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Personality Disorder

Giles Newton-Howes.

December 2014; published online February 2015.

Book. Subjects: Psychiatry. 80 pages.

A practical guide to personality disorders, this online resource is written with clinical utility in mind. Case examples and a focus on evidence-based treatments will give busy health...

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The Little Book of Child and Adolescent Development

Karen Gilmore and Pamela Meersand.

September 2014; published online February 2015.

Book. Subjects: Psychiatry. 248 pages.

This online resource presents a modern and psychoanalytically-informed chronological view of how the mind develops from infancy through young adulthood. It is a comprehensive work that...

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Bipolar Disorder in Youth

Edited by Stephen M. Strakowski, Melissa P. DelBello and Caleb M. Adler.

October 2014; published online March 2015.

Book. Subjects: Psychiatry. 400 pages.

Bipolar disorders affect up to 3% of the world's population and are the 6th leading cause of disability worldwide. As the disorder presents differently in youth as it does in adults,...

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The Maudsley Handbook of Practical Psychiatry

Edited by Gareth Owen, Simon Wessely and Robin Murray.

September 2014; published online January 2015.

Book. Subjects: Psychiatry. 240 pages.

The Maudsley Handbook of Practical Psychiatry has long served trainees in psychiatry, presenting them with practical and essential advice. This new online edition of ‘the orange book’...

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Global Mental Health Trials

Edited by Graham Thornicroft and Vikram Patel.

June 2014; published online January 2015.

Book. Subjects: Psychiatry. 336 pages.

Global mental health is a dynamic field of global health; a core aspect of the story which has led to its emergence has been the conduct of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) evaluating...

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Alternative Perspectives on Psychiatric Validation

Edited by Peter Zachar, Drozdstoj St. Stoyanov, Massimiliano Aragona and Assen Jablensky.

November 2014; published online January 2015.

Book. Subjects: Psychiatry. 288 pages.

Many of the current debates about validity in psychiatry and psychology are predicated on the unexpected failure to validate commonly used diagnostic categories. The recognition of this...

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Philosophical issues in psychiatry III

Edited by Kenneth S. Kendler and Josef Parnas.

October 2014; published online January 2015.

Book. Subjects: Psychiatry. 400 pages.

Psychiatry has long struggled with the nature of its diagnoses. The problems raised by questions about the nature of psychiatric illness are particularly fascinating because they sit at the...

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Introduction

Peter Zachar and Assen Jablensky.

in Alternative perspectives on psychiatric validation

November 2014; published online January 2015.

Chapter. Subjects: Psychiatry. 9604 words.

This introductory chapter in Alternative Perspectives on Psychiatric Validation: DSM, ICD, RDoC and Beyond examines the history of validation in psychiatry and clinical psychology. Robins...

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Rethinking received views on the history of psychiatric nosology

Massimiliano Aragona.

in Alternative perspectives on psychiatric validation

November 2014; published online January 2015.

Chapter. Subjects: Psychiatry. 7603 words.

According to the received view in psychiatric classification, the DSM-I and DSM-II were psychodynamic in nature, while the DSM-III and following editions were Kraepelinian and more...

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Reality and utility unbound

C. T. Rodrigues Adriano and E. M. Banzato Claudio.

in Alternative perspectives on psychiatric validation

November 2014; published online January 2015.

Chapter. Subjects: Psychiatry. 5423 words.

The many validity concepts found in the field of psychiatric nosology constitute a source of confusion as regards what it means to validate a diagnostic category and how it should be done....

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