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Edited by <a href='/SearchCenter/Pages/default.aspx?k= +APPIAuthor:"&#39;Allan Tasman&#39;"' alt='Allan Tasman, M.D.' >Allan Tasman, M.D.</a>, <a href='/SearchCenter/Pages/default.aspx?k= +APPIAuthor:"&#39;Stephen M. Goldfinger&#39;"' alt='Stephen M. Goldfinger, M.D.' >Stephen M. Goldfinger, M.D.</a>, and <a href='/SearchCenter/Pages/default.aspx?k= +APPIAuthor:"&#39;Charles A. Kaufmann&#39;"' alt='Charles A. Kaufmann, M.D.' >Charles A. Kaufmann, M.D.</a>

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Foreword. Contributors. Section I: Treatment of Refractory Mood Disorders. Foreward to Section I. Diagnostic and cours-of-illness variables pertinent to refractory depression. Neuobiology of treatments for refractory depression. Adaptation of Standard Antidepressant Treatments for Refractory Patients. Tricyclic treatment: what is adequate and who if refractory?. Use of monoamine oxidase inhibitors in refractory depression. Treatment of medication-resistant depression with electroconvulsive therapy. Potentiation of Antidepressant Modalities. Pharmacological strategies in refractory depression. Sleep restriction, exercise, and bright lights: alternative therapies for depression. Potential new pharmacotherapies for refractory depression. Alternatives to lithium for bipolar affective illness. Afterword to Section I. Section II: Recent Advances in Geriatric Psychiatry. Foreword to Section II. Epidemiology of late-life depression and dementia: a comparative study. Dementias: reversible and irreversible. Biology in geriatric psychiatry: diagnostic implications. Clinical and biological findings in late-onset depression. Psychotherapy and the elderly patient. Recent advances in geriatric psychopharmacology. Afterword to Section II. Section III: Contributions of Self Psychology to Psychotherapy. Foreword to Section III. Development of psychoanalytic self psychology: A historical-conceptual overview. The process of psychoanalytic psychotherapy: a self-psychological perspective. Self psychology and the neuroses: an additional perspective. Psychotherapy of the narcissistic personality disorders. Eating disorders and adaptation in crisis: a hypothesis. Self psychology and the understanding and treatment of women. Afterword to Section III. Section IV: Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry. Foreword to Section IV. Psychiatric consultation to critical-care units. Psychiatric consultation to neurology. Psychiatric consultation to internal medicine. Psychiatric consultation to oncology. Psychiatric consultation to organ transplant services. Psychiatric consultation toobstetrics and gynecology: systems and syndromes. Afterword to Section IV. Section V: AIDS and HIV Infections. AIDS: a medical overview for psychiatrists. The neurobiology of human immunodeficiency virus(HIV) epidemic. Public policy, legal, and ethical issues. Afterword to Section V. Afterword. Index.

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Foreword. Contributors. Section I: Treatment of Refractory Mood Disorders. Foreward to Section I. Diagnostic and cours-of-illness variables pertinent to refractory depression. Neuobiology of treatments for refractory depression. Adaptation of Standard Antidepressant Treatments for Refractory Patients. Tricyclic treatment: what is adequate and who if refractory?. Use of monoamine oxidase inhibitors in refractory depression. Treatment of medication-resistant depression with electroconvulsive therapy. Potentiation of Antidepressant Modalities. Pharmacological strategies in refractory depression. Sleep restriction, exercise, and bright lights: alternative therapies for depression. Potential new pharmacotherapies for refractory depression. Alternatives to lithium for bipolar affective illness. Afterword to Section I. Section II: Recent Advances in Geriatric Psychiatry. Foreword to Section II. Epidemiology of late-life depression and dementia: a comparative study. Dementias: reversible and irreversible. Biology in geriatric psychiatry: diagnostic implications. Clinical and biological findings in late-onset depression. Psychotherapy and the elderly patient. Recent advances in geriatric psychopharmacology. Afterword to Section II. Section III: Contributions of Self Psychology to Psychotherapy. Foreword to Section III. Development of psychoanalytic self psychology: A historical-conceptual overview. The process of psychoanalytic psychotherapy: a self-psychological perspective. Self psychology and the neuroses: an additional perspective. Psychotherapy of the narcissistic personality disorders. Eating disorders and adaptation in crisis: a hypothesis. Self psychology and the understanding and treatment of women. Afterword to Section III. Section IV: Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry. Foreword to Section IV. Psychiatric consultation to critical-care units. Psychiatric consultation to neurology. Psychiatric consultation to internal medicine. Psychiatric consultation to oncology. Psychiatric consultation to organ transplant services. Psychiatric consultation toobstetrics and gynecology: systems and syndromes. Afterword to Section IV. Section V: AIDS and HIV Infections. AIDS: a medical overview for psychiatrists. The neurobiology of human immunodeficiency virus(HIV) epidemic. Public policy, legal, and ethical issues. Afterword to Section V. Afterword. Index.

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