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Editors: Louis Gottschalk (Dept. of Psychiatry, Univ. of California, Irvine) and Robert J. Bechtel (Soar Technology, Ann Arbor, MI)
Book Description:
The aims of this book are to introduce and illustrate a computerized methodology that is designed to measure the magnitude of diverse mental states, emotions, and neuropsychiatric dimensions from the content analysis of speech and verbal texts. The groundwork for such an enterprise originated in the early 1950ís when Louis A. Gottschalk, at the National Institute of Mental Health at the time, became involved in trying to determine and understand how the arousal of emotions could trigger epileptic seizures in some patients. He soon realized that there were no adequate methods available to measure the magnitude of emotions, and he resolved to evolve a valid procedure to do so.

Table of Contents:
Preface
Introduction

Chapter 1. Psychoanalysis and Computerized Content Analysis of Natural Language and the Measurement of Neurobiological Dimensions; pp. 5-17
(Louis A. Gottschalk, Univ. of California, Irvine)

Chapter 2. A Narcissism Scale Applicable to the Content Analysis of Speech and Verbal Texts; pp. 19-28
(Louis A. Gottschalk, Univ. of California, Robert J. Bechtel, GB Software LLC and Soar Technology Inc.)

Chapter 3. The Content Analysis of Verbal Behavior in Psychotherapy Sessions: Machine Scoring vs. Hand Scoring; pp. 29-38
(Julia C. Hoigaard, Univ. of California, Irvine)

Chapter 4. The Effects of Inclusion and Exclusion of Ambiguous Expressions on Computerized Scoring in the Psychiatric Content Analysis and Diagnosis (PCAD) Software; pp. 39-42
(Robert J. Bechtel and Louis A. Gottschalk)

Chapter 5. Cognitive-Affective Correlates of Meaningfulness in life in Chronic Somatic Disease; pp. 43-55
(Anita Galuszka, Silesian University)

Chapter 6. Confrontive and Avoidant Coping with Illness and Emotional State in Postmyocardial Infarction Patients; pp. 57-65
(Ewa Gwozdecka, Silesian University)

Chapter 7. A Clinical Application of the Computerized Gottschalk-Gleser Scales in Israel: Their Relationship to Diagnostic Groups Using Different Prompts; pp. 67-81
(Uwe Hentschel, Univ. of Leiden and Sharon Galor, Univ. of Innsbruck)

Chapter 8. Computerized Content Analysis of Speech for the Assessment of Mental Function in Multiple Sclerosis Patients; pp. 83-91
(Stanley van den Noort, Univ. of California, Irvine and Louis A. Gottschalk, Robert J. Bechtel)

Chapter 9. Computerized Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; pp. 93-109
(Louis A. Gottschalk and Robert J. Bechtel)

Chapter 10. Risk Assessment of Threatening Communications from FBI case Files Using Gottschalk-Gleser Content Analysis Scales; pp. 111-121
(Sharon S. Smith, Forensic Psycholinguistics, LLC)

Chapter 11. Computerized Psychiatric Content Analysis and Diagnosis in an Investigative Environment; pp. 123-131
(Dale L. Tunnell, Forensitec)

Chapter 12. Forensic Psychiatric Examination of the Noncompliant Examinee: Application of Computerized Content Analysis; pp. 133-139
(Nathan E. Lavid)

Chapter 13. Computerized Content Analysis of the Speech and Writings of Cho Seung-Hui; pp. 141-158
(Louis A. Gottschalk and Robert J. Bechtel)

Chapter 14. A Computerized Content Analysis of Selected Portions of the New American Bible; pp. 159-177
(Louis A. Gottschalk and Robert J. Bechtel)

Index pp.179-190

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2008
   Pages: 190 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60456-650-5
   Status: AV
  
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