Psychiatry & Psychopathology

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  1. Book ImageAffect Regulation and the Repair of the Self

    Allan N. Schore

    This volume (one of two) is the first presentation of Schore's comprehensive theory in book form, as it has developed since 1994.More

  2. Book ImageSport Psychiatry

    Daniel Begel, Robert W. Burton

    For professionals and others involved in sports who want to better understand the innermost lives of athletes and to treat the complex problems that can arise from competition, this book provides both invaluable guiding principles and treatment specifics.More

  3. Book ImageAssertive Community Treatment of Persons With Severe Mental Illness

    Alberto B. Santos, Leonard I. Stein

    An overview for effective community based therapy.More

  4. Book ImageBiobehavioral Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorders

    Fugen Neziroglu, Jose Yaryura-Tobias

    Obsessive-compulsive disorders (OCD) can be crippling.More

  5. Book ImageHealing the Mind: A History of Psychiatry from Antiquity to the Present

    Michael H. Stone

    Long before the age of reliable psychodiagnosis (the last 200 years), a primitive vocabulary sprung up to address odd and unconventional people within the body social.More

  6. Book ImageUnderstanding Biological Psychiatry

    Robert J. Hedaya

    Beginning with a tour of the brain, Dr. Hedaya explains how the brain works and how brain function relates to physical symptoms and cognitive and emotional well-being.More

  7. Book ImageSexual Pharmacology: Drugs that Affect Sexual Function

    Theresa L. Crenshaw, James P. Goldberg

    Highlighting the complex interaction of biology and emotion in sexual chemistry, this book systematically evaluates drugs that can inhibit desire, cause impotence, block orgasm, or affect sexual functioning in other ways and provides a system for evaluating any and all drugs, even ones not yet on the market, by summarizing sexual mechanisms of action.More

  8. Book ImageCharacter Styles

    Stephen M. Johnson

    How basic existential and developmental issues underlie the severe pathology of personality disorders and symptoms of neurosis in character styles.More

  9. Book ImageAbnormalities of Personality: Within and Beyond the Realm of Treatment

    Michael H. Stone

    The author presents his subject with a breadth not found in other texts, reaching from those individuals with mildly annoying traits to incurable psychopaths.More

  10. Book ImagePTSD/Borderlines in Therapy: Finding the Balance

    Jerome Kroll

    Taking into account ambiguities in the relationship between childhood abuse experiences, formation of self- destructive personality styles, and subsequent psychotherapy, the author presents a working model that is useful without limiting the practitioner.More

  11. Book ImageThe Challenge of the Borderline Patient: Competency in Diagnosis and Treatment

    Jerome Kroll

    Borderline personality is one of the most confusing and controversial psychiatric disorders.More

  12. Book ImageThe Collected Papers of Otto Fenichel

    Otto Fenichel, Hanna Fenichel, David Rapaport

    First Series / Volume(s): 1

    In the world of psychoanalysis, the late Otto Fenichel was pre-eminently distinguished for brilliant observation, tireless energy, and skill.More

  13. Book ImageUnmasking the Psychopath: Antisocial Personality and Related Symptoms

    William H. Reid

    This book builds upon and expands the pioneering work of the late Hervey Cleckley in defining, recognizing, and treating the antisocial personality and related syndromes.

  14. Book ImagePersonal Psychopathology

    Harry Stack Sullivan, Helen Swick Perry, Mabel Blake Cohen

    The changing social scene and its effect on the incidence of mental disorders.More

  15. Book ImageSoviet Psychoprisons

    Harvey Fireside, Zhores Medvedev

    “A useful account of the dissidents’ struggle to expose psychiatric abuse and embarrass the regime. [Fireside’s] chapters on ‘Patients,’ ‘Doctors,’ and ‘Resisters’ are especially suited for readers with little background on Soviet dissent. The defiance of activists like Vladimir Bukovsky, Semyon Gluzman, and Alexander Podrabinek did much to deflate the government’s omnipotence. . . .Fireside describes their activity well, he has also compiled important primary material. These documents, including A Manual on Psychiatry for Dissidents, which Bukovsky and Gluzman wrote in a labor camp, are note easy to find, and Fireside has performed a service by making them available.” —Joshua Rubenstein, New England Coordinator of Amnesty International, U.S.A. and author of Soviet Dissidents, in CommentaryMore

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