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1: Giovanni Stanghellini, Matthew Broome, Anthony Vincent Fernandez, Paolo Fusar Poli, Andrea Raballo, and Rene Rosfort: Introduction Section One: History 2: Roberta de Monticelli: Edmund Husserl 3: Angela Ales Bello: The Role of Psychology According to Edith Stein 4: Anthony Vincent Fernandez: Martin Heidegger 5: Anthony Hatzimoysis: Jean-Paul Sartre 6: Maxine Sheets-Johnstone: Merleau-Ponty, Phenomenology, and Psychopathology 7: Shannon M. Mussett: Simone de Beauvoir 8: John Cutting: Max Scheler 9: Andrzej Wiercinski: Hans-Georg Gadamer 10: Rene Rosfort: Paul Ricoeur 11: Richard A. Cohen: Emmanuel Levinas 12: Federico Leoni: Critiques and Integrations of Phenomenology: Derrida, Foucault, Deleuze 13: Matthias Bormuth: Karl Jaspers 14: Annick Urfer-Parnas: Eugene Minkowski 15: Klaus Hoffmann and Roman Knorr: Ludwig Binswanger 16: Franz Mayr: Medard Boss 17: Thomas Fuchs: Erwin Straus 18: Mario Rossi Monti: Ernst Kretschmer 19: Stefano Micali: Hubertus Tellenbach 20: James Phillips: Kimura Bin 21: Martin Heinze: Wolfgang Blankenburg 22: John Foot: Franco Basaglia 23: Lewis R. Gordon: Frantz Fanon 24: Allan Beveridge: R.D. Laing Section Two: Foundations and Methods 25: Anthony Vincent Fernandez and Allan Koster: On the Subject Matter of Phenomenological Psychopathology 26: Dermot Moran: The Phenomenological Approach 28: Anthony Steinbock: Genetic Phenomenology 29: Rene Rosfort: Phenomenology and Hermeneutics 31: Shaun Gallagher: Phenomenology and Cognitive Science 32: Massimiliano Aragona: Phenomenology, Naturalism, and the Neurosciences 33: Sara Heinamaa and Joona Taipale: Normality Section Three: Key-concepts 34: Dan Zahavi: Self 35: Rene Rosfort: Emotion 36: Roberta Lanfredini: The Unconscious in Phenomenology 37: Joel Krueger: Intentionality 38: Rene Rosfort: Personhood 39: Francesca Brencio: Befindlichkeit: Disposition 40: KWM (Bill) Fulford and Giovanni Stanghellini: Values and Values-based Practice 41: Eric Matthews: Embodiment 42: Katerina Deligiorgi: Autonomy 43: Soren Overgaard and Mads Gram Henriksen: Alterity 44: Federico Leoni: Time 45: Marcin Moskalewicz: Conscience 46: Christoph Hoerl: Understanding and Explaining Section Four: Descriptive Psychopathology 47: Femi Oyebode: Consciousness and its Disorders 48: Thomas Fuchs: The Experience of Time and its Disorders 49: Julian C. Hughes: Attention, Concentration, Memory, and their Disorders 50: John Cutting: Thought, Speech and Language Disorders 51: Kevin Aho: Affectivity and its Disorders 52: Josef Parnas and Mads Gram Henriksen: Selfhood and its disorders 53: Maria Ines Lopez-Ibor and Dra Julia Picazo Zapinno: Vital Anxiety 54: Aaron Mishara and Yuliya Zaytseva: Hallucinations and Phenomenal Consciousness 55: John Cutting: Bodily Experience and its Disorders 56: Gabor S. Ungvari: The psychopathological concept of catatonia 57: Giovanni Castellini and Valdo Ricca: Eating behavior and its disorders 58: Matthew Ratcliffe: The Phenomenological Clarification of Grief and its Relevance for Psychiatry 59: Giovanni Castellini and Milena Mancini: Gender Dysphoria 60: Maria Luisa Figueira and Luis Madeira: Hysteria, dissociation, conversion and somatisation 61: Claire Ahern, Daniel B. Fassnacht, and Michael Kyrios: Obsessions and phobias 62: Clara S. Humpston: Thoughts without Thinkers: Agency, Ownership and the Paradox of Thought Insertion Section Five: Life-worlds 63: Louis Sass: The Life-World of Persons with Schizophrenia (considered as a Disorder of Basic Self) 64: Thomas Fuchs: The Life-World of Persons with Mood Disorders as Disorders of Temporality 65: Martin Burgy: The Life-World of the Obsessive-Compulsive Person 66: Guilherme Messas, Rafaela Zorzanelli, and Melissa Tamelini: The Life-World of Persons with Hysteria 67: Giovanni Stanghellini and Milena Mancini: The Life-World of persons with borderline personality disorder 68: G. Di Petta: The Life-World of Persons with Drug Addictions 69: Francesco Barale, Davide Broglia, Giulia Zelda De Vidovich, and Stefania Ucelli di Nemi Translated by Martino Rossi Monti: The Life-World of Persons with Autism 70: Giovanni Castellini and Valdo Ricca: Eating disorders as Disorders of Embodiment and Identity Section Six: Clinical Psychopathology Section Editors: Matthew Broome and Paolo Fusar Poli 71: Lennart Jansson: First Rank Symptoms of Schizophrenia 72: Arnaldo Ballerini: Schizophrenic Delusion 73: Mads Gram Henriksen and Josef Parnas: Delusional mood 74: Otto Doerr: Delusion and Mood Disorders 75: Paolo Scudellari: Paranoia 76: Matthew Ratcliffe: Auditory Verbal Hallucinations and their Phenomenological Context 77: Andrea Raballo and Lorenzo Pelizza: Affective temperaments 78: Richard Gipps and Sanneke de Haan: Schizophrenic Autism 79: Mario Rossi: Dysphoria in Borderline Persons Monti and Alessandra D'Agostino 80: Luis Madeira, Ilaria: Psychosis High Risk states Bonoldi, and Barnaby Nelson 81: Gareth S. Owen: Psychopathology and Law 82: Cristina Costa, Sergio Carmenates, Luis Madeira, and Giovanni Stanghellini: Atmospheres and the Clinical Encounter 83: Jerome Englebert: The Psychopathology of Psychopaths 84: Robert D. Stolorow: A Phenomenological-Contextual, Existential, and Ethical Perspective on Emotional Trauma Section Seven: Phenomenological Psychopathology Section Editors: Matthew Broome and Paolo Fusar Poli 85: Georg Northoff: Phenomenological Psychopathology and Neuroscience 86: Massimo Ballerini: Phenomenological Psychopathology and Qualitative Research 87: Julie Nordgaard and Mads Gram Henriksen: Phenomenological Psychopathology and Quantitative Research 88: Giovanni Stanghellini: Phenomenological Psychopathology and Psychotherapy 89: Phenomenological Psychopathology and Psychiatric 90: Jake Jackson: Phenomenological Psychopathology and America's Social Life-World 91: Giovanni Stanghellini: Phenomenological Psychopathology and the Formation of Clinicians 92: Anthony Vincent Fernandez: Phenomenological Psychopathology and Psychiatric Classification 93: Eduardo Iacoponi and Harvey Wickham: Phenomenological Psychopathology and Clinical Decision Making 94: Federico Leoni: Phenomenological Psychopathology and Psychoanalysis 95: Anna Bortolan: Phenomenological Psychopathology and Autobiography 96: Grant Gillett and Patrick Seniuk: Phenomenological Psychopathology, Neuroscience, Psychiatric Disorders and the Intentional Arc 97: Marco O. Bertelli, Johan De Groef, and Elisa Rondini: The phenomenology of Neurodiversity 98: Francesca Ferri and Vittorio Gallese: The Bodily Self in Schizophrenia: From Phenomenology to Neuroscience

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Giovanni Stanghellini, MD and Dr. Phil. honoris causa, psychiatrist, is professor of Dynamic Psychology and Psychopathology at

Reviews

`Psychopathology and phenomenology are central to our understanding of mental illnesses. This volume brings readers an updated knowledge of the field, addressing the relationships between phenomenology, psychopathology, clinical practice, and the patient's lived experience of mental disorders. It provides an insight into the complex phenomenon of psychopathology. The book is impressive in scope and diverse in content and the contributors are all experienced professionals working in this area. Anyone who wants to understand more about these topics needs to read this book. ' Afzal Javed, Consultant Psychiatrist, UK & President Elect World Psychiatric Association `This book is a welcome antidote to reductionism and oversimplification in the research and clinical approach to mental disorders. A treasure of information and reflection - which has been available up to now only to a very small circle of scholars proficient in German and French and having access to rich libraries - has been collected in a single volume. It should become a must-read in psychiatric education and continuing professional development. ' Mario Maj, Professor of Psychiatry and Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry of the University of Naples, Italy and Past President, World Psychiatric Association `Phenomenology is fundamental for identifying psychopathology and is the first step in understanding mental disorders. This is lost in a field where brief assessment is common and psychopathology targets for scientific discovery are shallow. This Handbook provides essential reading addressing an unmet need for depth in psychopathology concepts. Implications for clinical care and research are substantial. ' William T. Carpenter, Jr., MD, Professor of Psychiatry, The University of Maryland School of Medicine, USA `A tour de force of breadth, depth and expertise, this volume provides the most detailed mapping of phenomenological psychopathology to date. Written and edited by major scholars from multiple disciplines, this volume systematically covers the field with unprecedented detail and richness of approaches, authors, and ideas. ' Havi Carel, Professor of Philosophy, University of Bristol, UK

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