Models of Madness, Models of Medicine
This book presents current models of psychopathology. For each model, the authors discuss typical clinical functions including diagnosis or definition, etiology, subject behavior, treatment, prognosis, therapy setting, types of therapists, rights of the patient and the patient's social unit, and the goals of therapy.
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THE DISCONTINUOUS MODELS OF MADNESS
THE CONTINUOUS MODELS OF MADNESS
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Cabbage Syndrome: The Social Construction of Dependence
Colin Greenhill Barnes
No preview available - 1990