A Paradigm Case Formulation of Parkinson's Disease

Davisk, K. / Published 2018 / Presentation

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Presenter Keith Davis, Ph.D.
Date October 12, 2018
Abstract: In Ossorio’s classic work on the Paradigm Case Formulation (PCF), he suggested three rules of thumb: “(a) choose a complex case, (b) start with an indubitable case, and (c) choose a primary or archetypical case” [BoP, pp. 29-30].The task of this project is to present a way of organizing the variety and distinctiveness of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) so that we can see meaningful patterns relevant to treatments & PD’s etiology.
References and Related
Ossorio, P.G. (2006/2013). The Behavior of Persons. Ann Arbor, MI: Descriptive Psychology Press. (Previously published as Ossorio, P.G. (2006). The Behavior of Persons: The Collected Works of Peter G. Ossorio (Vol. V). Ann Arbor, MI: Descriptive Psychology Press.)