Dr. Wiener has assembled a group of experts who provide the reader with excellent literature reviews on the status of "Psychopharmacological Treatment in Autism" (Campbell and colleagues), "Schizophrenia" (Campbell and Armenteros), "Affective Disorders" (Kashani and Nair), "Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder" (Rapoport and Castellanos), "Anxiety Disorders" (Popper and Gherardi), "Tic Disorders" (Towbin and Cohen), "Obsessive Compulsive Disorder" (Towbin), "Disorders of Conduct and Behavior" (Kruesi and Lelio), "Eating Disorders" (Hendren and Berenson), and "Elimination and Sleep Disorders" (Shaffer and Waslick). These are the chapters to which the clinician is likely to turn when wondering about the accumulated knowledge base for medication treatment of those disorders. There is an overall format addressing epidemiology, diagnosis, and psychopharmacology, including side effects and clinical use. Each is comprehensive without being labored. The downside of the comprehensiveness (and not the authors’ fault) is the fact that the references are in the text. For those of us with attention problems, it is distracting to plow through as many as four lines of names before picking up the thread of the sentence again.