Neural networks and psychopathology [electronic resource] : connectionist models in practice and research
- [edited by] Dan J. Stein, Jacques Ludik.
- Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1998.
- Physical description
- xiii, 371 p. : ill.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- List of contributors-- Preface-- Part I. General Concepts:
- 1. Neural networks and psychopathology: an introduction Dan J. Stein and Jacques Ludik--
- 2. The history of neural network research in psychopathology Manfred Spitzer--
- 3. Neural network models in psychiatric diagnosis and symptom recognition Eric Y. H. Chen and German E. Berrios--
- 4. Neural networks and psychopharmacology S. B. G. Park--
- 5. A connectionist view of psychotherapy Franz Caspar--
- 6. Modulatory mechanisms in mental disorders David Hestenes-- Part II. Clinical Disorders:
- 7. The nature of delusions: a hierarchical neural network approach Eric Y. H. Chen and German E. Berrios--
- 8. 'Produced by either God or Satan': neural network approaches to delusional thinking Sophia Vinogradov, John H. Poole and Jason Willis-Shore--
- 9. Neural network modelling of cognitive disinhibition and neurotransmitter dysfunction in obsessive-compulsive disorder Jacques Ludik and Dan J. Stein--
- 10. The fables of Lucy R.: association and disassociation in neural networks Dan Lloyd--
- 11. Neural network analysis of learning in autism Ira L. Cohen--
- 12. Are there common neural mechanisms for learning, epilepsy and Alzheimer's disease? Gene V. Wallenstein and Michael E. Hasselmo-- Epilogue: the patient in the machine: challenges for neurocomputing David V. Forrest-- Index.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Research on connectionist models is one of the most exciting areas in cognitive science, and neural network models of psychopathology have immediate theoretical and empirical appeal. The contributors to this study review theoretical, historical and clinical issues, including the contribution of neural network models to diagnosis, pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. Models are presented for a range of disorders, including schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, dissociative phenomena, autism and Alzheimer's disease. This book will appeal to a broad audience. On the one hand, it will be read with interest by psychiatrists, psychologists and other clinicians and researchers in psychopathology. On the other, it will appeal to those working in cognitive science and artificial intelligence, and particularly those interested in neural network or connectionist models.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publication date
- Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
- 0521571634 (hardback)