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The revolution in psychiatry

the new understanding of man.

by Ernest Becker

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Published by Free Press of Glencoe in [New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychiatry -- Philosophy,
  • Psychology, Pathological

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 253-269.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC455 .B34
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 276 p.
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5909851M
    LC Control Number64011213
    OCLC/WorldCa1282073

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    His previous books include A Prescription for Psychiatry: Why We Need a Whole New Approach to Mental Health and Wellbeing, released in In this interview, we discuss Peter’s new book, A Manifesto for Mental Health, Why We Need a Revolution in Mental Health Care, which presents a radically new and distinctive outlook that critically.   The Third Revolution in Psychiatry. By Ronald R. Fieve, M.D. pp. My over‐all opinion is, in fact, that the book is ‐definitely worth reading—but read it as if you came from Missouri.


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It is Becker's attempt to devise a theory of psychopathology incorporating different styles of thinking and areas of the humanities. He particularly elucidates the philosophy of John Dewey Cited by:   out of 5 stars Revolution in Psychiatry. Reviewed in the United States on Ma Well written, this book is ambitious, broad, and encompassing.

It is Becker's attempt to devise a theory of psychopathology incorporating different styles of thinking and areas of the humanities. He particularly elucidates the philosophy of John Dewey 5/5(3). This book should be required reading for anyone wanting to experience the absolute intellectual arrogance of the biological psychiatrist at the zenith of the 'biological revolution'.

Much of what the author uses to describe mental illnesses is simply wrong - no doubt because she inhabited an ivory tower and never saw real patients/5(17). Revolution in Psychiatry book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. out of 5 stars Revolution in Psychiatry.

Reviewed in the United States on Ma Well written, this book is ambitious, broad, and encompassing. It is Becker's attempt to devise a theory of psychopathology incorporating different styles of thinking and areas of the humanities.

He particularly elucidates the philosophy of John Dewey 5/5(3). The first revolution took place when doctors began to treat the mentally ill as patients rather than criminals.

The second came with theories of Freud. The third--the use of chemotherapy (prescribed drugs to treat mental illness)--is the fascinating subject of this landmark book. by: Revolution Psychiatric and Addiction Treatment in Mercer Island, Washington, is an outpatient detox and treatment center serving the greater Seattle and Bellevue metropolitan area that offers a blend of conventional, innovative, and holistic services to help patients achieve the.

Her book Mind Fixers explores the history of psychiatry's tumultuous search for the biological foundations of mental illness. She also is the author of three other books, including The Cure Within, and Reenchanted Science, and many historical articles; and she served as the editor of such interdisciplinary volumes as The Placebo Effect.

During this early period Becker was formulating a "fully transactional" view of mental health that eventually formed the basis for his book, Revolution in Psychiatry ().

Although Szasz is cited on a few key points in this book, Becker pursues a very distinct path. 38 rows  The broken brain: the biological revolution in psychiatry (Book) Author: Andreasen, Nancy.

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She is writing of her chosen field, in turn, to spare readers recourse to texts. The book's main thesis is that American psychiatry is now shedding its Freudian mantle and. Book Review Health Affairs Vol No.1 A Failed Revolution In Mental Health.