The vital balance; the life process in mental health and illness [by] Karl Menninger with Martin Mayman and Paul Pruyser.


New York, Viking Press [1963] .

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Subjects Mental Disorders.
Psiquiatria.
Psychiatrie.
Psychiatry.
Psychopathologie.
Description 531 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date [1963]
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 491-509).
Contents The name and the nature -- The urge to classify -- The evolution of diagnosis -- The evolution of treatment -- Toward a theory of human behavior -- Coping devices of everyday living -- The first of five orders of dysfunction -- A second order of dyscontrol: the "neurotic" syndromes and personalities -- A third order of dyscontrol: naked aggression -- Dysfunction of a fourth and a fifth order -- The role of the physician in the illness-recovery process -- Prevention, endurance, and transcendence.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)645824
(OCoLC)ocm00645824
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WorldCat Identities Menninger, Karl A. 1893-1990.
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