Sciences Basic to Psychiatry

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Churchill Livingstone, 1998 - Medical - 379 pages
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Around 760 candidates sit the MRCPsych Part1 each year, with 560 taking Part 2. In the written papers basic sciences and clinical topics are given equal weight - a good knowledge of basic science is therefore essential for success. Since Sciences Basic to Psychiatry was first published in 1992, it has established itself as probably the most successful among the exam-orientated basic science texts. This new edition builds on that success by strengthening coverage in some areas, and by using better illustration to aid comprehension and learning. Features: * Revised in accordance with new exam syllabus * Clear and readable presentation of the core knowledge necessary for exam success * Particularly highly praised for the chapters on the neurosciences, genetics and statistics * Relevant for both Part 1 and Part 2 * Expansion of chapters on psychology and sociology * More illustrations than previous edition

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