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Suspicious Minds: Madness, Society, and the Limits of Neuroscience
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The life you live can spur psychosis; mental illness is not purely a biological problem. With fascinating case-histories and the latest research, psychiatrist brothers Ian and Joel Gold take us on a wild journey through the psychotic brain to explain...

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9/1/2013
Hardcover, Unabridged
Free Press
Psychology
288
9781439181553
1439181551
8.98" L x 5.99" W
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Suspicious Minds: Madness, Society, and the Limits of Neuroscience

Suspicious Minds: Madness, Society, and the Limits of Neuroscience

Hardcover
Joel Gold; Ian Gold
Free Press