- Pickens, Therí. A. (2014, Jun. 6). In "It's a Jungle Out There:" Blackness and Disability in Monk. Retrieved Month. 7, Year, from http://dsq-sds.org/article/view/3391/3269
- (Year, Month. Day ). In PTSD and Panic Attacks - Topic Overview. (chap. Anxiety & Panic DisoPTSD and Panic Attacks - Topic Overview) Retrieved Jun. 7, 2014, from http://www.webmd.com/anxiety-panic/tc/ptsd-and-pan
This article specifically focuses on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The symptoms of PTSD include chest pain, increased heart rate, difficulty in breathing, nausea, etc. the treatment includes various relaxation therapy, behavioral modification and medication.
- Haynes, Natalie (2012, May. 29). In Natalie Haynes's guide to TV detectives: #10 – Adrian Monk. Retrieved Jun. 7, 2014, from http://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/tvandradio
In this article, Natalie gives a complete guide of the show and takes 10 points to describe the character’s demography, behavior and medical conditions. She shows interest in obsessive compulsive behavior of Monk and how it affects the life of a detective troubled by difficult cases. His assistants are also depicted in the article. Many other attractions of the show include the mysteries, phobias and catchphrases.
- Brewington, Emily.. (2013, May 1). Case Study: Adrian Monk. Prezi.
In this particular case study, Emily presents a complete list of disorders Monk is suffering from. This includes OCD, anxiety disorder, Panic attacks, difficulty to cope up with job, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. She also advises the treatment regimen for him. This treatment schedule includes cognitive-behavior therapy and medication.
- Hewitt, Chris. K. (2004, Jan. 15). In OCD gets a high profile, but it's often wrong. Retrieved Jun. 7, 2014, from http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2004-01-15/feat
In this review, Monk’s character painted with shadows of the dark side of his brain that is his OCD behavior. He also describes Monk’s long list of phobias from different small things. He also mentions that how the character is made more dramatic than realistic. The author makes a wide comparison between Ridley Scott’s views of ‘Matchstick Man’ and Monk’s character. He pressures on the point about the ability of the character to deal with the people around them.
- Jennibeth.. (2010, Jul 22). The Psychological Disorder of Adrian Monk. Scribd. 1-7. Retrieved Jun 7, 2014,
The article is focused on the psychological disorders of Adrian Monk’s character. She takes complete psychological profile on Monk and draws various conclusions. She has developed history, classical symptoms and possible treatments for these disorders. She also talks about probable prognosis of this situation.