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Kaplan and Sadock's Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry (2 Volume Set): Medicine & Health Science Books @ lirodisa.tk 50th Anniversary Edition The cornerstone text in the field for 50 years, Kaplan & Sadock's Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry has consistently kept pace with .
Be the first to write a review. Add to Wishlist. This is most evident in the sections on neural science. The next edition of this book will no doubt include information about the recent advances in the sequencing of the human genome, the emerging field of proteomics, and, for example, the recent use of c-DNA micro-assays in the scientific investigation of psychiatric disorders. By necessity, even such excellent textbooks as this one inevitably lag by several years in conveying to readers such cutting-edge advances in our field. This is further reflected in the fact that most of the references in this book, even in the neural science sections, are from publications that appeared 2 or more years before the book was published.
For the latest advances and information in our field, we must keep abreast of the scientific journals as supplements to our textbooks. Alternatively, we must await the next generation of interactive electronic and probably web-based educational resources, which may be linked in real time to current scientific investigations. In the meantime, the Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry covers a vast array of topics that go well beyond the basic scientific underpinnings of psychopharmacology that many other textbooks on psychiatry emphasize. Here, numerous topics that have sometimes been taught more rigorously to medical students than to residents, which often fall under the vague rubric of behavioral sciences, are amply covered.
These include the basics of learning theory, anthropology, sociology, animal research, evolutionary biology, and the relation of each of these areas to human behavior and psychiatry. The section on epidemiology by Darrel Regier represents yet another topic that is likely to get little attention in textbooks focusing on clinical syndromes but is presented so well in this book. The section is carefully organized, includes readily understandable definitions of concepts, and avoids being excessively superficial on the one hand or too detailed on the other.
Additional areas that have been split off under separate cover in the case of many recent publications are included here in a single publication. These include the psychiatric aspects of a wide range of neurological disorders and other medical conditions, including cardiovascular disorders, cancer, and obesity, as well as the full gamut of psychotherapies and medications. Other special topics are also thoughtfully considered, including alternative and complementary health practices, stress and psychiatry, managed care, psychiatric rehabilitation, graduate education, ethics, law, and the history of psychiatry.
Finally, this all-encompassing book fittingly ends with a section on world aspects of psychiatry, written by Jorge Costa e Silva from the World Health Organization, as well as a very brief statement on the future of psychiatry by Peter Kramer. Throughout this two-volume book, the extensive editorial efforts to achieve uniformity in organizational structure, writing style, and scientific tone are evident.
It is these efforts, coupled with the extraordinary collection of expertise on a vast array of topics, which continue to make this textbook truly valuable even as many other excellent textbooks on psychiatry are also worthy of our study. Edited by Benjamin J. Sadock, M.