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[mass noun] The study and treatment of mental illness, emotional disturbance, and abnormal behaviour.
- ‘Hypochondria today lies in the domain of psychology and psychiatry.’
- ‘If psychiatry is to move forward it is necessary, but not sufficient, to resist state coercion and to listen to patients.’
- ‘One of the real tasks in psychiatry is to be able to sit with and experience people in their entirety, and not as a set of boxes.’
- ‘They entered psychology or psychiatry with an interest in understanding people's behaviour.’
- ‘In modern psychiatry ECT and psychosurgery are used in a much more discriminate and refined manner.’
- ‘Science is sometimes an art, and psychiatry I would say is as much an art as it is a science.’
- ‘Joze was a leading figure in the field of psychiatry of learning disability.’
- ‘In psychiatry different paradigms and approaches to treatment are hotly contested.’
- ‘Treatment of psychiatry is not altering the biochemistry of the brain, it's also healing the soul.’
- ‘Freud, the father of psychiatry believed that there is a competition between a son and a father.’
- ‘Biological psychiatry and psychology need to rediscover the question of cure.’
- ‘Community psychiatry is the victim of too many strong opinions.’
- ‘The Jungian approach to treatment is, again, very different from conventional psychiatry.’
- ‘However, there is a clear conflation of psychiatry / medicine with basic biology.’
- ‘Psychology may have little to gain but much to lose in becoming more like psychiatry.’
- ‘Like every other medical science, psychiatry is there to help people, and is built around the scientific method.’
- ‘American psychiatry is said to have changed from blaming the mother to blaming the brain.’
- ‘Psychotherapy may be in conflict with biomedical psychiatry in its conceptualisation of mental illness.’
- ‘My interest in psychiatry didn't begin with an interest in brain biology.’
- ‘In this country, we fear psychiatry and we fear that it is the peddling ground for pharmaceutical giants.’
Mid 19th century: from Greek psukhē soul, mind + iatreia healing (from iatros healer).
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