In this Issue
Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology (PPP) focuses on the area of overlap among philosophy, psychiatry, and abnormal psychology. The journal advances philosophical inquiry in psychiatry and abnormal psychology while making clinical material and theory more accessible to philosophers. Each issue features original and review articles, a "Concurrent Contents" section that lists relevant publications, and an "International News and Notes" section. Philosophical case conference special issues present target articles on currently important clinical or research topics, and produce a lively mix of longer articles and commentaries focused on the target topic. Recent issues have included "Time, Chaos, and Evil," "Aesthetics, Psychotherapy, and Evolutionary Theory," and a special issue on "Mild Cognitive Impairment" (Guest Editor: Julian C. Hughes). PPP is the official journal of the Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry (AAPP).
published byJohns Hopkins University Press
viewing issueVolume 17, Number 3, September 2010
Table of Contents
- pp. 209-211
- Clinical Anecdotes: Leaving the Boy in the Room
- pp. 247-250
- Looking Backward and Forward
- pp. 251-253
- The Talking Cure and the Writing Cure
- pp. 255-257
- Indeterminacy and Resentment
- pp. 263-264
- Navigating Therapeutic Diversity
- pp. 271-274
- Writing About Trauma: Catharsis or Rumination?
- pp. 275-277
- About the Authors
- pp. 279-281
- International News and Notes
- pp. 285-287
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