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Document Type:BL
Record Number:104532
Doc. No:b62077
Title & Author:Models of madness :psychological, social, and biological approaches to psychosis /edited by John Read and Jacqui Dillon.
Edition Statement:Second edition.
Series Statement :The book series of the International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis,
Page. NO:xxvi, 422 pages :illustrations ;25 cm.
ISBN:9780415579520 (hbk.)
041557952X (hbk.)
9780415579537 (pbk.)
0415579538 (pbk.)
9780203527160 (ebk.)
020352716X (ebk.)
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:Part I: The Illness Model of Psychosis -- 'Schizophrenia' is not an Illness / John Read, Loren Mosher and Richard Bentall -- A History of Madness / John Read -- The Invention of 'Schizophrenia': Kraepelin and Bleuler / John Read -- Genetics, Eugenics and the Mass Murder of 'Schizophrenics' / John Read and Jeffrey Masson -- Does 'Schizophrenia' Exist? Reliability and Validity / John Read -- Biological Psychiatry's Lost Cause: The 'Schizophrenic' Brain / John Read -- Schizophrenia and Heredity: Why the Emperor (still) has no genes / Jay Joseph -- Electroconvulsive therapy / John Read, Richard Bentall, et al. -- Anti-psychotic drugs / Paul Hutton, Stefan Weinmann, et al. -- Drug Companies and Schizophrenia: Unbridled Capitalism Meets Madness / Loren Mosher, Richard Gosden and Sharon Beder -- Part II: Social and Psychological Approaches to Understanding Madness -- Public Beliefs about the Causes of 'Schizophrenia': Bad Things Happen and can Drive you Crazy / John Read, Lorenza Magliano and Vanessa Beavan -- Prejudice, Stigma and 'Schizophrenia': The Role of Bio-Genetic Ideology / John Read, Nick Haslam and Lorenza Magliano -- Listening to the Voices we Hear: Clients' Understandings of Psychotic Experiences / Jim Geekie -- Psychosis, Poverty and Ethnicity / John Read, Lucy Johnstone and Melissa Taitimu -- Gender and Psychosis / John Read and Vanessa Beavan -- Understanding Psychotic Symptoms: Cognitive and Integrative Models / Richard Bentall -- Psychodynamic Approaches to Psychosis: Defenses against Terror / Brian Koehler, Ann-Louise Silver and Bertram Karon -- Childhood Adversity and Psychosis: From Heresy to Certainty / John Read -- Psychosis and Families: Intergenerational Parenting Problems / John Read and Fred Seymour -- PART III: Social and Psychological Approaches to Responding to Madness -- Prevention of Psychosis: Creating Societies Where More People Flourish / Judi Clements and Emma Davies -- The Work of Experience Based Experts / Jacqui Dillon, et al. -- Cognitive Therapy for People with Psychosis / Anthony Morrison -- Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Psychosis: Empirical Evidence / Alison Summers and Ben Rosenbaum -- The Development of Early Intervention Services / Jan Olav Johannessen, et al. -- Non-Hospital, Non-Medication Interventions in First Episode Psychosis / Loren Mosher and John Bola -- Family Therapy and Psychosis: Replacing Ideology with Openness / Volkmar Aderhold and Evelin Gottwalz -- Creating Evidence-Based, Effective and Humane Mental Health Services: Overcoming Barriers to a Paradigm Shift / John Read and Jacqui Dillon.
Abstract:"This second edition of Models of Madness challenges those who hold to simplistic, pessimistic and often damaging theories and treatments of madness. In particular it challenges beliefs that madness can be explained without reference to social causes and challenges the excessive preoccupation with chemical imbalances and genetic predispositions as causes of human misery, including the conditions that are given the name 'schizophrenia'. This edition updates the now extensive body of research showing that hallucinations, delusions etc. are best understood as reactions to adverse life events and that psychological and social approaches to helping are more effective and far safer than psychiatric drugs and electroshock treatment. A new final chapter discusses why such a damaging ideology has come to dominate mental health and, most importantly, how to change that." --
Subject:Schizophrenia.
Subject:Schizophrenia-- Social aspects.
Dewey Classification:‭616.89/8‬
LC Classification:‭RC514‬‭.M5485 2013‬
Added Entry:Read, John,1952-
Dillon, Jacqui