Psychiatric Disorders and Mental Health

  • Harold Kallman
  • Harris S. Goldstein


Family practice is distinguished from other medical specialties by its attention to individuals in a family rather than to specific organs or diseases. As a consequence of this broader view, family practice has emphasized aspects of human behavior that other specialties have traditionally avoided: the areas of human emotions and feelings.


Family Physician Personality Disorder Personality Type Premature Ejaculation Psychotic Episode 
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  • Harold Kallman
  • Harris S. Goldstein

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