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Neurobiological and Clinical Consequences of Stress: 
From Normal Adaptation to PTSD

by Matthew J. Friedman (Editor), Dennis S. Charney, Ariel Y. Deutch (Editor)

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Neurobiological and Clinical Consequences of Stress: 
From Normal Adaptation to PTSD

by Matthew J. Friedman (Editor), Dennis S. Charney, Ariel Y. Deutch (Editor)

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This book reviews the entire spectrum of neurobiological stress responses from normal to pathological reactions. The volume is divided into five sections, each of which is preceded by a brief overview: from molecules to behavior--stress in laboratory animals; models of the impact of stress of brain function; adaptive and maladaptive responses to stress in humans; clinical issues (i.e., diagnosis and treatment of PTSD); and summary, including speculation on the significance and implications of the work presented for future research and treatment. Heavily referenced. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

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This groundbreaking volume is the most thorough and up-to-date exploration of the laboratory, clinical, and theoretical aspects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and related stress disorders ever published. The book reviews the entire spectrum of stress responses--from normal to pathological reactions--and brings together the very latest results from basic and clinical research. It provides for the first time critical, authoritative information that will help in the diagnosis and treatment of PTSD.This comprehensive volume provides an invaluable historical and conceptual framework by which to understand post-traumatic stress disorder, emphasizing throughout the homology between the normal stress response and the pathophysiology of PTSD. The book is divided into four major sections that logically progress from basic neurobiological research on stress to neurobiological models of stress and PTSD to specific research on PTSD and clinical issues regarding diagnosis and treatment.

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Dartmouth University, Hanover, New Hampshire. Basic and clinical research on stress at the biological and psychological levels, for researchers in post-traumatic stress disorder, and clinicians treating it. 64 U.S. contributors. DNLM: Stress, Psychological - physiopathology.

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