Key word "psychiatry"

Publications Found: 13 · Show All Abstracts

Cassiers L. (1994) Autoreference, autocreation and subject in psychiatry. World Futures 42(1–2): 97–105. Fulltext at
Dansby R. A. & Whiting J. B. (2019) Second-order change in couple and family therapy. In: Lebow J., Chambers A. & Breunlin D. C. (eds.) Encyclopedia of couple and family therapy. Springer, Cham: 2596–2599. Fulltext at
de Haan S. (2017) The existential dimension in psychiatry: An enactive framework. Mental Health. Religion and Culture 20(6): 528–535. Fulltext at
de Haan S. (2022) Book Author’s Response: Continuity, not Conservatism: Why We Can Be Existential and Enactive. Constructivist Foundations 17(2): 173–178. Fulltext at
Fuchs T. & Schlimme J. E. (2009) Embodiment and psychopathology: a phenomenological perspective. Current opinion in psychiatry 22: 570–575. Fulltext at
García E. (2022) Enactive Psychiatry or Existential Psychiatry? Constructivist Foundations 17(2): 165–169. Fulltext at
Gipps R. G. T. (2020) Disturbance of ego-boundary enaction in schizophrenia. Philosophy, Psychiatry. & Psychology 27(1): 91–106.
Heims S. P. (1977) Gregory Bateson and the mathematicians: From interdisciplinary interaction to societal functions. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 13(2): 141–159.
Kirmayer L. J. & Ramstead M. J. D. (2017) Embodiment and enactment in cultural psychiatry. In: Durt C., Fuchs T. & Tewes C. (eds.) Embodiment, enaction, and culture: Investigating the constitution of the shared world. MIT Press, Cambridge MA: 397–422. Fulltext at
Maiese M. (2021) An enactivist reconceptualization of the medical model. Philosophical Psychology Online first.
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