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Religion and psychiatry: beyond boundaries

Author: Verhagen, Peter J. ; Van Praag, Herman M. ; Lopez-Ibor, Juan J. ; Cox, John L. ; Moussaoui, DrissPublisher: Wiley, 2010. ; Blackwell, 2010.Language: EnglishDescription: 667 p. : Ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780470694718Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Religion and Psychiatry: Beyond Boundaries Contents List of Contributors Foreword Preface General Introduction: Religion and Science ix xiii xv 1 Peter J. Verhagen PART 1 PROLEGOMENA (FIRST ISSUES): HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY, SCIENCE AND CULTURE Introduction 1.1 Evil in Historical Perspective: At the Intersection of Religion and Psychiatry 11 11 13 Michael H. Stone 1.2 Linguistic Analysis and Values-Based Practice: One Way of Getting Started with Some Kinds of Philosophical Problems at the Interface Between Psychiatry and Religion 39 Bill (K.W.M.) Fulford 1.3 Science and Transcendence in Psychopathology; Lessons from Existentialism 63 Juan J. López-Ibor Jr. and MarM !nés López-Ibor Alcocer 1.4 Psychiatry of the Whole Person ­ Contribution of Spirituality in form of Mystic (Sufi) Thinking 73 Ahmad Mohit PART 2 MAIN ISSUES: THE INTERFACE BETWEEN PSYCHIATRY, MENTAL HEALTH AND MAJOR RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS Introduction 87 87 2.1 Judaism and Psychiatry 89 Ayala Uri, Noa Navot and Alan Apter 2.2 Christianity and Psychiatry 105 119 John R. Peteet 2.3 Religion and Mental Health in Islam Ahmed Okasha 2.4 Psychiatry and African Religion 143 159 Frank G. Njenga, Anna Nguithi and Sam G. Gatere 2.5 Hinduism and Mental Health R. Srinivasa Murthy 181 193 2.6 Buddhism and Psychotherapy in Japan Naotaka Shinfuku and Kenji Kitanishi 2.7 Psychiatry and Theravada Buddhism Pichet Udomratn PART 3 CORE ISSUES: RELIGION AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY Introduction 3.1 Religions Experience and Psychopathology 209 209 211 Juan J. López-Ibor Jr. and Maria Inés López-Ibor Alcocer 3.2 God's Champions and Adversaries: About the Borders between Normal and Abnormal Religiosity 235 Herman M. van Praag 3.3 Religion and Psychopathology: Psychosis and Depression 253 Andrew C. P. Sims 3.4 Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Religion: A Reconnaissance 271 Harold J. G. M. van Megen, Dianne A. den Boer-Wolters and Peter J. Verhagen 3.5 Religion and Psychoanalysis: Past and Present 283 Allan M. Josephson, Armand Nicholi Jr. and Allan Tasman 3.6 On the Psychology of Religions Fundamentalism 305 John, Lord Alderdice 3.7 Measurement at the Interface of Psychiatry and Religion: Issues and Existing Measures 319 Peter C. Hill and Carissa Dwiwardani PART 4 RESEARCH ISSUES Introduction 4.1 Religion and Mental Health: What Do You Mean When You Say `Religion'? What Do You Mean When You Say 'Mental Health'? 341 341 343 Charles H. Hackney 4.2 A Moment of Anger, a Lifetime of Favor: Image of God, Personality, and Orthodox Religiosity 361 Elisabeth H.M. Eurelings-Bontekoe and Hanneke Schaap-Jonker 4.3 The Relationship Between an Orthodox Protestant Upbringing and Current Orthodox Protestant Adherence, DSM-IV Axis II B Cluster Personality Disorders and Structural Borderline Personality Organization 373 Elisabeth H.M. Eurelings-Bontekoe and Patrick Luyten 4.4 When Religion Goes Awry: Religions Risk Factors for Poorer Health and Well-Being 389 Hisham Abu Raiya, Kenneth L Pargament and Gina Magyar-Russell 4.5 Religions Practice and Mental Health: a Moroccan Experience 413 Driss Moussaoui and Nadia Kadri 4.6 Religions and Spiritual Considerations in Psychiatric Diagnosis: Considerations for the DSM-V 423 David Lukoff, C. Robert Cloninger, Marc Galanter, David M. Gellerman, Linda Glickman, Harold G. Koenig, Francis G. Lu, William E. Narrow, John R. Peteet, Samuel B. Thielman and C. Paul Yang PART 5 INTERDISCIPLINARY ISSUES: PSYCHOTHERAPY, PASTORAL CARE AND MEANING GIVING Introduction 5.1 Gods of the Horizon: The Therapist's and the Patient's Religions Representations and the Inevitability of Countertransference 447 445 445 Moshe Halevi Spero 5.2 Assumptions About Pastoral Care, Spirituality and Mental Health 479 Peter J. Verhagen and Adamantios G. Avgoustidis 5.3 Coming to Terms with Loss in Schizophrenia ­ The Search for Meaning 497 Hanneke (J. K.) Muthert PART 6 CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES: RELIGION AND THE BRAIN Introduction 6.1 The Limits of Scientific Understanding and their Relevance for the Role of Religion in Psychiatry 513 513 515 Robert H. Belmaker 6.2 Seat of the Divine: A Biological 'Proof of God's Existence'? 523 Hernian M. van Praag 6.3 Neuro-Theology: Demasqué of Religions 541 Dick F. Swaab and Wilma T.P. Verweij PART 7 TRAINING ISSUES: RESIDENCY TRAINING AND CONTINUOUS EDUCATION Introduction 7.1 Religion and the Training of Psychotherapists 569 569 571 Allan M. Josephson, John R. Peteet and Allan Tasman 7.2 Multicultural Education and Training in Religion and Spirituality 587 Peter J. Verhagen and John L. Cox Epilogue: Proposai for a World Psychiatrie Association Consensus or Position Statement on Spirituality and Religion in Psychiatry 615 Peter J. Verhagen and Christopher C.H. Cook Notes on Contributors Index of Names Index of Subjects 633 647 651

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