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REFERENCES AND FURTHER READING Atopic Skin Disease Hanifm, J.M. and Rajka, G. (1980). Diagnostic features of atopic dermatitis. Acta Dermatol-Venereologica 92 (Suppl.), 44-47. Rajka, G. (1989). Essential Aspects of Atopic Dermatitis. Springer Verlag, Berlin. Ruzicka, T., Ring, S. and Przybilla, B. (Eds) (1991). Handbook of Atopic Eczema. Springer Verlag, Berlin. Williams, H.C. (1995). On the definition and epidemiology of atopic dermatitis. Dermatology Clinics 13, 649-657.

Management in General Bridged:, C. (1995). Live Without Eczema (video). Medical Illustration Group, Charing Cross and Westminster Hospital, London. Loden, M. (1995). Biophysical properties of dry atopic and normal skin with special reference to the effects of skin care products. Acta Dermatol-Venereologica 192 (Suppl.), 1-48. McHenry, P.M. Williams, H.C. and Bingham E.A. (1995). Management of atopic eczema. British Medical Journal 310, 843-847. Surber, C. Itin, P.H. Bircher, AJ. and Maibach, H.I. (1995). Topical corticosteroids. Journal of the American Academy Dermatology 32, 1025-1030.

Habit Reversal Azrin, N.H. and Nunn, R.G. (1973). Habit reversal: a method of eliminating nervous habits and tics. Behaviour Research & Therapy II, 619-628. Ehlers, A. Stangier, U. and Gieler, U (1995). Treatment of atopic dermatitis: a comparison of psychological and dermatological approaches to relapse prevention. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 63, 624-634.

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Atopic Skin Disease - A Manual For Practitioners  

An account of a new behavioural approach to the treatment of atopic eczema, written for practitioners, but also for patients

Atopic Skin Disease - A Manual For Practitioners  

An account of a new behavioural approach to the treatment of atopic eczema, written for practitioners, but also for patients