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Index abstraction, 152–53, 172, 179–81, 203–4 antidepressants, 49, 72–73, 105–6, 109–11, 195 anxiety, 36, 49, 74, 105, 214, 227n1 art(s), 134, 143, 155, 163, 165, 193; medicine, 25, 92, 96, 140–41, 209; science, 87–88, 133 behaviorism: BPS model, 36, 105, 138–39; criticism , 22–23, 67, 84, 88; knowledge, 65, 162–63, 180, 184–85, 192–95; in practice, 12–15, 43, 54, 117 biological component, mental illness, 4, 62, 110; Engel, 42–43, 82, 227n1; Grinker, 23, 34–36; postmodern, 116–17, 124, 135–38, 206–7, 210, 214 biological reductionism, 22, 100–101, 124, 209, 213–14, 234; Engel, 43, 45, 50, 224n3, 225n4, 229n2; Osler, 130–31, 143–44 biomedicine, 93, 134, 192–95; dehumanized, 92, 119, 128, 137, 198, 208; reductionism, 4–5, 33, 47, 58–60; views on, 43–45, 96, 101, 129, 141, 210 biopsychosocial (BPS) model, 119, 233; central aspect, 44, 62–63, 132–33; combination therapy, 113–14; criticism, 81–83, 116–17, 189, 211–15; dogmatism , 112–13, 133–34; doubts, ix–x, 13, 56, 76–77, 94, 123, 198; EBM replacement, 123–27; eclecticism, 16–17, 81, 117, 164, 213–14; emptiness , 192–94; Engel, 5, 25, 27, 33–50, 53, 133–34, 217, 223n3–225n4; Grinker, 5, 32–35, 51, 53, 85, 222n2, 223nn3–4; humanism, 60–63, 82, 95–96, 128, 135–37, 209–10; label, 35, 42, 212, 215, 223n4; Meyer, 3–7, 10, 27, 65, 67; new/old, 12–14, 124, 211–12; pharmacology vs., 103–4, 108–11; philosophy , 57–58, 226n4; pluralism, 194–95; policy making, 84–85; psychoanalysis vs., 63–64, 82, 133, 137–40; psychosomatic application, 53–56; psychotherapy need, 74–75, 98–99; public health, 58–60; research blueprint, 45, 81–89, 114, 227n1; science/humanities, 47–49, 159–66, 230n6; teaching, 62, 91–94, 101, 217, 227n1, 228n2; validity, 56–62, 88, 226n2; Verstehen vs., 163–64, 167 BPS. See biopsychosocial model cardiovascular disease, 46–47, 60, 63, 142, 214 causality: explanation, 164–65, 173–74, 177–80, 183; illness, 4–5, 53–56, 59, 134 clinical diagnosis, 129–30, 189, 195–96; criteria, 70–71, 73–77, 205–8; pharmacology, 104–5, 109–11; science, 70, 85, 106–7, 224n3 clinical interview/history, 95–96, 129, 131, 134–35, 190 clinical skills, teaching, 129–31, 134–35, 142–44 clinical trials, 71–72, 88, 125 clinicopathological method, 39, 129–30 cognitive process, 105, 133, 160, 163; BPS model, 137–39; eclecticism, 16, 20–21; intellect, 154–57, 202, 220; meaning, 97, 150, 169–78, 191 cognitive therapies, 14, 84, 88, 165 colectomy, 7–10 collaboration, 93, 100–101, 109, 125, 208 combination therapy, 53–54, 63–64, 74–75, 103, 107, 113–16, 226n3 communication, 23, 25, 93, 96–97, 172, 190; types/modes, 149, 156–57, 184–86, 208 conceptual context: BPS model, 5, 23, 95, 228n2; disease, 222n3; of EBM, 126–27; eclecticism, 12–21, 25–26, 186; health, 4–5, 88, 107–10, 124, 192, 201–2, 208, 224n3; ideal experiences, 169, 180–81, 193; psychotherapy, 114, 118–19; residencies , 218–19 consciousness, 182, 189, 199, 204, 212 coping mechanisms, 43, 138–39, 224n3 cultural sciences, 171, 231n1 culture: health/illness, 199–200; postmodern, 64–65, 68, 76, 213–15; psychobiology, 23, 34–35, 66, 102, 139; science/humanities, 128, 154–56, 160, 164, 229n1, 230n4; symbols, 22–23, 147, 149, 152, 156–57 data: eclecticism, 16–17, 85; empiricism vs., 15, 17, 24, 89–90; health concept, 138–39, 202; objective , 124–25; scientific, 18, 24, 49, 103–4, 111, 218; too much, 83–84, 183 democracy, 64–65, 186–87 depression, 72–74, 105–6, 111, 139, 194–95, 214; syndromes, 107–10 developmental themes, 49, 138–39 Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM), 73–74, 181, 206; fifth edition, 77; fourth edition, 77; third edition, 28, 74–76. See also clinical diagnosis Dilthey, Wilhelm: knowledge, 162, 174–76, 230n3, 230n5; psychology vs. history, 176–77, 181; science, 169–70, 191, 230n1, 231n3; Verstehen, 165–66, 170–74, 190, 193, 231n2 disciplines, 13, 49, 93–96, 101, 168, 209; boundaries , 81–83, 184–85, 196–97 disease: illness vs., 61–62, 137, 192; physiology, 55–56, 210; rejection, 4–5, 42, 131, 224n3 dogmatism, 233; biological, 3–4, 9–10, 29, 76, 116, 212, 222n2; BPS model, 112–13, 133–34; EBM and, 126–27, 187; eclecticism, 17–19; knowledge , 66, 97, 161, 186; pharmacology...

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9781421402925
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9780801893902
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794700425
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272
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2012-01-01
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English
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