by Peter D. Kramer
Paperback, 409 pages, Penguin Group USA, List Price: $17 |
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In debating the proper uses of the antidepressant drug, Prozac, a practicing psychiatrist explores what the personality-altering effects of such psychotherapeutic drugs reveal about intelligence and the nature of the self
July 25, 2008 Depression is said to affect more than 20 million people in the United States, but psychiatrist James Gordon argues that it's not disease. In his book, Unstuck, Gordon makes the case that most people don't need drugs to feel better.
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