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Approaches to cross-cultural psychiatry

J. M. Murphy

Approaches to cross-cultural psychiatry

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Published by Cornell U.P. .
Written in English


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Statementedited by J.M. Murphy and A.M. Leighton.
ContributionsLeighton, A. H.
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Open LibraryOL21160336M

  The author identifies the effective technical aspects of cross-cultural psychotherapy: * Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oregon Health recognition of nonverbal communication, and sensitivity to the subjective aspects of the patient’s life. These approaches, when used with self-awareness and Cited by:   Littlewood R (a), From categories to contexts: a decade of the 'new cross-cultural psychiatry.' Br J Psychiatry Littlewood R (b), The 'new cross-cultural psychiatry'. Br J Psychiatry [comment; see comment]. Moldavsky D (), The implication of transcultural psychiatry for clinical by: 2.


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Comment: Cornell University Press publication, hardcover book "Approaches to Cross-Cultural Psychiatry," ed. Murphy & Leighton. No dust jacket with this copy, but otherwise it is very good: binding tight & firm, no writing/marking anywhere, and covers/corners/edges show practically no wear of any : Jane M.

Murphy, Alexander H. Leighton. IF one takes a broad definition of social psychiatry, then it is appropriate to regard cross-cultural psychiatry as occupying a position within this field and as focusing on certain aspects in certain ways.¹ The point of attention is the relationship between two orders of phenomena: psychiatric disorders and sociocul tural environment.

Social Science Concepts and Cross-cultural Methods for Psychiatric Research / Murphy, Jane M. --IX. The Life History in Cross-cultural Psychiatric Research / Hughes, Charles C.

--X. Society and Sentiments in Two Contrasting Socially Disturbed Areas / Parker, Seymour / Sasaki, Tom T. --XI. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Approaches to cross-cultural psychiatry.

Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell University Press [] (OCoLC) This volume presents cutting-edge work in cross-cultural psychiatry by an international group of clinicians, researchers, and leaders in mental health policy. The book grew out of a recent lecture series at the Massachusetts General Hospital and features contributions from diverse fields including psychiatry, psychology, anthropology, social work, social medicine, and public Format: Paperback.

APPROACHES TO CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHIATRY, an article from American Journal of Public Health, Vol 56 Issue 5Author: Maria Pfister. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.

Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Maria Pfister. The Handbook of Cultural Psychiatry covers the broad spectrum of issues related to cross-cultural mental health.

To effectively do so, it first lays out for the reader a balanced perspective of the multiple sister disciplines that inform and make up for that hybrid that is, by definition, cross-cultural : Cultural psychiatry, a special field of psychiatry, is primarily concerned with the cultural aspects of human behavior, mental health, psychopathology, and treatment.

At the clinicallevel, cultural psychiatry aims to promote culturally relevant mental health care for patients of diverse ethnic or cultural backgrounds. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.

Textbook of Cultural Psychiatry. Conceptual approaches to acculturation. In Acculturation: Advances in Theory Studies in the Anthropology and Cross-Cultural Psychiatry of Affect and Disorder. Berkeley: University of California Press. This volume presents cutting-edge work in cross-cultural psychiatry by an international group of clinicians, researchers, and leaders in mental health policy.

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This approach to contextual psychiatry has grown significantly as modern societies have become more diverse. Approaches to cross-cultural psychiatry by Murphy, Jane M.; Leighton, Alexander H.

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Theory and Method in Cross-Cultural Psychology Article (PDF Available) in American Psychologist 32(12) December with 8, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Cross-cultural psychiatry Although these two approaches have led to different perspectives on the subject, they share a concern with two types of clinical problem: 1 The diagnosis and treatment of mental illness where health professional Cited by: 3.

Reality Therapy book. Read 31 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Glasser's classic bestseller, with more thancopies sold, e /5. Cross-cultural psychiatry is a branch of psychiatry concerned with the cultural context of mental disorders and the challenges of addressing ethnic diversity in psychiatric services.

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Now completely revised and updated, the fifth edition provides a coherent appraisal of the current state of the field to help trainee and practising clinicians in their daily work. Therefore, this book specifically attempts to embrace a cross-cultural, patient-centered approach to assessment and diagnosis.

In a patient-centered psychiatry, rather than diagnosis and treatment of a disease, diagnosis and treatment are concerned with a patient with thoughts, emotions, a social context, and a cultural identity. Cross-cultural psychology is the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes, including both their variability and invariance, under diverse cultural conditions.

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Background: This paper describes our work to create and validate a new method for cross-cultural and sex-specific function assessment that avoids the major problems with existing methods. Methods: We used free listing to learn about tasks important to local people.

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Alternatively, some wish for more of an understanding of the theoretical underpinnings and controversies in anthropology and psychiatry that make a cross-cultural discourse both imperative and difficult. This book follows the latter course.

The editors have covered a broad spectrum of topics in psychiatry and by: 2. 7. North America: NATIVE CONCEPTIONS OF PSYCHIATRIC DISORDER, by JANE M. MURPHY and ALEXANDER H. LEIGHTON in Approaches to Cross-Cultural Psychiatry.

Jane M. Murphy and Alexander H. Leighton, eds. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press,pp. Book Reviews: APPROACHES TO CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHIATRY. Description. With 50 titles, this is an essential tool for researchers and clinicians alike.

The collection offers broad coverage of topics from neuropsychiatry, to substance abuse, cross-cultural psychiatry, pediatric psychiatry and psychiatric aspects of HIV/AIDS. The goal of cross-cultural psychologists is to look at both universal behaviors and unique behaviors to identify the ways in which culture impacts our behavior, family life, education, social experiences, and other areas.

3  Many cross-cultural psychologists choose to focus on one of two approaches: The etic approach focuses on studying how. 3 Luhrmann TM: Of Two Minds: An Anthropologist Looks at American Psychiatry. New York, Vintage Books, Google Scholar.

4 Kleinman A: Anthropology and psychiatry. The role of culture in cross-cultural research on illness. Br J Psychiatry ; –Crossref, Medline, Google Scholar. 5 Sapir E: Cultural anthropology and : Javier I.

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He is the author of Psychodynamic Approaches to Behavior Change from APA Publishing. APA members may purchase the book at a discount.Since the inception of psychiatry as a medical science, along with innovative trends in sociology and anthropology, there was a change in transcultural psychiatry.

Those changes have been extensively surveyed in two seminal papers that outlined the differences between what was termed the "new" and the "old" approaches in transcultural Cited by: 2.A recent study in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry tracked the consequences of a phasing out of their behavioral approach on an inpatient psychiatry unit for.