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Table Of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Part I: The Rise of the Biopsychosocial Model
1. The Perils of Open-mindedness: Adolf Meyer's Psychobiology
2. So Many Theories, So Little Time: The Rise of Eclecticism
3. Riding Madly in All Directions: Roy Grinker's "Struggle for Eclecticism"
4. A New Model of Medicine: George Engel's Biopsychosocial Model
5. Before and After: Precursors and Followers of the Biopsychosocial Model
6. Cease-fire: Ending the Psychiatric Civil War
Part II: The Fall of the Biopsychosocial Model
7. Drowning in Data
8. Teaching Eclecticism
9. Psychopharmacology Awry
10. The Vagaries of the Real World
Part III: What Next?
11. The Limits of Evidence-Based Medicine
12. Osler's Ghost
13. The Two Cultures
14. Between Science and the Humanities
15. The Meaning of Meaning: Verstehen Explained
16. The Beginning of a Solution: Method-Based Psychiatry
17. A New Psychiatric Humanism
Afterword: Pre-empting the Straw Man
Appendix: How Can We Teach It? A Proposal for Education of Psychiatrists
Notes
A Brief Glossary of Concepts
References
Index