[Brain, mind and symptoms].Rev Neurol. 2006 Apr 1-15; 42(7):439-43.RN
Neuropsychiatry, which is the point where neurology and psychiatry meet, together with other neighbouring disciplines (psychology, anthropology, neurochemistry, neurophysiology, and so forth), are committed to unravelling both the psychopathological definition and the anatomical-physiological foundations of mental symptoms (signs).
This work attempts to review several moments in the history of the localisation of neurology and the difficulties involved in accomplishing a systematisation of mental symptoms.
Further knowledge of this delicate matter--the mind, or more specifically, the sick brain-mind complex--can only be gained by cooperation in a number of different areas (clinical, psychological, philosophical, biochemical, imaging, and so forth).