1. The Nature of Anxiety: Anxiety, Depression, and Emotional Disorders, Barlow
2. The Nature of Normal and Pathological Worry, Borkovec, Shadick, and Hopkins
3. The Biology of Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Chronic Anxiety, Cowley and Roy-Byrne
4. Psychological Factors Involved in Generalized Anxiety, Rapee
5. The Diagnosis of Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Development, Current Status, and Future Directions, Barlow and Di Nardo
6. Chronic Anxiety and Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Issues in Comorbidity, Sanderson and Wetzler
7. Mixed Anxiety-Depression: A New Diagnostic Category?, Zinbarg and Barlow
8. The Relation of Generalized Anxiety Disorder to Depression in General and Dysthymic Disorder in Particular, Riskind, Hohmann, Beck, and Stewart
9. Pharmacotherapy of Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Schweizer and Rickels
10. Developing Psychological Treatments for Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Butler and Booth
Ronald M. Rapee, Ph.D., is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Behavioural Sciences, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia and is Co-Coordinator of the clinical training program. Prior to his current position, he was Assistant Director of the Phobia and Anxiety Disorders Clinic at SUNY-Albany. He has published more than 80 papers and book chapters and four books, mostly in the area of anxiety and anxiety disorders, and has presented numerous conference papers and workshops on stress and anxiety. Dr. Rapee is a member of the Generalized Anxiety Disorder subcommittee for the DSM-IV. His current research interests are primarily in the areas of social fears, basic models of anxiety, and children's anxiety. Dr. Rapee has received an Early Career Award from the Australian Psychological Society and is on a number of journal editorial boards. He is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and maintains a private practice.
"Drs. Rapee and Barlow have contributed immeasurably in the past to both scientific and clinical understanding of anxiety disorders. Once again in this book they have successfully brought together many disciplines and points of view to present a cohesive, illuminating, and important description of chronic anxiety. The book is eminently readable and informative and will appeal both to specialists in the field of anxiety disorder research as well as to clinicians and patients with anxiety disorder who want to understand the most current recommendations for treatment."--Jack M. Gorman, M.D.
College of Physicians & Surgeons of Columbia University
"Barlow and Rapee have edited an outstanding comprehensive text on the subject of Generalized Anxiety Disorders. This relatively neglected orphan of DSM III Anxiety Disorders is in need of a focused academic research effort, similar to that undertaken over the past decade for panic disorder. [This book] provides the foundation upon which such an effort could be based. The list of contributing authors includes the key clinical researchers in this field. The topics covered provide a comprehensive view of the current state of psychological and biological knowledge...."--Katherine Shear, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Cornell University, Director of Anxiety Disorders Clinic, N.Y. Hospital, Payne-Whitney Clinic