Phenomenology of temporality and dimensional psychopathology
This chapter discusses the question of temporality from a phenomenological point of view, in which the experience of lived time is regarded as a core feature of various manifestations of mental illness. The modern and widespread categorical nosology in psychiatry tends to segment a person into different behavioural criteria, whilst lacking a holistic comprehension of the person. Dimensional psychopathology offers a less anatomic vision of the patient; however, a phenomenological approach, beneficially integrated, could achieve a deeper understanding of the structural aspects of various mental disorders and maximise the efficacy of therapeutic intervention.
Fuchs, T. , Pallagrosi, M. (2018)., Phenomenology of temporality and dimensional psychopathology, in M. Biondi, M. Pasquini & A. Picardi (eds.), Dimensional psychopathology, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 287-300.
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