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Summer Reading

Some suggested summer reading for those who might be interested in some recent more “advanced” topics: · Neuroscience of emotion, “The emotional life of your brain” by Richie Davidson · Neuroscience of addiction, “Memoirs of an Addicted Brain” by Marc Lewis · Excellent explanation of CRAFT, “Beyond Addiction” by Jeff Foote · Conflict resolution, “I’m Continue Reading

More Psychobabble

The following is an example of the lousy science I so often criticize in the psychiatry literature. It’s adding complexity over and over again. And to be honest smacks of attempts to create more business for people already hurting in a field that has lost its way. Psychiatrists have given up their real asset- talk Continue Reading