Insight and Psychosis

Insight and Psychosis

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ISBN-13: 9780198525684
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date: 09/15/2004
Edition description: 2nd ed.
Pages: 418
Product dimensions: 9.30(w) x 6.50(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

Part I - Phenomenology and Psychology
1. Description and meaning of insight, Anthony S David & Xavier F Amador
2. Insight and psychosis: a conceptual history, German E Berrios & Ivana Markova
3. Insight and delusion: from Jaspers to Kraepelin and back again via Austin, Bill Fulford
4. Cognitive insight: theory and assessment, Aaron T Beck & Debbie M Warman
5. Insight and delusions: a cognitive psychological approach, Philippa Garety & Suzanne Jolley
6. Insight in mood disorders: an empirical and conceptual review, S Nassir Ghaemi & Klara J Rosenquist
Part II - Neuropsychology
7. The neuropsychology of insight in psychiatric and neurological disorders, Frank Laroi, William B Barr & Richard S E Keefe
8. Neural correlates of unawareness of illness in psychosis, Laura A Flashman & Robert M Roth
9. Neuropsychological studies of insight in psychosis, Kevin Morgan & Anthony S David
Part III - Insight, Culture and Society
10. Inside knowledge: cultural constructions of insight in psychosis, Laurence J Kirmayer, Ellen Corin & G Eric Jarvis
11. Japanese attitudes towards insight in schizophrenia, Yoshiharu Kim
12. Relationship of insight to violent behaviour and stigma, E Fuller Torrey
13. Why lack of insight should have a central place in mental health law, Kenneth Kress
Part IV - Clinical and Personal Implications of Poor Insight
14. Delusions, action and insight, Alec Buchanan & Simon C Wessely
15. The relationship between insight into psychosis and compliance with medications, Joseph P McEvoy
16. Awareness of illness in schizophrenia: advances from psychosocial rehabilitation research, Paul Lysaker & Morris D Bell
17. Inside 'Insight' - a personal perspective on insight in psychosis, Frederick J Frese
18. The clinical importance of insight: an overview, Anthony S David

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