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Oxford Textbook of Suicidology and Suicide Prevention

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167,99 159,59

Autor: Wasserman, D
Editor: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Edición: 2
Páginas: 792
Año edición: 2021
SKU: 9780198834441 Categoría:

Part I: Suicide in a Religious and Cross-cultural Perspective
1:Religion, more than just protective, Camilla Wasserman
2:The role of religion in suicide prevention, Herman M van Praag
3:Confucianism, Taosim, and suicide, Wu Fei
4:Hindu religion and suicide in India, Lakshmi Vijayakumar
5:A Buddhist perspective on suicide, Somparn Promta and Prakarn Thomyangkoon
6:The Shinto religion and suicide in Japan, Yoshihiro Kaneko, Akiko Yamasaki, and Kiminori Arai
7:Suicide in the Jewish scriptures, Aaron Rabinowitz and Israel Orbach
8: Suicide and Islam, Ahmed Okasha and Tarek Okasha
9:Christianity and suicide, Øivind Ekeberg and Nils Retterstøl
10:The role of religion in suicide prevention work in Uganda, Emilio Ovuga and Jed Boardman
11:Maya religion and traditions: Inauencing suicide prevention in contemporary Yucatan, Mexico, Gaspar Baquedano
Part 2: The Magnitude and Implication of Suicide and Attempted Suicide
12:Development of definitions of suicidal behaviours: from suicidal thoughts to completed suicides, José M Bertolote and Danuta Wasserman
13:A global perspective on suicides and suicide attempters, Alexandra Fleischmann and Elise Paul
14:Attempted Suicide, Emma Björkenstam, Ellenor Mittendorfer-Rutz, and Armin Schmidtke
15:International perspective on non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI), Romuald Brunner, Kathrin Mikan, Maximilian Niebler, and Stephanie Kandsperger
16:Extended suicide, David Lester
17:Physician Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia in the Netherlands and Oregon: A Medical and Psychological Perspective, Herbert Hendin, Kathleen Foley and Josephine Hendin
18:Legislation and ethics of physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia in psychiatric patients: evidence from Benelux, Philippe Courtet and Emilie Olié
Part 3: Theories of Suicidal Behaviour
19:Social theories of suicide, Ilkka Henrik Mäkinen and Yerko Rojas
20:Psychoanalytic theories of suicide: historical overview and empirical evidence, Elsa Ronningstam, Igor Weinberg, and John T. Maltsberger
21:Psychological theories of suicidal behaviour, David Rudd and Andrea Perez Munoz
22:Biological theories of suicidal behaviour, Gustavo Turecki
23:Neurobiology and the genetics of suicide, Danuta Wasserman, Jerzy Wasserman, Dan Rujescu, and Marcus Sokolowski
Part 4: Political, Social and Economic Determinants of Suicide
24:Suicide during transition in the Former Soviet Union, Airi Värnik and Peeter Värnik
25:Suicide during war and genocides, David Lester
26:Suicide in military settings, Vsevolod Rozanov
27:Suicide in prisons and remand centres: Risk factors and prevention, Marco Sarchiapone and Miriam Iosue
28:Suicide among migrants, Adam Montgomery and Dinesh Bhugra
29:Suicide and attempted suicide among indigenous people, Jennifer Hughes and Gergö Hadlaczky
30:Labour market, work environment and suicide, Ilkka Henrik Mäkinen, Yerko Rojas and Danuta Wasserman
Part 5: Psychiatric and Somatic Determinants of Suicide
31:Mood and anxiety disorders in suicide and suicide at-tempters, Jouko Lonnqvist
32:Post-traumatic stress disorder and risk for suicide in combat veterans, Herbert Hendin
33:Alcohol, other psychoactive substance use disorders, and suicide, Tine Maes and Geert Dom
34:Suicide among people with psychosis in schizophrenia spectrum epidemiology and prevention, Merete Nordentoft and Trine Madsen
35:Suicidal behaviour and bipolar disorder: risk and resilience factors, Maj Vinberg and Merete Nordentoft
36:Suicidal behaviour and non-suicidal self-injury among patients with eating disorders, Judit Balazs and Lili Olga Horvath
37:Adjustment disorder and suicide in adult and youth population, Mira Levis Frenk and Alan Apter
38:Risk for suicidal behaviour in personality disorders, Barbara Stanley, Raksha Kandlur, and Jennifer Jones
Part 6: Somatic and gender Determinants of Suicide
39:Somatic diseases and suicidal behaviour, Elsebeth Stenager, Egon Stenager and Annette Erlangsen
40:Women and suicidal behaviour: New directions in theory, research and prevention, Silvia Sara Canetto
41:Suicide in men: Suicide prevention for the male person, Wolfgang Rutz and Zoltan Rihmer
42:Sexual and gender minority populations and suicidal behaviours, Helen Keeley, Fiachra O Suilleabhain and Marie Leane
Part 7: Suicide Risk Assessment
43:Decision making and biases in suicide risk assessment, Gergö Hadlaczky
Psychometric Measures
44:Scales for the evaluation of suicide risk, Hilario Blasco Fontecilla and José de León
Clinical Measures
45:The role of the clinical interview in suicide risk assessment, Mark Schechter and John T. Maltsberger
46:Recognizing a suicide crisis in psychiatric patients, Herbert Hendin
Biological Measures
47:Biological predictors of suicidal behaviour in mood disorders, J. John Mann and Dianne Currier
48:Neuroimaging of Suicidal Behaviour: A Decade of Progress, Katherin Sudol and Maria A Oquendo
Part 8: Cost of Suicide and Prevention Strategies
49:An economic perspective on suicide across the five continents, David McDaid, Brendan Kennelly, Susan Andrie, and Brendan McElroy
50:Strategies in suicide prevention, Danuta Wasserman
Part 9: Health Care Strategies
Early Detection
51:Early detection of risk-taking, self-harming, and suicidal behaviour, Corinna Reichl and Michael Kaess
52:Early detection and management of suicidal patients in primary care, Zoltán Rihmer and Wolfgang Rutz
53:Crisis hotlines, Emily Halford, Alison M. Lake, and Madelyn S. Gould
Treatment
54:Pharmacological and other biological treatments of suicidal individuals, Hans-Jurgen Moller
55:Countertransference in the treatment of suicidal patients, Mark J. Goldblatt and John T. Maltsberger
56:The psychological and behavioural treatment of suicidal behaviour: what are the common elements of treatments that worka
57:Dialectical behaviour therapy for suicidal individuals, Beth S. Brodsky, Barbara Stanley, and Ilana Gratch
58:Cognitive and Other Therapies for Suicidal Individuals, Megan Chesin and Barbara Stanley
59:Online treatment programmes for suicidal persons: Current evidence and future directions, Björn Meyer
60:Treatment of suicide attempts and suicidal patients in psychiatric care, Lars Mehlum
61:Prevention of suicide following psychiatric hospitalization, Natalie B. Riblet and Brian Shiner
62:Family psycho-education after a suicide attempt, Karolina Krysinska and Karl Andriessen
63:Art in suicide treatment and prevention, Thomas Bronisch and Flora von Spreti
Part 10: Survivors of Suicide Loss
64:Suicide loss: Characteristics and support for people bereaved by suicide, Karl Andriessen and Karolina Krysinska
65:Therapists as survivors of suicide loss, Onja T. Grad
Part 11: Young People and Suicide
66:Psychopathology and risk factors for suicide in the young, Maya Iohan-Barak and Israel Orbach
67:Psychiatric disorders in suicide and suicide attempters, Mira Levis Frenk, Cendrine Bursztein, and Alan Apter
68:The link between physical disorders and suicidality in children and adolescents, Gil Zalsman, Gal Shoval and Nir Lubad
69:Effective treatments for suicidal youth: Psychosocial and pharmacological approaches, David Brent
70:Individual therapy techniques with suicidal adolescents, Anthony Spirito, Christianne Esposito-Smythers, and Shayna Cheek
Part 12: Elderly People and Suicide
71:Suicidal older people in clinical and community settings : Risk factors, treatment and suicide prevention, Diego De Leo, Brian Draper, and Karolina Krysinska
Part 13: Public Health Strategies
Awareness and Education
72:Suicide prevention by education and the moulding of attitudes, David Titelman and Danuta Wasserman
73:Universal suicide prevention in schools, Camilla Wasserman and Vladimir Carli
74:Multilevel approaches in adult suicide prevention, Ulrich Hegerl, Ines Heinz, and Julian Hug
75:Mass-media and suicide prevention, Michael Westerlund and Thomas Niederkrotenthaler
76:The role of the Internet in suicide prevention from the public health perspective, Michael Westerlund and Karolina Krysinska
77:Representations of suicide in cinema, Gérard Camy
Controlling the access to means of suicide
78:The role of restricting access to potentially lethal medication in suicide prevention, Cyril Hoschl and Pavla ?ermáková
79:Restrictions of access to pesticides in suicide prevention, Michael R. Phillips and David Gunnell
80:Gun availability and gun control in suicide prevention, Thomas Reisch
81:Prevention of metropolitan and railway suicide, Karl-Heinz Ladwig, Natalia Erazo, and Karoline Lukaschek
82:Protecting bridges in suicide prevention, Vladimir Carli and Miriam Iosue
83:Prevention of suicide by jumping: experiences from Taipei City (Taiwan), Hong Kong and Singapore, Paul Yip, Yingqi Guo, Lynn Tang, and Ying-Yeh Chen
84: Prevention of suicide due to charcoal burning, Ying-Yeh Chen, Jacky Wong, and Paul Yip
85:Restriction of alcohol in suicide prevention, Gergö Hadlaczky and Danuta Wasserman
Part 14: Worldwide networking in Suicide Research and Prevention
86:The World Health Organization s role in suicide prevention, Dévora Kestel and Alexandra Fleischmann
87:The World Psychiatric Association Section of Suicidology, Vladimir Carli, Danuta Wasserman, and Jean Pierre Kahn
88:The European Psychiatric Association Section on Suicidology and Suicide Prevention, Marco Sarchiapone, Jorge Lopez Castroman, and Carla Gramaglia
89:European College of Neuropsychopharmacology network on studies of suicide and suicide prevention, Danuta Wasserman and Vladimir Carli
90:The International Academy of Suicide Research, Danuta Wasserman and J. John Mann
91:The International Association for Suicide Prevention, Lars Mehlum and Ella Arensman
92:The American Association of Suicidology, Amy J. Kulp and Julie Cerel
93:The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Robert Gebbia and Christine Moutier
94:Suicide Prevention International, Herbert Hendin
95:The role of volunteer organizations in suicide prevention, Karl Andriessen

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