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100 1  Getz, Glen E 
245 10 Applied Biological Psychology 
264  1 New York :|bSpringer Publishing Company,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2014 
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505 0  Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- 
       Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Section I: Foundations of 
       Neurobiology -- 1. History of Neurobiology -- Clinical 
       Case Reports -- The Case of Phineas Gage -- The Case of 
       Mr. Tan -- The Case of H.M. -- Special Topics: Decision-
       Making Capacity -- Current Case Examinations -- Important 
       Methodological Advancements -- Development of 
       Neuropsychology Testing -- Creation of Computed Tomography
       -- Creation of MRI and Beyond -- The History of Treatment 
       Technique -- Lobotomy and Shock Treatment -- Ethics: 
       Safety of Patients -- Medication -- Psychotherapy -- 
       Cognitive Behavioral Therapy -- Neuroscientists -- 
       Conclusions -- Summary Points -- 2. Research and Clinical 
       Methods -- Microscopic Evaluations -- Ablation -- Ethics: 
       Animal Research-Necessity in Neuroscience? -- 
       Electrophysiology Recordings -- Single-Cell Technique -- 
       Electroencephalogram -- Event-Related Potentials -- 
       Neuroimaging Techniques -- Structural Neuroimaging -- 
       Special Topics: Safety and the MRI Scanner -- Functional 
       Neuroimaging -- Neuropsychological Evaluations -- Behavior
       Genetic Testing -- Conclusions -- Summary Points -- 3. 
       Nervous System and Brain Structure -- Ethics: Competency 
       and Neurobiology -- Overview of the Nervous System -- 
       Peripheral and Central Nervous Systems -- 
       Neurotransmitters and Psychiatry -- Acetylcholine -- 
       Serotonin -- Catecholamines -- Central Nervous System 
       Development -- Brain Division -- Gray Versus White Matter 
       -- Left and Right Hemispheres -- Cerebellum -- Corpus 
       Callosum -- Glial Cells -- Meninges and Cerebral Spinal 
       Fluid -- The Lobes of the Brain -- The Occipital Lobe -- 
       The Parietal Lobe -- The Temporal Lobe -- The Frontal Lobe
       -- Special Topics: Errors in Analyzing MRI for 
       Understanding the Brain -- Conclusions -- Summary Points -
       - 4. Major Neurobiological Brain Systems 
505 8  Ethics: Collaboration and Cooperation -- Primary 
       Neurobiological Systems in Psychiatric Disorders -- The 
       Limbic System -- The Basal Ganglia -- The Prefrontal 
       System -- The Cingulate System -- The Fusiform Gyrus -- 
       Secondary Neurobiological Systems in Psychiatric Disorders
       -- Cranial Nerves -- Mirror System -- Circle of Willis -- 
       Application of the Neural Systems -- Conclusions -- 
       Special Topics: The Application of the Concept of 
       Neuroplasticity -- Summary Points -- Section II: 
       Application of Neurobiology in Psychology -- 5. Childhood 
       Disorders -- Special Topics: Psychotropic Medication in 
       Children -- Neurodevelopment Overview -- ADHD -- Genetics 
       and ADHD -- Neurotransmitters and ADHD -- Neuroimaging and
       ADHD -- Cognition and ADHD -- Treatment for ADHD -- Autism
       Spectrum Disorders -- Ethics: The Harmful, Long-Lasting 
       Effects of Falsifying Neurobiological Data -- Genetics and
       ASD -- Neurotransmitters and ASD -- Neuroimaging and ASD -
       - Cognition and ASD -- Treatment for ASD -- Intellectual 
       Disability -- Learning Disorders -- Childhood Trauma -- 
       Childhood Maltreatment -- Genetics and Childhood 
       Maltreatment -- Neurotransmitters and Childhood 
       Maltreatment -- Neuroimaging and Childhood Maltreatment --
       Cognition and Childhood Maltreatment -- Therapy for 
       Childhood Maltreatment -- Conclusions -- Summary Points --
       6. Schizophrenia -- Clinical Symptoms of Schizophrenia -- 
       Onset and Course of Schizophrenia -- Genetics and 
       Schizophrenia -- Neurochemistry and Schizophrenia -- 
       Neuroimaging and Schizophrenia -- Special Topics: Clinical
       Imaging in Schizophrenia? -- Cognition and Schizophrenia -
       - Treatment for Schizophrenia -- Medication -- Ethics: 
       Decision-Making Capacity in Schizophrenia -- Therapy -- 
       Conclusions -- Summary Points -- 7. Mood Disorders -- 
       Depression -- Clinical Symptoms of Depression -- Subtypes 
       of Depression -- Major Depressive Disorder 
505 8  Genetics and MDD -- Neuroimaging and MDD -- Cognition and 
       MDD -- Treatment for MDD -- Special Topics: Neuroscience 
       in Prediction of Success: MRI/ Genetics/Cognitive -- 
       Bipolar Disorder -- Genetics and BD -- Neuroimaging and BD
       -- Neurochemistry and BD -- Cognition and BD -- Treatment 
       for BD -- Conclusions -- Ethics: Suicidal Behavior: When 
       to Break Confidentiality -- Summary Points -- 8. Anxiety 
       Disorders -- Ethics: Stress in Clinical and Research 
       Environments -- Basic Neurobiological Response to Stress: 
       Fight or Flight? -- Physical Effects of SNS Activation -- 
       Special Topics: Why People Like to be Frightened -- Panic 
       Disorder -- Genetics and PD -- Neurochemistry and PD -- 
       Neuroimaging and PD -- Cognition and PD -- Treatment for 
       PD -- Agoraphobia -- Social Anxiety -- Genetics and SA -- 
       Neurochemistry and SA -- Neuroimaging and SA -- Cognition 
       and SA -- Treatment for SA -- Specific Phobias -- Genetics
       and Phobias -- Neuroimaging and Phobias -- Treatment for 
       Phobias -- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder -- Genetics and 
       PTSD -- Neurochemistry and PTSD -- Neuroimaging and PTSD -
       - Cognition and PTSD -- Treatment for PTSD -- Generalized 
       Anxiety Disorder -- Genetics and GAD -- Neurochemistry and
       GAD -- Neuroimaging and GAD -- Cognition and GAD -- 
       Treatment for GAD -- Conclusions -- Summary Points -- 9. 
       Eating Disorders -- Anorexia Nervosa -- Genetics and AN --
       Neuroimaging and AN -- Cognition and AN -- Treatment for 
       AN -- Ethics: Safety and Eating Disorders -- Bulimia 
       Nervosa -- Neuroimaging and BN -- Cognition and BN -- 
       Treatment for BN -- Binge Eating Disorder -- Special 
       Topics: Obesity and Therapist Role -- Neurochemistry and 
       BED -- Neuroimaging and BED -- Cognition and BED -- 
       Treatment for BED -- Conclusions -- Summary Points -- 10. 
       Sleep Disorders -- Purpose of Sleep -- Normal Sleep -- 
       Stage 0: Wakefulness -- Stage I Sleep -- Stage II Sleep 
505 8  Stage III Sleep -- Stage IV Sleep -- REM Sleep -- Cycle of
       Stages -- Dreaming -- Circadian Rhythms -- Life Span and 
       Sleep -- Sleep Deprivation -- Cognition and Sleep 
       Deprivation -- Neuroimaging and Sleep Deprivation -- 
       Clinical Sleep Disorders -- Insomnia -- Ethics: Are You 
       Getting Good Sleep? -- Hypersomnia -- Parasomnia -- 
       Special Topics: Nocturnal Enuresis: A Behavioral Strategy 
       -- Conclusions -- Summary Points -- 11. Substance 
       Disorders -- Background -- Special Topics: Medical 
       Marijuana-Helpful or Hurtful? -- Behavioral and 
       Neurobiological Response to Substance Exposure -- 
       Comorbidity of Substance Abuse and Psychiatric Disorders -
       - Genetics and Substance Disorders -- Prenatal Exposure to
       Substances -- Examination of Common Substances of Abuse --
       Alcohol Abuse -- Cannabis Abuse -- Methamphetamine Abuse -
       - Cocaine Abuse -- Hallucinogen Abuse -- Opiate Abuse -- 
       Caffeine and Nicotine Abuse -- Conclusions -- Ethics: Use 
       of Amphetamines as Performance Enhancers -- Summary Points
       -- 12. Medical Disorders -- Special Topics: Driving: When 
       Is It No Longer Safe? -- Delirium -- The Dementias -- 
       Alzheimer's Disease -- Vascular Dementia -- Frontal Lobe 
       Dementia -- Dementia of Lewy Body -- Seizure Disorders -- 
       Seizure Subtypes -- Genetics and Seizure Disorder -- 
       Neurochemistry and Seizure Disorder -- Neuroimaging and 
       Seizure Disorder -- Cognition and Seizure Disorder -- 
       Treatment for Seizure Disorder -- Movement Disorders -- 
       Huntington's Disease -- Ethics: Genetic Testing: To Test 
       or Not to Test? -- Parkinson's Disease -- Other Medical 
       Events -- Tumors -- Anoxia and Hypoxia -- Conclusions -- 
       Summary Points -- 13. Traumatic Brain Injury -- TBI Risk 
       Factors -- TBI Defined -- Neurobiology of TBI -- 
       Neuroimaging and TBI -- TBI: Severity Classification -- 
       Mild TBI: Definition and Symptoms -- Special Topics: 
       Sports-Related TBI -- Malingering Issues in TBI -- Outcome
505 8  Application of Treatment to Mental Health Providers -- 
       Cognitive Rehabilitation -- Psychotherapy -- 
       Neuropsychological Assessment -- Speech and Language -- 
       Sensory Evaluations -- Headache -- Medication Effects -- 
       Ethics: Confidentiality -- Diet/Nutrition/Exercise -- 
       Conclusions -- Summary Points -- 14. Personality Disorders
       -- Special Topics: Psychopathy, Neuroscience, and the Law 
       -- Antisocial Personality Disorder -- Genetics and ASPD --
       Neuroimaging and ASPD -- Cognition and ASPD -- Treatment 
       for ASPD -- Borderline Personality Disorder -- Ethics: 
       Dual-Role and Relationships with BPD -- Genetics and BPD -
       - Neuroimaging and BPD -- Neurocognition and BPD -- 
       Treatment for BPD -- Conclusions -- Summary Points -- 
       Glossary -- References -- Index 
520    Written for graduate students and trainees in mental 
       health, this is the only text to present neurobiology in 
       the context of clinical issues rather than merely focusing
       on experimental approaches to biological psychology or 
       structuring it along neurological systems. In clear, 
       easily accessible language the text explains how the brain
       and nervous system are linked to mental disorders. It 
       integrates information from many aspects of 
       neurobiological research, including imaging, 
       neuropsychology, and genetics in order to foster an in-
       depth understanding of the psychiatric presentation of 
       disorders that mental health professionals encounter in 
       their practices. To facilitate student learning and 
       clarify the connection between neurobiological foundations
       and clinical presentation, the text includes case studies,
       cognitive data, imaging results, genetic testing results, 
       and illustrations. It examines major psychological 
       disorders from behavioral, emotional, biological, 
       cognitive and neurophysiological perspectives as they 
       relate to brain structure and the major systems. Special 
       topic sections highlight ethical, research, and treatment 
       concerns for mental health practitioners. Each chapter 
       concludes with summations and review questions. Written 
       for graduate level students in clinical, counseling, and 
       school psychology programs, the text fulfills APA 
       accreditation requirements for coursework in the 
       biological bases of behavior. While the text's primary aim
       is to help students understand neurobiological information
       as an important component of a therapeutic framework, it 
       also concisely addresses micro and macro anatomy as 
       relates to neurobiology. Also included are such 
       supplementary teaching materials as test questions and 
       PowerPoint slides of illustrations. Key Features: Focuses 
       on the connection between neurobiology and clinical 
       presentation; Presents 
520 8  complex information clearly and concisely; Highlights 
       special topics in neurobiology ethics, research, and 
       treatment; Integrates information from imaging, 
       neuropsychology, and genetics testing; Prepares graduate 
       students in clinical, counseling, and school psychology 
       for professional practice 
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