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Handbook of Behavioral Medicine presents a comprehensive overview of the current state of knowledge of behavioral science techniques in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of various health related disorders. Contributions from a wide variety of internationally recognized experts in behavioral medicine and related fields are featured, including the fields of education, social work, and physical therapy. Foundational issues in behavioral medicine are explored in Volume One, including various topics relating to concepts, theories, treatments, doctor/patient relationships, common medical problems, behavioral technologies, assessment, and methodologies. The focus of Volume Two is on medical interface, addressing a variety of issues relating to health disorders and specialties; social work, medical sociology, and psychosocial aspects; and topics relating to education and health. With its authoritative and innovative coverage of all aspects of this rapidly expanding interdisciplinary field, Handbook of Behavioral Medicine is an invaluable resource for clinical professionals and researchers concerned with the treatment of sickness and training of health professionals.


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Handbook of Behavioral Medicine presents a comprehensive overview of the current state of knowledge of behavioral science techniques in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of various health related disorders. Contributions from a wide variety of internationally recognized experts in behavioral medicine and related fields are featured, including the fields of education, social work, and physical therapy. Foundational issues in behavioral medicine are explored in Volume One, including various topics relating to concepts, theories, treatments, doctor/patient relationships, common medical problems, behavioral technologies, assessment, and methodologies. The focus of Volume Two is on medical interface, addressing a variety of issues relating to health disorders and specialties; social work, medical sociology, and psychosocial aspects; and topics relating to education and health. With its authoritative and innovative coverage of all aspects of this rapidly expanding interdisciplinary field, Handbook of Behavioral Medicine is an invaluable resource for clinical professionals and researchers concerned with the treatment of sickness and training of health professionals.


Contents:

Volume 1 Foundational Issues

Contributors xi


Foreword xx
Anne Harrington


Preface xxiii


Part I Domains of Concepts, Th eories, and Treatments 1


1 Depression in Chronic Physical Illness: A Behavioral Medicine Approach 3
Golan Shahar, Dana Lassri, and Patrick Luyten


2 Non–adherence to Medical Treatment 23
Christian P. Selinger and Andrew Robinson


3 Placebo and Nocebo Effects 36
Elisa Carlino and Fabrizio Benedetti


4 A Stage Approach to Enhancing Adherence to Treatment 58
Janice M. Prochaska and James O. Prochaska


Part II Common Medical Problems 77


5 Promoting Physical Activity for the Management of Obesity 79
Tony Morris and Melissa Moore


6 Cancer–related Fatigue 105
Benjamin J. Hassan and Maíra P. O. Campos


7 Transition from Pediatric– to Adult–focused Healthcare in Young Adults with Chronic Medical Conditions 124
Michele Herzer Maddux, Hillary VanSlyke, and Sandra Cortina


8 Assessment and Non–pharmacological Management of Pain in Children with Burns 143
Narisa Damanhuri and Stuart Enoch


9 Cognitive Behavioral Interventions in Children with Functional Abdominal Pain and Irritable Bowel Syndrome 155
Julie Snyder and Samuel Nurko


Part III Doctors and Patients 175


10 Patients Perceived Control over Th eir Disorder 177
Amir Al–Dabagh and Steven R. Feldman


11 Anger Control and Cardiovascular Disease 187
Ari Haukkala


12 Using Evidence–Based Practice to Improve Healthcare Quality and Patient Outcomes 203
Bernadette Mazurek Melnyk and Lynn Gallagher–Ford


Part IV Behavioral Technologies in Theory and Treatment 221


13 Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Sleep Disorders in Children and Adolescents 223
Donna B. Pincus, R. Meredith Elkins, Courtney Weiner, and Christina Hardway


14 50 Years of Hypnosis in Healthcare 251
Mark B. Weisberg


15 Neurofeedback and Brain Computer Interfaces 275
Sarah Wyckoff and Niels Birbaumer


16 Electromyographic (EMG) Biofeedback in the Treatment of Pelvic Floor Disorders 313
Bruce Mehler and Katharine M. Larsson


17 Biofeedback in Psychocardiology: Measuring and Managing Changes of Heart 339
Jade M. Dyer


Part V Assessment and Methodology 353


18 Psychometric Developments in Psychosocial Assessment in Behavioral Medicine Settings 355
Michael H. Antoni and Theodore Millon


19 Motivational Interviewing 406
Moira Sim, Eric Khong, and Gary Hulse


20 Ecological Momentary Assessment in Behavioral Medicine: Research and Practice 429
Megan L. Robbins and Th omas Kubiak


21 The Interrelationship Between Behavior Analysis and Behavioral Medicine 447
Nicole M. Davis and R. W. Maguire


22 Psychological Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome 462
Sarah E. Quinton and Laurie Keefer


Volume 2 Medical Interface


Part I Health Disorders and Specialties 485


23 Psychoneuroimmunology of Interpersonal Relationships: Both the Presence/Absence of Social Ties and Relationship Quality Matter 487
Lisa M. Jaremka, Heather M. Derry, and Janice K. Kiecolt–Glaser


24 Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Rehabilitative Treatments and Mechanisms of Change 501
Trudie Chalder


25 Pediatric Rheumatologic Disease 517
Laura Chiel and Robert Sundel


26 Non–pharmacologic Approaches to Stress–induced Infertility 530
Ameigh V. Worley and Sarah L. Berga


27 An Integrative Body Mind Spirit Approach for Women Experiencing Infertility 554
Chan, Celia Hoi–yan, Chan, Cecilia Lai–wan, and Tsui, Elaine Yin–ling


28 Behavioral and Psychotherapeutic Interventions in Dermatology 570
Philip D. Shenefelt


29 Psychocardiology: Mechanisms and Management of Psychosocial and Behavioral Risk Factors in Patients with Coronary Heart Disease 593
Thomas Meyer and Christoph Herrmann–Lingen


30 Biobehavioral Interventions in Heart Failure 621
Benson M. Hoffman, Andrew Sherwood, James A. Blumenthal, and Alan Hinderliter


31 Behavioral Rehabilitation Approaches in Osteoarthritis 649
Kim L. Bennell, Tim V. Wrigley, Francis J. Keefe, and Rana S. Hinman


32 Behavioral Factors in Management of Asthma 679
Paul M. Lehrer, Frederick S. Wamboldt, and Milisyaris Aviles–Velez


33 Behavioral Interventions for Youth with Type 2 Diabetes 711
Tatyana Buynitsky and Erinn T. Rhodes


34 Behavioral Factors in Headache Management 737
Frank Andrasik and Dawn C. Buse


35 The Neuromatrix in Behavioral Medicine 759
Ronald Melzack and Joel Katz


36 Biofeedback as a Treatment for Epilepsy 775
Yoko Nagai and Michael Trimble


37 Behavioral Treatment of Fecal Incontinence 787
William E. Whitehead and Olafur S. Palsson


38 Task–oriented Biofeedback in Neurorehabilitation 807
Johanna Jonsdottir and Davide Cattaneo


Part II Social Work, Medical Sociology, and Psychosocial Aspects 825


39 Behavioral Determinants of Employment Status in Cancer Patients 827
Saskia Duijts, Evelien Spelten, and Jos Verbeek


40 Psychosocial Factors in Low Back Pain Management 850
James E. Moore and Sean J. Tollison


41 Behavioral Self–management of End–stage Renal Disease: Implications for Social Work Practice 871
Joseph R. Merighi


42 Behavioral Health and Childhood Obesity: Implications for Social Work Practice 892
Shawn A. Lawrence and Eileen Mazur Abel


43 Caring for the Family Caregiver 913
Jane R. Schubart


Part III Education and Health: New Roles for both Teacher and Physician 931


44 Chronic Health Conditions in Schools 933
Michael S. Kelly, Andy J. Frey, and Stephanie C. Berzin


45 Behavioral Medicine for the Classroom Teacher 947
Sally Bittinger and David I. Mostofsky


46 The Salutogenic Framework for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention 973
Monica Eriksson


47 The Impact of Pediatric Illnesses on Students 994
David L. Wodrich, Megan Aros, and Andrew Tesoro


Index of Authors 1017


Index of Subjects 1034


PRODUCT DETAILS

ISBN-13: 9781118453858
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Publication date: April, 2014
Pages: 1120
Dimensions: 150.00 x 248.00 x 58.47

Subcategories: Neurology

MEET THE AUTHOR

David I. Mostofsky is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Laboratory for Behavioral Medicine Research at Boston University. He has written more than 100 journal articles, monographs and chapters in edited volumes describing his research.