Hallett, M., Fahn, S., Jankovic, J., Lang, C.R., Cloninger, C.R., and Yudofsky, S.C. (Eds.).(2006). Psychogenic movement disorders: Neurology and neuropsychiatry. Philadelphia,PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

353pp; 37 chapters in 6 sections. 1. History. 2. Phenomenology: neurology. 3. Phenomenology: psychiatry. 4. Pathophysiology. 5. Diagnostic techniques. 6. Treatment

Barry, J.J. . Hypnosis and psychogenic movement disorders. pp.241-248.

Bass, C. . Rehabilitation in patients with psychogenic movement disorders. pp.311-318.

Brown, P. . Clinical neurophysiology of myoclonus. pp.262-264.

Brown, R.J. . Dissociation and conversion in psychogenic illness. pp.131-143.

Cloninger, C.R. . The role of personality in psychogenic movement disorders.pp.122-130.

Deuschl, G., Raethjen, J., Kopper, F., & Govindan, R.B. . The diagnosis and physiology of psychogenic tremor. pp.265-273.

Fahn, S. (2006a). Role of anesthesia in the diagnosis and treatment of psychogenic movement disorders. pp.256-261.

Fahn, S. (2006b). The history of psychogenic movement disorders. pp.24-31.

Fink, G.R., Halligan, P.W., & Marshall, J.C. . Neuroimaging in hysteria. pp.230-237.

Goetz, C.G. . Charcot and psychogenic movement disorders. pp.3-13.

Hallett, M. . Voluntary and involuntary movements in humans. pp.189-195.

Jankovic, J., Cloninger, C.R., Fahn, S., Hallett, M., Lang, A.E., & Williams, D.T. . Therapeutic approaches to psychogenic movement disorders. pp.323-328.

Jankovic, J., & Thomas, M. . Psychogenic tremor and shaking. pp.42-47.

Kapfhammer, H.-P., & Rothenhäusler, H.-B. . Malingering/Munchausen: Factitious and somatoform disorders in neurology and clinical medicine. pp.154-162.

Lang, A.E. . General overview of psychogenic movement disorders: Epidemiology, diagnosis, and prognosis. pp.35-41.

Lesser, R.P. . Treatment and outcome of psychogenic nonepileptic seizures. pp.82-87.

Morgan, J.C., & Sethi, K.D. . Psychogenic parkinsonism. pp.62-68.

Morris, J.G., de Moore, G., M., & Herberstein, M. . Psychogenic gait: An example of deceptive signaling. pp.69-75.

Ovsiew, F. . An overview of the psychiatric approach to conversion disorder. pp.115-121.

Palmer, I.P. . Military and mass hysteria. pp.20-23.

Rosebush, P., & Mazurek, M.F. . Treatment of conversion disorder. pp.289-301.

Schiffer, R.B. . Anxiety disorders and abnormal movements: A darkly interface. pp.144-147.

Schneider, S.A., & Bhatia, K.P. . The sodium amytal and benzodiazepine interview and its possible application in psychogenic movement disorders. pp.249-255.

Schrag, A. . Psychogenic dystonia and reflex sympathetic dystrophy. pp.53-61.

Spence, S.A. . The cognitive executive is implicated in the maintenance of psychogenic movement disorders. pp.222-229.

Stone, J., & Sharpe, M. . Functional paralysis and sensory disturbance. pp.88-111.

Thompson, P.D. . The phenomenology of startle, latah, and related conditions. pp.48-52.

Tomlinson, W.C. . Freud and psychogenic movement disorders. pp.14-19.

Trimble, M. . Somatization disorder: Briquet's hysteria. pp.180-185.

Vidailhet, M., Bourdain, F., Nuss, P., & Trocello, J.-M. . Paroxysmal psychogenic movement disorders. pp.76-81.

Voon, V. . Treatment of psychogenic movement disorder: Psychotropic medications. pp.302-310.

Voon, V., & Hallett, M. . Depression. pp.148-153.

Walker, J., R., & Furer, P. . Treatment of hypochondriasis and psychogenic movement disorders: Focus on cognitive-behavioral therapy. pp.163-179.

Weintraub, M.I. . Psychogenic injuries and the law. pp.319-322.

Williams, D.T., Ford, B., Fahn, S., & Williams, M. . Natural history of psychogenic movement disorders. pp.274-286.

Wise, S.P., & Kralik, J.D. . The neurophysiology of voluntary movement in nonhuman primates: Accumulator models of decision and action in relation to psychogenic movement disorders. pp.196-211.

Zeman, A. . Consciousness. pp.212-221.