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Breaking Bad News

Bad news can be perceived differently by different people. Scientific reports suggest that the manner in which a physician breaks the bad news contributes to the patient an... read more

Somatoform Disorders

Somatoform disorders are a group of psychological conditions where the physical symptoms are present in the patient and it cannot be attributed to any medical condition or ... read more

Elements of Social Interaction

Social Interaction is defined by Gettyes and Dawson as a process by which human interpenetrate the minds of each other. According to Corkiness, social interaction is define... read more

Social Institutions

Social institutions are a collection of different sources of knowledge, information, skills and values that affect an individual and define how an individual would behave i... read more

Culture and Society

Our relationships with each other, how we define outsiders, our norms and our values are largely dependent on our ‘culture’. However, culture is a vague word that needs to ... read more

Antipsychotics

Antipsychotic drugs have been used to treat schizophrenia for many decades. However, they have other uses too, including the treatment of bipolar disorder. Antipsychotic dr... read more

Antidepressants

The lifetime prevalence for major depressive disorders that require treatment falls within 12 – 17 %. Therefore, every clinically active physician will come in contact with... read more

Affective Disorders

The amplitude of mood and energy level is different in every individual – sometimes a bit higher, sometimes lower, sometimes changing, and for some people rather stable. Ho... read more



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