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Community Mental Health and Social Psychiatry

A Reference Guide

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$21.00 • £16.95 • €19.00

ISBN 9780674151000

Publication Date: 01/01/1962

Short

102 pages

World

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  • A Note on the Literature Problem [Ralph E. O’Dette]
  • Foreword [Erich Lindemann, M.D., Ph.D.]
  • How to Use This Book
  • I. A Bookshelf of Introductory Readings in Community Mental Health and Social Psychiatry
  • II. Community Mental Health and Social Psychiatry
    • 1. Theory
    • 2. Practice
    • 3. Research Methods and Findings
    • 4. Evaluations and Reviews of Practice and Research
    • 5. Professional Roles
  • III. Related Fields and Areas of Interest
    • 1. Administration
    • 2. Aging and the Aged
    • 3. Alcoholism
    • 4. Communication
    • 5. The Community
      • a. Community Analysis
      • b. Community Action
    • 6. Education
    • 7. Epidemiology
    • 8. The Family
    • 9. Group Behavior and Social Psychology
    • 10. Industry and Organization
    • 11. Interviewing
    • 12. Juvenile Delinquency
    • 13. Mental Retardation
    • 14. Nursing
    • 15. Psychiatry
    • 16. Psychology
    • 17. Public Health
    • 18. Rehabilitation
    • 19. Religion
    • 20. Social Sciences
    • 21. Social Work
  • IV. Supplemental Bibliographical and Statistical Sources
    • 1. Additional Reference Sources
    • 2. Sources of Vital Statistics, Census Data, and Community Resources
  • V. Information and Funding Sources for Research and Training in Mental Health
    • 1. Sources of Financial Support
    • 2. Sources of Information
  • Appendix A: Method of Compilation
  • Appendix B: List of Journals
  • Index of Authors, Titles, and Subjects

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