The Wiley Handbook of Anxiety Disorders

The Wiley Handbook of Anxiety Disorders

Editor(s): Paul Emmelkamp, Thomas Ehring

Published Online: 4 APR 2014 08:37PM EST

Print ISBN: 9781118775356

Online ISBN: 9781118775349

DOI: 10.1002/9781118775349

About this Book

This two-volume, state-of-the-art Handbook on the research and treatment of anxiety and related disorders is the most internationally and clinically oriented Handbook currently available, encompassing a broad network of researchers, from leading experts in the field to rising stars.

  • The very first handbook to cover anxiety disorders according to the new DSM-5 criteria
  • Published in two volumes, the International Handbook provides the most wide-ranging treatment of the state-of-the-art  research in the anxiety disorders
  • Offers a truly international aspect, including authors from different continents and covering issues of relevance to non-Western countries
  • Includes discussion of the latest treatments, including work on persistence of compulsions, virtual reality exposure therapy, cognitive bias modification, cognitive enhancers, and imagery rescripting
  • Covers treatment failures, transdiagnostic approaches, and includes treatment issues for children as well as the older population
  • Edited by leaders in the field, responsible for some of the most important advances in our understanding and treatment of anxiety disorders

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Epidemiology and Classification

    1. Chapter 4

      Disability and Costs (pages 47–57)

      Ronald C. Kessler, Jordi Alonso, Somnath Chatterji and Yanling He

  2. Part II: Etiology of Anxiety Disorders

    1. Chapter 7

      Learning Theory (pages 83–103)

      Yannick Boddez, Frank Baeyens, Dirk Hermans and Tom Beckers

    2. Chapter 10

      Developmental Psychopathology (pages 148–171)

      Sabine Seehagen, Jürgen Margraf and Silvia Schneider

    3. Chapter 11

      Family Factors (pages 172–190)

      Guy Bosmans, Adinda Dujardin, Eva Vandevivere, Caroline Braet and Kathryn Kerns

  3. Part III: Specific Anxiety Disorders and Anxiety-related Disorders

    1. Chapter 18

      Specific Phobias (pages 295–320)

      Thomas G. Adams, Craig N. Sawchuk, Joshua M. Cisler, Jeffrey M. Lohr and Bunmi O. Olatunji

    2. Chapter 19

      Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia (pages 321–356)

      Norman B. Schmidt, Kristina J. Korte, Aaron M. Norr, Meghan E. Keough and Kiara R. Timpano

    3. Chapter 20

      Social Anxiety Disorder (pages 357–377)

      Stefan G. Hofmann, B. Türküler Aka and Alejandra Piquer

    4. Chapter 21

      Generalized Anxiety Disorder (pages 378–423)

      Elizabeth S. Stevens, Alexander A. Jendrusina, Casey Sarapas and Evelyn Behar

    5. Chapter 23

      Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (pages 457–496)

      Michelle J. Bovin, Stephanie Y. Wells, Ann M. Rasmusson, Jasmeet P. Hayes and Patricia A. Resick

    6. Chapter 25

      Body Dysmorphic Disorder (pages 535–547)

      Corinna M. Elliott, Andrea S. Hartmann, Jennifer L. Greenberg, Anne C. Wilson and Sabine Wilhelm

    7. Chapter 27

      Sexual Anxiety (pages 567–580)

      Nayla Awada, Serena Corsini-Munt, Sophie Bergeron and Natalie Rosen

  4. Part IV: Special Populations

    1. Chapter 29

      Anxiety Disorders in Older Adulthood (pages 597–611)

      Andrew Petkus, Caroline Merz and Julie Loebach Wetherell

  5. Part V: Prevention

    1. Chapter 31

      Prevention of Anxiety Disorders (pages 623–642)

      Heidi J. Lyneham, Ronald M. Rapee and Jennifer L. Hudson

  6. Part VI: Clinical Assessment

  7. Part VII: Treatment of Anxiety Disorders: State of the Art

    1. Chapter 35

      Exposure Therapy (pages 715–756)

      Michael J. Telch, Adam R. Cobb and Cynthia L. Lancaster

    2. Chapter 36

      Cognitive Therapy (pages 757–775)

      Anna N. Vossbeck-Elsebusch and Thomas Ehring

    3. Chapter 39

      Mindfulness and Acceptance-based Behavioral Therapies (pages 804–823)

      Lizabeth Roemer, Jessica R. Graham, Lucas Morgan and Susan M. Orsillo

    4. Chapter 40

      Mechanisms of Change in CBT Treatment (pages 824–839)

      Bethany A. Teachman, Jessica R. Beadel and Shari A. Steinman

  8. Part VIII: Clinical Management of Specific Anxiety Disorders and Anxiety-related Disorders

    1. Chapter 46

      Panic Disorder: Assessment and Treatment (pages 924–963)

      Kristin L. Szuhany, M. Alexandra Kredlow and Michael W. Otto

    2. Chapter 49

      Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Assessment and Treatment (pages 1038–1077)

      Cara A. Settipani, Douglas M. Brodman, Jeremy Peterman, Kendra L. Read, Alexandra L. Hoff, Anna J. Swan and Philip C. Kendall

    3. Chapter 51

      Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Assessment and Treatment (pages 1111–1144)

      Amitai Abramovitch, Corinna M. Elliott, Sabine Wilhelm, Gail Steketee and Anne C. Wilson

  9. Part IX: Clinical Management of Comorbidity

  10. Part X: Approaches to Improve Effectiveness and Dissemination

    1. Chapter 58

      Self-help Treatments and Stepped Care (pages 1242–1255)

      Rosemary Webster, Andrew Thompson, Thomas L. Webb and Paschal Sheeran

    2. Chapter 62

      Internet Treatment of Youth (pages 1297–1309)

      Sonja March, Susan H. Spence and Caroline L. Donovan

    3. Chapter 66

      Deep Brain Stimulation (pages 1355–1367)

      Pieter Ooms, Pelle P. de Koning and Damiaan Denys

  11. Part XI: Agenda for Future Research

    1. Chapter 67

      Psychiatric Perspective (pages 1369–1381)

      Richard van Dyck, Anton J. L. M. van Balkom, Odile A. van den Heuvel and Christel M. Middeldorp

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