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Anne Harrington’s Mind Fixers: Review - The Atlantic
"Mind Fixers: Psychiatry's Troubled Search for the Biology of Mental Illness by Anne Harrington Norton "
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yesterday by tsuomela
Lecture Collection | Human Behavioral Biology - YouTube
Robert Sapolsky. Watched roughly two thirds of it last year, planning to go through it again and complete it this semester (or summer).
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7 days ago by phnk
Psychodynamics of a Transvestite | American Journal of Psychotherapy
Sign in via OpenAthens; This is the unusual ease of a man suffering from polymorphous perversions with a marked tendency to transvestite fantasies... by E.L. Edelstein.
publishing  medicine  psychiatry  psychology  psychotherapy  politics  philosophy  ideology  journal  research 
12 days ago by asaltydog
Hans Prinzhorn’s Artistry of the Mentally Ill (1922)
Prinzhorn’s groundbreaking study, the first of its kind, gained much attention in avant-garde circles of the time, interesting artists such as Paul Klee, Max Ernst, and Jean Dubuffet. In the 1940s, the latter went on to coin the term Art Brut (Raw Art), which along with the related concept of Outsider Art, has continued to capture the public interest, to the point where it has today (some might say ironically) become a successful art marketing category in its own right.
art  history  psychiatry 
13 days ago by terry
The myth buster
A thorough tribute to the psychologist whose research got homosexuality out of the DSM-III.
lgbt  homosexuality  rainbow  research  gay  history  psychiatry  psychology 
14 days ago by iaskedalice09
N-Acetylcysteine for the Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders: A Review of Current Evidence
Current evidence supports its use as an adjunctive therapy clinically for psychiatric conditions, administered concomitantly with existing medications, with a recommended dosage between 2000 and 2400 mg/day.
psychiatry  supplements  NAC 
14 days ago by porejide
Elite sport is gradually waking up to widespread mental health issues | Sean Ingle | Sport | The Guardian
Administrators are arriving at a better understanding of the extent of anxiety and depression among top sportspeople and a finger is pointing at social media
16 days ago by drcraig

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