By J Clive Spiegel MD, John M. Kenny MD
Covering each region of the ABPN board examination, the third variation of Psychiatry try out guidance and overview Manual, by Drs. J. Clive Spiegel and John M. Kenny, comprises 1,100 questions, video vignettes, and an internet timed review to organize you for certification or recertification good fortune. You’ll understand precisely what to anticipate while examination day arrives, because of current insurance of the most recent learn in either psychiatry and neurology, in addition to a layout that accurately mimics all points of the written exam.
- Features six checks of one hundred fifty multiple-choice questions each, in addition to 160 multiple-choice questions with regards to case vignettes.
- Allows you to see effects damaged down via subject online, so that you can aim components wanting additional research. Bookmarking and ranking archiving also are to be had on-line.
- Allows you to exclude topics which aren't integrated at the MOC, resembling neuroscience and neurology, so that you can extra narrowly concentration your study.
- Gives clear motives for either insufficient/incorrect and proper answers, and gives urged readings from key textbooks.
- Reflects the most modern examine and medical practice in either psychiatry and neurology.
- NEW! 8 new video vignettes that includes sufferer interviews, each one with accompanying multiple-choice questions.
- NEW! All questions when it comes to diagnostic standards were updated to the DSM-5.
- Expert seek advice publication model integrated with buy. This superior book event allows you to go looking all the textual content, figures, photographs, and references from the booklet on quite a few units.
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