Descriptive phenomenology

Andrew Sims, Christoph Mundt, Peter Berner, and Arnd Barocka

Principles., ofdescriptive. phenomenology Definitions. . and. . explanations

,Me.n.tal...phe.n.omena..i.n. .health.. and. .cultural ..variation understanding..the ..pati,ent!s..sym,pt,oms

Subjective ..experience... and. .its. categorization

Theoretical,. bases...of. .de,script!ve.„phenomenol,ogy

Disorders.. of..perception Defin.iiisns..of „perceptual ..disturbances

Sensory modalities

Aetiological.. theories..of. hallucination

Disorders... ofmood Disorders.. of..think|ng Types.. ofthinking


Oyeryalued. ..ideas

Phobic and anankastic disorders Disorderof the.. thinkingprocess Language.and speech... disorder Disorders..ot .intellectual.periormance Disorders.. of..self..and.. bodyimage

Disordersof. .self

Disordersof ..awareness...ol the...b,o,d,y Insight

Motor.. symptoms.. and. .signs Disorders.. ofmemory Disorders.. of...consciousness Disorders.. of..a.tte.n.tion...and.. .concentration Chapter.. .References

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Funny Wiring Autism

Autism is a developmental disorder that manifests itself in early childhood and affects the functioning of the brain, primarily in the areas of social interaction and communication. Children with autism look like other children but do not play or behave like other children. They must struggle daily to cope and connect with the world around them.

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