Students in Discord: Adolescents with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

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STUDENTS IN DISCORD
Adolescents with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

C. Robin Boucher

The Greenwood Educators' Reference Collection

GREENWOOD PRESS

Westport, Connecticut · London

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Table of contents

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  • The Greenwood Educators' Reference Collection ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction xi
  • 1 - Setting the Stage 1
  • Summary 7
  • 2 - Primary and Secondary Samples 8
  • 3 - Overview: Personality Disorders 23
  • 4 - Borderline Personality Disorder 30
  • 5 - Antisocial Personality Tendency 49
  • 6 - Narcissism 62
  • 7 - Overview: Disruptive Behavior Disorders 79
  • 8 - Attention-Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity 87
  • 9 - Oppositional-Defiant and Conduct Disorders 106
  • 10 - Overview: Eating Disorders 127
  • 11 - Anorexia Nervosa 130
  • 12 - Overview: Mood Disorders 145
  • 13 - Depression 149
  • 14 - Bipolar Disorder 167
  • 15 - Overview: Anxiety Disorders 182
  • 16 - School Phobia 189
  • 17 - Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 201
  • 18 - Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 218
  • 19 - Overview: Abnormal Adolescent Development 232
  • 20 - Communication Disorders 234
  • 21 - Learning Disabilities 253
  • 22 - Tourette's Syndrome 274
  • 23 - Federal and Practical Definitional Characteristics 292
  • Summary 316
  • 24 - Taking Themselves Too Seriously 317
  • 25 - ED with or without SM? 321
  • 26 - Interrelatedness of Disorders 337
  • 27 - Staying Hopeful and Attuned 343
  • 28 - They Care If the Sun Is on Fire 346
  • Appendix - Primary Sample Case Synopses 349
  • Bibliography 365
  • About the Author 397
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