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Temperament refers to early-appearing variation in emotional reactivity. The core dimensions of temperament and optimal method for assessment continue to be sources of considerable discussion. Nevertheless, the moderate stability of most temperamental traits and the strong influence of genetic...
Reaching a correct differential diagnosis among patients with psychotic symptoms was especially important during the era of first-generation antipsychotics, when treatments for the different disorders varied in terms of adverse events and likelihood of response. The historical “overdiagnosis”...
The Cartesian separation of body and mind has underpinned medical conceptualizations of conversion symptoms over the last four centuries. Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century models explained conversion symptoms on the basis of assumed organic lesions. Subsequent psychological formulations focused...
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