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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Philip Cowen; Paul Harrison; Tom Burns
|Description:||818 s. ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||1. Signs and symptoms of psychiatric disorders ; 2. Classification ; 3. Assessment ; 4. Ethics and civil law ; 5. Aetiology ; 6. Evidence-based approaches to psychiatry ; 7. Personality and personality disorder ; 8. Reactions to stressful experiences ; 9. Anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders ; 10. Mood disorders ; 11. Schizophrenia ; 12. Paranoid symptoms and syndromes ; 13. Dementia, delirium and other neuropsychiatric disorders ; 14. Eating, sleep and sexual disorders ; 15. Psychiatry and medicine ; 16. Suicide and deliberate self-harm ; 17. Alcohol and drugs ; 18. Psychiatry of the elderly ; 19. Drugs and other physical treatments ; 20. Psychological treatments ; 21. Psychiatric services ; 22. Child psychiatry ; 23. Learning disability (mental retardation) ; 24. Forensic psychiatry|
This is a valuable addition to the psychiatric literature since its main focus is to emphasize evidence-based approaches. It can be used worldwide as it includes both DSM and ICD classifications