|Contributions||Duncan, Glen M,, University of Sydney. Postgraduate Commiteee in Medicine|
|LC Classifications||RC516 M3 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||183|
Jamison worries that we could "risk making the world a blander, more homogenized place if we get rid of the genes for manic-depressive illness"[p. ]. On the other hand, E. Fuller Torrey, a well-known author and schizophrenia researcher, says he "would quite happily lose a van Gogh to treat the disease"(Washington Post Magazine, 4/16/95). Get this from a library! Aspects of depressive illness; a symposium arranged by the Postgraduate Committee in Medicine, University of Sydney, May , ed. by David Maddison and Glen M. Duncan.. [David Maddison; Glen M Duncan; University of Sydney. Post-Graduate Committee in . Subunit 2Culture and Mental Illness Article 4 Cultural Aspects of Depressive Experience and Disorders Anthony J. Marsella University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii, [email protected] Portions of this paper were published in Marsella, A.J., Kaplan, A., & Suarez, E. (). Cultural. Positive aspects of mental illness: A review in bipolar disorder Article Literature Review in Journal of Affective Disorders (3) February .
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