1 edition of Ethology and psychiatry. found in the catalog.
Ethology and psychiatry.
by Published for Ontario Mental Health Foundation by University of Toronto Press in [Toronto]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. -256.
|Series||Clarence M. Hincks memorial lectures, 1970, Clarence M. Hincks memorial lectures, 1970|
|Contributions||White, Norman F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 264 p. illus. ;|
|Number of Pages||264|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, p. illus. 24 cm. Contents: Ethology and Psychiatry / Norman F. White --Mother/Infant Relations in Rhesus Monkeys / Robert A.
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This book signals the first comprehensive attempt to examine the territory shared by ethology and psychiatry. It is designed both as an introduction to, and as a reference-source book for, the relationship between the two disciplines.
It is rooted in ethology (behavioral biology) and human ethology, and as such it belongs to the natural sciences. Ethological psychiatry is the systematic, quantitative study of psychiatric patients' behavior in natural or seminatural social environments, such as, the ward by: Ethology's external boundaries, vocabulary, and internal structure differ from those of psychiatry, and they are clearer than psychiatry's.
Psychiatrists frequently disagree regarding their discipline's external boundaries, and one aspect of psychiatry's internal structure-its set of diagnostic categories-is revised periodically by committee vote.
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Fears and Phobias reviews and synthesizes the different viewpoints of learning theory, psychoanalysis, ethology, and clinical psychiatry with regards to fears and phobias. The causes and treatment of phobias are examined, with due regard for relevant biological and psychological issues.
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