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Hurting for love : Munchausen by proxy syndrome

著者: Herbert A Schreier; Judith A Libow
出版商: New York : Guilford Press, ©1993.
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Parents who systematically fabricate illnesses in their children or intentionally make their children gravely ill are said to suffer from Munchausen by Proxy syndrome (MBPS). It is a form of child abuse that can lead to death or serious physical or psychological damage to the child, either through outright harm or as a result of painful tests and procedures performed by doctors trying to diagnose the child's  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: Herbert A Schreier; Judith A Libow
ISBN: 0898621216 9780898621211
OCLC号码: 27222115
描述: xxi, 265 p. ; 24 cm.
内容: Description of the problem --
Defining the syndrome --
The challenge of discovery and the reluctance to act --
The extent of the problem --
The risk of misdiagnosis --
Understanding the dynamics of MBPS --
The perversion of mothering --
Why women? --
Managing the problem --
Legal issues.
责任: Herbert A. Schreier, Judith A. Libow.
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This book offers a comprehensive, detailed examination of MBPS. Written by leading authorities, it covers all known clinical, medical, psychological, social and legal aspects of the disorder,  再读一些...

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