Table of contents for Bias in psychiatric diagnosis / edited by Paula J. Caplan and Lisa Cosgrove.


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Acknowledgements
1. Is this really necessary........................................Paula J. Caplan & Lisa Cosgrove
The creation of bias in psychiatric diagnosis
2. The construction of illness: A sociological perspective..................Meadow Linder
3. The deep structure of bias in
psychiatric diagnosis...............................Jeffrey Poland & Paula J. Caplan 
4. Creating Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder ......................................Meadow Linder
5. Abnormal psychology textbooks exclude feminist criticism ...........Autumn Wiley
Legal implications of bias in psychiatric diagnosis
6. Psychiatric diagnosis in the legal system: Help or hindrance?........Emily J. Caplan
7. Diagnosing "Mental Retardation" in death penalty cases................Paula J. Caplan
8. What is it that's being called "Parental Alienation
Syndrome"?...............................................................................Paula J. Caplan
Some forms that bias takes 
9. The intersection of racism and sexism in psychiatric
	diagnosis.............................................................................................Alisha Ali
10. Clinical cases and the intersection of sexism
and racism....................................................................................Nayyar Javed
11. Should racism be called a mental illness?.........................................Wesley A. Profit 
12. Ageism in psychiatric diagnosis............................................Rachel Josefowitz Siegel
13. The psychiatric policing of America's children.............................Louise Armstrong
14. Confusing terms and false dichotomies in learning disabilities........Paula J. Caplan
15. Diagnosis of low-income women.........................................................Heather Bullock
16. Seeking "normal" sexuality on a complex
matrix..................................................William R. Metcalfe & Paula J. Caplan
17. Gender bias and gender ratios in DSM-IV-TR.....Lisa Cosgrove & Bethany Riddle
18. Mislabeling anxiety and depression in rural women............................Nikki Gerrard
Specific labels
19. Bias and "Schizophrenia"........................................................................Jeffrey Poland
20. The truth about "False Memory Syndrome"..............................................Karen Olio
21. Reclaiming the meanings of "self-esteem".................Nayyar Javed & Nikki Gerrard
22. "Agoraphobia"......................................................Maureen McHugh & Lisa Cosgrove
23. "Depression" in women.......................................................................Sarah McSweeney
24. Lessons about sexism: The "eating-disordered" patient..................Judith R. Rabinor
25. The fine line between clinical and subclinical "anorexia"....................... Emily Cohen
26. Misdiagnosis and "histrionic personality".....................................Pamela Reed Gibson
27. "Post-traumatic Stress Disorder": Panacea or problem?..........................Dana Becker
28. Gender bias and context in differential diagnosis....................................Vincent Fish
29. Medicalizing menstrual distress..............................Lisa Cosgrove & Paula J. Caplan
 
Beyond bias: Moving ahead
30. A new view of women's sexual problems...........The Working Group on A New View 
 of Women's Sexual Problems
31. Resisting diagnosis..................................................................................Gloria Anthony
32. The importance of critical inquiry............................................................Lisa Cosgrove
33. "Some future contenders": A coda........................Paula J. Caplan & Wesley A. Profit




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Mental illness Diagnosis Social aspects, Psychodiagnostics Validity, Discrimination