Psychiatry Specialty Board Review for the DSM-IV

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Brunner/Mazel, Jan 1, 1996 - Medical - 116 pages
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This volume has been updated and revised to reflect all applicable diagnostic categories of the DSM-IV, as well as recent advances in psychopharmacology. Over 600 challenging questions covering material most likely to be found on the Board examinations are included, reflecting current theory and practice in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychopathology, Psychopharmacology, and other selected topics. Certainly one of the most sought-after study guides for Psychiatry and Neurology Board preparation, this new edition is the first to offer a separate interactive computer software version. Using this state-of-the-art format, students, psychiatrists, and neurologists preparing for the written Board examinations can obtain instant feedback for correct and incorrect answers, thus enabling them to closely monitor their mastery of the required knowledge. It will also help them to assess their strengths and identify their areas of weakness more accurately. The Psychiatry Specialty Board Review for the DSM-IV is authored by two highly esteemed psychiatrists and professors who are well acquainted with exam requirements. The book will leave readers confident and well prepared to succeed in this most significant of exams.

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