Home > Rights > Public Performance Rights >

Clinical Impressions: Identifying Mental Illness

Clinical Impressions: Identifying Mental Illness

 
Our Price: $300.00
Year: 2008

Availability:: Usually ships in 1 to 2 weeks
Product Code: 978-1-60825-558-0


Fund:

Enter Fund Code above (optional)

PO:

Enter line item PO# above (optional)

Location:

Enter Location Code above (optional)

Instructions:

Enter Instructions above (optional)

 
Description Institutional/Public Performance Rights
 
How long can mental illness stay hidden, especially from the eyes of trained experts? This program rejoins a group of ten adults—five of them healthy and five of them with histories of mental illness—as psychiatric specialists try to spot and correctly diagnose the latter. Administering a series of collaborative and one-on-one tests, including assessments of personality type, physical self-image, and rational thinking, the panel gradually makes decisions about who suffers from depression, bipolar disorder, bulimia, and social anxiety. At the conclusion of the program, the professionals confess to a wariness of their own diagnosis methods, and labels of “sick” and “normal” are seen in a new light. A BBC/Science Channel Co-production. Part 2 of the series How Mad Are You? A Search for Insanity.
Additional Information
  • 50 min.
  • Subtitles

Product Options:
MARC Record - Level 1
Our Price: $3.30 per title

Add
MARC Record - Level 1


Browse for more products in the same category as this item:

Rights > Public Performance Rights
Browse by subject > Instructional > Psychology
Browse by subject > Instructional
Rights
Loading...