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The Great Ideas of Clinical Science: 17 Principles that Every Mental Health Professional Should Understand

Lilienfeld, Scott O.; O'Donohue, William T. 20070214 Routledge, 1版, 448p.

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■Lilienfeld, Scott O.; O'Donohue, William T. 20070214 The Great Ideas of Clinical Science: 17 Principles that Every Mental Health Professional Should Understand, Routledge, 1版, 448p. ISBN-10: 0415950384 ISBN-13: 978-0415950381 欠品 [amazon] [kinokuniya]

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(amazonより引用) The idea that there is a fundamental rift between researchers and practitioners should not come as a surprise to anyone familiar with the current literature, trends, and general feelings in the field of clinical psychology. Central to this scientist-practitioner gap is an underlying disagreement over the nature of knowledge - namely that while some individuals point to research studies as the foundation of truth, others argue that clinical experience offers a more adequate understanding of the causes, assessment, and treatment of mental illness. The Great Ideas of Clinical Science is an ambitious attempt to dig beneath these fundamental differences, and reintroduce the reader to unifying principles often overlooked by students and professionals alike. The editors have identified 17 such universals, and have pulled together a group of the most prolific minds in the field to present the philosophical, methodological, and conceptual ideas that define the state of the field. Each chapter focuses on practical as well as conceptual points, offering valuable insight to practicing clinicians, researchers, and teachers of any level of experience. Written for student, practitioner, researcher, and educated layperson, this integrative volume aims to facilitate communication among all mental health professionals and to narrow the scientist-practitioner gap.

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Foreword
About the Editors
Contributors
Introduction
PART I HOW TO THINK CLEARLY ABOUT CLINICAL
SCIENCE
1 Science Is an Essential Safeguard Against Human Error
2 The Clinician as Subject: Practitioners Are Prone to the Same Judgment Errors as Everyone Else
3 Decision Research Can Increase the Accuracy of Clinical Judgment and Thereby Improve Patient Care
4 Psychometrics: Better Measurement Makes Better Clinicians
5 Classification Provides an Essential Basis for Organizing Mental Disorders
6 Psychotherapy Outcome Can Be Studied Scientifically
7 Clinical Case Studies Are Important in the Science and Practice of Psychotherapy
8 Treatment and Assessment Take Place in an Economic Context, Always
PART II THE GREAT PARADIGMS OF CLINICAL SCIENCE
9 Evolution-Based Learning Mechanisms Can Contribute to Both Adaptive and Problematic Behavior
10 Behavior Genetic Approaches Are Integral for Understanding the Etiology of Psychopathology
11 Evolutionary Theory Provides a Framework for Understanding Abnormal Behavior
12 Personality Traits Are Essential for a Complete Clinical Science
13 The Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective Allows Us to Understand Abnormal Behavior at Multiple Levels of Complexity
PART III THE GREAT CROSSCUTTING PERSPECTIVES OF CLINICAL SCIENCE
14 Early Developmental Processes Inform the Study of Mental Disorders
15 Mental and Physical Health Influence Each Other
16 Some Forms of Psychopathology Are Partly Socially Constructed
17 Cultural Factors Influence the Expression of Psychopathology
18 The Great Ideas of Clinical Science Redux: Revisiting Our Intellectual Roots
Index

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