This book chronicles the conceptual and methodological facets of psychiatry and medical psychology throughout history. There are no recent books covering so wide a time span. Many of the facets covered are pertinent to issues in general medicine, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, and the social sciences today. The divergent emphases and interpretations among some of the contributors point to the necessity for further exploration and analysis.Philip Bock, Rethinking Psychological Anthropology, 2nd ed. ... C. B. Strozier and D. Offer, eds., The Leader: Psychohistorical Essays (New York: Plenum, 1985). ... The historian should also be aware of the usefulness of social psychology.
|Title||:||History of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology|
|Author||:||Edwin R. Wallace, John Gach|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2010-04-13|