6 edition of Modern psychiatry and clinical research found in the catalog.
Modern psychiatry and clinical research
|Statement||Edited by Daniel Offer and Daniel X. Freedman.|
|Contributions||Grinker, Roy R. 1900-, Offer, Daniel, ed., Freedman, Daniel X., ed.|
|LC Classifications||RC458 .M57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 320 p.|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||71174818|
APA's reasearch contributes to the science of psychiatric practice and mental health policy and aims to. conduct clinical and health services research to bridge the gap between research and practice and to inform health policy; enhance research capacities to improve the quality of psychiatric care. A truly modern psychiatry must be broadly based in the medical, neurobiologic, and sociobehavioral sciences. Freedman DX, Offer JL: The psychiatrist as researcher, in Offer D, Freedman DX (eds): Modern Psychiatry and Clinical Research. New York, Basic Books, , p Bailey P: The new psychiatric revolution. Am J Psychiatry
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