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Muhammad and the rise of Islam: The creation of group identity

Inamdar, Subhash C
Madison CT : Psychosocial Press, 2001
Extent: xix, 266 p.
ISBN: n/a
CID: 644

Behavioral treatment of child-adolescent posttraumatic stress disorder

Chapter by: Saigh, Philip A; Yasik, Anastasia E; Oberfield, Richard A; Inamdar, Subhash C
in: Posttraumatic stress disorder: A comprehensive text by Saigh, Philip A; et al [Eds]
Boston : Allyn and Bacon, 1999
pp. 354-375
ISBN: 0205267343
CID: 3011

Imaginal flooding of traumatized children and adolescents

Saigh, Philip A; Yule, William; Inamdar, Subhash C
Considers the use of exposure-based interventions in the treatment of traumatized individuals and presents adaptations of O. H. Mowrer's (1939) classical 2-factor behavioral model and information processing theories to account for the etiology of PTSD and the therapeutic efficacy of imaginal flooding. Results of single-case and experimental posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) flooding studies with children and adolescents are reviewed. Adult studies are also reviewed because because comparatively fewer investigations have been conducted with traumatized youth. Clinical and ethical concerns in the use of exposure-based treatments are also discussed.
ISSN: 0022-4405
CID: 36155

The psychiatrically hospitalized adolescent as victim: Forensic psychiatric considerations

Chapter by: Inamdar, Subhash C
in: Juvenile psychiatry and the law by Rosner, Richard; Schwartz, Harold I [Eds]
New York : Plenum Press, 1989
pp. 319-331
ISBN: 0306429586
CID: 3012

Multivariate analyses of the EEG in normal adolescents

Volkow, N D; Gomez-Mont, F; Inamdar, S; Lamella, M; Prichep, L; John, R
We investigated the computerized electroencephalography (cEEG) in a group of 85 normal adolescents. The spatial frequency of the cEEG was analyzed using various multivariate statistical techniques. The factor analyses revealed three factors that accounted for most of the variability in the data and that could be interpreted as a low versus high frequency, a beta frequency, and a frontal versus posterior factor. The cluster analysis revealed various EEG patterns that distinguished among subgroups of normal individuals
PMID: 3814670
ISSN: 0006-3223
CID: 68595

Trends in violence among psychiatrically hospitalized adolescents: 1969 and 1979 compared

Inamdar SC; Darrell E; Brown A; Lewis DO
PMID: 3760421
ISSN: 0002-7138
CID: 19882

A suicide by self-immolation--psychosocial perspectives

Inamdar SC; Oberfield RA; Darrell EB
PMID: 6853071
ISSN: 0020-7640
CID: 19883

Violent and suicidal behavior in psychotic adolescents

Inamdar SC; Lewis DO; Siomopoulos G; Shanok SS; Lamela M
PMID: 7091413
ISSN: 0002-953x
CID: 19884

Effect of minor tranquillisers on experimentally induced acute gastric ulceration

Manekar MS; Inamdar SC; Waghmare ML
PMID: 37157
ISSN: 0971-5916
CID: 19885

Phenomenology associated with depressed moods in adolescents

Inamdar SC; Siomopoulos G; Osborn M; Bianchi EC
The authors studied phenomenology associated with depressed moods in 30 adolescents within a semi-structured interview format using defined symptom items. The results suggest that while there is some symptomatic similarity between adolescent depression and depression in adults, there are many differences that warrant more cautious comparison and further study
PMID: 760543
ISSN: 0002-953x
CID: 19886