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1: Definitions, classifications and epidemiology of intellectual disability (ID), Sally Ann Cooper
2: Clinical Assessment Including Bedside Diagnosis, Sabyasachi Bhaumik, Regi Alexander, Shweta Gangavati, Rohit Gumber, and Samuel Tromans
3: Intellectual disability - concepts, aetiology and genetics, Satish C. Girimaji, Salah Basheer, Asit Biswas, and Satheeshkumar Gangadharan
4: Children and Adolescents with Intellectual Disability, Tom Berney and Mark Lovell
5: Measuring outcomes including use of rating scales and instruments in people with intellectual disability, Peter Tyrer, Freya Tyrer, Marissa Hanney, and Stephen Tyrer
6: Types of mental disorders in people with intellectual disability, Sally Ann Cooper
7: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Mary Barrett and Traolach S. Brugha
8: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in people with intellectual disability, Kiriakos Xenitidis, Shazia Zahid, and Caryl Marshall
9: Dementia and other disorders associated with ageing in people with intellectual disability, Ande Strydom, Karen Dodd and Nwamaka Uchendu, and Suzanne Wilson
10: Schizophrenia and related psychoses in people with Intellectual Disability, Laura Humphries, Dasari Michael, and Angela Hassiotis
11: Depressive Disorders in People with Intellectual Disability, Samuel Tromans, Atiq Umar, Jennifer Torr, Regi Alexander, and Sabyasachi Bhaumik
12: Bipolar Affective Disorder in Intellectual Disability, Samuel Tromans, Ian Jones, Ignatius Gunaratna, Natalie Orr, and Sabyasachi Bhaumik
13: Anxiety and related disorders in people with Intellectual Disability, Sherva Cooray and Avinash Hiremath
14: The assessment and treatment of personality disorders in people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Regi Alexander, Verity Chester, and William R. Lindsay
15: Alcohol and Substance Misuse and People with Intellectual and / or Developmental Disabilities, Tobias Buxton, Verity Chester, Bijil Arackal, Divya Devulapally, and Yona Lunsky
16: Challenging behaviours in people with ID, Glynis H. Murphy and Peter McGill
17: Offending Behaviours in People with Intellectual Disabilities, John L. Taylor, William R. Lindsay, and John Devapriam
18: Psychological therapies with people who have intellectual disabilities, Peter E. Langdon, Tawakalitu Kehinde, and Georgina Parkes
19: Pharmacotherapy for Mental Illness and Behaviours that challenge in People with Intellectual Disabilities, David Branford, Reena Tharian, Regi Alexander, and Sabyasachi Bhaumik
20: Physical Health in people with Intellectual disabilities, Umesh Chauhan, Ken Courtenay, and Matthew Hoghton
21: Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Schizophrenia: Recent Developments, Kim Kendall, Jeremy Hall, and Mike Owen
22: Epilepsy in people with Intellectual Disability, Rohit Shankar and Matthew Walker
23: Behaviour Phenotypes, Anthony Holland
24: Visual and Hearing Impairments and their Impact on the Mental Health of Adults with Intellectual Disability, Reza Kiani and Sugato Bhaumik
25: Family Experiences of Psychiatric Services for their Relative with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Verity Chester, Neil James, Ian Rogers, Jackie Grace, and Regi Alexande
26: Current and Future Research Priorities in the Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability, Rupert Thurston, Samuel Tromans, Verity Chester, Sally-Ann Cooper, Andre Strydorm, Sabyasachi Bhaumik, and Dheeraj Rai
27: Models of service development and delivery for people with Intellectual Disability, Sujeet Jaydeokar, John Devapriam, Jane McCarthy, Chaya Kapugama, and Sabyasachi Bhaumik
28: Safeguarding and ethical practice for people with intellectual disability, Meera Roy, Ashok Roy, Priyanka Tharian, Ameeta Retzer

Intellectual Disability (ID) describes a lifelong condition of heterogeneous aetiology, associated with the impairment of intellectual functioning (IQ < 70), significant impairment of adaptive skills, and onset before the age of 18 years. People with ID experience significant physical and mental health problems like associated sensory/motor impairments and epilepsy, some of which are contributed to by underlying primary causes. Psychiatric problems are also three times more common in people with ID in comparison to the general population.
The psychiatry of ID is a core part of training to be a psychiatrist yet there are limited resources on this topic aimed at both trainees and practising clinicians alike. Oxford Textbook of the Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability bridges this gap by providing up-to-date evidence-based content on the assessment, diagnosis, and management of psychiatry in people with ID.
Featuring 28 chapters written by international experts in the field, the Oxford Textbook of the Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability presents fresh global insight and coverage of the subject. Chapters cover key topics from the developmental aspects of ID, mental disorders in childhood, and behaviour phenotypes, through to physical health, dementia and other disorders associated with ageing.
Each chapter provides trustworthy evidence and a wealth of practical advice for clinical situations, including case studies in community and hospital settings, and multiple choice questions for self-evaluation and consolidation of knowledge.

• The definitive text for all psychiatrists and trainees working with patients with intellectual disabilities
• Written by leading experts in the field
• Each chapter includes key points and further reading
• Sections on treatment provide an evidence-based approach with practical advice based on extensive clinical experience