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Psychiatric aspects of violence

Psychiatric aspects of violence

issues in prevention and treatment

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Published by Jossey-Bass in San Francisco .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Violence -- Psychological aspects,
  • Violence -- Prevention

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes

    StatementCarl C. Bell, editor
    SeriesNew directions for mental health services -- no. 86 (summer 2000), New directions for mental health services -- no. 86
    ContributionsBell, Carl C
    The Physical Object
    Pagination107 p. ;
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16980021M
    ISBN 100787914355

      The Shocking Prevalence of Domestic Violence in America. Intimate partner violence (IPV), a more narrowly defined term for domestic violence, affects both men and women, married (spousal abuse) or.   But Christopher Ferguson, a psychologist at Texas A&M University, is of the opinion that research on media effects and aggression is inconsistent. Ferguson points to research that suggests that playing violent video games may have some positive effects for young adults, such as better stress management. He notes that “this field is really in.


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This issue, a product of the American Psychiatric Association's Task Force on Violence, presents a comprehensive examination of the full range of violence-related issues that mental health practitioners may confront in their practice.

The contributors provide guidance on how to assess and manage violent patients. Psychiatric aspects of violence book OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm.

Contents: Editor's notes / Carl C. Bell --The biology of violence / Joe Tupin --Clinician safety: assessing and managing the violent patient / Arthur Z. Berg, Carl C. Bell, Joe Tupin --Assessing Psychiatric aspects of violence book risk for violence / Bradley R.

Johnson --Prevention of violence / Carl C. Bell, Paul Jay Fink --Family. The psychology of violence explores not only the nature of violence, its types and most typical representatives, but also its roots and causes.

Psychologists study the reasons and circumstances that make an individual become violent, but Psychiatric aspects of violence book identify patterns and trends that are typical for certain type of violent individuals. While numerous books address specific issues of violence and aggression, there is a clear and pressing need for a comprehensive resource that explores everything from the root causes of violence and aggression to the appropriate interventions for both individuals and society at large.

The Wiley Handbook Psychiatric aspects of violence book Violence and Aggressionis a landmark three-volume resource that explores the Author: Peter Sturmey. The book culminates with an interview with a former Military Intelligence Officer who reported that he had seen dead aliens.

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It's now out of print, but even at $40, used, /5(3). Psychiatric Aspects of Terrorist Violence: Northern Ireland – - Volume Issue 4 - Peter S. Curran Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites.

Psychology of Violence is a multidisciplinary research journal devoted to violence and extreme aggression, including identifying the causes of violence from a psychological framework, finding ways to prevent or reduce violence, and developing practical interventions and treatments.

As a multidisciplinary forum, Psychology of Violence recognizes that all forms of violence and aggression are. Domestic violence typically involves physical and sexual attacks, psychological abuse, in addition to harming property or pets.

It can result in serious physical and psychological trauma. Women subjected to domestic violence are known to have developed battered women's syndrome (BWS), which is a form of a post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Sometimes, psychiatric assessments of violence risk are conducted to address an explicit question, such as whether the risk to others can be managed in a community setting. Assessing Psychiatric Patients for Violence. Aspects of professional training in regards to the management of the violent patient will be underscored as well.

Finally, the Psychiatric aspects of violence book of the. Mental Illness and Crime comprehensively synthesizes and critically examines what is currently known about the relationship of mental illness and individual psychiatric disorders, in particular with criminal, violent, and other forms of antisocial behavior.

The book integrates scholarship from Psychiatric aspects of violence book, psychiatry. There is increasing concern about the level of violence within mental healthcare settings. In this article I review what is known on this subject, discuss the relationship between mental disorder and violence Psychiatric aspects of violence book summarise the different ways to prevent and manage by: Featured Book.

Family Murder: Pathologies of Love and Hate. Drawing on real-life cases as well as research data, Family Murder: Pathologies of Love and Hate distills the current psychiatric knowledge of different forms of murder within the family.

Although crimes of this sort have made headlines Psychiatric aspects of violence book decades—and although violence and homicide within the family are public health issues.

Indeed, as with psychiatric treatment in general, medication treatment alone is unlikely to reduce risk of violence in people with mental illness. Interventions ideally should be long-term and include a range of psychosocial approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapy, conflict management, and substance abuse treatment.

By itself, having a mental health disorder is a poor predictor of violence, and even trained psychiatrists barely do better than a coin toss at. By Dr. Sandra L. Bloom Restoring Sanctuary: A New Operating System for Trauma-Informed Systems of Care This is the third in a trilogy of books that chronicle the revolutionary changes in our mental health and human service delivery systems that have conspired to disempower staff and hinder client recovery.

Violence against women is known to be one of the causes of mental health problems. Gender bias and social injustice is present all over the world.

This book covers the global perspective of impact of violence against women in all cultures and special aspects of : Manju Mehta. ate the myth that mental illness leads to violence, as well as the mis. perception that gun violence and mental illness are strongly linked. Stigma represents a major barrier to access and treatment of mental.

illness, which in turn increases the public health burden. Mental health issues are. Submitted by Hmm on Febru - pm. Mental health issues are relatively consistent between genders, treatment may not be up to par, but there isn't a huge disparity.

Solitary confinement—that is the confinement of a prisoner alone. in a cell for all, or nearly all, of the day with minimal environmental. stimulation and minimal opportunity for Cited by:   The first book to address the increasingly urgent need for information about psychiatric problems in people with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), Mental Health Aspects of Autism and Asperger Syndrome systematically explains the emotional and psychological difficulties that are often encountered with ASDs.

The author, an experienced psychiatrist specializing in autism, describes 5/5(1). In a Psychiatric Times interview, psychologist Craig Anderson, PhD, Director of the Center for the Study of Violence at Iowa State University, said the evidence for the media violence–aggression link is very strong from every major type of study design: randomized experiments, cross-sectional correlation studies, and longitudinal by: 6.

Mental health service providers can lack an understanding of domestic violence in the lives of their clients.

Criticisms of the mental health system include inappropri-ate reliance on medication to the exclu-sion of other treatments and using couples therapy to “treat” domestic violence.

Mental health practitioners may view a batteredFile Size: KB. In this chapter three main aspects of violence in psychiatric hospitals will be discussed: (i) the nature of such violence (frequency and severity); (ii) the patients who are more likely to engage in such behaviour; and (iii) the situations where violence is more likely to by: Intimate partner violence (IPV) is common worldwide and occurs in more than one-third of American women and psychiatric patients.

As well as physical injuries, it may cause mental health sequelae, such as depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, psychosis, inability to trust others, self-harm, and a host of psychosomatic conditions, that may be referred to by: PSYCHOSOCIAL AND MENTAL HEALTH INTERVENTIONS IN AREAS OF MASS VIOLENCE 5 PREFACE Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) started mental health and psychosocial interventions in with a community-based programme in Gaza (Palestine).

Since the early s, MSF has implemented psychosocial or mental health interventions in over 40 countries worldwide. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has been invoked to help explain many aspects of human behavior, including violence.

The April 2 shooting at Fort Hood in Texas that left three dead and. Psychiatric aspects of homicide in Singapore: a five-year review (– A study in New York assessed 60 severely mentally ill men who had been charged with violent crimes. The author reported that medication noncompliance and lack of awareness of illness both played significant roles in causing the men’s violent behavior.

When Trauma and Recovery was first published init was hailed as a groundbreaking work. In the intervening years, Hermans volume has changed the way we think about and treat traumatic events and trauma victims.

In a new afterword, Herman chronicles the incredible response the book has elicited and explains how the issues surrounding the topic have shifted within the/5. violence) tied to ASPD and psychopathy using a psychobiological lens to aid in characterizing pathological processes that give rise to acts of violence.

In reviewing the literature on ASPD and psychopathy and the biological bases of their overlap and. Coercive Treatment in Psychiatry is a much needed contribution to the literature.

The first three sections deal with the conceptual and clinical aspects of coercive treatment, the legal aspects and the ethical aspects of coercive treatment. Structural violence is a term commonly ascribed to Johan Galtung, which he introduced in the article "Violence, Peace, and Peace Research" ().

It refers to a form of violence wherein some social structure or social institution may harm people by preventing them from meeting their basic needs. Institutionalized adultism, ageism, classism, elitism, ethnocentrism, nationalism, speciesism.

Background Violence in acute psychiatric wards affects the safety of other patients and the effectiveness of treatment.

However, there is a wide variation in reported rates of violence in acute psychiatric wards. Objectives To use meta-analysis to estimate the pooled rate of violence in published studies, and examine the characteristics of the participants, and aspects of the studies.

The startling toll on children who witness domestic violence is just now being understood Witnessing abuse carries the same risk of harm to children's mental health and learning as if. More than 1 in 3 women in the United States have been victims of intimate partner violence (IPV), including physical assault, rape, or stalking, according to.

Violence risk assessment has assumed increased prominence during a time of significant changes in psychiatric practice. As the state hospital population declined from a peak ofincommunity mental health centers were often unprepared for the more impaired of the discharged by: The key focus is on understanding violent offending (eg, reactive, proactive, firearm violence) tied to antisocial personality disorder and psychopathy using a psychobiological lens.

Psychobiological Aspects of Antisocial Personality Disorder, Psychopathy, and Violence | Psychiatric TimesCited by: 5. He has written over professional journal articles and book chapters. Resnick contributed two chapters to Clinical Assessment of Malingering and Deception. He received the Isaac Ray Award from the American Psychiatric Association for outstanding contributions to forensic psychiatry and psychiatric aspects of jurisprudence.

Virtually since the dawn of television, parents, teachers, legislators and mental health professionals have wanted to understand the impact of television programs, particularly on special concern has been the portrayal of violence, particularly given psychologist Albert Bandura's work in the s on social learning and the tendency of children to imitate what they see.

Introduction. Aggression is common in inpatient psychiatric hospital settings. Data suggest that between 30% and 76% of psychiatric care staff have been assaulted by a patient at least once in their career (Campbell et al.,Hatch-Maillette et al.,Poster and Ryan, ).The financial cost of patient assault is significant in terms of consequent staff illness or injury (Carmel Cited by:.

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Matthew Goldenberg, from the Yale University School of Medicine, discusses his Los Angeles Times op-ed on why the mental health system in the U.S.

can't be relied on to .Children Who Witness Parental Murder: Posttraumatic Aspects CARL P. Ebook, M.D. In this paper the ebook situation of children witnessing a parent being murdered is examined.

The purposes are to (1) evaluate the psychiatric consequences of such a trauma, in terms of meeting diagnostic criteria, and (2) assess the impact on the affective Cited by: