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Volume 90 | Number 6 | November-December 2002

Psychiatry on the Couch

Arthur Kleinman

A review of The Unbalanced Mind, by Julian Leff; Creating Mental Illness, by Allan V. Horwitz; Mad in America: Bad Science, Bad Medicine, and the Enduring Mistreatment of the Mentally Ill, by Robert Whitaker; and Out of Its Mind: Psychiatry in Crisis. A Call for Reform, by J. Allan Hobson and Jonathan A. Leonard.

The Planet Next Door

Harry Y. McSween, Jr.

A review of Mapping Mars, by Oliver Morton

Sound Health

Scott Nixon

A review of This Fine Piece of Water: An Environmental History of Long Island Sound, by Tom Andersen

Not All Equations Are Equal

Robert Osserman

A review of It Must Be Beautiful: Great Equations of Modern Science, edited by Graham Farmelo

Total Records : 14


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