A Resident's Guide to Psychiatric Education

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  • ISBN-13: 9781461581970
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 12/12/2012
  • Series: Critical Issues in Psychiatry Series
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1979
  • Pages: 274
  • Product dimensions: 6.69 (w) x 9.61 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Terminal and Enabling Objectives.- Editor’s Introduction.- I. Historical Trends in Psychiatry.- II. Normality and Normal Psychosexual Development.- A. Concept of Normality.- B. Normal Psychosexual Development.- III. Contributions of the Biological Sciences to Psychiatry.- Introduction: Changes in the Delivery of Mental Health Care.- A. Core Knowledge in Neuropsychiatry.- B. Core Knowledge in Neuroendocrinology.- C. Core Knowledge in Neurochemistry arnd Neurophysiology and the Relationship of These Sciences to Psychiatric Disorders.- D. Memory.- E. Sleep and Dreams.- F. Experimental Psychopathology.- G. Specialized Tests in Neurological Investigation.- H. Neurological Correlates of Specialized Procedures.- IV. Contributions of the Psychological Sciences to Psychiatry.- A. Motivation.- B. Ethology.- C. Cognition.- D. Perception.- E. General Systems Theory.- F. Communications Theory.- V. Contributions of the Sociocultural Sciences to Psychiatry.- A. Cultural Anthropology.- B. Sociology, Ecology, and Social Psychiatry.- C. Transcultural Psychiatry.- VI. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.- A. Child Psychiatry.- B. Mental Retardation.- C. Genetics.- VII. Theories of Personality and Psychopathology.- A. Personality Development and the Life Cycle.- B. Personality Organization and Component Functions.- C. Homeostasis, Motivation, Conflict, and Symptomatology.- D. Phenomenology, Nosology, and General Psychopathology.- VIII. Psychiatric Assessment.- A. The Interview.- B. Assessment in Psychiatry.- C. Nosology.- IX. Psychiatric Emergencies and Reactive Disorders.- A. Crisis Theory.- B. Psychiatric Emergencies.- C. Suicide.- D. Transient Situational and Reactive Disorders.- X. Psyche and Soma and Liaison Psychiatry.- XI. The Neuroses, Personality Disorders, Addictions, and Sexual Disorders.- A. The Neuroses.- B. Personality Disorders.- C. Drug-Use Disorders.- D. Psychosexual Disorders.- XII. The “Functional” Psychoses.- A. The Schizophrenic Disorders.- B. Paranoid Disorders.- C. Affective Disorders—Psychotic.- D. “Borderline” States.- E. Brief Reactive Disorders.- F. Atypical “Psychoses”.- G. Other Psychoses.- XIII. The Organic Mental Disorders.- XIV. The Organic Therapies.- A. Psychopharmacology.- B. Convulsive Therapies.- C. Psychosurgery.- D. Miscellaneous and Little-Used Biological Treatments.- XV. Learning Theory and Behavior Modification.- A. Learning Theory.- B. Behavior Modification.- XVI. The Psychotherapies.- A. Individual Psychotherapy.- B. Group Psychotherapy.- C. Family Psychotherapy.- D. Psychotherapy with Children.- E. Milieu Therapy.- F. Activity and Rehabilitation “Therapies”.- XVII. Community and Administrative Psychiatry.- A. Historical Development and Definition.- B. Basic Psychiatric Principles.- C. Basic Administrative Principles.- D. Methods of Intervention.- E. Research.- XVIII. Geriatric and Forensic Psychiatry.- A. Geriatric Psychiatry.- B. Forensic Psychiatry.- XIX. Gender and Psychiatry.- A. Emerging Issues in the Psychology of Women and Men.- B. Sociocultural Aspects.- C. Special Issues.- D. Psychotherapy.- XX. Psychiatric Research and Evaluation.- A. History and Philosophy of Psychiatric Research Design.- B. Models, Statistics, and Computers in Psychiatry.- C. Psychiatric Epidemiology as Human Ecology.- D. Evaluation of Psychiatric Treatment, Treatment Programs, and Training.- 2 Recommended Training Experiences and Skills: A Log Book.- Editor’s Introduction.- I. History, Examination, Formulation, and Diagnosis.- A. Normal.- B. Psychiatric Emergencies.- C. Clinical Syndromes.- D. Other.- II. Treatments.- A. Organic Therapies.- B. Psychotherapies.- C. Milieu Therapy.- D. Activity and Rehabilitation Therapies.- E. Behavior Therapies.- F. Other and Optional Therapies.- III. Special Investigations.- A. Diagnostic Procedures.- B. Psychological Tests.- C. Psychophysiology Laboratory Measures.- IV. “Special” Experiences.- A. Home Visits.- B. Experience with Other Human Services Disciplines.- C. Experience with Other Human Services “Agencies” or Centers.- D. Supervision of Junior Colleagues and Other Mental Health Care Workers.- E. Research Experience.- F. Involvement in a Journal Club for Two or More Years.- Suggested Cross-References to Chapter 1.- 3 The Residency Training Program Audit.- Editor’s Introduction.- I. General.- II. Structure.- III. Process.- IV. Outcome.- 4 Terminal and Enabling Objectives for Residency Training in Child Psychiatry.- Foreword: Child Psychiatry Specialist Training (by Quentin Rae-Grant).- I. Historical Trends in Child Psychiatry.- II. Normality and Normal Psychosexual Development.- III. Contributions of the Biological Sciences to Psychiatry.- IV. Contributions of the Psychological Sciences to Psychiatry.- V. Contributions of the Sociocultural Sciences to Psychiatry.- VI. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.- VII. Theories of Personality and Psychopathology.- VIII. Psychiatric Assessment.- IX. Psychiatric Emergencies and Reactive Disorders.- X. Psyche and Soma and Liaison Psychiatry.- XL The Neuroses, Personality Disorders, Addictions, and Sexual Disorders.- XII. The “Functional” Psychoses.- XIII. The Organic Mental Disorders.- XIV. The Organic Therapies.- XV. Learning Theory and Behavior Modification.- XVI. The Psychotherapies.- XVII. Community and Administrative Psychiatry.- XVIII. Geriatric and Forensic Psychiatry.- XIX. Gender and Psychiatry.- XX. Psychiatric Research and Evaluation.- Appendix A Professional Associations.- Appendix B A Guide to the Psychiatric Literature.- General Texts.- Reference Lists.- Journals.- Indices.- Computerized Reference Services.- Appendix C Training Requirements.- American Medical Association: Excerpts from “Essentials of Approved Residencies”.- The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada: “Specialty Training Requirements in Psychiatry”.- The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists: Excerpts from “By-Laws and Booklet for the Information of Candidates, 1978”.- The Royal College of Psychiatrists (London, England): Excerpts from “Educational Programmes for Trainees in Psychiatry”.- Appendix D Introductory Reading List for Chapter 1.
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