Now in a new Fourth Edition, Psychiatry remains the leading reference on all aspects of the current practice and latest developments in psychiatry.From an international team of recognised expert editors and contributors, Psychiatry provides a truly comprehensive overview of the entire field of psychiatry in 132 chapters across two volumes. It includes two new sections, on psychosomatic medicine and collaborative care, and on emergency psychiatry, and compares Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-5) and International Classification of Diseases (ICD10) classifications for every psychiatric di
Cover; Volume 1; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface to the Fourth Edition; Preface to the First Edition; About the Companion Website; Section I Approaches to the Patient; Chapter 1 Listening to the Patient; Listening: The Key Skill in Psychiatry; The Primary Tools: Words, Analogies, Metaphors, Similes, and Symbols; How Does One Hear Words in This Way?; Listening as More than Hearing; Common Blocks to Effective Listening; Crucial Attitudes That Enable Effective Listening; Theoretical Perspectives on Listening; Using Oneself in Listening To Be Found: The Psychological Product of Being HeardListening to Oneself to Listen Better; Listening in Special Clinical Situations; Growing and Maturing as a Listener; Chapter 2 Physician-Patient Relationship; The Placebo Effect; Roles and Motivations; Modern Medicine and the Physician-Patient Relationship; Attachment Theory and the Physician-Patient Relationship; Formation of the Physician-Patient Relationship; Mental Status of the Patient; Research on the Physician-Patient Relationship; Special Issues in the Physician-Patient Relationship The Physician-Patient Relationship in Specific Populations of PatientsConclusion; Chapter 3 The Psychiatric Interview: Settings and Techniques; Goals of the Psychiatric Interview; The Psychiatric Database; Conduct of the Interview; Chapter 4 The Cultural Context of Clinical Assessment; Introduction: The Cultural Matrix of Psychiatry; What is Culture?; Culture and Gender; The Cultural Formulation; Cultural Competence; Conclusion: The Limits of Culture; Chapter 5 Professional Ethics and Boundaries; Introduction; Medical Professionalism; Defining Ethics Historical Development of the Principles of MedicineThe Doctor-Patient Relationship and Boundaries; Professional Issues for Psychiatrists; Sexual Boundary Violations; Non-Sexual Boundary Transgressions; Conflicts of Interest; Confidentiality; Effects of Information Technology on the Doctor-Patient Relationship; Use of the Internet and Social Media; Teaching Physicians in Professionalism and Ethics; Prevention of Boundary and Other Ethical Violations; Conclusions; Glossary of Terms; Chapter 6 Legal Issues in Psychiatric Practice; Introduction; Categories of Legal Issues in Psychiatry Civil Issues: Patient's RightsCivil Issues: Doctor-Patient Relationship; Criminal Issues: Competency and Insanity; Other Criminal Issues: Diminished Capacity and Mitigating Factors; Conclusion; Section II A Developmental Perspective on Normal Domains of Mental and Behavioral Functions; Chapter 7 A Psychiatric Perspective on Human Development; Models of Development; Biological Development; Cultural Considerations; Cognitive Theory of Development; Emotional Development; Social Development; Moral Development; High-Risk Periods for Psychopathology; Interlineal Decalage The Psychiatrist as a Developmentalist
Includes bibliographical references and index. Includes index. Description based on print version record.