Psychological and Psychiatric Problems in Men [NOOK Book]

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Joan Gomez's book provides an account of a grossly neglected area: the psychological, social and sexual problems of men. The issues dealt with are highly topical and include aggression; violence and criminality; sexuality; and also problems such as alcohol and drug dependence. The book is based on an analysis of societal influences as well as developmental, anatomical and physiological factors and incorporates the latest research in medicine and gender studies.
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Psychological and Psychiatric Problems in Men

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Overview

Joan Gomez's book provides an account of a grossly neglected area: the psychological, social and sexual problems of men. The issues dealt with are highly topical and include aggression; violence and criminality; sexuality; and also problems such as alcohol and drug dependence. The book is based on an analysis of societal influences as well as developmental, anatomical and physiological factors and incorporates the latest research in medicine and gender studies.
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Gomez, a consultant psychiatrist in London who has long experience with prisoners and AIDS victims, outlines the social, sexual, psychological, and psychiatric problems facing men today. Of interest to health professionals, social workers, and those engaged in gender studies, but also accessible to the average Joe who wants to know about himself and his friends. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780203140826
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
  • Publication date: 6/17/1993
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 481 KB

Table of Contents

Chapter One La Difference Chapter Two Biological Aspects Chapter Three Social and Learning Factors Chapter Four Genetic Factors Chapter Five Aggression and Violence Chapter Six Childhood Disorders Chapter Seven Neuroses Chapter Eight Eating Disorders Chapter Nine Psychoses Chapter Ten Personality Problems Chpater Eleven Alcohol and Drug Abuse Chapter Twelve Sexual Problems Chapter Thirteen Work, Family and Psychosomatics Chapter Fourteen Endpiece

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