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Symptoms in the mind : an introduction to descriptive psychopathology

Author: Andrew Sims
Publisher: London : Saunders, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3. ed., reprintView all editions and formats

Psychopathology is a complicated subject. This book provides an introduction to descriptive psychopathology, the basis of clinical psychiatry. It also covers the controversial area of multiple  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Sims
ISBN: 0702026271 9780702026270
OCLC Number: 615514139
Notes: Literaturang.
Description: IX, 451 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme
Contents: * Fundamental Concepts of Descriptive Psychopathology* Consciousness and Disturbed Consciousness* Attention, Concentration, Orientation and Sleep* Disturbance of Memory* Disorder of Time* Pathology of Perception* Delusions and Other Erroneous Ideas* Disorder of the Thinking Process* Language and Speech Disorders* Disorders of Intellectual Performance* The Disordered Self* Depersonalization* Disorder of the Awareness of the Body* Disorders of Gender and Sexuality* The Psychopathology of Pain* Affect and Emotional Disorders* Anxiety, Panic, Irritability, Phobia and Obsession* Urge, Drive and Will: Disturbance of Volition* Impulsive and Aggressive Acts* Disturbance of Movement and Behaviour* Psychopathology of Neurotic Disorders* The Expression of Disordered Personality* Eliciting the Symptoms of Mental Illness* Psychopathology and Diagnosis* Index
Responsibility: Andrew C.P. Sims.


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