- 1 Phenomenology of Tics and Sensory Urges: The Self Under Siege
- 2 The Phenomenology of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Tourette Syndrome
- 3 The Phenomenology of Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms in Tourette Syndrome
- 4 Other Psychiatric Comorbidities in Tourette Syndrome
- 5 Clinical Course and Adult Outcome in Tourette Syndrome
- 6 The Prevalence of Tourette Syndrome and its Relationship to Clinical Features
- 7 Genetic Susceptibility in Tourette Syndrome
- 8 Perinatal Adversities and Tourette Syndrome
- 9 Infections and Tic Disorders
- 10 Cellular and Molecular Pathology in Tourette Syndrome
- 11 Electrophysiology in Tourette Syndrome
- 12 Neurobiology and Functional Anatomy of Tic Disorders
- 13 The Neurochemistry of Tourette Syndrome
- 14 Immunity and Stress Response in Tourette Syndrome
- 15 Animal Models of Tics
- 16 Whither the Relationship Between Etiology and Phenotype in Tourette Syndrome?
- 17 The Differential Diagnosis of Tic Disorders
- 18 Comprehensive Assessment Strategies
- 19 Clinical Rating Instruments in Tourette Syndrome
- 20 Neuropsychological Assessment in Tourette Syndrome
- 21 Social and Adaptive Functioning in Tourette Syndrome
- 22 Psychoeducational Interventions: What Every Parent and Family Member Needs to Know
- 23 Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Tics
- 24 Pharmacological Treatment of Tics
- 25 Treatment of Psychiatric Comorbidities in Tourette Syndromes
- 26 Surgical Treatment of Tourette Syndrome
- 27 Alternative Treatments in Tourette Syndrome
- <b>28</b> Information and Social Support for Patients and Families
- 29 Information and Support for Educators
- 30 Tourette Syndrome Support Organizations Around the World
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Mary M. Robertson
and Valsamma Eapen
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