Philosophical Issues in Psychiatry Iii: The Nature and Sources of Historical Change

Oxford University Press (2014)
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Psychiatry has been subject to major changes in the last 150 years. This book explores the forces that have shaped these changes and how they have impacted on the psychiatric profession in this time. The result is a dynamic discussion about the nature of psychiatric disorders, and a book that is compelling reading.



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Kenneth Kendler
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