Clinical psychology

Scope Notes: Branch of psychology devoted to the study, diagnosis, and treatment of mental and behavior disorders;frequently clinical psychologists work in a medical setting with psychiatrists and other physicians, and usually have a PhD and additional training in a clinical setting
Broader Term:
ICF I:
  • b1 MENTAL FUNCTIONS
  • s1 STRUCTURES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
  • d1 LEARNING AND APPLYING KNOWLEDGE
  • e5 SERVICES, SYSTEMS AND POLICIES
ICF III:
  • b122 Global psychosocial functions
  • b126 Temperament and personality functions
  • b147 Psychomotor functions
  • b152 Emotional functions
  • s110 Structure of brain
  • e580 Health services, systems and policies
ICF IV:
  • b1260 Extraversion
  • b1261 Agreeableness
  • b1262 Conscientiousness
  • b1263 Psychic stability
  • b1264 Openess to experience
  • b1265 Optimism
  • b1266 Confidence
  • b1267 Trustworthiness
  • b1470 Psychomotor control
  • b1471 Quality of psychomotor function
  • b1520 Appropriateness of emotion
  • b1521 Regulation of emotion
  • b1522 Range of emotion
  • s1100 Structure of cortical lobes
  • e5800 Health services
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