Xu Youxin was born in Hunan in 1928. He graduated from Xiangya Medical College in 1953. After graduation, he engaged in psychiatric work under the guidance of Professor Huang Youqi. He worked in Beijing Medical College in 1956. The first chairman of psychotherapy and Counseling Committee of China Mental Health Association.
Won in 2011
Chinese Medical Association
Pfizer Cup 4th outstanding psychiatrist Award
Psychopathology, neurosis and psychotherapy.
Xu Youxin's scoring criteria for neurosis (disease and non disease scoring criteria)
Neurosis: refers to the persistent psychological conflict, the parties can be aware of this conflict, and feel pain, affect their psychological function and social function, but there is no organic lesions as the basis.
1. Time lasting, often calculated in years, at least not less than three months (anxiety neurosis).
2. Psychological conflict, also known as contradiction, two concepts (such as desire, behavior, emotion, values, etc.) are opposite to each other, and the parties can not make them unified and coordinated.
The usual form of conflict: we can understand that there is a moral difference between one side of the conflict and the other.
Deformation of conflict: it can't be understood, both sides of conflict have no moral tendency, and what can be found from the deformation of conflict is the constant form of conflict.
Neurosis can be manifested as normal or deformed.
3. The client can be aware of the conflict and feel very painful (schizophrenics have no conflict, no pain, do not take the initiative to seek medical treatment, asymptomatic insight).
4. Affect psychological function and social function: such as poor memory, inattention, tension, decreased academic performance, lower work level, interpersonal problems.
Assessment (diagnosis) of neurosis
1. Course of disease:
Less than 3 months is short-term, score: 1
3 months to 1 year is medium range, score: 2
More than one year is long-term, score: 3
2. Degree of mental distress:
Mild - the client can actively try to get rid of, score: 1
Moderate - the client can't get rid of it by himself and needs to get rid of it with the help of others or the change of the mirror. Score: 2
Severe - the client is almost unable to get rid of, even if other people comfort or to cultivate entertainment also does not help, score: 3
3. Social function:
Mild - able to work as usual and slightly hinder interpersonal communication, score: 1
Moderate - impaired social function, decreased work study or interpersonal communication, had to reduce or change work, or only part of the work, or some social occasions had to avoid, score: 2
Severe cases with impaired social function, unable to work and study at all, having to take sick leave to quit school, or completely avoiding some necessary social interaction, score: 3
If the total score is 3, it can not be diagnosed as neurosis. If the total score is more than 6, the diagnosis of neurosis can be established. The patients should be divided into 4-5 suspicious cases. In addition, the assessment of mental distress and social function should at least consider the situation of nearly three months. It is not reliable if the time is too short.
2 psychopathology: analysis of mental symptoms
3 basis of psychotherapy
4 principles and practice of psychological consultation and treatment
Xu Youxin's Anthology
About traditional Chinese Medicine
Psychiatry in ancient China
A brief introduction of psychiatry in China during Jin, southern and Northern Dynasties and Sui and Tang Dynasties
Special topics on schizophrenia
Thinking disorder of schizophrenia
The relationship between speech and thinking in schizophrenic patients
Will disorder in schizophrenia
Clearance rate: an idea of schizophrenia epidemiology
Diagnosis and classification problems
Scandinavian concepts of psychiatric diagnosis
Examples of diagnosis of schizophrenia
A suggestion on the diagnostic criteria of schizophrenia
Transient psychotic disorder
Classification of mental symptoms
Differentiation between schizophrenia and delusional disorder
A descriptive definition of neurosis
Establishment of several diagnostic criteria for neurosis
Preliminary report of clinical study on four kinds of neurosis
Neurosis and path dependence
Changes in the diagnosis of depression
Differential diagnosis of depression
Consistency of diagnosis
Some opinions on the chapter of psychiatry in practical internal medicine
Somatization and related diagnostic problems
Limitations of the mental symptom scale
Comments on peer review of Taoist psychotherapy
The thoughts of Confucius and Laozi: the possibility of application in psychotherapy
Discussion on the article "obsessive compulsive disorder or schizophrenia"
Reality -- a basic concept of psychotherapy
Psychotherapy and learning
Sigmund Freud: some recollections and Prospects
Analysis and reconstruction of Freud's concept of unconsciousness
On the relationship between parents and children
Shame, neurosis and culture
A brief review of the current situation of psychotherapy
Current situation and Countermeasures of psychotherapy in China
On the concept of over price from a case of morbid jealousy
On the definition of delusion
On the definition of hallucination
Disturbance of consciousness
Characteristics of personality disorder
A theory of personality
Reality disorder -- depersonalization and its similar disorder
Status of psychiatric nurses
Dementia and normal aging
The discovery process of psychological disorders in general medical centers
Translation of nouns and international communication
A bird's-eye view of World Mental Health
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