Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Theory, Research, and Treatment

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Author Index
Abel, J., 266, 269, 361
Abramowitz, J.S., 81, 160, 266, 268, 295, 316, 361, 373, 404
Achee, J.W., 386
Ackerman, D.L., 293, 361
Ackermann, R.F., 363
Adams, P.L., 170, 361
Ades, J., 300, 384
Agras, W.S., 134, 378, 389
Aigner, M., 408
Aizenberg, D., 378
Akhtar, S., 24, 30, 122, 361
Alarcon, R.D., 57, 361
Alawahlia, S.A., 399
Albano, A.M., 315, 385
Albert, A., 197, 361
Albert, U., 385
Aldenhoff, J., 378
Alexander, J.E., 400
Alighieri, D., 163, 361
Allen, A., 379, 403
Allen, G.J., 378
Allen, L., 301, 361
Allen, R., 362
Allilaire, J.F., 386
Allsopp, M., 316, 319, 361, 407
Alsobrook, J.P., 114, 314, 361, 384, 391
Al-Suhaibani, M.O., 385
Altabe, M., 404
Altemus, M., 305, 361, 364
Alterman, I., 379, 380, 389
Ambrosini, P., 399
American Psychiatric Association, 21, 122, 259, 312, 349, 361
Ames, D., 362
Amir, N., 36, 151, 268, 361, 373, 391
Anan, D.A., 363
Ananth, J., 292, 362, 365
Anderson, D., 396
Anderson, G., 395, 401
Anderson, K.W., 388
Andrews, G., 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 80, 113, 362, 367, 368, 384
Antony, M.M., 19, 141, 168, 213, 314, 328, 362, 364, 366, 372, 376, 377, 385, 393, 397, 401–404
Arntz, A., 268, 269, 281, 283, 284, 290, 405
Aronowitz, G.E., 362
Arts, W., 260, 362
Asbahr, F.R., 317, 362
Asberg, M., 240, 362, 404
Aublet, F., 383
Aubuchon, P., 362
Avci, A., 319, 370
Averbach, D.H., 396
Averill, P.M., 339, 401
Aviv, A., 375
Ayoub, E.M., 403
Bachofen, M., 270, 359, 362, 386, 389
Baer, L., 168, 175, 178, 209, 223, 265, 268, 358, 362, 363, 365, 374, 376, 379, 380, 384, 386, 389, 391, 399, 402
Bain, A., 199, 362
Baker, P., 364
Baker, R.W., 362
Balach, L., 364
Baldessarini, R.J., 402
Baldwin, D., 297, 383
Ball, S., 367
Ball, S.G., 175, 209, 268, 362
Ballantine, H.T., 362, 380
Bandura, A., 339, 362
Barlow, D.H., 134, 156, 168, 197, 242, 363, 365, 370, 389, 396, 405
Baronet, A.M., 354, 363
Barr, L.C., 305, 363, 387
Barrows, H., 352, 363
Barry, C.T., 404
Barsky, A.J., 10, 363
Bartholomew, B.D., 404

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