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The Oxford Handbook of Phenomenological Psychopathology

The Oxford Handbook of Phenomenological Psychopathology

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Overview


The field of phenomenological psychopathology (PP) is concerned with exploring and describing the individual experience of those suffering from mental disorders. Whilst there is often an understandable emphasis within psychiatry on diagnosis and treatment, the subjective experience of the individual is frequently overlooked. Yet a patient's own account of how their illness affects their thoughts, values, consciousness, and sense of self, can provide important insights into their condition - insights that can complement the more empirical findings from studies of brain function or behaviour.

The Oxford Handbook of Phenomenological Psychopathology is the first ever comprehensive review of the field. It considers the history of PP, its methodology, key concepts, and includes a section exploring individual experiences within schizophrenia, depression, borderline personality disorder, OCD, and phobia. In addition it includes chapters on some of the leading figures throughout the history of this field.

Bringing together chapters from a global team of leading academics, researchers and practitioners, the book will be valuable for those within the fields of psychiatry, clinical psychology, and philosophy.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780198803157
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication date: 08/27/2019
Series: International Perspectives in Philosophy and Psychiatry Series
Pages: 1216
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)

About the Author



Giovanni Stanghellini, Professor of Dynamic Psychology and Psychopathology, 'G. d'Annunzio' University, Italy,Matthew Broome, Chair in Psychiatry and Youth Mental Health, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, UK,Anthony Vincent Fernandez, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Kent State University, USA,Paolo Fusar-Poli, Reader in Psychiatry and Youth Mental Health, Department of Psychosis Studies, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience, King's College London, UK,Andrea Raballo, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Medicine, University of Perugia, Italy,Rene Rosfort, Associate professor of ethics and philosophy of religion, Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Giovanni Stanghellini, MD and Dr. Phil. honoris causa, psychiatrist, is professor of Dynamic Psychology and Psychopathology at "G. d'Annunzio" University (Chieti, Italy), Profesor Adjuncto "D. Portales" University (Santiago, Chile) and chair of the Scuola di Psicoterapia Fenomenologico-Dinamica in Florence. He is one of the leading figures in contemporary philosophy of psychiatry and phenomenological psychopathology. Among his books published by Oxford University Press: Nature and Narrative (with KWM Fulford, K. Morris and JZ Sadler, OUP 2003), Disembodied Spirits and Deanimated Bodies. The Psychopathology of Common Sense (OUP 2004), Emotions and Personhood (with R. Rosfort, OUP 2013), One Ceentury of Karl Jaspers' General Psychopathology (with T. Fuchs, OUP 2013), the Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Psychiatry (with KWM Fulford et al., OUP 2013) and Lost in dialogue. Anthropology, pychopathology and care (OUP 2016).

Matthew Broome is Professor of Psychiatry and Youth Mental Health and Director of the Institute for Mental Health at the University of Birmingham, UK, and Distinguished Research Fellow, Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, University of Oxford, UK. Matthew trained in psychiatry at the Maudsley Hospital, Bethlem Royal Hospital, and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, and has a PhD in Psychiatry from the Institute of Psychiatry, University of London, UK and in Philosophy from the University of Warwick, UK. He is a former chair of the Philosophy Special Interest Group at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, a founder member of the Maudsley Philosophy Group, and is series editor to the Oxford University Press series, International Perspectives in Philosophy and Psychiatry. He is deputy editor for the British Journal of Psychiatry.

Anthony Vincent Fernandez received his Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of South Florida in 2016. He is currently an assistant professor of philosophy at Kent State University. His work is on the foundations of applied phenomenology, focusing on the challenges of applying phenomenology to domains that it was not originally designed to study-especially psychopathology.

Andrea Raballo MD, Spec. Psych., PhD is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Perugia, Italy, where he serves as scientific and clinical Head of the Center for Translational, Phenomenological and Developmental Psychopathology. He is currently co-chair of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA) Section for Clinical Psychopathology, and board member of both the European Psychiatric Association (EPA) and the IEPA Early Intervention in Mental Health. His main research interests are phenomenological and developmental psychopathology, with a specific focus on child-adolescent vulnerability and related trajectories towards more severe mental disorders. He is also interested in developing innovative frameworks for service implementation.

Rene Rosfort, born 1975 in Copenhagen, Denmark (PhD, University of Copenhagen, 2008) has studied theology in Copenhagen and philosophy in Florence, Italy. His research deals primarily with ethics, phenomenology, and hermeneutics from the combined perspective of philosophy and psychiatry, and with a particular interest in Kant, Kierkegaard, Ricoeur.

Table of Contents



1. Introduction, Giovanni Stanghellini, Matthew Broome, Anthony Vincent Fernandez, Paolo Fusar Poli, Andrea Raballo, and Rene Rosfort
Section One: History
2. Edmund Husserl, Roberta de Monticelli
3. The Role of Psychology According to Edith Stein, Angela Ales Bello
4. Martin Heidegger, Anthony Vincent Fernandez
5. Jean-Paul Sartre, Anthony Hatzimoysis
6. Merleau-Ponty, Phenomenology, and Psychopathology, Maxine Sheets-Johnstone
7. Simone de Beauvoir, Shannon M. Mussett
8. Max Scheler, John Cutting
9. Hans-Georg Gadamer, Andrzej Wiercinski
10. Paul Ricoeur, Rene Rosfort
11. Emmanuel Levinas, Richard A. Cohen
12. Critiques and Integrations of Phenomenology: Derrida, Foucault, Deleuze, Federico Leoni
13. Karl Jaspers, Matthias Bormuth
14. Eugene Minkowski, Annick Urfer-Parnas
15. Ludwig Binswanger, Klaus Hoffmann and Roman Knorr
16. Medard Boss, Franz Mayr
17. Erwin Straus, Thomas Fuchs
18. Ernst Kretschmer, Mario Rossi Monti
19. Hubertus Tellenbach, Stefano Micali
20. Kimura Bin, James Phillips
21. Wolfgang Blankenburg, Martin Heinze
22. Franco Basaglia, John Foot
23. Frantz Fanon, Lewis R. Gordon
24. R.D. Laing, Allan Beveridge
Section Two: Foundations and Methods
25. On the Subject Matter of Phenomenological Psychopathology, Anthony Vincent Fernandez and Allan Køster
26. The Phenomenological Approach, Dermot Moran
27. Clinical Phenomenology: Descriptive, Structural, and Transcendental, Dorothée Legrand
28. Genetic Phenomenology, Anthony Steinbock
29. Phenomenology and Hermeneutics, René Rosfort
30. Introspection, Phenomenology, and Psychopathology, Louis A. Sass and Adam Fishman
31. Phenomenology and Cognitive Science, Shaun Gallagher
32. Phenomenology, Naturalism, and the Neurosciences, Massimiliano Aragona
33. Normality, Sara Heinämaa and Joona Taipale
Psychopathology Anthony Vincent Fernandez and Allan Koster
Section Three: Key-concepts
34. Self, Dan Zahavi
35. Emotion, Rene Rosfort
36. The Unconscious in Phenomenology, Roberta Lanfredini
37. Intentionality, Joel Krueger
38. Personhood, Rene Rosfort
39. Befindlichkeit, Francesca Brencio
40. Values and Values-based Practice, KWM (Bill) Fulford and Giovanni Stanghellini
41. Embodiment, Eric Matthews
42. Autonomy, Katerina Deligiorgi
43. Alterity, Soren Overgaard and Mads Gram Henriksen
44. Time, Federico Leoni
45. Conscience, Marcin Moskalewicz
46. Understanding and Explaining, Christoph Hoerl
Section Four: Descriptive Psychopathology
47. Consciousness and its Disorders, Femi Oyebode
48. The Experience of Time and its Disorders, Thomas Fuchs
49. Attention, Concentration, Memory, and their Disorders, Julian C. Hughes
50. Thought, Speech and Language Disorders, John Cutting
51. Affectivity and its Disorders, Kevin Aho
52. Selfhood and its disorders, Josef Parnas and Mads Gram Henriksen
53. Vital Anxiety, Maria Ines Lopez-Ibor and Dra Julia Picazo Zapinno
54. Hallucinations and Phenomenal Consciousness, Aaron Mishara and Yuliya Zaytseva
55. Bodily Experience and its Disorders, John Cutting
56. The psychopathological concept of catatonia, Gabor S. Ungvari
57. Eating behavior and its disorders, Giovanni Castellini and Valdo Ricca
58. The Phenomenological Clarification of Grief and its Relevance for Psychiatry, Matthew Ratcliffe
59. Gender Dysphoria, Giovanni Castellini and Milena Mancini
60. Hysteria, dissociation, conversion and somatisation, Maria Luisa Figueira and Luis Madeira
61. Obsessions and phobias, Claire Ahern, Daniel B. Fassnacht, and Michael Kyrios
62. Thoughts without Thinkers: Agency, Ownership and the Paradox of Thought Insertion, Clara S. Humpston
Section Five: Life-worlds
63. The Life-World of Persons with Schizophrenia, Louis Sass
64. The Life-World of Persons with Mood Disorders as Disorders of Temporality, Thomas Fuchs
65. The Life-World of the Obsessive-Compulsive Person, Martin Burgy
66. The Life-World of Persons with Hysteria, Guilherme Messas, Rafaela Zorzanelli, and Melissa Tamelini
67. The Life-World of persons with borderline personality disorder, Giovanni Stanghellini and Milena Mancini
68. The Life-World of Persons with Drug Addictions, G. Di Petta
69. The Life-World of Persons with Autism, Francesco Barale, Davide Broglia, Giulia Zelda De Vidovich, and Stefania Ucelli di Nemi Translated by Martino Rossi Monti
Section Six: Clinical Psychopathology
71. First Rank Symptoms of Schizophrenia, Lennart Jansson
72. Schizophrenic Delusion, Arnaldo Ballerini
73. Delusional mood, Mads Gram Henriksen and Josef Parnas
74. Delusion and Mood Disorders, Otto Doerr
75. Paranoia, Paolo Scudellari
76. Auditory Verbal Hallucinations and their Phenomenological Context, Matthew Ratcliffe
77. Affective temperaments, Andrea Raballo and Lorenzo Pelizza
78. Schizophrenic Autism, Richard Gipps and Sanneke de Haan
79. Dysphoria in Borderline Persons, Mario Rossi Monti and Alessandra D'Agostino
80. Psychosis High Risk states, Luis Madeira, Ilaria Bonoldi, and Barnaby Nelson
81. Psychopathology and Law, Gareth S. Owen
82. Atmospheres and the Clinical Encounter, Cristina Costa, Sergio Carmenates, Luis Madeira, and Giovanni Stanghellini
83. The Psychopathology of Psychopaths, Jerome Englebert
84. A Phenomenological-Contextual, Existential, and Ethical Perspective on Emotional Trauma, Robert D. Stolorow
Section Seven: Phenomenological Psychopathology
85. Phenomenological Psychopathology and Neuroscience, Georg Northoff
86. Phenomenological Psychopathology and Qualitative Research, Massimo Ballerini
87. Phenomenological Psychopathology and Quantitative Research, Julie Nordgaard and Mads Gram Henriksen
88. Phenomenological Psychopathology and Psychotherapy, Giovanni Stanghellini
89. Phenomenological Psychopathology and Psychiatric Ethics, Rene Rosfort
90. Phenomenological Psychopathology and America's Social Life-World, Jake Jackson
91. Phenomenological Psychopathology and the Formation of Clinicians, Giovanni Stanghellini
92. Phenomenological Psychopathology and Psychiatric Classification, Anthony Vincent Fernandez
93. Phenomenological Psychopathology and Clinical Decision Making, Eduardo Iacoponi and Harvey Wickham
94. Phenomenological Psychopathology and Psychoanalysis, Federico Leoni
95. Phenomenological Psychopathology and Autobiography, Anna Bortolan
96. Phenomenological Psychopathology, Neuroscience, Psychiatric Disorders and the Intentional Arc, Grant Gillett and Patrick Seniuk
97. The phenomenology of Neurodiversity, Marco O. Bertelli, Johan De Groef, and Elisa Rondini
98. The Bodily Self in Schizophrenia: From Phenomenology to Neuroscience, Francesca Ferri and Vittorio Gallese