Cover: Schizophrenia in HARDCOVER


Science and Practice

Edited by John C. Shershow

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$70.50 • £56.95 • €63.50

ISBN 9780674791121

Publication Date: 09/11/1978


272 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

19 illustrations


  • Historical and Philosophical Perspectives
    • 1. Approaches to Understanding Schizophrenia [John C. Shershow]
    • 2. The Manifest and the Scientific Images [Irwin Savodnik]
  • Etiology: The Nature–Nurture Interaction
    • 3. Heredity and Environment [Seymour Kety]
    • 4. A Developmental Theory [Theodore Lidz]
  • Bioscientific Research
    • 5. The Evolution of a Scientific Nosology [Gerald C. Klerman]
    • 6. Biochemical Investigation [Ian Creese and Solomon H. Snyder]
    • 7. Psychopharmacology [Leo Hollister]
  • Care and Treatment: The Human Dimension
    • 8. The Patient and the Community [Jonathan F. Borus and Elaine Hatow]
    • 9. Psychotherapy [Daniel P. Schwartz]
    • 10. The Surrogate “Family,” an Alternative to Hospitalization [Loren R. Mosher and Alma Z. Menn]
  • Index

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