Welcome to the short course on ‘Psychosis’.
Psychosis has been the central subject of psychiatric research for more than a century and yet it remains an intriguing enigma. This volume reviews the current status of research on psychosis in three different aspects, namely, phenomenology, which is the philosophical/conceptual basis of psychosis; psychopathology, which is the clinical manifestations of psychosis; and pathophysiology, which is the scientific pursuit for the mechanism of psychosis.
In this course, you will learn about:
- clinical staging
- negative symptoms
- DNA methyltransferases, and more.
Students pursuing psychology and advanced practitioners of psychiatry will find this course useful.
This course – based on the book ‘Psychosis – Phenomenology, Psychopathology and Pathophysiology’ – comes with the courtesy of IntechOpen and is produced here under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License for the benefit of healthcare professionals.
Academic Editor: Kenjiro Fukao, Tezukayama Gakuin University
Disclaimer : The content in this course is educational in nature and intended solely as general health information. It is not a recommendation for treatment or medical advice. It is not a substitute for advice from a health care provider. If you as a patient are experiencing a medical emergency, contact your health care provider or an emergency room.
|The Axiological Structure in Psychosis||00:00:00|
|Clinical Staging in Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders||00:00:00|
|The Many Faces of Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia||00:00:00|
|Role of Immunity in Pathogenesis of Psychosis||00:00:00|
|The Role of Epigenetics in Psychosis||FREE||00:00:00|
|DNA Methyltransferases and Schizophrenia||00:00:00|