Much of clinical psychology relies upon cognitive behavior therapy to treat clinical disorders via attempting to change thinking and feeling in order to change behavior. Functional approaches differ in that they focus on context and the environmental influence on behavior, thoughts, and feelings. This second edition of Functional Analysis in Clinical Treatment updates the material in keeping with DSM-5 and ICD-10 and provides 40% new information, including updated literature reviews, greater detail in the functional analysis/assessment sections of each chapter, two new chapters on autism spectrum disorders and chronic health problems, and examples of worked assessments, such as interview transcripts, ABC charts, and observational data.
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1. Structural and functional approaches to psychopathology and case formulation Peter Sturmey, John Ward-Horner and Erica Doran 2. Operant and respondent behavior Peter Sturmey, John Ward-Horner and Erica Doran 3. Advanced concepts and methods of intervention in behavioral approaches to psychopathology Peter Sturmey, Erica Doran and John Ward-Horner 4. Functional analysis methodology in developmental disabilities Nienke Peters-Scheffer and Robert Didden 5. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder Nancy A. Neef, Christopher J. Perrin and John Northup 6. The adaptive nature of coercive interactions between parents and their children with defiant Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: implications for treatment Jeffrey S. Danforth and James W. Diller 7. Function-based assessment and treatment of pediatric feeding disorders Cathleen C. Piazza, Vivian F. Iban~ez, Caitlin A. Kirkwood, Jaime G. Crowley and Sarah D. Haney 8. Tic disorders and trichotillomania Raymond G. Miltenberger, Jordan T. Stiede, Douglas W. Woods and Michael B. Himle 9. Encopresis and enuresis Marianne L. Jackson, W. Larry Williams, Sharlet D. Rafacz and Patrick C. Friman 10. Stereotypic movement disorder Craig H. Kennedy and Michael E. May 11. A contextual model of care for persons with dementia Adrienne K. Chong, Ali Molaie and Jane E. Fisher 12. Brain injury Mark R. Dixon, Jessica M. Hinman and Holly L. Bihler 13. A behavioral approach to the treatment of substance use disorders Sarah H. Heil, Catalina N. Rey, Danielle R. Davis and Stephen T. Higgins 14. Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders David A. Wilder, Stephen E. Wong, Ansley C. Hodges and Hallie M. Ertel 15. Major depressive disorder Alexandra L. Rose, Derek R. Hopko, Carl W. Lejuez and Jessica F. Magidson 16. The fear factor: A functional perspective on anxiety Patrick C. Friman and Simon Dymond 17. Sexual disorders Joseph J. Plaud 18. Eating disorders Ata Ghaderi 19. Personality disorders Rhonda Merwin, Purdence Cuper, Thomas Lynch and Kibby McMahon 20. Impulse-control disorders Mark R. Dixon, Jessica M. Hinman and Taylor E. Johnson 21. A behavioral approach to the treatment of chronic illnesses Bethany R. Raiff, Connor Burrows, Jessica Nastasi, Caitlyn Upton and Matthew Dwyer 22. Functional analysis in clinical treatment: 10 years of progress, current status, and future directions Peter Sturmey
Peter Sturmey, Ph.D. is Professor of Psychology at Queens College and the Graduate Center, City University New York. He has published over 100 peer reviewed articles, numerous book chapters. He is on the editorial board of several journals, including Research in Developmental Disabilities and Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders.His main research interests are developmental disabilities and applied behavior analysis.