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The psychiatric interview for differential diagnosis

Author: Lennart Jansson; Julie Nordgaard
Publisher: Switzerland : Springer, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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There is a broadening international consensus that the level of psychiatric clinical knowledge and skills has declined alarmingly, to the point of threatening psychiatry?s survival as an academic medical discipline. This is a consequence of the complete educational domination by the operational diagnostic manuals and manuals for structured interviewing, which are too often viewed as the only sources of theoretical  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lennart Jansson; Julie Nordgaard
ISBN: 9783319332499 331933249X 3319332473 9783319332475
OCLC Number: 953834133
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 270 pages) : 2 color illustrations
Contents: Foreword; References; Contents; 1: Introduction; References; Part I: The Diagnostic Interview; 2: Validity and€Reliability; 2.1 The Concept of€Validity; 2.1.1 Validity of€Allocating Psychiatric Diagnoses; 2.2 The Concept of€Reliability; 2.2.1 Reliability of€the€Diagnostic Systems; References; 3: The Psychiatric Interview: Theoretical Aspects; 3.1 Typification; 3.2 The Gestalt; 3.3 Cartesian Dualism: The€Inner and€Outer; 3.4 Experiences and€Expressions: Consciousness; 3.5 The Phenomenological Approach; References; 4: The Psychiatric Interview: Methodological and Practical Aspects. 4.1 The Fully Structured Interview4.2 The Unstructured Interview; 4.3 The Semi-structured Interview; 4.4 Structured Versus Semi-structured Interview; 4.5 Rapport and€the€Interviewer; 4.6 How to€Conduct the€Psychodiagnostic Interview; 4.7 Different Settings; 4.8 Difficult Interviews; 4.8.1 The Suspicious, Guarded Patient; 4.8.2 The Withdrawn, Psychotic Patient; 4.8.3 The Threatening, Aggressive Patient; 4.8.4 The Severely Exalted Patient; 4.8.5 The Suicidal Patient; References; 5: Mental State Examination: Signs; 5.1 Appearance and€Behavior; 5.2 Motor Function; 5.2.1 Catatonia. 5.2.2 Compulsions/Pseudocompulsions5.2.3 Extrapyramidal Side Effects of€Antipsychotic Medication; 5.3 Eye Contact and€Gaze; 5.4 Rapport; 5.5 Mood; 5.6 Affects; 5.7 Speech and€Language; 5.7.1 Formal Thought Disorders; 5.7.1.1 Disorganization; Semantic Disturbances; Autistic Logic; Other Formal Thought Disorders; 5.8 Cognition; 5.9 Self-Harm and€Suicidal Behavior; References; Part II: The Diagnostic Spectra; 6: Navigating Between the€Spectra: Organic Disorders, Schizophrenia, Affective Disorders, Personality Disorders, and€Situational Problems. 6.1 The Process of€Differential Diagnosis6.1.1 The Prototypical Approach; 6.1.2 The Operational Approach; 6.2 Diagnostic Spectra; 6.3 The Specificity of€Psychopathology; 6.4 Existential Patterns; 6.5 Diagnostic Overlaps and€Comorbidity; 6.6 The Borders of€Normality; 6.7 Diagnostic Slippage and€Neglect; References ; 7: Considering Organic Pathology; 7.1 General Aspects of€Organic Psychopathology; 7.2 The Psychiatric Expressivity of€Organic Brain Disease; 7.3 Organic States Hard to€Recognize; 7.4 Organic States Mimicking Functional Mental Illness. 7.4.1 Organic (Secondary) Psychosis7.4.2 Organic Paranoid and€Schizophrenia-Like Psychosis; 7.4.3 Organic Mood Disorders; 7.4.4 Organic Anxiety and€Obsessive-Compulsive Phenomena; 7.4.5 Organic Personality Change; 7.5 Mental Illness Mimicking Organic States; 7.5.1 Pseudodementia; 7.5.2 Pseudodelirium; 7.5.3 Functional Neurological Disorders; 7.5.4 Factitious Disorder and€Malingering; Literature; 8: Indicators of€Psychosis; 8.1 Psychosis; 8.2 The Diagnostic Criteria of€Schizophrenia; 8.3 The Clinical Core Gestalt of€Schizophrenia; 8.4 Near-Psychotic Phenomena.
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