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i n de x Page numbers in italics indicate figures or tables. academic research, 44 ADHD. See attention deficit hyperactivity disorder administered pricing, 89 adolescents, increasing treatment and diagnosis rates among, 21 adverse selection, 6, 57–58 age, relation to mental illness, 12–13, 14, 15 almshouses, 153–54 n. 4 American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 42 American Academy of Pediatrics, 42 American Handbook of Psychiatry (Arieti), 26, 29, 31, 33, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40 American Psychiatric Association, 33, 94 Americans with Disabilities Act, 4, 98, 121 amitriptyline, 34 anti-Parkinsonian medications, 30 antipsychotic drugs: advances in, 33; chronology of, 29 anxiety disorders, 37; improvements in treatment for, 106; treatment advances for, 46; treatment efficacy for, 117–18 appropriate treatment, right to, 97 Arieti, Silvano, 26 Army Induction and Selective Service study, 18–20 assertive community therapy, 115 atomoxetine, 42 attention deficit disorder. See attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), 17, 40–41; appropriateness of treatment for, 107; behavioral therapy for, 43; history of medications for, 40–42; history of psychotherapy and other treatments for, 42–43; SSI-qualifying condition, 62; treatment advances for, 46 atypical antipsychotic medications, 30 backward projections, 24 Baltimore Epidemiologic Catchment Area study, 20 Barton, Walter, 92 Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law, xi behavior therapy, 36 benzodiazepine, 118 bipolar disorder, 153 n. 8; treatment advances for, 46; treatment efficacy for, 118 block grants, 60–61, 96, 99–100 borderline personality disorder, 107–8 Bradley, Charles, 40–41 Bryce Hospital (Alabama), 76 bundled payment arrangements, 89 cage hotels, 132 carve-outs, 67, 88 case managers, 101 causality, 15 Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, 96, 100 certificate-of-need laws, 75 children: eligibility of, for SSI, 62; hospitalization of, 74, 75; increased role of primary care physicians in mental health treatment of, 109; increasing treatment and diagnosis rates among, 21 chlorpromazine, 29, 30, 115 civil rights, for mentally ill, 4, 107 178 Index civil rights movement, influence on therapy for schizophrenia, 32 Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act (CRIPA), 98 clinical psychology, growth of, 80 clinical trials, 44 Clinton health plan, 102 clomipramine, 37–38, 39 clozapine, 31 cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), 36, 37, 115 cognitive therapy, 36, 39–40 commitment, involuntary, 96–97 community-based treatment, 51–53, 91–92 community mental health centers, 93 Community Mental Health Centers Act of 1963, 81 Community Mental Health Centers (CMHC) program, 51, 59–60, 66, 78, 83 community support, 61–64 Community Support Program, 63–64 competency, 97 Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry (Freedman, Kaplan, and Kaplan), 26–27, 30, 31–32, 34, 35, 38–39, 40 consumer choice, 45 consumerism, 100–101, 103 cost-containment strategies, 67–68 counseling, 115 counseling profession, growth of, 81 county mental health hospitals, 72, 73–74 courts, role of, in making policy for mental health, 96–98 cross-cohort studies, 21–22 crowded apartments, 132 custodial services, 75–76 decentralization, rise of, xii, xiii deinstitutionalization, 50, 74, 77, 83, 84, 114, 123 Department of Housing and Urban Development , 100 depression: exnovation in treatments for, 36; history of medications for, 33–35; history of psychotherapy for, 35–36; ineffectiveness of treatment for, 3; prevalence of, across different generations, 21; primacy care treatment for, 35; related to gender, 13; shifting practice context, 35; time line of treatments for, 34; treatment advances for, 46. See also major depression Deutsch, Albert, 1 diagnosis, quality of, effect on prevalence of treatment rates, 155 n. 3 diagnosis-related group (DRG) prospective payment system, 75 Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders , 9, 17, 20, 37, 135 diffusion of technology, 27 disability, defined, 61, 62 Disability Benefits Reform Act, 63 Economics of Mental Illness (Fein), 49–50 efficacy advances, 27–28, 31, 43–44 egodystonic homosexuality, 152 n. 9 electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), 33–34, 36, 40, 115, 116 employer-sponsored health insurance, 53, 56–59 Epidemiologic Catchment Area (ECA), 10, 13–14, 17, 20, 110, 122 epidemiologic studies, factors measured, 22 EPS (extrapyramidal syndrome), 30 equal protection, 132–33 equal treatment, 132–33 Ewalt, Jack, 92, 93 exnovation, 27, 44; for ADHD, 43; for depression , 36; for OCD, 40; for schizophrenia, 32–33; sources of, 45 expanded financial protection, 120–21 exposure/response prevention (E/RP), 37, 39 exposure therapy, 39 Eysenck, Hans, 31, 35 federal agency for mental illness, proposed, xiv, 7, 145–48 federal mental health policy, 92 federal poverty line, 128 Fein, Rashi, 49–50 Felix, Robert...

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ISBN
9780801889103
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9780801884436
MARC Record
OCLC
213305472
Pages
208
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2012-01-01
Language
English
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No
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