Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Mental Retardation, and Geriatric Psychiatry

  • Pierre Pichot
  • Peter Berner
  • R. Wolf
  • K. Thau

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

    1. Child Psychiatry

    2. Training in Child Psychiatry — Paediatric Neuropsychiatry

    3. Treatment in Child Psychiatry

      1. G. Robert DeLong, George W. Nieman
        Pages 79-82
      2. Kenneth L. Gordon
        Pages 83-87
      3. K. Toifl, F. Waldhauser, J. Spona
        Pages 89-93
    4. Psychopharmaca in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

    5. Social and Transcultural Child Psychiatry

      1. Kunihiko Asai
        Pages 103-108
      2. G. Graves, L. Alexander, G. Burrows, N. Carson, E. Chiu, R. Frieze et al.
        Pages 109-115
      3. Ian Berg, Alan Butler, Jackson Houston, Ralph McGuire
        Pages 123-125
      4. Chen-chin Hsu, Wei-tsuen Soong, Seng Shen, Shu-jane Su, Fang-wan Wei
        Pages 127-132
    6. The Immigrant Child in Canadian Society

      1. Joan Hart
        Pages 141-146
    7. Puerperal Mental Illness

  3. Mental Retardation

  4. Geriatric Psychiatry

    1. Dementia in Late Life

      1. A. Michael Davies
        Pages 253-261
      2. Donna Cohen, Gary Kennedy, Sandra Nehlsen-Cannarella, Mehendra Kumar, Carl Eisdorfer
        Pages 263-271
      3. J. E. Kugler, R. Spatz
        Pages 277-281
      4. Neal R. Cutler, Ranjan Duara, Cheryl L. Grady, Arthur D. Kay, James V. Haxby, Stanley I. Rapoport
        Pages 283-288
    2. Recent Advances in Psychophysiological Disorders of Old Age

      1. Charles M. Gaitz
        Pages 289-294

About this book


The purpose of the World Psychiatric Association is to coordinate the activities of its Member Societies on a world-wide scale and to advance enquiry into the etiology, pathology, and treatment of mental illness. To further this purpose, the Association organizes mono- or multithematic Regional Symposia in different parts of the world twice a year, and World Congresses dealing with all individual fields of psychiatry once every five or six years. Between these meetings the continuation of the Association's scientific work is assured through the activities of its specialty sections, each covering an important field of psychiatry. The programs of the World Congresses reflect on the one hand the intention to present the coordinating functions of the Association and on the other to open a broad platform for a free exchange of views. Thus, the VII World Congress of Psychiatry, held in Vienna from July 11 to 16, 1983, was composed of two types of scientific events - those structured by the Association and those left to the initiative of the participants. The first type comprised Plenary Sessions, planned by the Scientific Program Committee, and Section Symposia, organized by the WPA sections; the second embraced Free Symposia, free papers, video sessions, and poster presentations prepared by the participants. Altogether, 10 Plenary Sessions, 52 Section Symposia, and 105 Free Symposia took place, and 78 free papers and poster sessions and 10 video sessions were held.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Pierre Pichot
    • 1
  • Peter Berner
    • 2
  • R. Wolf
    • 2
  • K. Thau
    • 2
  1. 1.Académie de ParisUniversité René DescartesParisFrance
  2. 2.University of ViennaViennaAustria

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