The Need for Toughmindedness in Psychiatric Thinking

  title={The Need for Toughmindedness in Psychiatric Thinking},
  author={Samuel B. Guze},
  journal={Southern Medical Journal},
  • S. Guze
  • Published 1 June 1970
  • Psychology
  • Southern Medical Journal
The Death of Specificity in Psychiatry: cheers or tears?
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  • Psychology, Medicine
    Perspectives in biology and medicine
  • 2012
Although the switch from a categorical diagnostic system to a dimensional system has not been formalized, it seems to have already occurred in practice.
ADHD Symptoms in a Non-Referred Low Birthweight/Preterm Cohort: Longitudinal Profiles, Outcomes, and Associated Features
The persistent inattentive class was distinctively associated with poor functioning, motor problems, other psychiatric disorders, and social difficulties as indexed by a positive screen for autism spectrum disorder at 16.
Fifty psychological and psychiatric terms to avoid: a list of inaccurate, misleading, misused, ambiguous, and logically confused words and phrases
A provisional list of 50 commonly used terms in psychology, psychiatry, and allied fields that should be avoided, or at most used sparingly and with explicit caveats is presented.
Genetics, antisocial personality, and criminal responsibility.
  • S. Dinwiddie
  • Psychology, Biology
    The Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
  • 1996
The differing conceptual frameworks of behavioral genetics and the law are described, and the implications that current research in behavioral genetics may have for assigning responsibility for unlawful behavior are discussed.