CLASSIFICATIONS SYNDROMIQUES ET CLASSIFICATIONS PSYCHOPATHOLOGIQUES : MALADIE ET SUJET

Abstract : Syndromic classifications and psychopathological classifications: illness and subject. Psychiatry and clinical psychology are confronted with the dual problem of describing illnesses and giving an account of the psychic functioning and evolution of a patient throughout his history and therapy. Syndromic classifications are essential for furnishing information on the nature, origin and development of disorders and can have a predictive value. Conversely, typological classifications often stemming from psychodynamic or phenomenological theories allow us to study more closely the subject's evolution; he is no longer referred to as suffering from a psychosis but as being psychotic. The opposition of these classifications and these languages must by discussed on epistemological, psychopathological and pragmatic levels.
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Guy Gimenez, Jean-Louis Pedinielli, P. Bretagne. CLASSIFICATIONS SYNDROMIQUES ET CLASSIFICATIONS PSYCHOPATHOLOGIQUES : MALADIE ET SUJET. Information Psychiatrique, John Libbey Eurotext, 1999, Maladie et Sujet 75 (3), pp.289-295. ⟨hal-01382501⟩

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