Abnormal Illness Behaviour

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 4, 1997 - Medical - 265 pages
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This book addresses the problem of the widespread misunderstanding and confusion in the medical profession about patients with abnormal illness behavior. It provides a general introduction to the early recognition and management of abnormal illness behavior and offers medical, nursing, and mental health care professionals the skills to identity abnormal illness behavior in their patients, provide appropriate psychological care and recognize when to recommend specialist psychiatric help.
 

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Contents

SyndromeRelated Treatment Approaches
144
The Measurement of Illness Behaviour
196
Abnormal Illness Behaviour A Dangerous Idea
238

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