The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Social Anxiety Disorder (inbunden)
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The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Social Anxiety Disorder

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Featuring leading international authors working in clinical psychology and psychiatry, this handbook offer the most in-depth coverage of social anxiety disorder, including personality factors in SAD, and multicultural issues in the diagnosis, case conceptualization, and treatment of SAD. * A multi-contributed, internationally diverse handbook covering all major elements of social anxiety disorder, offering an invaluable teaching tool * This unique text contributes significantly to the field by summarizing the current state of research in the area and outlining future directions * Provides a comprehensive overview of applied, empirically-supported techniques in the conceptualization, assessment, and treatment of SAD
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  • Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Social Anxiety Disorder

    Justin W Weeks

    Featuring leading international authors working in clinical psychology and psychiatry, this handbook offer the most in-depth coverage of social anxiety disorder, including personality factors in SAD, and multicultural issues in the diagnosis, case...

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Dr. Weeks has assembled an impressive list of some of the foremost experts on social anxiety disorder. This is a superb text that should be read by anybody who is interested in this common and disabling condition - students, clinicians, researchers, and teachers. ?Stefan G. Hofmann, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Boston University and author, An Introduction to Modern CBT Social anxiety disorder blights people's lives and prevents them from reaching their full potential. Thankfully in recent years there has been a large increase in research on the nature of the problem, its etiology and treatment. This excellent and comprehensive Handbook contains thoughtful chapters on all the key research areas. It is strongly recommended reading for both clinicians and researchers. ?Professor David M. Clark, University of Oxford, UK

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Justin W. Weeks is the Director of the Center for Evaluation and Treatment of Anxiety (CETA) at Ohio University, USA. Dr. Weeks is the author of a number of scientific publications and book chapters, the majority of which focus specifically on social anxiety and social anxiety disorder. Dr. Weeks is also well known for his work on fear of positive evaluation as a proposed core element of social anxiety.


Notes on the Contributors xi Part I Theoretical Overview: Social Anxiety Disorder 1 Cognitive-Behavioral Models of Social Anxiety Disorder 3 Judy Wong, Elizabeth A. Gordon, and Richard G. Heimberg 2 Evolutionary Models: Practical and Conceptual Utility for the Treatment and Study of Social Anxiety Disorder 24 Paul Gilbert 3 Genetic Factors in Social Anxiety Disorder 53 Murray B. Stein and Joel Gelernter 4 The Social Neuroscience of Social Anxiety Disorder 67 Supriya Syal and Dan J. Stein 5 The Pathophysiology of Social Anxiety 90 Wieke de Vente, Mirjana Majdandzic, and Susan Bogels 6 Personality: Understanding the Socially Anxious Temperament 111 Cheri A. Levinson, Simona C. Kaplan, and Thomas L. Rodebaugh 7 Behavioral Inhibition: A Discrete Precursor to Social Anxiety Disorder? 133 Dina R. Hirshfeld-Becker, Jamie A. Micco, Christine H. Wang, and Aude Henin 8 Relational Processes in Social Anxiety Disorder 159 Lynn E. Alden, Marci J. Regambal, and Leili Plasencia Part II Variability Within Social Anxiety Disorder 9 Social Anxiety Disorder in Children and Adolescents 181 Thomas H. Ollendick, Kristy E. Benoit, and Amie E. Grills-Taquechel 10 Comorbidity: Social Anxiety Disorder and Psychiatric Comorbidity are not Shy to Co-Occur 201 Derek D. Szafranski, Alexander M. Talkovsky, Samantha G. Farris, and Peter J. Norton 11 Diversity Considerations in the Assessment and Treatment of Social Anxiety Disorder 223 Peter C. Meidlinger and Debra A. Hope 12 Heterogeneity Within Social Anxiety Disorder 247 Megan E. Spokas and LeeAnn Cardaciotto Part III Optimizing Assessment Approaches: How to Best Target Social Anxiety Symptoms 13 Clinical Interviews: Empirical Overview and Procedural Recommendations 271 Daniel W. McNeil and Laura L. Quentin 14 Self-Report Assessment: The Status of the Field and Room for Improvement 292 Katya C. Fernandez, Marilyn L. Piccirillo, and Thomas L. Rodebaugh Part IV Symptomological Manifestations 15 Cognitive Biases among Individuals with Social Anxiety 323 Shari A. Steinman, Eugenia I. Gorlin, and Bethany A. Teachman 16 Behavioral Deviations: Surface Features of Social Anxiety and What They Reveal 344 Wolf-Gero Lange, Mike Rinck, and Eni S. Becker 17 Examining the Controversy Surrounding Social Skills in Social Anxiety Disorder: The State of the Literature 366 Brent W. Schneider and Cynthia L. Turk Part V Broadening the Scope of Social Anxiety Disorder: Areas Warranting Enhanced Empirical Attention 18 Translational Research in Social Anxiety: Summary of Newest Developments and Future Directions 391 Angela Fang and Stefan G. Hofmann 19 Positivity Impairment as a Broad-Based Feature of Social Anxiety 409 Eva Gilboa-Schechtman, Iris Shachar, and Yair Sahar 20 Fear of Positive Evaluation: The Neglected Fear Domain in Social Anxiety 433 Justin W. Weeks and Ashley N. Howell 21 The Neuroendocrinology of Social Anxiety Disorder 454 Gail A. Alvares and Adam J. Guastella Part VI Treatment 22 Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder: The State of the Science 477 Dina Gordon, Judy Wong, and Richard G. Heimberg 23 Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder: Applying the Approach 498 Karen Rowa, Irena Milosevic, and Martin M. Antony 24 Pharmacological Treatment for Social Anxiety Disorder 521 Franklin R. Schneier, Laura B. Bragdon, Carlos Blanco, and Michael R. Liebowitz 25 Dual Diagnosis Cases: Treating Comorbid Social Anxiety Disorder and Substance Abuse or Dependence 547 Julia D. Buckner 26 Internet-Delivered Treatments for Social Anxiety Disorder 569 Gerhard Andersson, Per Carlbring, and Tomas Furmark 27 Acceptance and Mindfulness-Based Therapies for Social Anxiety Disorder: Current Findings and Future Directions 588 James D. Herbert, Marina Gershkovich, and Evan M. Forman Index 609