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The self in neuroscience and psychiatry / edited by Tilo Kircher and Anthony David.

Contributor(s): Kircher, Tilo, 1965- | David, Anthony SMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2003. Description: 1 online resource (xi, 484 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0511063644; 9780511063640; 0511072104; 9780511072109; 0511119615; 9780511119613; 9780511205118; 0511205112; 9780511543708; 0511543700Subject(s): Self | Psychiatry | Neurosciences | Consciousness | Self Concept | Schizophrenia | Schizophrenic Psychology | Moi (Psychologie) | Psychiatrie | Neurosciences | MEDICAL -- Psychiatry -- General | PSYCHOLOGY -- Psychopathology -- General | PSYCHOLOGY -- Clinical Psychology | PSYCHOLOGY -- Mental Illness | MEDICAL -- Mental Health | Neurosciences | Psychiatry | Self | Zelf | Zelfbewustzijn | Neuropsychiatrie | Psychiatry | Health & Biological Sciences | PsychotherapyGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Self in neuroscience and psychiatry.DDC classification: 616.89 LOC classification: RC489.S43 | S445 2003ebNLM classification: 2003 L-572 | BF 697Other classification: 77.50 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Introduction: the self and neuroscience; REFERENCES; 1 The self and psychiatry: a conceptual history; 2 The self in philosophy, neuroscience and psychiatry: an epistemic approach; 3 Phenomenology of self; 4 Language and self-consciousness: modes of self-presentation in language structure; 5 The multiplicity of consciousness and the emergence of the self; 6 Asynchrony, implicational meaning and the experience of self in schizophrenia; 7 Self-awareness, social intelligence and schizophrenia.
Summary: In recent years neuroscience has contributed important insights to the concept and construction of the self from conditions, such as schizophrenia, in which the self becomes disordered. This book focuses on neuropsychiatric models of self-consciousness, set against introductory essays describing the philosophical, historical and psychological approaches.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

In recent years neuroscience has contributed important insights to the concept and construction of the self from conditions, such as schizophrenia, in which the self becomes disordered. This book focuses on neuropsychiatric models of self-consciousness, set against introductory essays describing the philosophical, historical and psychological approaches.

Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Introduction: the self and neuroscience; REFERENCES; 1 The self and psychiatry: a conceptual history; 2 The self in philosophy, neuroscience and psychiatry: an epistemic approach; 3 Phenomenology of self; 4 Language and self-consciousness: modes of self-presentation in language structure; 5 The multiplicity of consciousness and the emergence of the self; 6 Asynchrony, implicational meaning and the experience of self in schizophrenia; 7 Self-awareness, social intelligence and schizophrenia.

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