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Psychology and Psychological Medicine for Nurses provides a survey of psychology and psychological medicine specifically tailored for the use of nurses who will take the examinations for the Certificate of General Nursing of the General Nursing Council for England and Wales. The text covers topics on the development of human behavior or how the upbringing of children can influence their behavior when they become adults; care of mentally ill patients; and the bearing of childhood experience on the behavior of adults when they are ill. Nursing students will find the book a very good source of information and insight.
Part 1 The Basis of Mental Health
I The Basis of Mental Health
II Mother and Child
III Relationship With Father and Family
IV The School Child
V Puberty and Adolescence
VI The Young Adult
VII The Young Adult At Work
VIII Middle Age
IX Old Age
Part 2 Mental Ill Health
X Mental Health
XI Mental Ill Health
XI Psychosis and Neurosis
XII Treatment of the Mentally Ill
Part 3 Human Behavior in Illness
XIII Illness in Childhood
XIV Illness in Adults
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1957
- 1st January 1957
- eBook ISBN:
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