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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||9781932690408 1932690409 9781932690392 1932690395|
|Notes:||"An application of the philosophy of science to psychiatry."|
|Description:||xiii, 245 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.|
|Contents:||Brain disease, mental disease, and the limits to biological psychiatry --
Behaviorism from the psychiatric perspective --
Mentalism in psychiatry: psychoanalysis and cognitive psychology --
Classic dualism: selves and brains --
The concept of an eclectic psychiatry --
The biopsychosocial model in psychiatry --
The categorical system of diagnosis: personality disorder --
When does self-deception become culpable? --
Functionalism and the nature of control in human behavior --
The effable and the ineffable: property dualism and self-control --
Interactive dualism as a partial solution to the mind-brain problem --
Personality disorder --
Other myths in psychiatry.
|Responsibility:||by Niall McLaren.|
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A Ground Breaking Work, But Not For Beginners.....
There seem to be as many schools of thought on psychiatry as there are individuals in the practice of psychiatry. This excellent work by Niall McLaren M.D. takes a comprehensive and concise look at the major theories of the practice of psychiatry.
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