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American Psychiatry After World War II, 1944-1994 2000 book

American Psychiatry After World War II, 1944-1994

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American Psychiatry After World War II, 1944-1994

Category: Psychology
edition: 1 
Authors: ,   
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ISBN : 9780880488662, 0880488662 
publisher: American Psychiatric Press 
publish year: 2000 
pages: 679 
language: English 
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Table Of Contents

Contents......Page 8
Contributors......Page 10
Acknowledgments......Page 16
Introduction......Page 18
I: The Experience and Lessons of War......Page 28
1. Military Psychiatry Since World War II......Page 30
2. War, Peace, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder......Page 64
3. Silver Linings in the Clouds of War: A Five-Decade Retrospective......Page 79
II: Postwar Growth of Clinical Psychiatry......Page 100
4. American Psychoanalysis Since World War II......Page 104
5. The Evolving Role of the Psychiatrist From the Perspective of Psychotherapy......Page 130
6. Psychiatric Education After World War II......Page 151
7. Psyche and Soma: Struggles to Close the Gap......Page 179
8. Postwar Psychiatry: Personal Observations......Page 214
III: Public Attitudes, Public Perceptions, and Public Policy......Page 230
9. The National Institute of Mental Health: Its Influence on Psychiatry and the Nation’s Mental Health......Page 234
10. Mental Health Policy in Late Twentieth-Century America......Page 259
11. Deinstitutionalization and Public Policy......Page 286
12. Antipsychiatry......Page 304
13. The Consumer Movement......Page 326
14. The Cultural Impact of Psychiatry: The Question of Regressive Effects......Page 348
15. Managed Care and Other Economic Constraints......Page 370
IV: The Rise of Scientific Empiricism......Page 394
16. American Biological Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology, 1944–1994......Page 398
17. Functional Psychoses and the Conceptualization of Mental Illness......Page 440
18. Diagnosis and Classification of Mental Disorders......Page 457
V: Differentiation and Specialization......Page 486
19. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Comes of Age, 1944–1994......Page 488
20. A Brief History of Geriatric Psychiatry in the United States, 1944–1994......Page 508
21. Addiction Psychiatry: The 50 Years Following World War II......Page 529
22. Forensic Psychiatry After World War II......Page 544
VI: Principles and People......Page 570
23. Ethics in the American Psychiatric Association After World War II......Page 572
24. Women Psychiatrists in American Postwar Psychiatry......Page 596
25. Minorities and Mental Health......Page 621
Epilogue: Transition......Page 639
A......Page 644
B......Page 647
C......Page 648
D......Page 651
E......Page 653
F......Page 655
G......Page 656
H......Page 657
I......Page 658
J......Page 659
L......Page 660
M......Page 661
N......Page 664
P......Page 667
R......Page 671
S......Page 673
U......Page 676
W......Page 677
Z......Page 678


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