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date: 08 December 2021

  1. Part I Depression

    1. 1.1 Symptoms of Depressive Disorders [link]

    2. 1.2 Comparison of Major Depressive Disorder and Dysthymic Disorder [link]

    3. 1.3 Lifetime and Annual Prevalence/100 (SE) and Incidence Rate per 100 of Bipolar I Disorder in Five U.S. Sites [link]

    4. 1.4 Lifetime Prevalence/100 (SE) Bipolar I Disorder in Cross-National Sample Lifetime Prevalence/100 (SE) [link]

    5. 1.5 Prevalence Rates/100 of Bipolar Disorder from Studies in Children and Adolescents [link]

    6. 1.6 Genomic Regions Associated with High Heritable Risk for Affective Disorders [link]

    7. 2.1 Results of Cognitive Behavior Therapy Conducted in Clinical Samples(% Improved) [link]

    8. 2.2 Results of Cognitive Behavior Therapy Conducted in Diagnosed Samples (% Improved within Samples) [link]

    9. 2.3 Selected Monotherapy Studies in Treatment of Adolescent Depression [link]

    10. 2.4 Selected Monotherapy Studies in Treatment of Pediatric Bipolarity [link]

  2. Part II Schizophrenia

    1. 5.1 Prodromal Features in First-Episode Psychosis Frequently Described in Adolescent Patients [link]

    2. 5.2 Information-Processing Tasks in Child and Adolescent and Adult-Onset Schizophrenia: Summary of Evoked Potential Studies [link]

    3. 6.1 Studies of Acute Treatment in Prodromal Stages of Schizophrenia [link]

    4. 6.2 Studies of Acute Treatment in First-Episode Schizophrenia [link]

    5. 6.3 Studies of Maintenance Treatment in First Episode Schizophrenia [link]

    6. 7.1 Developmental Precursors of Schizophrenia Identified by Means of Three Different Research Strategies [link]

  3. Part III Anxiety Disorders

    1. 9.1 Signs and Symptoms of Adolescent Anxiety Disorders [link]

    2. 9.2 Summary of Comorbidity from Pediatric Samples [link]

    3. 9.3 Genetics of Anxiety Disorders: Result of Meta-Analysis of Studies of Adults [link]

    4. 10.1 Summary of Literature on Pediatric Treatment Outcome of Anxiety Disorder [link]

    5. 10.2 Recommendations for Acute Treatment Strategies [link]

    6. 11.1 Who May Be at Risk? [link]

  4. Part IV Eating Disorders

    1. 13.1 DSM-IV Diagnostic Criteria for Anorexia Nervosa [link]

    2. 13.2 DSM-IV Diagnostic Criteria for Bulimia Nervosa [link]

    3. 13.3 Two-stage Studies of Prevalence of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa in Community Samples of Adolescents [link]

    4. 13.4 Interview-based Studies of Prevalence of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa in Community Samples of Adolescents [link]

    5. 13.5 Signs and Symptoms in Adolescence [link]

    6. 15.1 Risk Factors for Anorexia Nervosa [link]

  5. Part V Substance Use Disorders

    1. 17.1 How Many Have Ever Received Drug Treatment or Counseling?: Cumulative Proportion (%) Estimated for Each Year, 1988–2001 [link]

    2. 17.2 How Many Received Drug Treatment or Counseling Each Year?: Prevalence Proportion (%) Estimated for Each Year, 1988–2001 [link]

    3. 17.3 Opioid Pain Relievers [link]

    4. 17.4 Signs and Symptoms of Heroin Intoxication and Withdrawal [link]

    5. 17.5 Signs and Symptoms of Cocaine Intoxication and Withdrawal [link]

    6. 17.6 Signs and Symptoms of Alcohol Intoxication and Withdrawal [link]

    7. 19.1 Who is at High Risk? [link]

    8. 19.2 Reviews of Particular Evidence-Based Interventions [link]

  6. Part VI Youth Suicide

    1. 21.1 Factors Associated with Risk for Suicidal Behavior in Adolescents [link]

    2. 22.1 Suicide Education Programs [link]

    3. 22.2 Gatekeeper Training Programs [link]

    4. 22.3 Screening Programs [link]

    5. 23.1 Firearms Restriction Programs [link]

    6. 24.1 Emergency Department Programs [link]

    7. 24.2 Psychotherapeutic Interventions [link]

  7. Part VII Positive Perspective

    1. 26.1 Model Youth Development Programs [link]

    2. 26.2 Reviews of Empirical Studies of Youth Development Programs [link]

  8. Part VIII Summary of Conclusions, Recommendations, Priorities

    1. 27.1 Percentage of Respondents Who Said That Three Characteristics Are More, Less, or About as Likely in a Peer with a Mental Disorder as in Other Persons Without the Disorder [link]

    2. 27.2 Perceptions of Efficacy of Sources of Help for Depression by Those With or Without Symptoms Associated with Depression [link]

    3. 27.3 Descriptive Statistics for Help Seeking-Dependent Variables Predicted by Stigma, Expectations of Positive Help by Source, and Demographic Data [link]

    4. 27.4 Results of Probit Regressions Predicting Four Help-Seeking Outcomes [link]

    5. 30.1 Sample Composition in Comparison to National Population Characteristics (N=727) [link]

    6. 30.2 Physician Responsibilities in Regard to Mental Health Topics [link]

    7. 30.3 Frequency of Asking Questions of Various Mental Health Topics During Physical Exams in the Past Year [link]

    8. 30.4 Ability to Identify Various Mental Health Problems in Adolescents [link]

    9. 30.5 Reported Method of Screening [link]

    10. 30.6 Reported Likelihood of Talking to Parents About Adolescents Exhibiting Various Symptoms [link]

    11. 30.7 Reported Likelihood of Referral to a Mental Health Professional for Further Diagnostic Tests and/or Counseling [link]

    12. 30.8 Reported Likelihood of Personally Counseling or Treating the Adolescent [link]

    13. 30.9 Estimated Prevalence of Six Disorders in Annual Patient Load and Differences Attributable to Provider Characteristics (p < .05) [link]

    14. 30.10 Mean Estimated Rates of Referral for Treatment of Six Mental Health Problems in Past Year and Differences Attributable to Provider Characteristics (p < .05) [link]

    15. 31.1 Sample Composition (N=1402) [link]

    16. 31.2 Sampled Professionals by Title and Demographic Characteristics (N=1402) [link]

    17. 31.3 Problems Reported by School Professionals [link]

    18. 31.4 Reported Availability of Services [link]

    19. 31.5 Health Resources by Region of the Country [link]

    20. 31.6 Self-Described Job Responsibilities by Job Title (% Great to Moderate Extent) [link]

    21. 31.7 Likely Course of Action in Treating a Student with a Common Mental Condition: Refer to Another Professional or Treat (% Very Likely) [link]

    22. 31.8 Perceived Success of Staff in Identifying Students with a Mental Health Condition (if Responsible for This Activity) [link]

    23. 31.9 Perceived Source of Identification of Students Needing Attention for a Mental Health Condition [link]

    24. 31.10 Distributions of Response to Program Effectiveness Questions [link]

    25. 31.11 Regression Analysis of Three School Program Outcomes as a Function of Program Characteristics (Significant Standardized Coefficients) [link]