Clinical Psychiatry for Medical Students - Stoudemire A

Clinical Psychiatry for Medical Students - Stoudemire A
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[size=4]Clinical Psychiatry for Medical Students
by Alan Stoudemire
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Product Details

Paperback: 941 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.80 x 9.20 x 6.15
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 3rd edition (May 1, 1998)
ISBN: 0397584601

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[quote]Editorial Reviews
From Book News, Inc.
Provides an integrated approach to understanding human development and behavior as it relates to the practice of medicine. Biological, psychological, and sociological factors are all considered to be important in evaluating and treating psychiatric illness. Deals with major clinical psychopathological syndromes, and describes the practical management of common psychiatric disorders encountered in medical and surgical practice. This third edition reflects DSM-IV terminology, and integrates psychological concepts with biological approaches to studying behavior and psychopathology. Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR

Book Info
Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA. Companion volume to: Human Behavior, 3rd ed, c1998. Textbook emphasizes practical aspects of diagnosis and treatment, and discusses discoveries in detecting the neurochemical basis of the major psychiatric disorders. Reflects DSM-IV terminology. Previous edition: c1994. Softcover. DNLM: Mental Disorders.

Book Description
This comprehensive, yet concisely written text provides an overview of the essential aspects of clinical psychiatry that are pertinent to third and fourth year medical students. Utilizing the biopsychosocial model, it examines the premise that psychiatric illness must be understood, evaluated and treated in a multi-dimensional manner. This second edition addresses the significance of a patient’s developmental life experiences and interpersonal relationships, major childhood psychiatric disorders and the management of common psychiatric disorders. Also included are DSM-IV diagnostic criteria. This text is designed as a companion to Stoudemire’s Human Behavior: An Introduction for Medical Students. #This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. [/quote]