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245 00 Health anxiety :|bclinical and research perspectives on 
       hypochondriasis and related conditions /|cedited by Gordon
       J.G. Asmundson, Steven Taylor, Brian J. Cox. 
263    0106. 
264  1 New York :|bWiley,|c2001. 
300    xx, 418 pages ;|c23 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Wiley series in clinical psychology. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
505 00 |gPart I|tClinical Features and Theoretical Perspectives -
       -|gChapter 1|tHealth Anxiety: Classification and Clinical 
       Features / |rGordon J.G. Asmundson, Steven Taylor, Serperi
       Sevgur, Brian J. Cox|g3 --|gChapter 2|tPsychology of 
       Physical Symptoms and Illness Behavior / |rRene Martin, 
       Katherine Lemos, Howard Leventhal|g22 --|gChapter 3
       |tMaking Sense of Hypochondriasis: A Cognitive Theory of 
       Health Anxiety / |rPaul M. Salkovskis, Hillary M.C. 
       Warwick|g46 --|gChapter 4|tPersonality Traits and Health 
       Anxiety / |rErin B. McClure, Scott O. Lilienfeld|g65 --
       |gPart II|tAssessment and Treatment --|gChapter 5
       |tAssessment of Health Anxiety / |rSherry H. Stewart, 
       Margo C. Watt|g95 --|gChapter 6|tHypochondriasis: 
       Boundaries and Comorbidities / |rRussell Noyes|g132 --
       |gChapter 7|tIntegrated Approach to Cognitive-Behavioral 
       Therapy for Intense Illness Worries / |rPatricia Furer, 
       John R. Walker, Mark H. Freeston|g161 --|gChapter 8
       |tPharmacological Management of Hypochondriasis and 
       Related Disorders / |rMurray W. Enns, Kevin Kjernisted, 
       Mark Lander|g193 --|gChapter 9|tGeneral and Cross-Cultural
       Considerations in a Medical Setting for Patients 
       Presenting with Medically Unexplained Symptoms / |rJavier 
       I. Escobar, Lesley A. Allen, Constanza Hoyos Nervi, 
       Michael A. Gara|g220 --|gChapter 10|tHypochondriasis and 
       Health Anxiety in the Elderly / |rAllison G. Snyder, 
       Melinda A. Stanley|g246 --|gPart III|tRelated Conditions -
       -|gChapter 11|tHeart-focused Anxiety in Medical and 
       Anxiety-related Psychological Conditions / |rGeorg H. 
       Eifert, Michael J. Zvolensky, Carl W. Lejuez|g277 --
       |gChapter 12|tHypochondriasis and Health Anxiety among 
       Pain Patients / |rHeather D. Hadjistavropoulos, Katherine 
       M.B. Owens, Thomas Hadjistavropoulos, Gordon J.G. 
       Asmundson|g298 --|gChapter 13|tPsychotic Disorders with 
       Hypochondriacal Features: Delusions of the Soma / |rDavid 
       Kingdon, Shanaya Rathod, Douglas Turkington|g324 --
       |gChapter 14|tDeath Anxiety / |rRobert J. Kastenbaum|g338 
       --|gPart IV|tConclusions and Future Directions --|gChapter
       15|tFuture Directions and Challenges in Assessment, 
       Treatment, and Investigation / |rGordon J.G. Asmundson, 
       Steven Taylor, Kristi D. Wright, Brian J. Cox|g365. 
520    Recent years have seen major advances in the understanding
       and treatment of health anxiety and hypochondriasis, 
       particulary in relation to the cognitive behavioural 
       approach to anxiety. This volume brings together this 
       knowledge of psychological and pharmacological treatments 
       of health anxiety, and relates it to a conceptual 
       framework which provides a basis for assessment, treatment
       and ongoing research. 
520 80 ""Asmundson, Taylor and Cox have assembled a group of 
       world class scientists and practitioners for this book. 
       The chapters provide a wealth of information on the causes,
       assessment and treatment of health anxiety related 
       disorders. I believe that their book is the most 
       significant contribution to date to our understanding of 
       health anxiety related disorders. Everyone working in the 
       health field will find something of worth in this book."  
       G. Ron Norton, Ph.D, Professor Emeritus, University of 
       Winnipeg, Canada 
650  0 Hypochondria.|0
700 1  Taylor, Steven,|d1960-|0
700 1  Asmundson, Gordon J. G.|0
700 1  Cox, Brian J.|0
830  0 Wiley series in clinical psychology.|0
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