Principles of the Psychiatric Evaluation

Principles of the Psychiatric Evaluation

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This revised edition of The psychiatric evaluation in clinical practice (1986) is a clear, comfortably thin, yet comprehensive guide to the psychiatric interview, mental status write-ups, and thorough case formulation. Includes case studies and new chapters on AIDS testing and counseling, new drug information, and regional cortical functioning. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORWe had planned to use those data for a research project; however, the project soon became unmanageable because there ... To the best of our knowledge, the chapter on the psychodynamic case formulation, with three sample formulations, is the only published work of its kind. Although they are deficient in many ways, the case formulations will provide a useful guide for students of dynamic psychiatry.


Title:Principles of the Psychiatric Evaluation
Author: Roger A. MacKinnon, Stuart C. Yudofsky
Publisher:Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 1991
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