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Fadem. BRS Behavioral science. 6e. 2013.

1. THE BEGINNING OF LIFE: PREGNANCY THROUGH PRESCHOOL
I. Childbirth and the Postpartum Period
II. Infancy: Birth to 15 Months
III. The Toddler Years: 15 Months–2 Years
IV. The Preschool Child: 3–6 Years
2. SCHOOL AGE, ADOLESCENCE, SPECIAL ISSUES OF DEVELOPMENT, AND ADULTHOOD
I. School Age: 7–11 Years
II. Adolescence: 11–20 Years
III. Special Issues in Child Development
IV. Early Adulthood: 20–40 Years
V. Middle Adulthood: 40–65 Years
3. AGING, DEATH, AND BEREAVEMENT
I. Aging
II. Stages of Dying and Death
III. Bereavement (Normal Grief) versus Depression (Abnormal Grief or Complicated Bereavement)
4. GENETICS, ANATOMY, AND BIOCHEMISTRY OF BEHAVIOR
I. Behavioral Genetics
II. Behavioral Neuroanatomy
III. Neurotransmission
IV. Biogenic Amines
V. Amino Acid Neurotransmitters
VI. Neuropeptides
5. BIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF PATIENTS WITH PSYCHIATRIC SYMPTOMS
I. Overview
II. Measurement of Biogenic Amines and Psychotropic Drugs
III. Evaluating Endocrine Function
IV. Neuroimaging and Electroencephalogram Studies
V. Neuropsychological Tests
VI. Other Tests
6. PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORY AND DEFENSE MECHANISMS
I. Overview
II. Freud’s Theories of the Mind
III. Defense Mechanisms
IV. Transference Reactions
7. LEARNING THEORY
I. Overview
II. Habituation and Sensitization
III. Classical Conditioning
IV. Operant Conditioning
8. CLINICAL ASSESSMENT OF PATIENTS WITH BEHAVIORAL SYMPTOMS
I. Overview of Psychological Testing
II. Intelligence Tests
III. Achievement Tests
IV. Personality Tests
V. Psychiatric Evaluation of the Patient with Emotional Symptoms
9. SUBSTANCE ABUSE
I. Substance Abuse, Definitions, Epidemiology,and Demographics
II. Stimulants
III. Sedatives
IV. Opioids
V. Hallucinogens and Related Agents
VI. Clinical Features of Substance Abuse
VII. Management
10. NORMAL SLEEP AND SLEEP DISORDERS
I. Normal Awake and Sleep States
II. Classification of Sleep Disorders
III. Insomnia
IV. Breathing-related Sleep Disorder (Sleep Apnea)
V. Narcolepsy
VI. Management of Sleep Disorders
11. SCHIZOPHRENIA AND OTHER PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS
I. Schizophrenia
II. Other Psychotic Disorders
12. MOOD DISORDERS
I. Overview
II. Classification of Mood Disorders
III. Etiology
IV. Management
13. ANXIETY DISORDERS, SOMATOFORM DISORDERS, AND RELATED CONDITIONS
I. Anxiety Disorders
II. Somatoform Disorders
III. Factitious Disorder (Formerly Munchausen Syndrome), Factitious Disorder by Proxy, and Malingering
14. COGNITIVE, PERSONALITY, DISSOCIATIVE, AND EATING DISORDERS
I. Cognitive Disorders
II. Personality Disorders
III. Dissociative Disorders
IV. Obesity and Eating Disorders
15. PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS IN CHILDREN
I. Pervasive Developmental Disorders of Childhood
II. Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Disruptive Behavior Disorders of Childhood
III. Other Disorders of Childhood
16. BIOLOGIC THERAPIES: PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
I. Overview
II. Antipsychotic Agents
III. Antidepressant Agents
IV. Mood Stabilizers
V. Antianxiety Agents
VI. Psychoactive Medications in Pregnancy
VII. Electroconvulsive Therapy and Related Therapies
17. PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPIES
I. Psychoanalysis and Related Therapies
II. Behavioral Therapies
III. Other Therapies
18. THE FAMILY, CULTURE, AND ILLNESS
I. Overview of the Family
II. Demographics and Current Trends
III. Culture in the United States
IV. American Subcultures
19. SEXUALITY
I. Sexual Development
II. The Biology of Sexuality in Adults
III. Sexual Dysfunction
IV. Paraphilias
V. Illness, Injury, and Sexuality
VI. Aging and Sexuality
VII. Drugs and Sexuality
VIII. The Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Sexuality
20. AGGRESSION AND ABUSE
I. Aggression
II. Abuse and Neglect of Children and the Elderly
III. Physical and Sexual Abuse of Domestic Partners
IV. The Role of the Physician in Suspected Child, Elder, and Domestic Partner Abuse
V. Sexual Aggression: Rape and Related Crimes
21. THE PHYSICIAN–PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
I. Medical Practice
II. Adherence
III. The Clinical Interview
22. PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
I. Stress and Health
II. Psychological Stress in Specific Patient Populations
III. Patients with Chronic Pain
IV. Patients with Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
23. LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES IN MEDICINE
I. Legal Competence
II. Informed Consent
III. Confidentiality
IV. Reportable Illnesses
V. Ethical Issues Involving HIV Infection
VI. Involuntary and Voluntary Psychiatric Hospitalization
VII. Advance Directives
VIII. Death and Euthanasia
IX. Medical Malpractice
X. Impaired Physicians
24. HEALTH CARE IN THE UNITED STATES
I. Health Care Delivery Systems
II. Costs of Health Care
III. Payment for Health Care: Health Insurance
IV. Demographics of Health in the United States
25. MEDICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
I. Medical Epidemiology: Incidence and Prevalence
II. Research Study Design
III. Quantifying Risk
IV. Bias, Reliability, and Validity
V. Clinical Probability and Attack Rate
26. STATISTICAL ANALYSES
I. Elements of Statistical Analyses
II. Hypothesis Testing
III. Statistical Tests