule : limites, pertes, renoncement, regain
pp. 1141-1151 : DENIS, Paul
Psychanalyste, un métier d'immortel ?
pp. 1153-1170 : KAMIENIAK, Jean-Pierre
Sigmund Freud et la "ménopause masculine" : un homme sous influence
pp. 1171-1187 : JEANNEAU, Augustin
Les écrits de la maturité
pp. 1189-1204 : CHAUVEL, Pierre
Nostalgies et pulsions au milieu de la vie
pp. 1205-1224 : VIÑAR, Marcelo N. / HACKER, Anne-Lise (trad.)
La spécificité de la torture comme source de trauma : le désert humain quand les mots se meurent
pp. 1225-1245 : HARTKE, Raul / DRESCH, Vanise (trad.)
La situation traumatique fondamentale dans la relation analytique
pp. 1247-1261 : PERELBERG, Rosine Jozef (analyseur) / HACKER, Anne-Lise (trad.)
Analyse de : GREEN, André. - Idées directrices pour une psychanalyse contemporaine
Revue française de psychanalyse, no 5, tomo 69, 2005
La sublimation (spécial congrès)
pp. 1309-1379 : SECHAUD, Evelyne
Perdre, sublimer...
pp. 1381-1388 : COBLENCE, Françoise
Sublimer, déplacer
pp. 1389-1395 : KAHN, Laurence
La décomposition
pp. 1397-1403 : SCARFONE, Dominique
Sexuel aphasique et sublimation : la piste indicielle
pp. 1405-1474 : BALDACCI, Jean-Louis
"Dès le début"... la sublimation ?
pp. 1475-1483 : ANDRE, Jacques
Les sublimations, finalités sans fin
pp. 1485-1490 : DONNET, Jean-Luc
La voie sublimatoire et la situation analysante
pp. 1491-1494 : RIOLO, Fernando
Le sujet et l'objet de la sublimation
pp. 1495-1503 : CHETRIT VATINE, Viviane
De l'emprise à la caresse, le temps... d'un moment sublimatoire
pp. 1505-1512 : GAUTHIER, Martin
Inspirer et accueillir la sublimation : le rôle de l'objet
pp. 1513-1516 : GUILLAUMIN, Jean
Une pulsion nommée sublimation...
pp. 1517-1522 : CHERVET, Emmanuelle
Le "déjà-sublimé" : un étayage
pp. 1523-1529 : SQUITIERI, Giuseppe
Questions sur la sublimation
pp. 1531-1537 : CONROTTO, Francesco
La sublimation : un fonctionnement psychique de base ?
pp. 1539-1545 : LE GUELLEC, Yves
La sublimation, à l'horizon
pp. 1547-1554 : DUFOUR, Jacques
Du principe de raison à l'au-delà des pensées
pp. 1555-1563 : CHERVET, Bernard
La sublimation, un don d'illusion
pp. 1565-1573 : ROUSSILLON, René
Le processus et la capacité sublimatoire
pp. 1575-1582 : ROGER, Guy
Sublimation, création et civilisation
pp. 1583-1596 : MEROT, Patrick
Art corporel : le corps entre pensée sublimatoire et pensée opératoire
pp. 1597-1605 : COPPEL BATSCH, Marthe
"Ecrire, c'est faire sortir des choses de l'oubli" (Aharon Appelfeld)
pp. 1607-1612 : LEHALLE, Béatrice
Sublimation et crise du milieu de la vie
pp. 1613-1620 : JOUVENOT, Christian
Marguerite Obscur Donnadieu Duras : "sublime, forcément sublime"
pp. 1621-1628 : FABRE, Martine
La "grande" sublimation du Caravage, peintre et assassin
pp. 1629-1634 : VALON, Philippe
La Marquise de Merteuil : l'échec d'une sublimation ?
pp. 1635-1640 : GACHNOCHI, Georges
Création et sublimation chez János Bolyai
pp. 1641-1646 : ARTINIAN, Chantal
Sublimation de la violence et violence de la sublimation, une orientation sans fin ?
pp. 1647-1654 : LAFOND, Claudette
A propos de la création
pp. 1655-1667 : KRISTEVA, Julia
L'impudence d'énoncer : la langue maternelle
pp. 1669-1672 : LE GUEN, Claude
Positions et propositions sur la sublimation
pp. 1673-1677 : PENOT, Bernard
Dès le début, avec l'autre maternel
pp. 1679-1688 : PUYUELO, Rémy
Mouvement de latence et paliers sublimatoires : "jouer à faire le mort"
pp. 1689-1693 : ARGENTIERI, Simona / VALLE, Geni
Sublimation : un concept théoriquement malaisé et cliniquement ambigu
pp. 1695-1698 : DANON BOILEAU, Henri
Sublimation à la fin, ou la vieillesse de Léonard
pp. 1699-1703 : BOURDIN, Dominique
De la parole à la sublimation
pp. 1705-1712 : CARELS, Nicole
Sublimations, flux et ramifications
pp. 1713-1720 : CHAUVEL, Pierre
Si le cuivre s'éveille clairon
pp. 1721-1729 : LAVALLEE, Guy
Sublimations de vie et de mort : décorporation ou excorporation ?
pp. 1731-1737 : FLOURNOY, Olivier
La sublimation de Freud
pp. 1739-1745 : ITHIER, Béatrice
La fonction métaphorisante de l'interprétation comme sublimation du lien
pp. 1747-1756 : DECOURT, Pierre
Les voies de la sublimation sont-elles impénétrables ?
pp. 1757-1762 : FÈVE, Annaïk
Le corps sublime-t-il ?
pp. 1763-1770 : VAN LYSEBETH LEDENT, Michèle
Sublimation et perversion
Revue française de psychanalyse, no 1, tomo 70, 2006
L'acte
pp. 11-25 : ARTINIAN, Chantal
Acte manqué, travail de dérivation, formation intermédiaire
pp. 27-44 : PERRON BORELLI, Michèle
Les représentations d'actions
pp. 45-54 : GAGNEBIN, Murielle
La contemplation artistique : l'acte au travail
pp. 55-71 : BOKANOWSKI, Thierry
L'acte dans la pratique analytique de Sándor Ferenczi
pp. 73-82 : GODFRIND, Jacqueline
La voix de l'interprétation
pp. 83-106 : KHOURY, Maurice
Une séance à mille temps : séances à durée fixe et séances à durée variable : incompatibilité radicale ?
pp. 107-118 : CHAMBRIER, Josiane
Accepter, refuser : symbolisations en actes
pp. 119-136 : FERRANT, Alain
L'écriture pour la vie
pp. 137-150 : CORCOS, Maurice
La filiation en acte, à l'adolescence
pp. 151-163 : PERROT, Christophe
Le recours à l'acte dans une thérapie d'enfant
pp. 165-175 : CHARTIER, Jean-Pierre
L'analyste actant : une réponse aux agirs psychopathiques ?
pp. 177-195 : CIAVALDINI, André
La pédophilie, figure de la dépression primaire
pp. 197-213 : BALZER, Werner
La sensorialité et la violence : hypothèses sur un en-deçà du bien et du mal
pp. 215-228 : SCHACHT, Lore / POLLAK CORNILLOT, Michèle (trad.)
"L'inclination a fait son apparition comme un beau jour de printemps..."
Revue française de psychanalyse, no 2, tomo 70, 2006
Le contre-transfert
pp. 331-350 : DENIS, Paul
Incontournable contre-transfert
pp. 351-370 : GOYENA, Angela
Heinrich Racker ou le contre-transfert comme un nouveau départ de la technique psychanalytique
pp. 371-384 : URTUBEY, Louise de
Des origines du contre-transfert
pp. 385-404 : PARSONS, Michael / HACKER, Anne-Lise (trad.)
Le contre-transfert de l'analyste sur le processus psychanalytique
pp. 405-413 : ABENSOUR, Liliane
La brillance du contre-transfert
pp. 415-430 : ARTINIAN, Chantal
La maîtrise du contre-transfert, une butée organisatrice : figures de la pliure
pp. 431-443 : FERRO, Antonino
Marcella : d'une situation sensorielle explosive à la capacité de penser
pp. 445-456 : KASWIN BONNEFOND, Danielle
Transfert - contre-transfert : entre associativité et dissociativité
pp. 457-462 : KIPMAN, Simon-Daniel
Contre, tout contre
pp. 463-475 : LOUPPE, Albert
Transformations et dynamique transféro-contre-transférentielle
pp. 477-491 : HEENEN WOLFF, Susann
De la violence dans le contre-transfert
pp. 493-506 : LLOPIS SALVAN, Nicole
Un contre-transfert au travail
pp. 507-520 : KORFF SAUSSE, Simone
Contre-transfert, cliniques de l'extrême et esthétique
pp. 521-528 : SPARER, Ellen
Le destin d'un rêve d'analyste
pp. 529-552 : DIATKINE, Gilbert
Le rire
pp. 553-570 : KUCHENHOFF, Joachim / STRACHWITZ, Elisabeth von (trad.)
Traumatisme conflit, représentation : traumatisme et conflit ; une opposition ?
°°°°
Revue francophone de psycho-oncologie, no 1, vol 4, 2005
ÉDITORIAL
Évaluation de la qualité de vie en oncologie pp. 1 - 2
S. Dolbeault and A. Brédart
Politique et qualité de vie pp. 3 - 6
M.-F. Bacqué
DÉFINITIONS
Évaluation de la qualité de vie en oncologie: I—Définitions et objectifs pp. 7 - 12
A. Brédart and S. Dolbeault
MÉTHODES
Évaluation de la qualité de vie en oncologie: II—Méthodes pp. 13 - 17
A. Brédart and S. Dolbeault
LINGUISTIQUE
Vers une définition de la «qualité de vie»? pp. 18 - 22
D. Candel and D. Dubois
RECHERCHE
Valeur pronostique des mesures de qualité de vie en cancérologie pp. 23 - 28
T. Conroy, A. Brédart, S. Briançon
Relation entre qualité de vie et satisfaction des soins chez des patients en traitement dans un Centre régional de lutte
contre le cancer pp. 29 - 35
E. Desandes, T. Conroy, S. Briançon, et al.
Intérêt de la mesure individualisée de la qualité de vie en oncologie: utilisation du SEIQoL chez des patients traités pour
tumeur neuro-endocrine pp. 36 - 44
C. Rodary, S. Dauchy, C. Beauvallet, et al.
Intervention psycho-éducative pour diminuer la fatigue à la suite d’un cancer du sein: fondements, description du
contenu et démarche évaluative pp. 45 - 52
L. Fillion, F. Leblond, C. Gélinas, et al.
ARTICLE ORIGINAL
Réponses post-traumatiques et dissociation en oncologie pp. 53 - 59
A. Ronson
Réflexions sur l’accessibilité du psychologue en cancérologie pp. 60 - 67
F. Barruel
CINÉMA & CANCER
Les Invasions barbares: (Film franco-canadien de Denys Arcand, 2003) pp. 68 - 69
M. Garcia
Revue francophone de psycho-oncologie, no 2, vol 4, 2005
ÉDITORIAL
Cliniques du cancer et avancées de la prise en charge (71 - 73)
M.-F. Bacqué
PSYCHOPATHOLOGIE
Le syndrome de Lazare: une problématique de la rémission. Réflexions autour de la maladie cancéreuse chez l’adulte
(74 - 79)
É. Cavro, C. Bungener, A. Bioy
RECHERCHE
Caractéristiques psychosociales des patients cancéreux marocains: étude de 1 000 cas recrutés à l’Institut national
d’oncologie de Rabat (80 - 85)
H. Errihani, N. Abarrou, A. Ayemou, O. el Mesbahi, A. el Mazghi, A. Marzouki, M. Karim, B. K. el Gueddari, H.
Chergui, M. Hammoudi
POLITIQUE
Des psychologues au sein d’un réseau de cancérologie (86 - 89)
E. Poulin, F. Nicaise, O. Baqué
SOUTIEN PSYCHOLOGIQUE
Réflexions concernant un groupe de fratries d’enfants malades dans un service d’oncologie pédiatrique (90 - 95)
H.-P. Bass, N. Trocmé, G. Leverger
Les enfants des patientes atteintes d’un cancer du sein: expérience à l’Institut Bordet (96 - 101)
A. Taquet
Le deuil, expérience de fraternité et d’altérité. Le groupe d’entraide, expérience d’appartenance (102 - 104)
D. Davous
ARTICLE ORIGINAL
Le cancer indépendant du psychisme: un manque d’interprétation créatrice? (105 - 116)
F. Kwiatkowski, C. Dalle, H. Auvray
Pertes, renoncements et intégrations: les processus de deuil dans les cancers (117 - 123)
M.-F. Bacqué
TÉMOIGNAGE
Cancers à la chaîne* (124 - 132)
LIVRES ET VIDÉOS
Livre et Vidéos (133 - 136)
ASSOCIATIONS
Choisir l’Espoir: Association d’aide aux enfants atteints de cancer et à leur famille (137 - 138)
Revue francophone de psycho-oncologie, no 3, vol 4, 2005
ÉDITORIAL
Sexualité et cancer: d’un deuil à l’autre, les maux de l’Intime (139 - 140)
É. Marx
Communicating about Cancer and Sexuality: From the Exam Room to the Bedroom (141 - 142)
L. R. Schover
Non, le sacrifice de la sexualité n’est plus le prix à payer pour guérir d’un cancer (143 - 144)
M.-F. Bacqué
SÉNOLOGIE CLINIQUE
Comment aimer avec un sein en moins et un cancer en plus? (145 - 150)
D. Gros
SÉNOLOGIE THÉRAPEUTIQUE
Répercussions somatiques et psychologiques des modifications hormonales liées aux traitements adjuvants des cancers
du sein de la femme jeune (151 - 156)
C. Mathelin and K. Annane
SÉNOLOGIE ET RECONSTRUCTION
Reconstruction mammaire et sexualité (157 - 160)
C. Bruant-Rodier and Th. Kjartansdottir
QUALITÉ DE VIE
Impact sur la qualité de vie et la sexualité du traitement hormonal chez les patientes atteintes d’un cancer du sein (161 169)
R. Poinsot, A. Brédart, P. This, A. Rochefordière, S. Dolbeault
SEXUALITÉ
Cancer du sein et sexualité (170 - 174)
A. Taquet
ENTRETIEN
Curiethérapie du cancer du col de l’utérus (175 - 180)
C. Haie-Meder, P. Quetin, M.-F. Bacqué, É. Marx
CANCER DE LA PROSTATE
Retentissement sur la sexualité des traitements du cancer de la prostate (181 - 184)
D. Jacqmin
STOMATHÉRAPIE
Quand le soin renvoie à la sexualité (185 - 189)
D. Patte and A. Jonghe
SEXOLOGIE CLINIQUE
Traitement du cancer de la prostate: la consultation sexologique (190 - 193)
J. Sédivy
FÉCONDITÉ
L’autoconservation de sperme chez les adolescents atteints de cancer (194 - 200)
É. Seigneur, C. Flahault, M. Delage
SEXUALITÉ
Quelle vie pour le couple après le cancer? Le couple et la sexualité (201 - 206)
E. Hirch
ARTICLE ORIGINAL
Étude des effets dépressogènes des immunothérapies chez des patients atteints de cancers du rein métastatiques (207 217)
V. Giraud, N. Rascle, A. Ravaud
COMPTE-RENDU
Compte-rendu du colloque «Cancer et Sexualité» Bruxelles, 21-22 mai 2005 (218 - 219)
É. Marx
TÉMOIGNAGE
Cancers à la chaîne* (220 - 231)
LIVRES ET VIDÉOS
Le temps d’un cancer. Chroniques d’un médecin malade. 2005.: Sylvie Froucht-Hirsch, Éditions Vuibert, Collection
Espace Éthique, 141 pages (232 - 233)
Marie-Frédérique Bacqué
Revue francophone de psycho-oncologie, no 4, vol 4, 2005
EDITORIAL
Cancers, croyances et spiritualités (235 - 236)
M. Reich
EDITORIAL
Spirituality and meaning in cancer (237 - 240)
W. Breitbart
ÉDITORIAL
La médecine s’était constituée à son insu comme un système de croyances, acceptera-t-elle de prendre conscience des
représentations des malades, comme des siennes? (241 - 242)
M.-F. Bacqué
PROGRAMME
XXIIe Congrès de la Société Française de Psycho-Oncologie: 1er-2 décembre 2005—LilleCancers, Croyances &
Spiritualités (243 - 247)
ÉTHIQUE
Spiritualité et puissance du corps (249 - 252)
Bernard-Marie Dupont
ANTHROPOLOGIE
Imaginaire social, science et croyance (253 - 260)
D. Mallet, D. Vanheems, S. Soyez, A. Herbaut, H. Chekroud
Imaginaire social et Cancer (261 - 267)
P. Moulin
CLINIQUE
Personnalité, représentations et adaptation à la maladie cancéreuse: étude comparative (268 - 277)
S. Pucheu, S. M. Consoli, B. Landi, T. Lecomte
ÉTHIQUE
Croire ou comprendre: il faut choisir? (278 - 280)
O. Bézy
Le concept d’alliance à l’épreuve de la relation de soins (281 - 284)
D. Jacquemin
PSYCHOLOGIE
Contexte interlocutoire de l’appropriation subjective des probabilités en oncogénétique (285 - 287)
M. Batt, A. Trognon, É. Luporsi, J. Laux
PSYCHOLOGIE DE LA SANTÉ
Impact du contrôle perçu, de l’attribution causale interne et du contrôle religieux sur la qualité de vie et l’évolution de la
maladie de patientes atteintes d’un premier cancer du sein (288 - 291)
F. Cousson-Gélie, M. Bruchon-Schweitzer, J.-M. Dilhuydy, S. Irachabal, F. Lakdja
Contrôle externe et impuissance/désespoir: impact sur l’ajustement à une biopsie mammaire et au diagnostic de cancer
du sein (292 - 295)
C. Segrestan, F. Cousson-Gélie, E. Bussières
EXTRAIT DE COMMUNICATION
Comment répondre aux attentes des malades atteints de cancer en matière de croyances et de spiritualité? (296 - 298)
R. Zittoun
Croyances et thérapies médicamenteuses (299 - 301)
N. Diasio
Cancer et chimiothérapie: entre représentations et croyances (302 - 304)
L. Dany, D. Marie, P. Cannone, É. Dudoit
Expérience spirituelle de la fin de vie (305 - 307)
B. Cazin
L’approche de la maladie grave dans les religions (308 - 311)
A. Goldmann
LIVRES ET VIDÉOS
Dieu aime-t-il les malades? Les religions monothéistes face à la maladie: Nicolas Martin et Antoine Spire, Éditions
Anne Carrière, Paris, 2004, 326 pages, 18 euros (331 - 332)
Marie-Frédérique Bacqué
°°°°°
Ricerca e pratica, no 1, no 121, anno 21, 2005
EDITORIALE
È ora che la comunità scientifica batta, finalmente, un colpo Silvio Garattini
RICERCA SUL CAMPO
La terapia antibiotica in medicina generale. Motivazioni extra-biologiche e comportamentali che influiscono sulla
decisione terapeutica Enrico Massa, Roberto Fassina, Renzo Sieve
L’ARGOMENTO
Citocromo P450 e interazioni metaboliche (parte II: le distanze tra la ricerca e la pratica) Alessandro Nobili, Luca
Pasina, Silvio Caccia
WEBWATCH
www.nograziepagoio.it
ABC
La regressione logistica Rita Campi
RECENSIONI
NHS plc; The truth about the drug companies
DIVERSAMENTE ABILI
Il progetto MAIA Luca Clivio, Simone Mangano, Andrea Tosato, Raffaella Rosas, Matteo Taiana
Il Progetto MAIA. Le figure
NEWS AND VIEWS
Cosa scrivere sulla ricetta: il nome commerciale del farmaco o il principio attivo? Mauro Pecchioli, Silvio Garattini
Latte per l’infanzia
Ricerca e pratica, no 2, no 122, anno 21, 2005
EDITORIALE
Ancora troppi conflitti d’interesse a Bruxelles Silvio Garattini
FORMAZIONE CONTINUA
Metodologia della ricerca e Good Clinical Practice Maurizio Belfiglio, Fabio Capani, Antonio Nicolucci, Gianni
Tognoni, Miriam Valentini
L’ARGOMENTO
Prevenzione della patologia cardiovascolare nel diabete: riflessioni sui possibili meccanismi della ridotta efficacia
dell’aspirina Virgilio Evangelista, Licia Totani, Serenella Rotondo, Roberto Lorenzet, Gianni Tognoni, Giorgia De
Berardis, Antonio Nicolucci
WEBWATCH
http://www.usp.org/index.html Silvia Maschi
ABC
Odds e Odds ratio Roberto Buzzetti
PAROLE CHIAVE
Competing interest Marco Bobbio
RECENSIONI
Ambiente a (dis)misura di bambino Elena Fattore
Controinformazione per vivere meglio Mauro Pecchioli
Allattamento al seno: top one Maria Ersilia Armeni
EBM nella storia Gianni Tognoni
NEWS AND VIEWS
Bridges (Ponti) Aurora Bonaccorsi
Promuovere la cooperazione arabo-israeliana: costruire la pace attraverso iniziative per la salute Maurizio Bonati
No grazie, pago io! Anche in Francia nasce "Non Merci..." Association Mieux Prescrire
Dalla osservazione alla valutazione degli interventi Michele Gangemi
Ricerca e pratica, no 3, no 123, anno 21, 2005
EDITORIALE
Le buone regole dell’alimentazione
Silvio Garattini
RICERCA SUL CAMPO
La prevalenza della ipertensione arteriosa in Val di Chiana: uno studio della Cooperativa Etruria Medica (CEM)
Roberto Nasorri, Paolo Ricciarini, Alfredo Mariangeloni
PAROLE CHIAVE
Peer review
Tom Jefferson
WEBWATCH
Pediatri in Africa: l’impegno di Medici con l’Africa
Linda Previato
DIVERSAMENTE ABILI
L’intervento di comunicazione aumentativa in età evolutiva
Antonella Costantino, Nora Bergamaschi
RECENSIONI
Diciamolo chiaramente Michele Gangemi, Federica Zanetto
Nascere e crescere oggi in Italia Elisabetta Tola
NEWS AND VIEWS
24 anni di Palmarès dei farmaci della revue Prescrive Aurora Bonaccorsi
Cura come dialogo: la parola e il gesto di cura sul limite della sofferenza Ilaria Roncoli
NO GRAZIE, PAGO IO!
In che compagnia stiamo: perché i medici dovrebbero rifiutarsi di vedere i rappresentanti dei farmaci (Traduzione da
Annals of Family Practice)
Fabio Suzzi
Ricerca e pratica, no 4, no 124, anno 21, 2005
EDITORIALI
Il monitoraggio della popolazione irachena: un imperativo etico e professionale
Pirous Fateh-Moghadam
L’ARGOMENTO
Comitati etici: tra procedure burocratiche e opportunità di ricerca
Gaia Marsico
PAROLE CHIAVE
Impact factor
Vanna Pistotti, Giovanni A. Fava
DIVERSAMENTE ABILI
Progetto MAIA: l'impatto sugli utenti
Luca Clivio, Simone Mangano
RECENSIONI
Il fuoriuscito
Gianna Milano
AGGIORNAMENTO
Vioxx, medicina riduzionista, profitti, informazione condizionata e la coscienza del medico
Guido Giustetto
NEWS AND VIEWS
"Abitare la città invisibile": fotografia di una Milano dis-abitabile. Rapporto NAGA Benedetta Schiavetti
Congresso ACP. Il pediatra nella comunità, 20-22 ottobre 2005
NEWS AND VIEWS
La "pressione" del marketing sulla gestione del controllo domiciliare della glicemia Antonio Nicolucci
NO GRAZIE, PAGO IO!
Giù le mani Antonio Clavenna
Lettera al Dr. Pierluigi Tucci, Presidente della FIMP Silvia Marchi, Miriam Prodi
Ricerca e pratica, no 5, no 125, anno 21, 2005
EDITORIALI
Rapporto 2004 sul consumo dei farmaci in Italia
Silvio Garattini
RICERCA SUL CAMPO
Risultati dello studio sulle bronchiti croniche riacutizzate 2003-2004 Asl Città di Milano - Distretto 2 (parte I)
Paolo Longoni, Fabrizio Montalto, Giuseppina Borrini, Jerta Pangrazzi, Paola Nigro
FORMAZIONE CONTINUA
La formazione permanente in Italia, il possibile ruolo dell’evidence based medicine: qualcosa si muove. Clinical
Evidence ed ECCE
Ivan Moschetti, Lorenzo Moja, Pietro Dri, Roberto Manfrini, Roberto Satolli, Christian Deligant, Alessandro Liberati
ABC
L'analisi di sopravvivenza Rita Campi
WEBWATCH
A caccia di EBM Simona Bertoglio
L'Url della salute Il Pensiero Scientifico Editore
PAROLE CHIAVE
E-learning. Una parola chiave e molti concetti chiave
Salvo Fedele
RECENSIONI
La rivoluzione delle cellule staminali
Roberto Latini
NEWS AND VIEWS
Live8 Paolo Barnard
Congresso CSeRMEG. Determinanti della salute, disuguaglianza, discriminazione: lo sguardo della medicina generale,
21-22 ottobre 2005
DIVERSAMENTE ABILI
Libri modificati. Piacevoli esperienze di lettura al bambino sano e disabile
NO GRAZIE, PAGO IO!
In gruppo è meglio
Sono un casa farmaceutica-dipendente? Guido Giustetto
Conflitto di interesse: un rituale? Silvio Garattini
Ricerca e pratica, no 6, (no 126), anno 21, 2005
EDITORIALE
Influenza aviaria: proviamo a fare chiarezza
Luisella Grandori, Chiara Scanagatta
L’alfabetizzazione sanitaria è una cosa seria da The Lancet
Il diritto alla salute nel mondo: una questione anche bioetica
Chiara Scanagatta
Copyright Paolo Subioli
Partecipasalute, un portale per i cittadini & pazienti
Paola Mosconi, Cinzia Colombo
Ricerca traslazionale
Giovanni Apolone
Progetto MAIA: Affective Computing. Esprimere emozioni per comunicare con un computer
Luca Clivio
L'esperienza e la pratica sono essenziali per l'EBM
Maurizio Bonati
L'epidemiologia interessa al politico?
Cesare Cislaghi
Bambini in Africa: vittime silenziose delle disuguaglianze socio-sanitarie
Mattia Verardi
Il vizio della memoria: l'atteggiamento delle organizzazioni mediche per la morte del papa
Giuliano Bono, Guido Giustetto
Sicurezza della vaccinazione antinfluenzale dei bambini
Vittorio Demicheli, Tom Jefferson
ISDB news Dialogo sui Farmaci
Meglio, forse, un gesto perplesso Luca De Fiore
Lo European's Patients' Forum rappresenta gli interessi dei pazienti o dell'industria?
A cura di Adriano Cattaneo
Produttori di dubbi
A cura di Franco Giovanetti
Le medicine che servono a me
Traduzione di Fabio Suzzi
Ricerca e pratica, no 1, (no 127), anno 22, 2006
Progetto "Osservare per Conoscere". La valutazione multidimensionale della popolazione anziana nel Veneto nella
pratica della medicina generale
PROGETTO "OSSERVARE PER CONOSCERE" (OpC). La valutazione multidimensionale della popolazione anziana
nella pratica della medicina generale
EDITORIALE
Osservare per Conoscere (OpC). Una sintesi fatta di proposte di lettura
Gianni Tognoni
La valutazione multidimensionale della popolazione anziana nel Veneto nella pratica della medicina generale. Prima
parte
La valutazione multidimensionale della popolazione anziana nel Veneto nella pratica della medicina generale. Seconda
Parte
Allegato. Il questionario dell'indagine trasversale
Ricerca e pratica, no 2, (no 128), anno 22, 2006
EDITORIALE
La ripartizione del Fondo Sanitario Nazionale non dovrebbe anche considerare le disuguaglianze di sviluppo tra le
Regioni?
Maurizio Bonati, Rita Campi, Lorena Labate
RICERCA SUL CAMPO
Le inserzioni pubblicitarie pubblicate sulle riviste del medico di famiglia
Maurizio Bonati, Antonio Clavenna, Silvia Maschi, Giancarlo Biasini, Rita Campi, Lorena Labate, Paolo Longoni,
Mauro Miselli, Mario Narducci, Alessandro Nobili, Daniela Zanfi
PAROLE CHIAVE
"Letteratura grigia": una "Cenerentola" che si trasforma
Paola de Castro
WEBWATCH
GIMBE: Gruppo Italiano per la Medicina Basata sulle Evidenze Simona Bertoglio
1a Conferenza Nazionale GIMBE Laura Reali
DIVERSAMENTE ABILI
Progetto MAIA: dispositivi e strategie
Luca Clivio
RECENSIONI
Una lunga notte... Giorgio Gallione
Errare è umano Stefano Cagliano
Pillole amare Luca De Fiore
NEWS AND VIEWS
L'ISDB Maria Font
Dialogo sui Farmaci Redazione DsF
NEWS AND VIEWS
Informazione sui Farmaci Redazione IsF
FOCUS: un bollettino indipendente di farmacovigilanza Redazione FOCUS
NEWS AND VIEWS
Avviato il progetto "Call Center Regionale per le situazioni psichiatriche di confine" Alberto Spagnoli, Alessandro
Nobili
IX Consensus Conference sull'immigrazione. "... per una salute senza esclusione" Salvatore Geraci
NO GRAZIE, PAGO IO!
Pubblicità dei farmaci in un software per la prescrizione Guido Giustetto
LO SAI MAMMA?
Viaggiare in auto
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Rivista di psichiatria, no 1, vol 40, 2005
RASSEGNA
Considerazioni sul decorso dei disturbi bipolari
Giuseppe Maina, Amberto Albert, Virginio Salvi, Eugenio Aguglia, Filippo Bogetto
STUDI SPERIMENTALI
Disfunzione autonomica nello spettro depressivo: ruolo della valutazione del dQT nei disturbi depressivi quale indice di
rischio cardiologico
Antonello Bellomo, Albacenzina Borelli, Alberto Lepore, Carmine Lepore, Barbara Cafarelli, Piero Porcelli, Orlando
Todarello
STUDI SPERIMENTALI
Le Organizzazioni di Significato Personale: un modello a tre dimensioni
Gherardo Mannino
STUDI SPERIMENTALI
Current and future psychotherapy trends in United States graduate psychiatric training
Anu A. Matorin, Robert W. Guynn, Sandra Sexson, Vinay Kapoot, Pedro Ruiz
CASO CLINICO
Sindrome di Capgras: revisione della letteratura e descrizione di un caso clinico
Pierluigi Scarciglia, Fabio Maddalena, Orfefs Piperopoulos, Mauro Pallagrosi
Rivista di psichiatria, no 2, vol 40, 2005
RASSEGNA
I Fattori Terapeutici Specifici Comuni (FTSC) nelle psicoterapie e negli altri trattamenti
Eugenio Gallo, Giuseppe Berti Ceroni, Cecilia Neri, Andrea Scardovi
STUDI SPERIMENTALI
Rilevazione della sindrome del burnout nei reparti SPDC, Nefrologia, Dialisi dell’Ospedale Sandro Pertini di Roma
Eliana Pizzichi, Vanessa Corradetti, Simona Gherardelli, Letizia Satta
STUDI SPERIMENTALI
Elaborazione corticale di un brano musicale in musicisti e non musicisti indagata mediante elettroencefalografia
computerizzata (EEG-C)
Bernardo Nardi, Emidio Arimatea, Marco Brandoni, Ilaria Capecci, Rossella Colucci, Arnaldo Giacomucci, Anna
Maria Morresi, Lucia Pellei
STUDI SPERIMENTALI
La psichiatria brasiliana: realtà e prospettive
Marcelo Turkienicz Berlim, Marcelo Pio de Albeida Fleck
CASO CLINICO
Corea di Huntington in assenza di familiarità per disturbi del movimento
Michele Raja, Antonella Azzoni
Rivista di psichiatria, no 3, vol 40, 2005
RASSEGNA
Fobia sociale: approcci terapeutici
Silvana Potenza, Maurizio Pompili, Amedeo Ruberto, Roberto Tatarelli
RASSEGNA
La depressione come malattia sistemica: il continuum fra sintomi psichici, somatici e approccio terapeutico
Riccardo Torta, Carlotta Berra, Paola Caldera
STUDI SPERIMENTALI
I disturbi del sonno nel Disturbo Ossessivo-Compulsivo
Giuseppe Maina, Gianluca Rosso, Giovanni Francesco Asinari, Umberto Albert, Filippo Bogetto
Evoluzione a medio termine dell’Anoressia Nervosa in pazienti che hanno abbandonato la terapia
Tatiana Zanetti, Laura Cenci, Angela Favaro, Paolo Santonastaso
Studio RMN delle alterazioni qualitative cerebrali nella schizofrenia
Adele Quartini, Orfefs Piperopoulos, Angela Iannitelli, Marco Paolemili, Daniela Pucci, Claudio Di Biasi, Gianfranco
Gualdi, Giuseppe Bersani
Uso del gabapentin in pazienti con depressione unipolare resistenti a un precedente trattamento farmacologico con
antidepressivi
Marianna Margherita Moscariello, Valerio Orlandi, Massimo Salviati, Massimo Biondi
CASO CLINICO
Stalking, dalla clinica alla teoria: lo stalker
Alessandra Berti, Carlo Fizzotti, Camilla Maberino, Elisa Zanelli
Rivista di psichiatria, no 4, vol 40, 2005
RASSEGNA
Associazione tra aplotipi del sistema HLA e agranulocitosi indotta da clozapina
Fabio Maddalena, Giuseppe Bersani
STUDI SPERIMENTALI
Uso dei neurolettici convenzionali o atipici nella prima ospedalizzazione per psicosi acuta
Giorgio Pigato, Federico Vignaga, Luigi Pavan
Valutazione dell’efficacia clinica e tollerabilità dello switch da trattamento antipsicotico per via iniettiva a quello per os
con quetiapina
Giuseppe Ducci, Domenico Accorrà
Studio naturalistico sull’impiego degli antipsicotici nella formulazione long-acting negli SPDC di Roma e del Lazio
Francesca Pacitti, Angela Iannitelli, Giuseppe Bersani
Farmacovigilanza e controllo dei piani di assistenza nella prescrizione di antipsicotici atipici
Antonio Casciotta, Clotilde Cacciapuoti, Roberto Capitani
UN APPROFONDIMENTO DI PSICOPATOLOGIA
Aspetti psicopatologici del delirio
Marco Muscillo, Alessandro Valchera, Nicoletta Carlotta Rusconi, Bruno Callieri
Rivista di psichiatria, no 5, vol 40, 2005
RASSEGNA
Il burn-out in oncologia: analisi ed evidenze sperimentali di un fenomeno emergente
Cinzia Bressi, Matteo Porcellana
STUDI SPERIMENTALI
Disturbi dell’Alimentazione in primary care: rilevazione di casi “a rischio” di Anoressia e Bulimia con la
collaborazione dei Medici di Medicina Generale dell’area napoletana
Giancarlo Di Pietro, Massimo Morlino, Manlio Grimaldi, Nunziatina Coppola, Luigi Valoroso
Esperienza di trattamento dell’aumento di peso indotto da antipsicotici in un gruppo di pazienti afferenti a un centro di
consultazione psichiatrica
Alessandro Carano, Domenico De Berardis, Cinzia di Paolo, Daniela Campanella, Francesco Gambi, Gianna Sepede,
Maria Teresa Guagnano, Nicolantonio D'Orazio, Gabriele Salini, Enrico Mancini, Carla Cotellessa, Rosa Maria
Salerno, Filippo Maria Ferro
Un indicatore di valutazione di qualità per una casa di cura psichiatrica convenzionata
Simona Abate, Alfonso D'Amato, Domenico Belpedio, Domenico Ventra
Nuove possibilità di valutazioni psichiatriche con sistemi web-based: uno studio pilota
Vittorio De Luca, Giulio Baldi, Marco Bernardini, Andrea Giambartolomei, Maria Grasso, Gabriele Cavaggioni
CASO CLINICO
La nevrosi ossessiva: l’Io tra l’Essere e il Nulla
Nino Anselmi, Antonio Vento, Valeria Savoja
Rivista di psichiatria, no 6, vol 40, 2005
RASSEGNA
Il malato oncologico: modelli di intervento ed evidenze sperimentali
Cinzia Bressi, Matteo Porcellana
STUDI SPERIMENTALI
Switch da antipsicotici tradizionali iniettivi a quetiapina orale in pazienti psicotici acuti ospedalizzati
Giovanni Corsini, Elio Di Marco
L'opinione dei pazienti sui fattori terapeutici del gruppo-cinema: uno studio pilota
Luciana Marmai, Bruno Biancosino, Denis Rocchi, Vasiliki Kotrotsiou, Venetia Avramidou, Luigi Grassi
Valutazione di efficacia di un intervento strutturato cognitivo-comportamentale di gruppo per pazienti ricoverati
Franco Veltro, Antonio Cuccaro, Nicola Vendittelli, Ines Oricchio, Antonella Scinto, Alessia Dragani, Pierluigi
Morosini
La quetiapina nel trattamento a lungo termine del Disturbo Bipolare complicato da gioco d'azzardo patologico
Piero Mannu, Giampaolo Minnai
CASO CLINICO
Tempo della realtà materiale e tempo della realtà umana: casi clinici
Maria Grasso
Rivista di psichiatria, no 1, vol 41, 2006
RASSEGNE
La quetiapina nel Disturbo Bipolare. Una rassegna sistematica degli studi internazionali
Cesario Bellantuono, Micaela Nicoli, Giuseppe Imperadore, Claudio Vampini
I disturbi psichiatrici dei pazienti con malattie endocrine
Valeria Mondelli, Carmine M. Pariante
STUDI SPERIMENTALI
Il trauma tra passato e presente. Aspetti psicopatologici nei caregivers di traumatizzati cranici: un punto di vista
psicodinamico
Emilia Ferruzza, Eleonora Sale, Elena Mercuriali, Elena Boatto
Le Organizzazioni di Significato Personale: verso un ampliamento del sistema di classificazione
Gherardo Mannino
La "paura del dentista" nei bambini che frequentano le scuole elementari: un'esperienza in ambito pedodontico
Maria Antonietta Coccanari de' Fornari, Massimo Salviati, Luca Maiello, Antonio Del Casale, Ariana Rreli, Michele
Piccione
CASO CLINICO
Un caso clinico di azzardo e molestie
Alessandra Berti, Carlo Fizzotti, Camilla Maberino
Rivista di psichiatria, no 2, vol 41, 2006
RASSEGNE
Aspetti clinico-terapeutici delle sindromi schizofreniche:
l’impatto dei nuovi antipsicotici
Alfredo Carlo Altamura, Annalisa Santini, Silvia Zenoni, Serena Vismara
Il ruolo dei fattori genetici nell’eziopatogenesi della dislessia.
Convergenze con la schizofrenia e le altre patologie psichiatriche
Maria Laura Maneschi, Fabio Maddalena, Giuseppe Bersani
STUDI SPERIMENTALI
Well-Being Therapy del disturbo ansioso generalizzato.
Uno studio controllato randomizzato
Chiara Ruini, Chiara Rafanelli, Carlotta Belaise, Lara Mangelli, Stefania Fabbri, Giovanni Andrea Fava
Trattamento cognitivo-comportamentale nel Disturbo
Ossessivo-Compulsivo:risultati di uno studio di esito naturalistico
in aperto con follow-up a 6,12 e 24 mesi
Francesco Mancini, Barbara Barcaccia, Rosario Capo, Amelia Gangemi, Andrea Gragnani, Claudia Perdighe, Antonella
Rainone, Giuseppe Romano
Esito a 10 anni di Disturbo da Attacchi di Panico: uno studio longitudinale naturalistico
Paolo Preziosa, Stefania Roma, Massimo Biondi
CASO CLINICO
Di un caso di stalker con delirio erotomanico: alcune riflessioni in tema di trattamento del paziente “socialmente
pericoloso” nei servizi psichiatrici territoriali
Felice Carabellese, Chiara Candelli
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Rivista medica italiana di psicoterapia ed ipnosi, vol 1, anno 17, 2005
Editoriale
I paradossi della mamma.
Riccardo Arone di Bertolino, Federica Panzanini
Due amiche d’eccezione: la morte e la vita.
Sarah Cervellati
Lavori Originali
Disturbo da alimentazione incontrollata: relitto nosografico o problema clinico attuale? Riflessioni su un caso clinico
Chiara Marchionni, Christian Di Marco, Fabrizio Pedrabissi, Domenico Saccà
Casi Clinici
Ogni occasione è buona. Un caso di neurite intercostale.
Vittoria Irace
La magia azzurra.
Silvana Montin
Mary… per caso.
Daniele Cibelli
L’apprendista stregone e la “dark lady”.
Pasquale Lupo
Comunicazione ipnotica in un caso di reazione postraumatica da stress.
Anna Rossi
Cefalea: un brutto ricordo.
Achille Putaturo, Carmelo Frasti, Clelia D’Angelo, Antonio De Liberato, Enrico Flocco
Revisioni della Letteratura
La ginnastica masticatoria: una nevrosi del nostro tempo.
Nino Giangregorio
Rivista medica italiana di psicoterapia ed ipnosi, vol 2, anno 17, 2005
Editoriale
Il tempo della psicoterapia. Elementi e criteri per la prognosi di durata.
Riccardo Arone di Bertolino
Lavori Originali
Il modello complesso della salute mentale nell’esperienza toscana.
Ugo Corrieri
Ipnosi: le immagini del cambiamento. Utilizzo ipnotico e post-ipnotico delle immagini mentali nell’elaborazione del
vissuto.
DanielaCarissimi
Il disturbo ossessivo-compulsivo.
Federica Panzanini
L’ipnosi nella comunicazione.
Patrizio Bellini
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PSICOTERAPIA E COMUNICAZIONE NELLO STUDIO ODONTOIATRICO 7 MAGGIO 2005, CATTOLICA RN
Il mio amico dentista: rapporto bambino-odontoiatra.
Roberto Olivi, Francesca Olivi
La comunicazione efficace.
Maurizio Zomparelli
Curare gli anziani
Mara Simoncini, Luigi Maria Pernigotti
L’ipnosi preoperatoria. Studio controllato su pazienti in fase pre e post chirurgi-ca.
Maurizio Massarini, Francesco Rovetto, Claudio Tagliaferri
Il ruolo dell’assistente alla poltrona nello studio odontoiatrico: il punto di vista del medico e del paziente.
Alessandro Corretti, Giorgio Corretti
Odontoiatria analogica.
Enrico Morari
Suggestioni positive e non-sense nella relazione col paziente odontoiatrico.
Bruno Camplese
Rivista medica italiana di psicoterapia ed ipnosi, vol 1, anno 18, 2006
Editoriale
Il suicidio.
Riccardo Arone di Bertolino, Federica Panzanini pag 11.
Matematica e ipnosi: la crisi del metodo scientifico.
Vito Veccia “ 25
L’ambito legale d’applicazione dei principi psicoterapeutici e dell’ipnosi per il laureato in odontoiatria.
Massimo Della Siega “ 33
Contributi Teorici
Adolescenza e difese psichiche.
Alessio Fagugli “ 45
Lavori Originali
La “parolaccia” in psicoterapia.
Pasquale Lupo “ 59
Stimolazione neurosensoriale polimodale: evoluzione delle tecniche ipnotiche in odontoiatria.
Umberto Montecorboli, Gloria Montecorboli “ 65
Casi Clinici
Un’ipnosi colorata Thomas Koehring “ 83
Vomito come espressione simbolica di un disagio interiore. Roberto Magnani “ 91
Un caso di alopecia femminile trattato con l’integrazione di agopuntura e ipnosi Mauro Gallina “ 101
Sedazione ipnotica nella chirurgia stereotassica: case report. Anna Rossi “ 111
Rubriche
Rapporti
L’ipnosi e la visualizzazione nella malattia.
Francesca Baiardi, Redina Gega, Antonella Mariani, Lanfranco Mariottini, Nadia Manghi “ 119
La qualità didattica. Viaggio nelle scuole di psicoterapia italiane.
Maurizio Zomparelli “ 123
Rassegna dalla letteratura internazionale sull’ipnosi
di O. Mercante “ 133
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Rivista sperimentale di freniatria, no 1, vol 129, 2005
Trauma e guerra
Derek Summerfield,
Gli effetti della guerra: trauma, ridefinizione morale, vendetta, riconciliazione e versioni medicalizzate della guarigione
Sergio Piro,
Tesi provvisorie sulla guerra, sull'esclusione sociale, sulla privazione dei diritti, sulla sofferenza oscura
Inam Omar Abdul Rashied,
Vincere la violenza di matrice religiosa
Barbara L. Fredrickson, Michele M. Tugade, Christian E. Waugh, Gregory R. Larkin,
A cosa servono le emozioni positive nelle situazioni critiche? Studio prospettico su resilienza ed emozioni dopo gli
attacchi terroristici agli USA dell'11 settembre 2001
Mary Gergen,
Statistiche, racconti e sopravvivenza. Una conciliatoria metabolizzazione psichica del trauma dello tsunami nell'Oceano
Indiano
Viveca Hazboun,
Esperienze cliniche sul campo: di guerra e del PTSD
Christian G. De Vito,
Guerra, violenze istituzionali e tortura
Rivista sperimentale di freniatria, no 2, vol 129, 2005
Psicopatologia e cultura nel pensiero di Ernesto de Martino
Pietro Pascarelli,
Editoriale
Marcello Massenzio,
Premessa ai due saggi di Ernesto de Martino
Ernasto de Martino,
Crisi della presenza e reintegrazione religiosa
Ernesto de Martino,
Il problema della fine del mondo
Clara Gallini,
Il lato oscuro dell'anima
Clara Gallini, (a cura di) - trascrizione di Adelina Talamonti,
Appendice: la psicanalisi di Enico Morselli. Note di lettura di Ernesto de Martino
Marcello Massenzio,
Tra cultura e psicopatologia
Bruno Callieri, Mauro Baldonato,
Soglie dell'impensabile. Apocalissi e salvezza in Ernesto de Martino
Roberto Beneduce,
Come curano le culture? Appunti sul guarire e l'efficacia simbolica, a partire da Ernesto de Martino
Andrea Scartabellati,
L'esplorazione castrense degli psichiatri italiani: continuità o discontinuità della Grande guerra?
Rivista sperimentale di freniatria, suppl no 3, vol 129, 2005
Potere psichiatrico e biopolitica atti del convegno Il soggetto che non c’è / Le sujet qui n’est
pas Michel Foucault 1984-2004, Trieste, 5-6 novembre 2004
Robert Castel,
Michel Foucault e le critiche della psichiatria: una lettura soggettiva
Mario Colucci,
Dalla resistenza al potere alla costituzione di sé
Agostino Pirella,
Psichiatria e distribuzione dei poteri
Franco Rotelli,
Michel Foucault a Trieste
Louise Blais,
Il soggetto che non è, e la verità (che non è) creduta
Jean Pierre Martin,
L'anormalità come oggetto clinico del presente
Pierangelo Di Vittorio,
Margini del potere
Rivista sperimentale di freniatria, no 3, vol 129, 2005
Organizzazioni per la salute mentale
Ota De Leonardis, Thomas Emmenegger,
Le istituzioni della contraddizione
Marco Brunod, Franca Olivetti Manoukian,
L'organizzazione psichiatrica e i suoi dilemmi
Luigi Ferrannini, Paolo Francesco Peloso,
Il dipartimento di salute mentale tra modello organizzativo e contenuti
Mario Del Vecchio,
La psichiatria di fronte alle sfide aziendali
Vita Casavola, Piero Camarda, Kazimierz Dudek, Alessandro Ferrari, Emanuela Iacono, Silvia Landra, Giorgio
Legnani, Francesco Noseda, Giacomo Rossi,
Una sperimentazione di psichiatria di strada: Progetto Diogene
Angelo Malinconico,
Note sulla residenzialità, tra fondamentalismi e fondamento
Sergio Manghi,
Psicosi, famiglia, istituzioni. La riflessione di Gregory Bateson sullo schizofrenico John Perceval
Rivista sperimentale di freniatria, no 1, vol 130, 2006
Sessualità e psichiatria
Eddie McCann,
La sessualità in persone con psicosi
Sheila McNamee,
Assunti costruzionisti per conversazioni terapeutiche sulla sessualità
Vanna Berlincioni, Mara Rosani,
Modificazioni permanenti a scopo non terapeutico dei genitali femminili
Simona Argentieri,
La seduzione sessuale e amorosa in psicoanalisi e in psicoterapia
Patrick Singy,
Il caso Sade
Isabella Soreca, Andrea Fagiolini,
Psicofarmaci e disfunzioni sessuali: meccanismi, prevalenza e gestione clinica
Piergiorgio Paterlini,
E' come se invece di pulire una casa si nascondesse frettolosamente la polvere..
Izabel Marin, Roberto Mezzina,
Percorsi soggettivi di guarigione. Studio pilota sui fattori di recovery in salute mentale
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Schizophrenia bulletin, no 1, vol 31, 2005
Samuel J Keith
View from a Former Editor 1
William T Carpenter
A View to the Future 3-4
Robert W Buchanan, Miriam Davis, Donald Goff, Michael F Green, Richard S E Keefe, Andrew C Leon, Keith H
Nuechterlein, Thomas Laughren, Robert Levin, Ellen Stover, Wayne Fenton, and Steve R Marder
A Summary of the FDA-NIMH-MATRICS Workshop on Clinical Trial Design for Neurocognitive Drugs for
Schizophrenia 5-19
Martin Brüne
"Theory of Mind" in Schizophrenia: A Review of the Literature 21-42
David R Hemsley
The Schizophrenic Experience: Taken Out of Context? 43-53
Roland Vauth, Patrick W Corrigan, Martin Clauss, Margarete Dietl, Marlene Dreher-Rudolph, Rolf-Dieter Stieglitz,
and Rainer Vater
Cognitive Strategies Versus Self-Management Skills as Adjunct to Vocational Rehabilitation 55-66
Mark J Sergi, Robert S Kern, Jim Mintz, and Michael F Green
Learning Potential and the Prediction of Work Skill Acquisition in Schizophrenia 67-72
Steven M Silverstein, Charles J Wallace, and Lindsay S Schenkel
The Micro-Module Learning Tests: Work-Sample Assessments of Responsiveness to Skills Training 73-83
Judy L Thompson, John R Watson, Stuart R Steinhauer, Gerald Goldstein, and Michael F Pogue-Geile
Indicators of Genetic Liability to Schizophrenia: A Sibling Study of Neuropsychological Performance 85-96
Alexander T Sack, Vincent G van de Ven, Simone Etschenberg, Dietmar Schatz, and David E. J Linden
Enhanced vividness of mental imagery as a trait marker of schizophrenia? 97-104
Joselyn L Sellen, Mike Oaksford, and Nicola S Gray
Schizotypy and Conditional Reasoning 105-116
Martin Sarter, Christopher L Nelson, and John P Bruno
Cortical Cholinergic Transmission and Cortical Information Processing in Schizophrenia 117-138
R E Lubow
Construct Validity of the Animal Latent Inhibition Model of Selective Attention Deficits in Schizophrenia 139-153
Claudia I Rupp, W. Wolfgang Fleischhacker, Georg Kemmler, Harald Oberbauer, Arne W Scholtz, Caroline Wanko,
and Hartmann Hinterhuber
Various Bilateral Olfactory Deficits in Male Patients With Schizophrenia 155-165
Matthew M Kurtz, Paul J Moberg, J Daniel Ragland, Ruben C Gur, and Raquel E Gur
Symptoms Versus Neurocognitive Test Performance as Predictors of Psychosocial Status in Schizophrenia: A 1- and 4Year Prospective Study 167-174
Christopher R Bowie, Mark R Serper, Silvana Riggio, and Philip D Harvey
Neurocognition, Symptomatology, and Functional Skills in Older Alcohol-Abusing Schizophrenia Patients 175-182;
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Special Issue: Abstracts of the XX International Congress on Schizophrenia Research 183-605;
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185
1. Diagnosis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
2. Phenomenology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .195
3. Epidemiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .215
4. Neuroanatomy, Animal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .245
5. Neuropathology, Biochemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .248
6. Neuropathology, Histology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .257
7. Genetics, Clinical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .264
8. Genetics, Basic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .281
9. Neurochemistry, Clinical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .287
10. Neurochemistry, Animal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .295
11. Psychology, Neuro- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .315
12. Psychology, Cognitive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .348
13. Neuroimaging, Structural . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .382
14. Neuroimaging, Functional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .410
15. Neuroimaging, Neurochemical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .442
16. Electrophysiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .449
17. Eye Movement Physiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .469
18. Therapeutics: Treatment Trials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .474
19. Therapeutics: Pharmacologic Probes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .509
20. Therapeutics: Psychosocial Trials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .518
21. Health Economics & Services Research . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .537
22. Drug Side Effects & Tardive Dyskinesia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .557
Schizophrenia bulletin, no 3, vol 31, 2005
Editorial William T Carpenter 607
The Environment and Schizophrenia
Cécile Henquet, Robin Murray, Don Linszen, and Jim van Os
The Environment and Schizophrenia: The Role of Cannabis Use 608-612
Genes and Schizophrenia
Sarah Tosato, Paola Dazzan, and David Collier
Association Between the Neuregulin 1 Gene and Schizophrenia: A Systematic Review 613-617
Personal Account
Robert K Lundin
The Mind Will Follow 618-622
Special Theme: What Have We Learned From the New Generation of Prospective Studies on First-Episode Psychosis?
John L Waddington
What Have We Learned From the New Generation of Prospective Studies on First-Episode Psychosis? 623
Patrizia Baldwin, David Browne, Paul J Scully, John F Quinn, Maria G Morgan, Anthony Kinsella, John M Owens,
Vincent Russell, Eadbhard O'Callaghan, and John L Waddington
Epidemiology of First-Episode Psychosis: Illustrating the Challenges Across Diagnostic Boundaries Through the
Cavan-Monaghan Study at 8 Years 624-638
Evelyn J Bromet, Bushra Naz, Laura J Fochtmann, Gabrielle A Carlson, and Marsha Tanenberg-Karant
Long-Term Diagnostic Stability and Outcome in Recent First-Episode Cohort Studies of Schizophrenia 639-649
Ashok Malla and Jennifer Payne
First-Episode Psychosis: Psychopathology, Quality of Life, and Functional Outcome 650-671
Christos Pantelis, Murat Yücel, Stephen J Wood, Dennis Velakoulis, Daqiang Sun, Gregor Berger, Geoff W Stuart,
Alison Yung, Lisa Phillips, and Patrick D McGorry
Structural Brain Imaging Evidence for Multiple Pathological Processes at Different Stages of Brain Development in
Schizophrenia 672-696
Gillian Haddock and Shôn Lewis
Psychological Interventions in Early Psychosis 697-704
Delbert G Robinson, Margaret G Woerner, Howard M Delman, and John M Kane
Pharmacological Treatments for First-Episode Schizophrenia 705-722
Regular Articles
Martin Harrow, Linda S Grossman, Thomas H Jobe, and Ellen S Herbener
Do Patients with Schizophrenia Ever Show Periods of Recovery? A 15-Year Multi-Follow-up Study 723-734
Kate Rosen and Philippa Garety
Predicting Recovery From Schizophrenia: A Retrospective Comparison of Characteristics at Onset of People With
Single and Multiple Episodes 735-750
Sofi Marom, Hanan Munitz, Peter B Jones, Abraham Weizman, and Haggai Hermesh
Expressed Emotion: Relevance to Rehospitalization in Schizophrenia Over 7 Years 751-758
Niels Patrick Gosden, Peter Kramp, Gorm Gabrielsen, Tavs Folmer Andersen, and Dorte Sestoft
Violence of Young Criminals Predicts Schizophrenia: A 9-Year Register-Based Followup of 15- to 19-Year-Old
Criminals 759-768
Christian Fleischhaker, Eberhard Schulz, Kathrin Tepper, Matthias Martin, Klaus Hennighausen, and Helmut
Remschmidt
Long-Term Course of Adolescent Schizophrenia 769-780
Marie E Lenior, Peter MAJ Dingemans, Aart H Schene, and Don H Linszen
Predictors of the Early 5-Year Course of Schizophrenia: A Path Analysis 781-791
Schizophrenia bulletin, no 4, vol 31, 2005
Editorial
William Carpenter, Jr Unmet Therapeutic Needs 793-794
Environment and Schizophrenia
Lydia Krabbendam and Jim van Os
Schizophrenia and Urbanicity: A Major Environmental Influence—Conditional on Genetic Risk 795-799
Genes and Schizophrenia
Nigel M Williams, Michael C O'Donovan, and Michael J Owen
Is the Dysbindin Gene (DTNBP1) a Susceptibility Gene for Schizophrenia? 800-805
Special Theme: New Approaches to Assessing and Improving Cognition in Schizophrenia Guest Editor: Mark A. Geyer
Mark A Geyer and Robert Heinssen
New Approaches to Measurement and Treatment Research to Improve Cognition in Schizophrenia 806-809
Cameron S Carter
Applying New Approaches From Cognitive Neuroscience to Enhance Drug Development for the Treatment of Impaired
Cognition in Schizophrenia 810-815
Alan Breier
Developing Drugs for Cognitive Impairment in Schizophrenia 816-822
John Jonides and Derek Evan Nee
Assessing Dysfunction Using Refined Cognitive Methods 823-829
Jim J Hagan and Declan N C Jones
Predicting Drug Efficacy for Cognitive Deficits in Schizophrenia 830-853
Trevor W Robbins
Synthesizing Schizophrenia: A Bottom-Up, Symptomatic Approach 854-864
Raymond Y Cho, Judith M Ford, John H Krystal, Marc Laruelle, Bruce Cuthbert, and Cameron S Carter
Functional Neuroimaging and Electrophysiology Biomarkers for Clinical Trials for Cognition in Schizophrenia 865-869
Keith H Nuechterlein, Trevor W Robbins, and Haim Einat
Distinguishing Separable Domains of Cognition in Human and Animal Studies: What Separations Are Optimal for
Targeting Interventions? A Summary of Recommendations From Breakout Group 2 at the Measurement and Treatment
Research to Improve Cognition in Schizophrenia New Approaches Conference 870-874
Deanna M Barch
The Relationships Among Cognition, Motivation, and Emotion in Schizophrenia: How Much and How Little We Know
875-881
Michael F Green, Berend Olivier, Jacqueline N Crawley, David L Penn, and Steven Silverstein
Social Cognition in Schizophrenia: Recommendations from the Measurement and Treatment Research to Improve
Cognition in Schizophrenia New Approaches Conference 882-887
Stan B Floresco, Mark A Geyer, Lisa H Gold, and Anthony A Grace
Developing Predictive Animal Models and Establishing a Preclinical Trials Network for Assessing Treatment Effects
on Cognition in Schizophrenia 888-894
Special Theme: Cognitively Oriented Therapies and Functional Outcomes Guest Editor: Philip D. Harvey
Philip D Harvey
Conference Report: The Seventh Biennial Mt. Sinai Conference on Cognition in Schizophrenia 895-897
Susan R McGurk, Kim T Mueser, and Alysia Pascaris
Cognitive Training and Supported Employment for Persons With Severe Mental Illness: One-Year Results From a
Randomized Controlled Trial 898-909
Kathryn E Greenwood, Sabine Landau, and Til Wykes
Negative Symptoms and Specific Cognitive Impairments as Combined Targets for Improved Functional Outcome
Within Cognitive Remediation Therapy 910-921
Thomas L Patterson, Jesus Bucardo, Christine L McKibbin, Brent T Mausbach, David Moore, Concepcion Barrio,
Sherrill R Goldman, and Dilip V Jeste
Development and Pilot Testing of a New Psychosocial Intervention for Older Latinos With Chronic Psychosis 922-930
Bruce E Wexler and Morris D Bell
Cognitive Remediation and Vocational Rehabilitation for Schizophrenia 931-941
Alice Medalia and Randall Richardson
What Predicts a Good Response to Cognitive Remediation Interventions? 942-953
Regular Articles
Elizabeth Bromley
A Collaborative Approach to Targeted Treatment Development for Schizophrenia: A Qualitative Evaluation of the
NIMH-MATRICS Project 954-961
Igor Bombin, Celso Arango, and Robert W Buchanan
Significance and Meaning of Neurological Signs in Schizophrenia: Two Decades Later 962-977
Schizophrenia bulletin, n 1 vol 32, 2006
Editorial
William T Carpenter Editorial: Traditional Ethics and New Sensitivities November 17, 2005 1-2
Environment and Schizophrenia
Mary Catherine Clarke, Michelle Harley, and Mary Cannon
The Role of Obstetric Events in Schizophrenia 3-8
Genes and Schizophrenia
Nick Craddock, Michael C O'Donovan, and Michael J Owen
Genes for Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder? Implications for Psychiatric Nosology 9-16
Personal Account
Wilma A Boevink
From Being a Disorder to Dealing With Life: An Experiential Exploration of the Association Between Trauma and
Psychosis 17-19
Special Theme: Empirical and Conceptual Advances in the Ethics of Schizophrenia Research
Guest Editors: Laura Weiss Roberts and Laura B. Dunn
Laura Weiss Roberts
Advancing Our Understanding of the Ethics of Schizophrenia Research: The Contribution of Conceptual Analyses and
Empirical Evidence 20-21
Paul S Appelbaum
Decisional Capacity of Patients With Schizophrenia to Consent to Research: Taking Stock 22-25
David Shore
Ethical Issues in Schizophrenia Research: A Commentary on Some Current Concerns 26-29
Scott T Wilson and Barbara Stanley
Ethical Concerns in Schizophrenia Research: Looking Back and Moving Forward 30-36
Franklin G Miller and David Wendler
The Relevance of Empirical Research in Bioethics 37-41
Elyn R Saks, Laura B Dunn, and Barton W Palmer
Meta-Consent in Research on Decisional Capacity: A "Catch-22"? 42-46
Laura B Dunn, Philip J Candilis, and Laura Weiss Roberts
Emerging Empirical Evidence on the Ethics of Schizophrenia Research 47-68
Bernard A Fischer, IV
A Summary of Important Documents in the Field of Research Ethics 69-80
Daniel C Marson, Robert Savage, and Jacqueline Phillips
Financial Capacity in Persons with Schizophrenia and Serious Mental Illness: Clinical and Research Ethics Aspects 8191
Scott Y H Kim
When Does Decisional Impairment Become Decisional Incompetence? Ethical and Methodological Issues in Capacity
Research in Schizophrenia 92-97
Barton W Palmer and Dilip V Jeste
Relationship of Individual Cognitive Abilities to Specific Components of Decisional Capacity Among Middle-Aged
and Older Patients With Schizophrenia 98-106
Laura Weiss Roberts, Teddy D Warner, Katherine Green Hammond, and Jinger G Hoop
Views of People With Schizophrenia Regarding Aspects of Research: Study Size and Funding Sources 107-115
David J Moser, Rebecca L Reese, Clare T Hey, Susan K Schultz, Stephan Arndt, Leigh J Beglinger, Kevin M Duff,
and Nancy C Andreasen
Using a Brief Intervention to Improve Decisional Capacity in Schizophrenia Research 116-120
Dilip V Jeste, Colin A Depp, and Barton W Palmer
Magnitude of Impairment in Decisional Capacity in People With Schizophrenia Compared to Normal Subjects: An
Overview 121-128
Jordana R Muroff, Sarah L Hoerauf, and Scott Y H Kim
Is Psychiatric Research Stigmatized? An Experimental Survey of the Public 129-136
Laura B Dunn, Barton W Palmer, and Monique Keehan
Understanding of Placebo Controls Among Older People With Schizophrenia 137-146
T Scott Stroup and Paul S Appelbaum
Evaluation of "Subject Advocate" Procedures in the Clinical Antipsychotic Trials of Intervention Effectiveness
(CATIE) Schizophrenia Study 147-152
Laura Weiss Roberts, Laura B Dunn, Katherine A Green Hammond, and Teddy D Warner
Do Research Procedures Pose Relatively Greater Risk for Healthy Persons Than for Persons With Schizophrenia? 153158
Philip J Candilis, Cynthia M A Geppert, Kenneth E Fletcher, Charles W Lidz, and Paul S Appelbaum
Willingness of Subjects With Thought Disorder to Participate in Research 159-165
Nasra Haroun, Laura Dunn, Ansar Haroun, and Kristin S Cadenhead
Risk and Protection in Prodromal Schizophrenia: Ethical Implications for Clinical Practice and Future Research 166178; j007
Regular Articles
Beth E Snitz, Angus W MacDonald, III, and Cameron S Carter
Cognitive Deficits in Unaffected First-Degree Relatives of Schizophrenia Patients: A Meta-analytic Review of Putative
Endophenotypes 179-194
John J McGrath
Variations in the Incidence of Schizophrenia: Data Versus Dogma 195-197
Schizophrenia bulletin, n 2 vol 32, 2006
Editorial
Gunvant K Thaker Editorial 199
Environment and Schizophrenia
Alan S Brown
Prenatal Infection as a Risk Factor for Schizophrenia 200-202
Genes and Schizophrenia
Michael E Talkowski, KV Chowdari, David A Lewis, and Vishwajit L Nimgaonkar
Can RGS4 Polymorphisms Be Viewed as Credible Risk Factors for Schizophrenia? A Critical Review of the Evidence
203-208
Personal Account
Kurt Snyder
Kurt Snyder's Personal Experience with Schizophrenia 209-211
Special Theme Negative Symptoms Guest Editor: Brian Kirkpatrick
Brian Kirkpatrick
Editor's Introduction: Theme Issue on Negative Symptoms 212-213
Brian Kirkpatrick, Wayne S Fenton, William T Carpenter, Jr., and Stephen R Marder
The NIMH-MATRICS Consensus Statement on Negative Symptoms 214-219
Thomas Laughren and Robert Levin
Food and Drug Administration Perspective on Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia as a Target for a Drug Treatment
Claim 220-222
John Kane
Commentary: Consensus Statement on Negative Symptoms 223-224
Larry Alphs
An Industry Perspective on the NIMH Consensus Statement on Negative Symptoms 225-230
Nicholas Tarrier
Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia: Comments From a Clinical Psychology Perspective 231-233
Stephen M Erhart, Stephen R Marder, and William T Carpenter
Treatment of Schizophrenia Negative Symptoms: Future Prospects 234-237
Jack J Blanchard and Alex S Cohen
The Structure of Negative Symptoms Within Schizophrenia: Implications for Assessment 238-245
Brian Kirkpatrick and Bernard Fischer
Subdomains Within the Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia: Commentary 246-249
Philip D Harvey, Danny Koren, Abraham Reichenberg, and Christopher R Bowie
Negative Symptoms and Cognitive Deficits: What Is the Nature of Their Relationship? 250-258
William P Horan, Ann M Kring, and Jack J Blanchard
Anhedonia in Schizophrenia: A Review of Assessment Strategies 259-273
David Kimhy, Scott Yale, Raymond R Goetz, Lynn Marcinko McFarr, and Dolores Malaspina
The Factorial Structure of the Schedule for the Deficit Syndrome in Schizophrenia 274-278
Raquel E Gur, Christian G Kohler, J Daniel Ragland, Steven J Siegel, Kathleen Lesko, Warren B Bilker, and Ruben C
Gur
Flat Affect in Schizophrenia: Relation to Emotion Processing and Neurocognitive Measures 279-287
At Issue
John R Bola
Medication-Free Research in Early Episode Schizophrenia: Evidence of Long-Term Harm? 288-296
Nina R Schooler
Implications for Future Research of "Medication-Free Research in Early Episode Schizophrenia" 297-298
Johan Cullberg
Integrated Treatment and Implications for Off-Medication Periods 299
Thomas H McGlashan
Rationale and Parameters for Medication-Free Research in Psychosis 300-302
Dilip V Jeste
Can Medication-Free Research Ever Be Ethical in Older People With Psychotic Disorders? 303-304
James McNulty
Medication-Free Research in Early Episode Schizophrenia: Why on Earth Would I Choose to Participate in Such
Research? 305-306
Donna T Chen and Jonathan D Moreno
Ethics of Medication-Free Research in Schizophrenia 307-309
Regular Articles
Danny Koren, Larry J Seidman, Morris Goldsmith, and Phillip D Harvey
Real-World Cognitive—and Metacognitive—Dysfunction in Schizophrenia: A New Approach for Measuring (and
Remediating) More "Right Stuff" 310-326
Steffen Moritz, Todd S Woodward, and Daniel Hausmann
Incautious Reasoning as a Pathogenetic Factor for the Development of Psychotic Symptoms in Schizophrenia 327-331
Kang Sim, Iain DeWitt, Tali Ditman, Martin Zalesak, Ian Greenhouse, Donald Goff, Anthony P Weiss, and Stephan
Heckers
Hippocampal and Parahippocampal Volumes in Schizophrenia: A Structural MRI Study 332-340
Frank Van Dael, Dagmar Versmissen, Ilse Janssen, Inez Myin-Germeys, Jim van Os, and Lydia Krabbendam
Data Gathering: Biased in Psychosis? 341-351
Alison R Yung, Joe A Buckby, Sue M Cotton, Elizabeth M Cosgrave, Eoin J Killackey, Carrie Stanford, Katherine
Godfrey, and Patrick D McGorry
Psychotic-Like Experiences in Nonpsychotic Help-Seekers: Associations With Distress, Depression, and Disability
352-359
Laura Weiss Roberts, Teddy D Warner, Katherine A Green Hammond, and Cynthia M A Geppert
Perspectives on Medical Research Involving Men in Schizophrenia and HIV-Related Protocols 360-365
Vaughan Bell, Peter W Halligan, and Hadyn D Ellis
The Cardiff Anomalous Perceptions Scale (CAPS): A New Validated Measure of Anomalous Perceptual Experience
366-377
Paul B Gold, Neil Meisler, Alberto B Santos, Mark A Carnemolla, Olivia H Williams, and Jennie Keleher
Randomized Trial of Supported Employment Integrated With Assertive Community Treatment for Rural Adults With
Severe Mental Illness 378-395
Faith Dickerson, Brian Kirkpatrick, John Boronow, Cassie Stallings, Andrea Origoni, and Robert Yolken
Deficit Schizophrenia: Association With Serum Antibodies to Cytomegalovirus 396-400
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Erlanger A. Editorial [203]
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Jäger M, Bottlender R, Strauß A, Möller H-J.
Die nosologische Stellung der schizoaffektiven Störungen (ICD-10: F25): Symptomatik und Verlauf [204]
McQuillan A.
Why do patients meeting criteria for borderline personality disorder deliberately harm themselves? Some hypothesised
neurobiological correlates [212]
Michon A, Weber K, Gargiulo M, Canuto A, Giardini U, Giannakopoulos P.
Le fardeau du soignant dans la démence: déterminants et stratégies d'intervention [217]
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Strassberg D.
Scham als Problem der psychoanalytischen Theorie und Praxis [225]
Schmid W.
Armut und psychische Befindlichkeit [229]
Mitteilungen Communications Communications
Studer K. Aktualitäten [232]
Ferrero F. Jean Cottraux: Les visiteurs du soi: à quoi servent les psy? [233]
Scharfetter C. Mathias Berger: Psychische Erkrankungen. Klinik und Therapie [233]
Battegay R. Euphrosyne Gouzoulis-Mayfrank: Komorbidität Psychose und Sucht. Von den Grundlagen zur Praxis [233]
Di Gallo A. Michael Günter: Psychotherapeutische Erstinterviews mit Kindern [234]
Ferrero F. Julien-Daniel Guelfi, Jean-Claude Samuelian, dir.: L'anxiété généralisée: actualité et devenir [234]
Battegay R. International Forum of Psychoanalysis: Psychoanalysis in the Third Reich [234]
Böker H. Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber: «Forschen und Heilen» in der Psychoanalyse [235]
Kurt H. Psychische Erkrankungen in der Familie - Gemeinsamer Jahreskongress der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für
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Böker H. Ulrich Stuhr, Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber, Manfred Beutel, Hrsg.: Langzeit-Psychotherapie. Perspektiven
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Die Nosologie schizophrener Psychosen - Konzepte von Eugen Bleuler und der Schule Wernicke/Kleist im historischen
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Meier R, Dittrich A, Andreae A.
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Beretta V, de Roten Y, Drapeau M, Plancherel A-C, Despland J-N.
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Nanzer N. Casuistique: Psychopathologie chez l'enfant d'âge préscolaire: quel type de thérapie choisir? [283]
Merlo MCG, Müller-Spahn F, Seywert F, Strik W, Umbricht D. Erfahrungen mit dem therapeutischen Einsatz von
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Schreiter-Gasser U. Henning Wormstall, Hans-Jürgen Wilhelm, Herausgeber: Alterspsychiatrie im Wandel [293]
Küchenhoff B. Roland Haas: Wörterbuch der Psychologie und Psychiatrie. Deutsch-Englisch/Englisch-Deutsch [293]
Walser H. Klaus Taschwer, Benedikt Föger: Konrad Lorenz - Biographie [294]
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Baird AE. Neuroimaging (MRI) of acute stroke: present role in clinical management and research [322]
Arnold M, Remonda L, Nedeltchev K, Fischer U, Sturzenegger M, Schroth G, Mattle HP. Intraarterial thrombolysis and
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Rüfenacht DA, Ohta M, Yilmaz H, Miranda C, San Millan Ruiz D, Abdo G, Lylyk P. Current concepts of endovascular
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Do KQ, Bovet P, Cuenod M.
Schizophrenia: glutathione deficit as a new vulnerability factor for disconnectivity syndrome [375]
Berney A, Vingerhoets F.
Stimulation cérébrale profonde dans la maladie de Parkinson: effets moteurs et comportementaux [399]
Bruggimann L, Annoni J-M.
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Joray S. Lucette Lacomblez, Florence Mahieux-Laurent: Les démences du sujet âgé [430]
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Battegay R. Rut, Gaetano Benedetti, Gottfried Waser: Trauma und Kunst / Trauma and Art. Sexueller Missbrauch und
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Schnider A. Charles Duyckaerts, Florence Pasquier: Démences (Traité de neurologie) [99]
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175. Tagung der Schweizerischen Neurologischen Gesellschaft, 33. Jahrestagung der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für
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Le Fort D. P. Bouche, J.-M. Léger, J.-M. Vallat, J.-L. Mas: Neuropathies périphériques. Polyneuropathies et
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Nigg C. Volker Arolt, Albert Diefenbacher, Herausgeber: Psychiatrie in der klinischen Medizin. Konsiliarpsychiatrie, psychosomatik und -psychotherapie [324]
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Küchenhoff J. Otto F. Kernberg, Birger Dulz, Jochen Eckert, Herausgeber: WIR: Psychotherapeuten über sich und
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Hurwitz E. Daniel Hell, Daniel Schüpbach: Schizophrenien. Verständigungsgrundlagen – Orientierungshilfen für
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Battegay R. Zvi Lothane: Seelenmord und Psychiatrie. Zur Rehabilitierung Schrebers [326]
Knecht T. Roland Kuhn: Psychiatrie mit Zukunft. Beiträge zu Geschichte, Gegenwart, Zukunft der wissenschaftlichen
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Küng S. Udo Rauchfleisch: Wer sorgt für die Seele? Grenzgänge zwischen Psychotherapie und Seelsorge [327]
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Arnold P, Boulat O, Maire R, Kuntzer T.
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Stephanov S, Sidani A-H. Brain abscess due to infection by pseudomonas [177]
Short communication
Bassetti CL, Hermann DM. Foramen-ovale-Verschluss beim Schlaganfall: meist kein Grund [180]
Neurological resident corner
Michel P. Neurologist-in-training [184]
Grusswort Mot de bienvenue Welcome address
Mattle H, Lyrer P. Grusswort [189]
Abstracts
10. Jahrestagung der Zerebrovaskulären Arbeitsgruppe der Schweiz (ZAS) / 10e Réunion du Groupe suisse de travail
pour les maladies cérébrovasculaires (GSC) (Bern, 26. Januar 2006) [190]
Mitteilungen Communications Communications
Buitrago-Téllez CH. Michael Forsting, Olav Jansen, Herausgeber. Mit einem Geleitwort von Klaus Sartor: MRT des
Zentralnervensystems [194]
Sturzenegger M. William E. DeMyer: Technique of the Neurologic Examination [194]
Straumann D. Thomas Brandt, Marianne Dieterich, Michael Strupp: Vertigo and Dizziness. Common Complaints (+
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Beer S. Thomas Henze, Herausgeber: Symptomatische Therapie der Multiplen Sklerose [195]
Ochsner F. Michèle Lacôte, Anne-Marie Chevalier, Alain Miranda, Jean-Pierre Bleton: Evaluation clinique de la
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Duda P. Volker Limmroth, Eckhart Sindern: Multiple Sklerose. Taschenatlas spezial [195]
Baumann T. Pschyrembel. Klinisches Wörterbuch. Buch mit CD-ROM [196]
Assal F. Sous la direction de B. F. Michel, J.-M. Verdier: Neurodégénérescence et vieillissement cérébral [196]
Fuhr P. Manfred Stöhr, Johannes Dichgans, Ulrich W. Buettner, Christian W. Hess: Evozierte Potenziale [196]
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Soins psychiatrie, no 237, vol 26, marzo aprile 2005
Dossier Soigner à domicile
Soigner autrement Christian Bourdeux 19
Hospitalisation a domicile, une opportunité de soins en psychiatrie de sécteur Raluca Rosetti, Patricia Pichard, 20
HAD, le soignant au coeur de la prise en charge Patricia Pichard 26
La visite à domicile comme injonction therapeutique et la loi comme mediation du soin Jean-Luc Teixeira 29
L’observation du bébé à domicile Marie-Christine Pean 32
Le soin à domicile dans le cadre d'un accueil familial therapeutique Annette Baillet 37
Pratiques infirmières et modeles theoriques
5/5 Les therapies d'inspiration analytique Jacky Merkling 45
Soins psychiatrie, no 238, vol 26, maggio giugno 2005
Dossier Consentement, droit et information
Au nom de la loi, je vous interne Armel Rivallan 15
Plaidoyer pour que la démocratie sanitarie en psychiatrie ne devienne pas une démagogie sanitaire Dominique Barbier
16
Informer nest pas convaincre Cyril Hazif-Thomas 19
De l'indispensable aux limites Jean-Pierre Verot 22
Doit-on contraindre a consentir ? Adeline Vidal Jean-Luc Teixeira 27
Le droit à l'oubli comme éthique de l'archivage du dossier du patient informatisé Thaddee Herail 31
La mise en pratique de l'information du patient et de son entourage Elsa Viaules 34
Soins psychiatrie, no 239, vol 26, luglio agosto 2005
Dossier Etre infirmier en psychiatrie, d'hier à aujourd'hui
Passeurs de mémoire Christian Bourdeux 17
Nous avons connu une évolution historique et spectaculaire du soin psychiatrique » Andre Roumieux, propos recueillis
par Franck Fabien 18
La psychotherapie insitutionnelle, un engagement soignant et citoyen Madeleine Alapetite 21
Du gardien à l'infirmier polyvalent Regis Minier 24
Pédopsychiatrie, la place des infirmiers au fil de l'histoire Franck Fabien 27
Vouloir être infirmier en psychiatrie aujourd'hui Aurore Robin 31
Comment transmettre l'art du métier ? Roselyne Orifiamma 33
Soins psychiatrie, no 240, vol 26, settembre ottobre 2005
Dossier La psychiatrie du sujet âgé
L'oeuvre du lieu, la part du fiable Armel Rivallan 17
Prendre soin de la psychogeriatrie Cyril Hazif-Thomas 18
L'entrée en institution
ou la chute de "l'an-pire" Severine Decayeux Helene Maheo 22
Reconnaitre la depression du sujet âgé Christophe Bouche 26
Conduite automobile et maladie d'Alzheimer Jean Roche 31
Famille et équipe soignante face à la démence Marion Bourgey Nadine Costeja 34
Maladie d'Alzheimer : comprendre et accompagner la souffrance de la famille et de l'aidant Philippe Thomas, Cyril
Hazif Thomas 38
Soins psychiatrie, no 241, vol 26, novembre dicembre 2005
Dossier Passages...
Passe, passe, passera Armel Rivallan 17
Le sens du passage Cyril Hazif-Thomas 18
L'adolescence ou se frayer un passage vers le monde adulte Regis Minier 22
Passage à I'acte, passage à I'act-eur Catherine Jacquelin 25
Le packing, un passage par les enveloppements humides Jean-Loup Saffer 28
Passage et continuité des soins grace au dossier patient informatisé Thadee Herail 34
Soins psychiatrie, no 242, vol 27, febbraio 2006
éditorial
Risquer la liberté Christian Bourdeux p. 1
Actu Soins
actualités professionnelles
Tutorat pour les nouveaux infirmiers exerçant en psychiatrie Christian Bourdeux p. 5
Formation infirmière en psychiatrie et Plan santé mentale : qu’il est long le chemin Annick Perrin-Niquet p. 6
Une charte de l’exercice professionnel, du fait humain au fait psychiatrique Christiane Vanderkamp. 7
Évaluation des pratiques soignantes en psychiatrie Claude Graziano p. 8
Sur les chemins de l’évaluation professionnelle Claude Graziano p. 8
actualités sanitaires et sociales
Disparités dans l’offre de soins en psychiatrie Christian Bourdeux p. 10
Au Pakistan, aggravation de la crise sanitaire Nathalie Debertrand p. 11
La Journée internationale des droits de l’homme consacrée aux malades mentaux
Nathalie Debertrand
1 Français sur 10 est malade de l’alcool Nathalie Debertrand
Ordre infirmier, rencontre avec le groupe d’étude des professions de santé de l’Assemblée nationale Nathalie
Debertrand
forum des lecteurs
Description du rôle infirmier en santé mentale Isabelle Bayle-Roussy
Dossier : risquer la psychiatrie
Au risque de vous déplaire Christian Bourdeux p. 19
Le principe de précaution Marie-France Paulin p. 20
Risquer un projet de réinsertion Jacqueline Chabod, Valérie Ropraz p. 22
Penser le risque… risquer de penser ? Annette Baillet p. 28
Au risque de l’oubli Brigitte Petit p. 32
La gestion des risques en psychiatrie Dominique Baudrin p. 34
À propos du trauma à Sumatra Christian Villeneuve p. 39
Référentiel des soins infirmiers en santé mentale (2/2) Nicole Carbou, Valérie Gueudry, Bernard Legendre, Pascale Le
Villain, Marie-Claude Niel p. 42
Intérêt des entretiens motivationnels dans la prise en charge des malades alcooliques Lucia Romo, Karine Houdeyer,
Caroline Aubry, Julie Djordjan, Philippe Batel, Jean Adès p. 46
Soins psychiatrie, no 243, vol 27, aprile 2006
Éditorial
Écrire est un devoir Christian Bourdeux p. 1
Actu Soins
Controverse sur l’Ordre infirmier Yasmina Ouharzoune p. 5
Anniversaire de la loi pour l’égalité des droits et des chances, la participation et la citoyenneté des personnes
handicapées Claire Alméras p. 6
Mise en place d’équipes mobiles spécialisées en psychiatrie Christian Bourdeux p. 7
Et si on reparlait de sécurité, de sécurisation… ? Yasmina Ouharzoune p. 8
Santé mentale dans la cité p. 9
Actualités sanitaires et sociales
La représentation des usagers dans les instances hospitalières bientôt effective Valérie Capelle p. 9
Forum des lecteurs
Gestion des risques et psychiatrie Martine Mandopoulos-Clemente p. 14
Vivement le tutorat ! Monique Bertelot, Alain Sorel p. 14
Principe de précaution Jean-Luc Stanislas p. 15
Violence au quotidien Annie Lafaye p. 15
Surf en soins infirmiers
Dispositif expert régional pour adolescents en difficulté Marie Leyreloup p. 16
Histoire de lire
Traité de psychiatrie p. 17
Les personnalités pathologiques p. 17
Dossier : le quotidien en psychiatrie
Avant-propos Yasmina Ouharzoune p. 19
Vie quotidienne partagée, une dimension du soin qu’il ne faut pas banaliser Christiane Vanderkam p. 20
Le quotidien n’existe pas, il se construit… Dominique Friard p. 24
Activité traîne-savates, quand ne rien faire peut faire la différence Armel Rivallan p. 28
Une histoire de chair, une histoire de peau Virginie Jardel p. 32
Un soin sans recette… Thaddée Hérail p. 35
Protocolisation, une voie vers la professionnalisation ? Pascal Schindelholz p. 38
Maîtriser les risques d’une épidémie de grippe en psychiatrie P. Gaspard, D. Gunther, A. Mosnier, D. Bauemle, S.
Brengarth, B. Charolais, S. Gaubert, J.-J. Gross, A. Kasser, S. Schelcher, M. Schmidt, F. Stoll-Keller p. 41
Soins psychiatrie, no 244, vol 27, giugno 2006
Éditorial
Que de chantiers ! Yasmina Ouharzoune p. 1
Actu Soins
« Le but n’est pas de “fliquer” les jeunes, mais d’éviter leur marginalisation » Yasmina Ouharzoune p. 5
Actualités professionnelles Le profil des étudiants en soins infirmiers Yasmina Ouharzoune p. 7
Loi du 27 juin 1990, vers un nouveau projet de réforme ? Elsa Viaules p. 8
La création d’un groupe d’entraide mutuelle (GEM) Yasmina Ouharzoune, Martine Desia p. 10
Forum des lecteurs
Entrer en contact avec le patient Richard Priou p. 14
Un subtil mélange de chair et de corps p. 15
Au-delà des moments institutionnalisés Équipe infirmière, intrahospitalier p. 15
Surf en soins infirmiers
Voyage au pays de la santé publique Marie Leyreloup p. 16
Histoire de lire
L’hypocondrie p. 17
Les indiscrétions du fauteuil d’un psychiatre p. 17
Le manuscrit perdu Gary/Ajar p. 17
Dossier : le secteur psychiatrique en question
Le secteur en question… et quelques questions sur le secteur Jean-Luc Teixeira p. 19
Le secteur psychiatrique, une pratique et une morale Christophe Chaperot p. 20
Influence de la politique de secteur sur l’identité des ISP Annick Perrin-Niquet p. 26
Enjeux de la clinique en psychiatrie à partir d’une expérience de secteur Christian Pisani p. 31
Le champ de la psychiatrie mis en jachère, entre sectorisation et Hôpital 2007 Jean-Philippe Trabouillet p. 35
Sectorisation et soins communautaires Jean-Pierre Vérot p. 38
Savoirs et pratiques Une relation impensable Stéphane Trégouet p. 42
Diogène, une équipe mobile santé mentale et précarité Jacques Debieve, Valérie Petit p. 45
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Terapia familiare, no 77, 2005
Vittorio Cigoli,
Cogliere il midollo del cedro
Rodolfo de Bernart,
Storia, psicosi, società e coppia: cosa c'è ancora di attuale dopo un quarto di secolo
Corrado Pontalti,
Famiglia-individuo. Una retrospettiva lunga venti anni
Anna Maria Sorrentino,
Bambini e terapia familiare. Perché i bambini scompaiono dalle sedute familiari
Camillo Loriedo,
Identità del terapeuta familiare e processo di formazione
Marialuisa Campobasso,
Terapia familiare: strumento di formazione
Maurizio Andolfi,
Il ritorno al sociale: utopia o necessità per gli psicoterapeuti della famiglia?
Maurizio Ceccarelli,
Biologia e relazioni: alla ricerca del pattern che connette
Paolo Bertrando,
Sulle orme dei pionieri. La lezione dei fondatori e le prospettive della terapia familiare
Terapia familiare, no 78, 2005
Vittorio Cigoli,Davide Margola, Marialuisa Gennari,
Fratelli e divorzio: dall'ambiente condiviso al contesto generazionale
Paolo Bertrando, Olivia Maria Defilippi,
Terapia sistemica individuale: effetti di una tecnologia del sé
Laura Colangelo,
Il Disturbo Borderline di personalità come esito di un processo di costruzione sociale
Sabrina Cipolletta, Massimiliano Bianchin, Alberto Rodriguez Morejon,
Analisi delle epistemologie soggettive e dei modelli in terapia sistemica: ricerca con un gruppo di terapeuti italiani e
spagnoli
Contributi di Camillo Loriedo, Rodolfo De Bernart, Fabrizio Bervelli,
Opinioni a confronto. Ancora sulle terapie sistemiche individuali (e poi basta?)
Terapia familiare, no 79, 2005
Frank M. Dattilio, Antonella Montano,
Terapia familiare cognitivo-comportamentale: un approccio basato sugli schemi
Matteo Selvini, Emanuela Pasin,
Il follow-up dei pazienti gravi trattati da maria Selvini Palazzoli e dalle sue équipe
Gaetano De Leo, Eugenio Di Gregorio, Silvia Landi, Francesca Vitale,
Il fallimento dell'adozione internazionale: un'indagine esplorativa con gli operatori degli enti autorizzati
Diletta de Bernart, Carmine Di Palma, (a cura di),
Bibliografia ragionata su: Handicap e famiglia
Terapia familiare, no 80, 2006
Richard B Miller, Shayne Anderson, Davelyne Kaulana Keala,
E' valida la teoria di Bowen? Una rassegna della ricerca di base
Laura Rocchietta Tofani,
Le famiglie cosiddette multiproblematiche. Trauma e intervento integrato con EMDR
Marco Chistolini,
Accompagnare i bambini dalle difficili storie familiari: alcune considerazioni alla luce della teoria dell'attaccamento
Maurizio Viaro,
Il codice Selvini. Riflessioni stimolate dall'articolo di Matteo Selvini ed Emanuela Pasin
Intervista con Elisabeth Fivaz-Depeursinge,
Opinioni a confronto. Diadi, triadi, triangoli: una conversazione di geometria sistemica
°°°
Thérapie famililale, no 1, vol 26, 2005
Editorial
Pedro GONçALVES p.1
Travail en reseau et maltraitance
Nathalie WATS p.7
Une modelisation de la communaute rigide La famille d'origine du père d'anne
E. DESSOY1, M. STASSART2, A. COURTOIS3, G. BERNAERTS4, A. DE KEYSER5, G. Nyssens5, S. HAXHE6 et
C. VANDE VELDE7 p.19
Parentification , infantilisation Le processus d'individuation de la mère d'anne
E. DESSOY*, M. STASSART*, A. COURTOIS*, G. BERNAERTS*, A. DE KEYSER*, G. Nyssens*, S. HAXHE*et
C. VANDE VELDE* p.37
Lien fraternel, De la psychanalyse aux mythes Et aux systemes
Alexandra TSOUKATOU p.55
De l'art d'être jardinier Réflexions sur un parcours de formation semé De contradictions et de tentatives d'harmonisation,
de renoncements et de réconciliations
Eveline NIVELLE p.67
Travailler avec les familles migrantes dans un contexte non volontaire : La question de la culture
Angela MACCIOCCHI p.77
Thérapie famililale, no 2, vol 26, 2005
Editorial
Jean-Pierre LEBRUN p.97
De la pertinence du rite de passage Dans la reconstruction du lien social Au Rwanda Perspectives clinique et
thérapeutique Sur une recherche , action
Ibrahim NDABAVUNYE p.103
Parentalites et unites familiales complexes
Thomas WILL* et Dominique CHATTON** p.125
Du symptôme langagier A la therapie familiare
Marie-Claire CAVIN PICCARD p.139
L'experience sectaire, Rupture ou reparation ?*
Nathalie de KERNIER p.155
La pratique de reseau secondaire Comme voie d'acces a la complexite De la structure familiare
Jean-Pierre LE DUFF p.175
Comment utiliser le phenomene d'isomorphisme entre le systeme familial et le systeme des intervenants lors d'un
placement en institution pour favoriser le changement sollicite ? Récit d'un traitement
Nicole LERNOUT p.197
Thérapie famililale, no 3, vol 26, 2005
Editorial p.219
Thérapie multifamiliale De l'adolescent anorexique
Solange COOK-DARZENS1, Catherine DOYEN2, Florence BRUNAUX3, Françoise RUPERT3, Marie-José
BOUQUET4, Florence BERGAMETTI4 et Marie-Christine MOUREN5 p.223
Le génogramme, outil de base En pédopsychiatrie
Francesca MOSCA2, Anne-Marie GARNIER3 p.247
Du genogramme filiatif Au genogramme imaginaire
Judith OLLIE-DRESSAYRE2 et Dominique MERIGOT3 p.259
Toxicomanie : les ressources et competences Des clients, entre défi de la construction de l'indépendance et confort de
l'assistanat
Philippe BEYTRISON2 et Laurent ROESSLI3 p.271
Therapeutique de la parentification : Une vue d'ensemble
Jean-François LE GOFF p.285
Du coup de foudre à la crise coniugale Quelques hypotheses de travail
Nicolas DURUZ p.299
Thérapie famililale, no 4, vol 26, 2005
Hommage a steve de shazer (25 juin 1940 , 11 septembre 2005) p.333
Terrorisme et democratie : La mondialisation d'un processus patogene Quand le monde se comporte Comme une
famille malade
Etienne Dessoy p.343
Quelle est la place des thérapies systémiques dans le traitement De la dépression ?
Nicola Gervasoni p.357
Groupes de discussion De jeunes adultes dépressifs Hospitalisés avec leurs familles
Lieven MIGERODE1, Gilbert LEMMENS2, An HOOGHE3, Els BRUNFAUT4 et Muriel MEYNCKENS5 p.365
Tact : une technique d'anticipation A court terme
Jean-Claude BENOIT1 et Ignacio GARCIA-ORAD2 p.391
La thérapie du couple et de la famille Revisitée à travers la théorie De l'attachement
Michel DELAGE p.407
Le « family network method » (fnm) : Un outil d'investigation Des configurations familiales A disposition des
therapeutes
Eric D. WIDMER1, Marianne CHEVALIER2 et Patricia DUMAS3 p.427
Thérapie famililale, no 1, vol 27, 2006
Editorial
Violence, société et psychiatrie
Serge KANNAS p.3
Réducteurs de variété en psychothérapie : Les objets-miroir
Jean-Paul GAILLARD p.13
Placement familial et hospitalisation : Une question de setting
Claire VAN DAELE1 et Muriel MEYNCKENS2 p.33
Psychothérapie institutionnelle : Le paradigme multifonctionnel interactif
Philippe KINOO p.47
Etre père d'enfant handicapé : Une réflexion sur la fonction paternelle
Margherita MERUCCI p.61
Techniques systémiques d'entretien Pour travailleur social
Michel HANOT p.75