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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jeffrey P Kahn
|Description:||xiii, 294 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Lions and tigers and bears are not why : angst is the modern echo of evolved social instincts --
Don't stray far from family, home, or safety : panic anxiety --
Follow the leader of the pack : social anxiety --
A sure and tidy nest (clean, arrange, save, and behave) : obsessive-compulsive disorder --
Go along to get along : atypical depression --
Feeling so useless you could die : melancholic depression --
Consciousness lost and instinct run amok : schizophrenia and psychosis --
Happy in the herd : instinctive herds and primeval ignorance --
Climbing to civilization : the rise of reason and the ascent of angst --
Illness and instinct : consciousness has consequences --
Free to choose : how to balance your reason and instinct.
|Responsibility:||Jeffrey P. Kahn.|
This is an interesting book by an author with a wealth of clinical and research experience. He has done a very thorough job on the research behind his theories and express them clearly and
- Anxiety disorders.
- Depression, Mental.
- Anxiety Disorders -- etiology.
- Depressive Disorder -- etiology.