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Year : 2015  |  Volume : 13  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 208-218
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Indian Womanhood: Some Psychological Concepts

Dhanalakshmi De Sousa and Avinash De Sousa [(p16-22)]

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  2. Poduval J, Poduval M. Working mothers: How much working, how much mothers, and where is the womanhood? Mens Sana Monogr 2009;7:63-79.
  3. Rahman Q. The neurodevelopment of human sexual orientation. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2005;29:1057-66.
  4. Schulte-Rόther M, Markowitsch HJ, Shah NJ, Fink GR, Piefke M. Gender differences in brain networks supporting empathy. Neuroimage 2008;42:393-403.
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Looking Back at the Years 1970-1984: A Personal View

Prakash
V. Pradhan [(p23-30)]

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  2. Bagadia VN, Ayyar KS, Dhawale KM, Pradhan PV. Treatment of 26 cases of male sexual dysfunction by behaviour modification techniques. Indian J Psychiatry 1983;25:29-33.
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  4. Bagadia VN, Bhat R, Ghadiyali HN, Pradhan PV, Shah LP. A comparative double - Blind trial of pimozide and trifluperazine in maintenance treatment of schizophrenia. Indian J Psychiatry 1976;18:199-203.
  5. Bagadia VN, Bhat R, Pradhan PV, Shah LP. 'Piportial' injection (19552-RP) - A depot neuroleptic in schizophenia. Indian J Psychiatry 1979;21:259-61.
  6. Bagadia VN, Dave KP, Pradhan PV, Shah LP. A study of Male patients with sexual problems. Indian J Psychiatry 1972;14:143-51.
  7. Bagadia VN, Dhawle KM, Shah LP, Pradhan PV. Evaluation of disulfiram in the treatment of alcoholism. Indian J Psychiatry 1982;24:242-7.
  8. Bagadia VN, Ghadiali HN, Pradhan PV, Shah LP. A study of the effects of hospitalization on schizophrenic symptomatology. Neurol India 1973;21:209-12.
  9. Bagadia VN, Ghadiyali HN, Pradhan PV, Shah LP. Pimozide (R 6238) in schizophrenia. Indian J Psychiatry 1973;15:319-24.
  10. Bagadia VN, Gopalani J, Pradhan PV, Shah LP. Habitual Use of cannabis indica in psychiatric patients. Indian J Psychiatry 1976;18:141-6.
  11. Bagadia VN, Jeste DV, Charegaonkar AS, Pradhan PV, Shah LP. A psycho - Social study of 180 cases of epilepsy. Indian J Psychiatry 1973;15:391-401.
  12. Bagadia VN, Havaldar PP, Gada MT, Pradhan PV, Shah LP, Dhirwani MK. Diabetes mellitus - A psychosomatic study of 147 cases. J Postgrad Med 1973;21:17-29.
  13. Bagadia VN, Lakdawala PD, Pradhan PV, Mundra VK, Desai NK, Shah LP. Lithium in aggression. Indian J Psychiatry 1983;25:107-9.
  14. Bagadia VN, Mundra VK, Mistry PP, Pradhan PV. Chronic alcoholism: The responder on electrical aversion therapy. Indian J Psychiatry 1979;21:64-9.
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  16. Bagadia VN, Shah LP, Pradhan PV, Gada MT. A double blind controlled study of amoxapine and imipramine in cases of depression. Curr Ther Res 1979;26:417-29.
  17. Gada MT, Agrawal BR, Pradhan PV, Shah LP, Bagadia VN. Report from a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborative Centre for Psychopharmacology in India. Survey of antipsychotic drugs use. Psychopharmacol Bull 1983;19:778-80.
  18. Gada MT, Pradhan PV, Shah LP, Bagadia VN. Antidepressant drugs. Psychopharmacol Bull 1984;20:180-4.
  19. Pradhan PV, Agarwal BR, Munjal PD, et al. Hyperhidrosis - Psychiatric study and behaviour therapy. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 1984;50:134-6.
  20. Pradhan PV, Ayyar KS, Munjal PD, Gopalani JH, Mundra AV, Doshi J, et al. Obsessive compulsive neuroses: Treatment of 28 cases by behaviour therapy. Indian J Psychiatry 1984;26:71-5.
  21. Pradhan PV, Ayyar KS, Bagadia VN. Homosexuality: Treatment by behaviour modification. Indian J Psychiatry 1982a;24:80-3.
  22. Pradhan PV, Ayyar KS, Bagadia VN. Male homosexuality: A psychiatric study of thirteen cases. Indian J Psychiatry 1982b;24:182-6.
  23. Singh AR, Bagadia VN, Pradhan PV, Acharya VN. Death, dying and near death experience - Preliminary report on surveying the need and developing the method. Indian J Psychiatry 1988;30:299-306.
Child: A Learning Model and a Bi-directional Phenomenon

Priyvadan C. Shastri [(p31-47)]

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Postgraduate Training in Psychiatry in India with Focus on Mumbai

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Psychiatric Thoughts in Ancient India

Ravi Abhyankar [(p60-70)]

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Jaina Religion and Psychiatry

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Psychiatry and Law: Past, Present and Future

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Modern Parenthood through the Eyes of a Psychiatrist

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Invest in Family

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Crime and Psychiatry

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The role of a Psychiatric Society: Aligning our aims to needs of the community [(p157-165)]

Henal R. Shah

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Mumbai Psychiatry: Current Obstacles*

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Changing Medical Students' Attitudes to Psychiatry through Newer Teaching Techniques

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