Section One: Concepts and Method. 1. Fundamental Concepts of Descriptive Psychopathology 2.Eliciting the Symptoms of Mental Illness Section Two: Consciousness and Cognition 3.Consciousness and Disturbed Consciousness 4. Attention, Concentration, Orientation and Sleep 5.Disturbance of Memory Section Three: Awareness of Reality: Time, Perception and Judgement 6.Disorder of Time 7.Pathology of Perception 8. Delusions and Other Erroneous Ideas 9. Disorder of the Thinking Process 10.Disorder of Speech and Language 11. Insight Section Four: Self and Body 12. The Disordered Self 13. Depersonalization 14. Disorder of the Awareness of the Body 15. The Psychopathology of Pain Section Five: Emotions and Action 16. Affect and Emotional Disorders 17. Anxiety, Panic, Irritability, Phobia and Obsession 18. Disorders of Volition and Execution Section Six: Variations of Human Nature 19. The Expression of Disordered Personality Section Seven: Diagnosis 20. Psychopathology and Diagnosis
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