Index

a
Aasland, O.G., 45
Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale (AIMS), 130 , 133 , 135
Abram, K.M., 54
Acamprosate, 87
Ackerman, B.J., 151 - 152
Addiction Research Foundation, 20
Addiction Severity Index, 93 , 101
Drug and Alcohol, 70
Psychiatric Problems Scale, 100 - 102 , 105 - 108
Adinoff, B., 115
African Americans
cultural sensitivity to, 58 - 59
Age of onset
alcohol dependence/abuse, 37 , 78 - 79
antisocial personality disorder, 37 - 38
anxiety disorders, 37 - 38
dysthymia, 37 - 38
generalized anxiety disorder, 37 - 38
major depressive disorder, 37 - 38 , 78 - 79
mental illness, ix , 33 - 41
personality disorders, 37
phobic/anxiety disorders, 37 - 37
psychiatric disorders, 33 - 41
Agoraphobia, 21 , 103
Agren, H., 117
Ahluwalia, P., 116
AIDS. See HIV/AIDS
Aiken, L.S., 157 , 160
Akaike, H., 5 , 11
Akana, S., 116
Akathisia, 134 - 135 , 138 - 139
Albert Einstein School of Medicine (Glen Oaks, NY), 144
Alcohol dependence/abuse
ADHD and, 43 - 52
age of onset, 37 - 38
Axis II disorders, 22 - 25
comorbidity explanations, 77 - 79
consequences of, 25
drug dependence and, 33 - 41
etiology, 86 - 87
genetics, 78
management, 82 - 85
medical significance, 75 - 76
medication, 87
monitoring treatment, 85 - 86
onset of, 78 - 79
perspectives on, 87
pharmacologic therapy, 84 - 85
primary/secondary, 40
psychosocial therapy, 84
PTSD and, 113
relationship to depression, 76 - 77
treatment algorithm, 84 - 85
treatment of, 79 - 82
treatment resistance, 86
triage, 83
withdrawal symptoms, 115
Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test, x
ADHD patients, 44 - 45
Alcohol, Health, and Behavior Project, 149
Alcoholics Anonymous. See Twelve-step programs
Alcoholism. See Alcohol dependence/abuse
Alexander, M.J., 60
Allen, J.P., 45
Allen, M.H., 127
Allgulander, C., 14
Allness, D.G., 57 , 61
Alpert, M., 127
Alterman, A.I., 20 , 81 , 86 , 93 , 127 , 141
Alternative Five factor model, 150
Alverson, H., 58
Alverson, M., 58
Amador, X.F., 127

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