Table of contents for Humanizing madness : psychiatry and the cognitive neurosciences : an application of the philosophy of science to psychiatry / by Niall McLaren.

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Introduction	i
I-1. Personal Preliminaries	i
I-2. What Is Psychiatry?	iv
I-3. Theoretical Preliminaries	v
I-4. Summary Of Part I: Psychiatry In Crisis: Intellectual Failure In The
Science Of Mental Disorder	vi
I-5. Summary Of Part II: The Working Mind	vi
I-6. Summary Of Part III: Toward The Future Of Psychiatry	vii
Part I: Psychiatry In Crisis: Intellectual Failure In The Science Of Mental
Disorder.	1
Chapter 1 - Brain Disease, Mental Disease, and The Limits to Biological
Psychiatry	3
1-1. Introduction	3
1-2. Biological Psychiatry In Practice	4
1-2(a). Restricted biological psychiatry.	4
1-2(b). Unrestricted biological psychiatry.	5
1-2(c). Unlimited Biologism: Extreme Reductionism.	8
1-3. Biological Psychiatry And Mind-Brain Identity Theory	9
1-4. Reductionism As The Logic Of Biomedicine	12
1-5. Mental Illness In The Reductionist Biomedical Framework.	14
1-6. Objections To Biological Reductionism In Psychiatry.	16
1-7. Conclusion.	19
Chapter 2 - Behaviorism from the Psychiatric Perspective	21
2-1. Introduction	21
2-2. Early Behaviorism.	22
2-3. Skinner's Radical Behaviorism.	23
2-4. Pavlov's Conditioning Model	29
2-5. Eysenck And The Decline Of Behaviorism	34
2-6. Conclusion.	40
Chapter 3. Mentalism in Psychiatry: Psychoanalysis and Cognitive
Psychology	41
3-1. Introduction.	41
3-2. The Logical Status Of Freudian Psychoanalytic Theory.	42
3-3. Saving Freudian Theory.	43
3-4. Critique Of The Apologists	45
3-5. Other Logical Errors In The Freudian Model.	48
3-6. Modern Mentalism: Cognitive Psychology	49
3-7. Conclusion	51
Chapter 4 - Classic Dualism: Selves and Brains	53
4-1. Introduction	53
4-2. Popper's Case For Dualist Interaction.	54
4-3. Eccles' Outline Of Dualist Interaction.	55
4-4. Metaphysics And Dualist Interaction.	56
4-5. A Note On Skinner's Anti-Dualism.	58
4-6. Conclusion	59
Chapter 5 - The Concept of An Eclectic Psychiatry	61
5-1. Introduction	61
5-2. Eclecticism As A Virtue	61
5-3. Eclecticism As A Vice	62
5-4. Theoretical Eclecticism	63
5-5. Eclectic Research	64
5-6. An Eclectic Psychiatry In Practice	65
5-7. Conclusion	65
Chapter 6: The Biopsychosocial Model In Psychiatry	67
6-1. Introduction	67
6-2.The Need For A Moderate Approach	67
6-3. The Role Of Models In Science	68
6-4. The Biopsychosocial Model	70
6-5. The Concept Of A Model	72
6-6. The End Of The Biopsychosocial Model	73
6-7. Conclusion	74
Chapter 7 - The Categorical System Of Diagnosis: Personality Disorder	77
7-1. Introduction	77
7-2. The Psychiatric Concept Of Categories	79
7-3. Categories Of Personality Disorder.	81
7-4. Discussion Of Categories Of Personality Disorder	83
7-5. Alternatives To Categories: The Dimensional Approach	86
7-6. The Limits Of Dimensional Models:	89
7-7. Conclusion	89
Chapter 8 - When Does Self-Deception Become Culpable?	91
8-1. Introduction and Review	91
8-2. Caveats	92
8-3. The Place Of Criticism In Psychiatry	93
8-4. The Biopsychosocial Model In Contemporary Psychiatry	94
8-5. Critique Of The Place Of Biopsychosocialism In Psychiatry	96
8-6. Conclusion	98
Part II: The Working Mind	99
Chapter 9 - Functionalism And The Nature Of Control In Human Behavior
	101
9-1. Introduction	101
9-2. Functionalism	102
9-3. Problems Of Functionalism	103
9-4. Getting Around the Problems	105
9-5. Experience and Functionalism	107
9-6. Conclusions: Functionalism Fails	107
Chapter 10 - Dualism	111
10-1: Introduction: Dualism Reemergent.	111
10-2. Property Dualism	111
10-4: Expanding Materialist Science	114
10-5. Consciousness As A Category Error	116
10-6. The Paradox Of Phenomenal Judgment.	119
10-7: Future Directions	122
10-8. Conclusion.	123
Chapter 11 - The Effable And The Ineffable: Property Dualism And Self-
Control.	125
11-1. Introduction:	125
11-2. The Phenomenal And The Psychological	125
11-3. The Psychological Realm In Action	128
11-4. The Phenomenal Realm In Action.	132
11-5. The Psychological And The Phenomenal In Concert	135
11-6. The Sense Of Self	137
11-7: Summary	139
Chapter 12 - Interactive Dualism As A Partial Solution To The Mind-Brain
Problem	141
12-1. Introduction	141
12-2. Functionalism	141
12-3. Natural Dualism	142
12-4. Tasks Of A Theory Of Mind	143
12-5. Turing's Automated, Non-Conscious Decision-Maker:	145
12-6. Generating Conscious Experience	147
12-7. The Emergence Of A Biocognitive Model	150
12-8. Conclusion	152
Part III: Toward The Future Of Psychiatry	153
Chapter 13 - Personality Disorder	155
13-1: Defining The Problem	155
13-2: Solving The Problem.	156
13-3: Personality Disorder	158
13-4: Summary	162
Chapter 14 - Anxiety	163
14-1: Introduction.	163
14-2: Explaining Normal Anxiety	163
14-3. The Psychophysiology Of Normal Anxiety	169
14-4. The Descriptive Psychophysiology Of Abnormal Anxiety	175
14-5. Explaining Abnormal Anxiety Responses	179
14-6. Conclusion	187
Chapter 15 - Depression	189
15-1: Introduction	189
15-2. The Depressive Syndrome As Absence Of Pleasure	190
15-3. Depression As The Final Common Pathway.	193
15-4. Conclusion	196
Chapter 16 - Psychosis	199
16-1: Introduction.	199
16-2. The Category Of Psychosis	200
16-3 Conclusion: Everybody Is Right	206
Chapter 17 - Other Myths In Psychiatry	207
17-1: Introduction.	207
17-2. Dissociative Disorders.	207
17-3. Eating Disorders	212
17-4. Addictions And Compulsive Behaviors	216
17-5. The Placebo Response.	218
17-6. Conclusion	221
Index	223

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Psychiatry -- Philosophy.
Psychiatry.
Mind-Body Relations (Metaphysics).
Philosophy, Medical.
Psychological Theory.
Psychophysiology.