Phillip Weinstein Bibliography

Bibliography from Weinstein’s “Insects in Psychiatry”

Berrios, G.E. (1985). Delusional parasitosis and physical disease. Comprehensive Psychiatry. 26: (5) 395-403.

Bourgeois, M., J.M. Amestov and J. Durand (1981). D?lires d’infestation, dermatozooes et ectoparasitoses d?lirantes, syndrome d’Ekbom. Ann. Med. Psychol (Paris) 139: 819-828.

Bishop, E.R. (1980). Monosymptomatic hypochondriasis. Psychosomatics 21: (9) 731-747

Coulson, R.N. and J.A. Witter (1984). Arthropod pests in recreational areas. In: Forest Entomology. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

Ekbom, K.A. (1938). Der praesenile Dermatozo-enwahn. Acta Psychiatr. Neurol. Scand. 13: 227-259.

Evans, P. and H. Merskey (1972). Shared beliefs of dermal parasitosis: Folie partag?e. Br. J. Med. Psychol 45: 19-26.

Denny, D.R. and B.J. Sullivan (1976). Desensitization and modeling treatments of spider fear using two types of scenes. J. Cons. Clin. Psychol. 44: (4) 573-579.

Domangue, B.B. (1985). Hypnotic regression and reframing in the treatment of insect phobias. Am. J. Psychotherapy. 39: (2) 206-214.

DSM III (1980) Quick reference to the diagnostic criteria from DSM III. American Psychiatric Association.

Fazio, A.F. (1972). Impulsive therapy with semiclinical phobias. J. Abnor. Psych. 80: (2) 183-185.

Fazio, A.F. and T.W. Erck (1973). Components in a treatment of insect phobias. J. Abnoral Psychol. 82: (3) 463-468.

Gage, R.W. (1957). What to do about insect phobias. Pest Control. (Oct) 42-7.

Galeota, W.R. (1966). Entomophobia and what it means to a PCO. Pest Control. (Jan) 17-18.

Hamann, K. amd C. Avnstorp (1982). Delusions of infestation treated by Pimozide: A double-blind crossover clinical study. Acta Dermatovener (Stockholm) 62: 55-58.

Heidbreder, G.A. and W.G. Waldron (1971). Illusions of parasitosis. Letter to Editor, JAMA, June 28, 216: (13) 2145.

Hopkinson, G. (1973). The psychiatric syndrome of infestation. Psychiatr. Clin. 6: 330-345.

Hogue, C.L. (1987). Cultural entomology. Ann. Rev. Entomol. 32: 181-99.

Kolansky, H. (1960) Treatment of a tree-year-old girl’s severe infantile neurosis. Psychoanalytic Study of the Child 15: 261-285

Maier, Ch. (1987). Zum Problem des Dermatozoenwahnsyndroms. Nervenarzt 58: 107-115.

Matthews, E.G. (1975). The Mediterranean beetle Blaps polychresta Forskal in South Australia. The South Australian Naturalist. 49: (3) 35-39.

Miller, L.A. (1954). An account of insect hallucinations affecting an elderly couple. Can. Entomol. 86: (10) 455-7.

Moffet, B.S. (1979). Even creepy bugs useful, ex-pert says. Los Angeles Times, Thurs, 30, Part 1-C 7.

Musalek, M., J. Gr?nberger, O.M. Lesch, L. Linzmayer, H. Walter und W. Gebhart (1988). Zur Psychopathologie der Dermatozoenwahnkranken. Der Nervenarzt. 59: 603-609.

Obermayer, M.E. (1961). Dynamics and management of self-induced eruptions. California Medicine 94: (2) 61-65.

Olkowski, H. and W. Olkowski (1976). Entomophobia in the urban ecosystem, some observations and suggestions. Bull. Entomol. Soc Am. 22: 313-317.

Savory, T. (1964). Arachnida. Academic Press, London and New York.

Schrut, A.H. and W.G. Waldron (1963). Psychiatric and entomological aspects of delusory parasitosis. J. Am.Med.Assoc., 186: (4) 213-214.

Scott, H.G. and J.M. Clinton (1967). An Investigation of “Cable Mite” dermatitis. Annals of Allergy. Vol 25, No.8.Smith, R.C. (1934). Halluci-nations of insect infestation causing annoyance to man. Brooklyn Ento. Soc. Bull. 29: 208-212.

Thibierge, G. (1894). Les acarophobes. Rev. Gen. Clin. Ther. 32: 373-376.

Todd, J. (1968). Lilliputian hallucination complicating dexamphetamine-amylobarbitone addiction. Br. J. Addict. 63: 271-274.

Torch, E.M. and E.R. Bishop (1981). Delusions of parasitosis in psychotherapeutic engagement. Am. J. Psychother 35: 101-106.

Traver, J.R. (1951). Unusual scalp dermatitis in humans caused by the mite Dermatophagoides. Ent. Soc Washington 53:(1) 1-25.

Waldron, W.G. (1962). The Role of the entomologist in delusory parasitosis (entomophobia). Ento. Soc. America Bull. 82: 81-83.

Waldron, W.G. (1972). The entomologist and illusions of parasitosis. Calif. Med. 117: 76-78.

Westwood, J.O. (1839). An introductin to the modern classification of insects. Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans, London.

Wilson, J. W. and H. E. Miller (1946). Delusion of parasitosis. Arch. Dermatol. 54: 39-56.