- Praise for <i>Sleep Paralysis: Historical, Psychological, and Medical Perspectives</i>
- Chapter 1 What Are Sleep Paralysis and Isolated Sleep Paralysis?
- Chapter 2 Should Sleep Paralysis Be More Frequently Assessed in Research Studies and Clinical Practice?
- Chapter 3 The History of Sleep Paralysis in Folklore and Myth
- Chapter 4 Sleep Paralysis in Art and Literature
- Chapter 5 Early Medicine and the “Nightmare”
- Chapter 6 Sleep Paralysis
- Chapter 7 Prevalence of Sleep Paralysis
- Chapter 8 Sleep Paralysis and Medical Conditions
- Chapter 9 Sleep Paralysis and Psychopathology
- Chapter 10 Theories on the Etiology of Sleep Paralysis
- Chapter 11 Diagnostic Criteria, Diagnostic Issues, and Possible Subtypes of Sleep Paralysis
- Chapter 12 Review of Measures Used to Assess Sleep Paralysis
- Chapter 13 Differential Diagnosis of Sleep Paralysis
- Chapter 14 Folk Remedies for Sleep Paralysis
- Chapter 15 Psychosocial Approaches to the Treatment of Sleep Paralysis
- Chapter 16 Psychopharmacology for Sleep Paralysis
- Chapter 17 Conclusions and Future Directions
- Appendix A Terms for Sleep Paralysis
- Appendix B Fearful Isolated Sleep Paralysis Interview
- Appendix C A Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Manual for Recurrent Isolated Sleep Paralysis: CBT-ISP
- Appendix D An Adherence Measure for Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Isolated Sleep Paralysis
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