Obsessive-compulsive Disorder

Phenomenology, Pathophysiology, and Treatment
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 12. September 2017
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  • 800 Seiten
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978-0-19-022817-0 (ISBN)
Obsessive-compulsive disorder affects approximately one person in 40 and causes great suffering. Effective treatments are available that can help many, and our understanding of the psychology, neurobiology, and clinical treatment of the disorder has advanced dramatically over the past 25 years. Nevertheless, much remains to be learned, and a substantial minority of patients benefit little even from the best treatments we have to offer today. This volume provides the first comprehensive summary of the state of the field, summarizing topics ranging from genetics and neurobiology through cognitive psychology, clinical treatment, related conditions, societal implications, and personal experiences of patients and clinicians. This book is unique in its comprehensive coverage that extends far beyond the realm of cognitive-behavioral therapy. As such it will serve as a valuable introduction to those new to the field, a fascinating resource for OCD suffers and their families, and an essential reference for students, clinicians, and researchers.
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  • USA
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978-0-19-022817-0 (9780190228170)
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Christopher Pittenger is Director of the Yale OCD Research Clinic and Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Yale University. He trained at Columbia University, where he both received his medical degree and completed his Ph.D. with Nobel Prize winner Eric Kandel. He then completed his clinical training in psychiatry at Yale, where he joined the faculty in 2007. Dr. Pittenger lives outside New Haven, CT, with his wife, four children, three cats, and six chickens.
1. Introduction: Narratives of OCD - Elias Aboujaoude and Christopher Pittenger Section 1: Clinical Presentation and Diagnosis 2. Clinical Presentation of OCD - Fred Penzel 3. Pediatric OCD: Clinical Course, Phenomology, and Assessment - Rachel E. Ginsberg, Samantha Morrison, and Anthony Puliafico 4. Epidemiology, Comorbidity, and Burden of OCD - Albina R. Torres, Leonardo F. Fontenelle, Roseli G. Shavitt, Marcelo Q. Hoexter, Christopher Pittenger, and Euripedes C. Miguel 5. Natural History and Long-Term Outcome of OCD - Michael H. Bloch 6. Quality of Life and Psychosocial Functioning in OCD - Christina L. Boisseau, Carly M. Schwartzman, and Steven A. Rasmussen 7. Psychodynamic perspectives on OCD - Robert A. King Section 2: Phenomenology and Cognitive Psychology 8. Symptom heterogeneity in OCD: A dimensional approach - Maria Concei Conceição do Rosário, Marcelo Batistutto, and Ygor Ferrao 9. Incompleteness and harm avoidance - Stefano Pallanti, Jennifer Barnes, Christopher Pittenger, and Jane Eisen 10. Disgust and OCD - Lauren Mancusi & Dean McKay 11. Sensory Processing and Intolerance in OCD - Stephanie J. Grimaldi, and Emily R. Stern 12. Scrupulosity and Slowness in OCD: Perfectionism as a Central Mechanism - Rachel Ojserkis and Dean McKay 13. Variable Insight in OCD - Rebecca J. Hamblin, Jennifer Moonjung Park, Monica S. Wu, and Eric A. Storch 14. Clinical Rating Scales for OCD - Joseph F. McGuire, Eric A. Storch, and Wayne Goodman 15. Neuropsychosocial Function in OCD - Amitai Abramovitch 16. Habits and Goals in OCD - Claire M. Gillan 17. Intolerance of Uncertainty in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder - Ryan J. Jacoby and Jonathan S. Abramowitz 18. Pathological responsibility, thought-action fusion, and thought control in OCD - Christine Purdon Section 3: Biological Underpinnings 19. Genetics Of OCD - Paul Arnold 20. Neurocircuitry underlying OCD : neural networks underlying reward and action selection - Suzanne N. Haber 21. A review and synthesis of functional neuroimaging studies of OCD - Brian P. Brennan and Scott L. Rauch 22. Functional Imaging Studies of OCD: A Hypothesis-Driven Review - M.M. Vaghi and T.W. Robbins 23. The Structure of the OCD Brain - Premika S.W. Boedhoe and Odile A. van den Heuvel 24. Brain Functional Connectivity in OCD - Carles Soriano-Mas and Ben J. Harrison 25. Neurotransmitter dysregulation in OCD - Ilse Graat, Martijn Figee, and Damiaan Denys 26. Neuropeptides in OCD - Anahid Kabasakalian, Eric Hollander 27. Influence of sex hormones on OCD - Valeria Guglielmi, Judith Souget, Wouter van Elzelingen, Ingo Willuhn, and Nienke Vulink 28. PANDAS as a Post-Streptococcal Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Form of OCD - Susan E. Swedo, Kyle A. Wiliams Section 4: Animal Studies 29. Animal models of OCD: A conceptual framework - Christopher Pittenger, Stephanie Dulawa, and Summer L. Thompson 30. Extinction of conditioned fear and avoidance: Relevance for OCD - Jose Rodriguez-Romaguera and Gregory J. Quirk 31. OCD as a failure to integrate goal-directed and habitual action control - Laura Bradfield, Richard Morris, and Bernard W. Balleine 32. Spontaneously Occurring Animal Models of OCD - Nicholas H. Dodman and Louis Shuster 33. Mutant Mouse Models of OCD - Louis Y. Tee and Guoping Feng 34. Targeted circuit manipulations in the modeling of OCD - Susanne E. Ahmari 35. Pharmacological and behavioral rodent models of OCD - Summer L. Thompson and Stephanie C. Dulawa Section 5: Treatment 36. Overview of the treatment of OCD - H. Blair Simpson 37. Exposure and Response Prevention in OCD - Jonathan S. Abramowitz 38. Cognitive Therapy for OCD - Maureen Whittal 39. Mindfulness and Acceptance Therapies for Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders - Kate L. Morrison, Brooke M. Smith, and Michael P. Twohig 40. Standard Evidence-Based Pharmacological Treatment for OCD - Jemma E. Reid, Samar Reghunandanan, Ann Roberts, and Naomi A. Fineberg 41. The pharmacological treatment of refractory OCD - Christopher Pittenger 42. Treatment of Pediatric OCD - S. Evelyn Stewart and Clare Bleakley 43. Family accommodation in OCD: Prevalence, impact, and clinical implications - Kristin Koller and Eli R. Lebowitz 44. Nutraceutical and alternative treatments for Obsessive compulsive and Related Disorders - David Camfield and Jerome Sarris 45. Functional Neurosurgery in Severe and Treatment-Refractory OCD - Erica C. Keen, Alik S. Widge, and Darin D. Dougherty 46. Deep Brain Stimulation for Intractable OCD - Wayne K. Goodman, Nigel Kennedy, Kyle Lapidus, and Brian H. Kopell 47. Intensive Treatment Approaches for OCD - Joshua M. Nadeau, Bradley C. Riemann, and Eric Storch Section 6: OCD-Related Disorders 48. Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders: A New Category in DSM-5 - Katharine A. Phillips 49. Clinical Features, Assessment, and Treatment of body Dysmorphic Disorder - Lisa Zakhary, Hilary Weingarden, Alexandra Sullivan, and Sabine Wilhelm 50. Body Dysmorphic Disorder: Neurobiology and Genetics - Jamie D. Feusner and Danyale McCurdy-McKinnon 51. Trichtillomania and skin picking disorder - Jon E. Grant, Sarah A. Redden, Eric W. Leppink 52. Hoarding Disorder: Clinical presentation and treatment - Randy O. Frost, Lucy Graves, Elizabeth Atkins 53. Comorbidity in Pediatric OCD: Tourette Syndrom - Michael H. Bloch Section 7. Comorbidity 54. Mood and Anxiety Disorder Comorbidity in OCD - L. Baer, A. Fang, N.C. Berman, and W.E. Minichiello 55. Psychological Trauma Exposure and Obsessive-Compulsive symptoms - Dean McKay and Rachel Ojserkis 56. Eating Disorder Comorbidity with OCD - Marina Gershkovich, Olivia Pasucci, and Joanna Steinglass 57. Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms in Schizophrenia: Clinical features, neurobiological correlates and treatment - Michael Poyurovsky 58. Differentiating Autism Spectrum disorder and OCD - Robert E. Accordino, W. Philip Bartel, Isobel W. Green, Christen L. Kidd, and Christopher J. McDougle 59. Personality Pathology in OCD: Comorbidity and Contrast with OCPD and Other Personality Disorders - Michael G. Wheaton and Anthony Pinto Section 8: Special Topics 60. Etiological models of OCD: anxiety, obsession, compulsion, completeness - Christopher Pittenger, Patricia Gruner, Thomas A. Adams, Benjamin Kelmendi 61. Evolutionary Perspectives of OCD - Gerrit I. van Schalkwyk and James F. Leckman 62. Research Domain Criteria and OCD: An oxymoron? - Eyal Kalanthroff, Gideon E. Anholt, and Helen Blair Simpson 63. OCD in Ethnoracial Minorities: Symptoms, barriers to care, and cultural considerations for treatment - Monnica T. Williams and Terence Ching 64. OCD in the Educational Setting - Allen H. Weg 65. The integration of new technological approaches in OCD care - Seth Feuerstein 66. OCD, Advocacy, and Addressing Stigma - Jeff Szymanski, Carly Bourne 67. Living with OCD - Elizabeth McIngvale

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