3 edition of Communication in Medicine and Psychology Reference and Research Guide found in the catalog.
Communication in Medicine and Psychology Reference and Research Guide
Mary R. Bartone
by Abbe Pub Assn of Washington Dc
Written in English
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This book is designed to capture the complexity of the vast domain of the psychology of communication by adding overlays of different logical approaches to the topic.
Each chapter will focus on a different approach. Chapters 2 (behavioristic approach), 3 (humanistic approach), and 4 (interactionist approach) are presented as thesis, antithesis, and synthesis.
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Buckman, MD, PhD, Medical Oncologist andFile Size: KB. Comprised of 26 chapters, this book begins by tracing the history of the relationship between psychology and medicine and assessing the status of psychology's role in the medical center.
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Psychological Medicine is a journal aimed primarily for the publication of original research in clinical psychiatry and the basic sciences related to it. These include relevant fields of biological, psychological and social sciences. Review articles, editorials and letters to. He is co-editor of the journal Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics (Taylor & Francis), and the book series Communication Disorders Across Languages (Multilingual Matters).
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During the last several decades, an impressive body of interpersonal communication theory has been amassed (see ).Although theoretical approaches have been used to explain healthcare interactions (e.g., [2,3]) many interpersonal communication theories remain overlooked and have been applied Cited by:.
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Also, take a look at the references which may be included at the end of individual chapters, or at the end of the book.The major problems facing research today is the lack of application of research findings. Conducting research for “research sake” or the “publish or perish mentality”, has resulted in a flood of research publications that have little impact on health – the 10/90 gap in medical research (only 10% of global research funding isFile Size: 1MB.