Loebel Bibliography

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Andreasen, N. 1997: ‘Linking mind and brain in the study of mental illness: a project for a scientific psychopathology’, Science 275/5306: 1586–93.
Apter-Levy, Y., Feldman, M., Vakart, A., Ebstein, R.P. and Feldman, R. 2013: ‘Impact of maternal depression across the first 6 years of life on the child’s mental health, social engagement, and empathy: the moderating role of oxytocin’, American Journal of Psychiatry, 12th July (Epub ahead of print).
Bennett, M.R. and Hacker, P.M.S. 2003: Philosophical Foundations of Neuroscience (Oxford: Blackwell).
Broome, M.R. and Bortolotti, L. 2009: ‘Mental illness as mental: in defence of psychological realism’, Humana.Mente 11: 25–43.
Caspi, A., McClay, J., Moffitt, T.E., Mill, J., Martin, J., Craig, I.W., Taylor, A. and Poulton, R. 2002: ‘Role of genotype in the cycle of violence in maltreated children’, Science 297/5582: 851–54.
Churchland, P.S. 1986: Neurophilosophy: Toward a Unified Science of the Mind/Brain (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press).
Cooper, R. 2007: Psychiatry and Philosophy of Science (King’s Lynn: Acumen)
Crane, T. and Mellor, D.H. 1990: ‘There is no question of physicalism’, Mind 99/394: 185–206.
Darden, L. and Maull, N. 1977: ‘Interfield theories’, Philosophy of Science 44/1: 43–64.
Dennett, D. 1981: ‘True believers: the intentional strategy and why it works’, in Haugeland, J. (ed.) 1997: Mind Design II (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press): 57–79.
Engel, G. 1977: ‘The need for a new medical model: a challenge for biomedicine’, Science 196/4286: 129–36.
—— 1978: ‘The biopsychosocial model and the education of health professionals’, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 310: 169–81; reprinted in General Hospital Psychiatry 1/2 (July 1979): 156–65.
Richard M. Frankel, Timothy E. Quill, Susan H. McDaniel, 2003: The Biopsychosocial approach: past, present and future, publ Univ. of Rochester Press,
Gabbard, G.O. 2000: ‘A neurobiologically informed perspective on psychotherapy’, British Journal of Psychiatry 177: 117–22.
—— 2005: ‘Mind, brain, and personality disorders’, American Journal of Psychiatry 162/4: 648–55.
Gabbard, G.O. and Kay, J. 2001: ‘The fate of integrated treatment: whatever happened to the biopsychosocial psychiatrist?’, American Journal of Psychiatry 158/12: 1956–63.
Ghaemi, S.N. 2009: ‘The rise and fall of the biopsychosocial model’, British Journal of Psychiatry 195:3–4.
—— 2010: The Rise and Fall of the Biopsychosocial Model: Reconciling Art and Science in Psychiatry (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press).
—— 2011: ‘The biopsychosocial model in psychiatry: a critique’, Existenz 6/1. Available at http://www.bu.edu/paideia/existenz/volumes/Vol.6-1Ghaemi.html.
Gold, I. 2009: ‘Reduction in psychiatry’, Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 54/8: 506–12.
Graham, G. and Flanagan, O. 2013: ‘Psychiatry and the brain’, OUP Blog, 1st August. Available at http://blog.oup.com/2013/08/psychiatry-brain-dsm-5-rdoc/.
Grinker, R.R. 1965: ‘The sciences of psychiatry: fields, fences and riders’, American Journal of Psychiatry 122/4: 367–76.
Grof, P. 2009: ‘Psychiatry and neuroscience: reductionism or pluralism’, Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 54/8: 503–5.
Haggard, P. 2008: ‘Human volition: towards a neuroscience of free will’, Nature Reviews Neuroscience 9: 934–46.
Hogarty, G.E., Kornblith, S.J., Greenwald, D., DiBarry, A.L., Cooley, S., Ulrich, R.F., Carter, M. and Flesher, S. 1997: ‘Three-year trials of personal therapy among schizophrenic patients living with or independent of family, I: description of study and effects on relapse rates’, American Journal of Psychiatry 154/11: 1504–13.
Hogarty, G.E., Greenwald, D., Ulrich, R.F., Kornblith, S.J., DiBarry, A.L., Cooley, S., Carter, M. and Flesher, S. 1997: ‘Three-year trials of personal therapy among schizophrenic patients living with or independent of family, II: effects on adjustment of patients’, American Journal of Psychiatry 154/11: 1514–24.
Insel, T. 2009: ‘Disruptive insights in psychiatry: transforming a clinical discipline’, Journal of Clinical Investigation 119/4: 700–705.
—— 2013: ‘Transforming diagnosis’, Director’s Blog, National Institute of Mental Health, 29th April. Available at http://www.nimh.nih.gov/about/director/2013/transforming-diagnosis.shtml.
Insel, T. and Quirion, R. 2005: ‘Psychiatry as a clinical neuroscience discipline’, JAMA 294/17: 2221–24.
Jackson, F.1982: ‘Epiphenomenal qualia’, Philosophical Quarterly 32/127: 127–36.
—— 1986: ‘What Mary didn’t know’, Journal of Philosophy 83/5: 291–95.
Kandel, E. 1998: ‘A new intellectual framework for psychiatry’, American Journal of Psychiatry 155/4: 457–69.

Kandel, E. 2001: ‘The molecular biology of memory storage: a dialogue between genes and synapses’, Science 294/5544: 1030–38.
Karlsson, H. and Kamppinen, M. 1995: ‘Biological psychiatry and reductionism: empirical findings and philosophy’, British Journal of Psychiatry 167: 434–38.
Kendler, K.S. 2005: ‘Toward a philosophical structure for psychiatry’, American Journal of Psychiatry 162/3: 433–40.
—— 2008: ‘Explanatory models for psychiatric illness’, American Journal of Psychiatry 165/6: 695–702.
—— 2012: ‘The dappled nature of causes of psychiatric illness: replacing the organic-functional/hardware/software dichotomy with empirically based pluralism’, Molecular Psychiatry 17: 377–88.
Kendler, K.S. and Campbell, J. 2014: ‘Expanding the domain of the understandable in psychiatric illness: an updating of the Jasperian framework of explanation and understanding’, Psychological Medicine 44/1: 1–7.
——2009: Interventionist causal models in psychiatry: Repositioning the mind-body problem. Psychological Medicine 39(6):881–87.
Kendler, K.S. and Parnas, J. 2012: Philosophical issues in psychiatry II: nosology, Oxford University Press
Kendler, K.S., Hettema, J.M., Butera, F., Gardner, C.O., Prescott, C.A. 2003: ‘Life event dimensions of loss, humiliation, entrapment, and danger in the prediction of onsets of major depression and generalized anxiety’, Archives of General Psychiatry 60/8: 789–96.
Leff, J., Kuipers, L., Berkowitz, R., Eberlein-Vries, R. and Sturgeon, D. 1982: ‘A controlled trial of social intervention in the families of schizophrenic patients’, British Journal of Psychiatry 141: 121–34.
Leff, J., Kuipers, L., Berkowitz, R. and Sturgeon, D. 1985: ‘A controlled trial of social intervention in the families of schizophrenic patients: two year follow-up’, British Journal of Psychiatry 146: 594–600.
McClaren, N. 1998: ‘A critical review of the biopsychosocial model’, Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 32: 86–92.
McLaren, N. 2006: ‘Interactive dualism as a partial solution to the mind-brain problem for psychiatry’, Medical Hypotheses 66/6: 1165–73.
—— 2007: Humanizing Madness (Ann Arbor, MI: Loving Healing Press).
McHugh, P.R. and Slavney, P.R. 1998: The Perspectives of Psychiatry (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press).
Maxwell, N. 1966: ‘Physics and common sense’, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 16/64: 295–311.
—— 1968: ‘Understanding sensations’, Australasian Journal of Philosophy 46/2: 127–45.
—— 2000: ‘The mind-body problem and explanatory dualism’, Philosophy 75/291: 49–71.
Meyer, A. 1917: ‘Progress in teaching psychiatry’, Journal of the American Medical Association 69/11: 861–63.
Nagel, E. 1949: ‘The meaning of reduction in the natural sciences’, in Stauffer, R.C. (ed.) Science and Civilization (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press): 99–138.
—— 1961: The Structure of Science: Problems in the Logic of Scientific Explanation (New York, NY: Harcourt, Brace & World).
Nagel, T. 1974: ‘What is it like to be a bat?’ The Philosophical Review 83/4: 435–50.
Nemeroff, C.B. and Vale, W.W. 2005: ‘The neurobiology of depression: inroads to treatment and new drug discovery’, Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 66/suppl 7: 5–13.
Paris, J. 2009: ‘Psychiatry and neuroscience’, Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 54/8: 513–17.
Roache, R. Under review: ‘Psychiatry’s problem with reductionism’.
Shorter, E. 2005: ‘The history of the biopsychosocial approach in medicine: before and after Engel’ in White 2005: 1–20.
Szasz, T. 1960: ‘The myth of mental illness’, American Psychologist 15: 113–18.
—— 1961: The Myth of Mental Illness (London: Paladin).
White, P. (ed.) 2005: Biopsychosocial Medicine (Oxford: Oxford University Press).
—— 1966: ‘“Open-system” psychiatry’, American Journal of Psychoanalysis 26/2: 115–28.
—— 1994: ‘Training of a psychiatrist-psychoanalyst’, Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis 22/2: 343–50.