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Where inner and outer worlds meet : psychosocial research in the tradition of George W. Brown

Author: Tirril O Harris
Publisher: London : Routledge ; New York : Taylor & Francis Group, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume studies George Brown's work on psychiatric disorder and its relationship to social context.

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Genre/Form: Festschriften
Named Person: George W Brown; George W (Psychiater) Brown
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tirril O Harris
ISBN: 9780415202688 041520268X
OCLC Number: 44162585
Description: xvi, 327 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction to the work of George Brown / Tirril Harris --
pt. 1. Social psychiatry and social science --
2. George Brown's contribution to psychiatry: the effort after meaning / Jim Birley and David Goldberg --
3. Bringing meaning back into social psychiatric research: making subjective meanings objective / David Mechanic --
4. George Brown: the science of meaning and the meaning of science / Paul Bebbington --
pt. 2. Measurement of key psychosocial factors in research --
5. Lessons from using semi-structured interviews with seriously ill patients / Elizabeth Davies --
6. Expressed emotion: measuring relationships / Julian Leff --
7. Contextual measures and subjective appraisal / Louise Lemyre --
pt. 3. Model building --
8. Negative life events and family negativity: accomplishments and challenges / Michael Rutter --
9. Towards a dynamic stress-vulnerability model of depression: the role of neuroticism, life events and gender / Johan Ormel and Jan Neeleman --
10. The timing of lives: loss events over the life course and the onset of depression / Paul Surtees and Nick Wainwright --
11. The childhood experience of care and abuse (CECA): an exploration with adolescent refugees / Michel Tousignant, Emmanuel Habimana and Colette Biron / [and others] --
12. Gender differences in the experience and response to adversity / Tom Craig and Soumitra Pathare --
13. The long-term effects of childhood adversities on depression and other psychiatric disorders / Ron Kessler --
14. Evolved socio-emotional systems and their role in depressive disorders / Martin Eales --
pt. 4. Psychosocial factors in conditions other than depression --
15. Life stress and bipolar disorder: is the dimension of social rhythm disruption specific to onset of manic episodes? / Ellen Frank, David Kupper and Susan Malkoff-Schwartz --
16. The study of life events has clarified the concept of psychosomatic disorders / Francis Creed --
pt. 5. Postscript --
17. Some thoughts on the future of social psychiatry / George W. Brown.
Responsibility: edited by Tirril Harris.

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