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Human diseases and conditions. Supplement 1 : behavioral health

Author: Neil Izenberg; Steven A Dowshen
Publisher: New York : Scribner, Gale Group, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Just as there are no two people who are exactly alike, there is no one way for the mind and body to function together. When certain behaviors begin to affect daily life in negative ways, however, a person may be diagnosed with a mental disorder or condition. These conditions, from Alzheimer disease to depression, learning disorders to schizophrenia, are already familiar to many people, yet they are difficult issues  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Neil Izenberg; Steven A Dowshen
ISBN: 0684806436 9780684806433
OCLC Number: 48425771
Notes: "Published in association with the Center for Children's Health Media, the Nemours Foundation."
Description: xiii, 463 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 28 cm
Contents: Preface --
What is behavioral health? --
The brain and nervous system --
Abuse --
Addiction --
Agoraphobia --
Alcoholism --
Alzheimer disease --
Amnesia --
Anorexia --
Antisocial personality disorder --
Anxiety and anxiety disorders --
Asperger disorder --
Attention --
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder --
Autism --
Bedwetting (enuresis) --
Binge eating disorder --
Bipolar disorder --
Birth defects and brain development --
Body dysmorphic disorder --
Body image --
Brain chemistry (neurochemistry) --
Brain injuries --
Bulimia --
Bullying --
Cerebral palsy --
Chronic illness --
Conduct disorder --
Consciousness --
Conversion disorder --
Death and dying --
Delusions --
dementia --
Depression --
Disability --
Dissociative identity disorder --
Divorce --
Eating disorders --
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) --
Emotions --
Families --
Fears --
Fetal alcohol syndrome --
Fugue --
Gender identity --
Gender identity disorder --
Genetics and behavior --
Habits and habit disorders --
Hallucinations --
Homelessness --
Hypnosis --
Hypochondria --
Impulsivity --
Intelligence --
Learning disabilities --
Love and intimacy --
Lying and stealing --
Malingering --
Medications --
Memory --
Mental retardation --
Munchausen syndrome --
Obesity --
Obsessive-compulsive disorder --
Oppositional defiant disorder --
Panic --
Paranoia --
Peer pressure --
Personality --
Personality disorders --
Pervasive developmental disorders --
Phobias --
Post-traumatic stress disorder --
Psychosis --
Rape --
Relaxation --
Resilience --
Rett disorder --
Schizophrenia --
School avoidance --
School failure --
Seasonal affective disorder --
Selective mutism --
Self-esteem --
Sexual development --
Sleep --
Social anxiety disorder --
Soiling (encopresis) --
Somatoform disorders --
Stress --
Stuttering --
Substance abuse --
Suicide --
Testing and evaluation --
Therapy --
Tic disorders --
Tobacco addiction --
Tourette syndrome --
Trichotillomania --
Violence.
Other Titles: Supplement 1: behavioral health [for] Human diseases and conditions
Supplement [for] Human diseases and conditions
Supplement, Human diseases and conditions
Responsibility: Neil Izenberg, Steven A. Dowshen, editors in chief.
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Abstract:

Just as there are no two people who are exactly alike, there is no one way for the mind and body to function together. When certain behaviors begin to affect daily life in negative ways, however, a person may be diagnosed with a mental disorder or condition. These conditions, from Alzheimer disease to depression, learning disorders to schizophrenia, are already familiar to many people, yet they are difficult issues to grasp and speak about comfortable. In this book you will find an open discussion of nearly 100 of these sensitive topics, an the new understandings and treatments that scientists and doctors have recently developed. This book also includes other issues especially relevant to these conditions, such as homelessness and violence, to explore how behavior is influenced not only by body chemistry, but by our environments as well.

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