3 edition of A psychiatric glossary found in the catalog.
A psychiatric glossary
American Psychiatric Association. Committee on Public Information.
|LC Classifications||RC437 .A5 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||73082048|
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This glossary covers terms found in the psychiatric literature; the word origins are primarily Greek, but there are also Latin, French, German, and English terms. Many of these terms refer to expressions dating from the early days of psychiatry in Europe. Get this from a library.
A psychiatric glossary. [Arnold Werner; American Psychiatric Association. Joint Commission on Public Affairs.; American Psychiatric Association. Committee on Public Information.] -- Over commonly encountered psychiatric words with definitions. Reflects nomenclature of Diagnostic and statistical manual, 3d ed.
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Over commonly encountered psychiatric words with definitions. Reflects nomenclature of Diagnostic and statistical manual, 3d ed. (DSM-III). Also includes lists of commonly abused drugs, drugs used in psychiatry, legal terms, neurologic deficits, psychologic tests, research terms, schools of thought in psychiatry, and abbreviations.
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Glossary definitions were informed by DSM-5 Work Groups, publicly available Internet sources, and previously published glossaries for mental disorders (World Health Organization and American Psychiatric Association).
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