Advances and New Directions

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SUBJECT INDEX
Abdominal disorders, 599
Abortion, 182; in adolescence, 616; amniocentesis and, 619, 627; immunoglobulin usage at time of, 623, 624; juveniles' right to, 783; legalization of, 206
Abstract symbolic imagery in art, 534-535
Abused children, see Child abuse and neglect
Academic counseling, 608
Academic health centers (AHCs), 703-714; organizational pressures in, 704-710
Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research, 330, 332
Accident proneness: as depressive equivalent, 321; tics and, 194
Accreditation standards, 742; of state hospitals, 747
Acetylcholine, 120
Achievement tests, 256
Acquired enuresis, see Secondary enuresis
Acrocyanosis, 737
Acting: play and, 495; see also Drama therapy
Acting out: by borderline children, 232; masked depression in, 318324
Action for Mental Health, 741
Action-self, 303
Activity groups, 380
Activity-rest cycles, see Sleep-wake cycles
Activity therapists, role in liaison psychiatry of, 686
Actometers, 256
Acute brain syndrome, 149; following antipsychotic withdrawal, 352
Acute distress syndrome of infancy, 149
Adaptation: developmental psychology on, 488; DSM-III definition of, 658; evolution and, 484; play and, 492; social, 478-482
Addiction: liaison psychiatry and, 682; to minor tranquilizers, 126127; treatment centers for, music therapy in, 566, 574; see also Drug abuse
Addington v. Texas (1979), 782, 792
Adjustment disorders: DSM-III classification of, 669; see also Social maladjustment
Adjustment reactions, 658; ICD-9‐ CM classification of, 660
Administrative applications of computers, 751, 755-758
Administrative responsibilities of medical faculty, 707-708
Adolescence: abused children during, 181; adjustment disorders in, 478, 479; antisocial behavior in, 477; art therapy in, 527; borderline syndrome in, 232, 233, 244, 251; cigarette smoking during, 335; disorders of, DSM-III classification of, 659-660; disturbance of emotions specific to, 659; enuresis in, 443; hypersomnia in, 433; identity formation in, 304; impact of divorce during, 218; lithium during, 263; manic-depressive psychosis in, 162-163, 165; masked depression in, 320-322; maternal employment and, 214; mildly retarded during, 640; music therapy in, 581; nightmares during, 440; obesity during, 471; poetry therapy in, 554; sexual abuse during, 177; sleepwalking in, 435
Adoption, rights of children in, 143
Adoption studies, 75, 89; of affective disorders, 162; of obesity, 457; of schizophrenia, 154, 292-293
Adrenals, 46
Adrenergic blockers, insomnia caused by, 426
Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH), 7-9
Adult day-care, 523
Adult development, 209
Advisory relationship for medical faculty, 711-712
Advocacy, health care, 693
Aesthetics, 501; art therapy and, 530
Affect psychoses, 664
Affective disorders: circadian rhythm disturbances in, 54-56; controlled outcome studies of, 596-598; differential diagnosis of schizophrenia and, 288, 290; drug maintenance in, 114-115; DSM-III classification of, 657, 662-666; of elderly, 505; endorphins and, 18; hallucinogen-induced, 662; in infancy, 173; psychopharmacology for, 376, 377; psychotherapy for, 587, 596-598, 606; risk research on, 152; transmission models of, 77, 86-89; validity of diagnostic category of, 779; see also Bipolar illness; Depression; Manic-depressive disorder; Unipolar illness
Affective equivalents, 318; see also Depressive equivalents
Affective psychosis, ICD-9 classification of, 659
Affective syndrome, organic, 660
Africans: breast feeding among, 199; masked depression among, 320
Aftercare: for chronic mentally ill, 372; computer program for, 753; facilities for, 718; inadequacy of, 375; rate of patient participation in, 376
Age factors in withdrawal effects, 348, 356
Age of onset: of asthma, 141; of bipolar illness, 165; of childhood psychosis, 229; of enuresis, 442; of hypersomnia, 432, 434; of idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus, 513; in masked depression, 317, 325; of multi-infarct dementia, 511; of nail-biting, 200; of narcolepsy, 430, 431; of nightmares, 440; of night terrors, 438; of obesity, 460, 466, 471; of organic brain disorders, 506, 508; of panic disorders, 91; of psychogenic megacolon, 142; of schizophrenia, 85-86, 288; in single-locus models, 82, 83; of sleepwalking, 435, 436; of stuttering, 196; of tics, 194
Aggression: art therapy and, 543544; in borderline children, 229, 232, 242, 244; in children of divorce, 218; criminal, 181; culturally determined, 173; defensive, 314; in enuresis, 188, 189; insomnia and, 428; of mentally retarded, 642; in nail-biting, 200-201; night terrors and, 438, 439; sleepwalking and, 435, 436; tics and, 195; see also Anger; Hostility
Aging, see Elderly
Agoraphobia, 161, 667; automated behavioral treatment for, 770
Agricultural societies, masked depression in, 319
Ainu: imu illness of, 319; osmidrosis axillae among, 654
Akinesia following drug withdrawal, 349, 350, 356, 357
Akinetic depression, 357

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