The Board Review Series (BRS) is aimed at providing basic knowledge as it relates to clinical situations and is used primarily by medical students studying for . BRS Behavioral Science. Share? by Barbara Fadem · brs. Preview we have held to the principle that the medical school pathology course should be. Behavioral Science in Medicine has 13 ratings and 1 review. Dan said: Very basic, mostly all-inclusive overview of behavioral sciences. Its very broad sp.
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What makes the book great is at the end, where there are helpful discussions of the doctor-patient relationship, complicated ethical and legal matters, the history of healthcare delivery systems, as well as the explanations, examples, and easy to understand charts in the appendix on medical epidemiology and biostatistics.
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Behavioral Science in Medicine introduces medical students to the science of human behavior. The Second Edition is appropriate for courses in Behavioral Science alone but also for courses that merge Behavioral Science and Neuroscience. The increased depth of coverage of psychiatric illness, substance abuse, and pediatric psychiatry, also makes the Second Edition appropriate for use in Clinical Psychiatry courses in behavipral third and fourth year.
About The Author s. Expanded coverage of ethical issues. Expanded personality disorders section covers doctor-patient interactions. Increased depth of coverage of pediatric psychiatry. Increased depth of coverage of psychiatric illnesses. Increased number of examples of clinical cases, i. New “End of Life Issues” section after the aging section. Shortened and condensed chapter on “Systems of Health Care Delivery.
Coverage of substance abuse psychopathology added to the “Substance Abuse” chapter. The Life Cycle Chapter 1.
The Beginning of Life: Pregnancy through Preschool Chapter 2. School Age and Adolescence Chapter 3. The Biological Bases of Behavior Chapter 5.
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Genetics, Anatomy, and Biochemistry of Behavior Chapter 6. The Psychological Bases of Behavior Chapter 8. Psychodynamic Theory in Medical Practice Chapter 9. Learning Theory Chapter Psychological Therapies Part IV. Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders Chapter Mood Disorders Chapter Anxiety Disorders and Related Disorders Chapter Obesity and Eating Disorders Chapter Cognitive and Dissociative Disorders ,edicine Biological Therapies Part V. Social Behavior Chapter Culture and Illness Chapter Human Sexuality Chapter Substance Abuse Part VI.
The Doctor—Patient Relationship Chapter Doctor—Patient Communication Chapter Psychosomatic Medicine Chapter Health Care Delivery Appendix: Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics Index. Your cart cannot contain products from multiple regions. If you click continue, items in the cart from the previous region will be removed.
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