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Published July, 2017
By Allen Frances and Israel W. Charny
Publisher: Lexington Books
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A Democratic Mind: Psychology and Psychiatry with Fewer Meds and More Soul focuses on how an individual lives her life, and on the extent of harm that an individual can inflict on herself or others. In this book, I.W. Charny provides a new lens for understanding regular people rather than treatments that alleviate symptoms.

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Published July, 2017
By Jay Evans Harris
Publisher: Lexington Books
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Harris presents neuroscience findings and reveals fantasy as the brain's default mode as it alters identity during unbearable trauma or loss. The book also presents case histories of cultural conflicts, and examines populist bias vs. elite global influence in a neuropsychoanalytic context.

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Published July, 2017
By Teckyoung Kwon
Publisher: Lexington Books
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Teckyoung Kwon examines Nabokov's use of literary devices that draw upon psychology and biology, characters that imitate Freud or Nabokov in behavior or thought, and Jamesian concepts of time, memory, and consciousness in The Defense, Despair, Lolita, Pale Fire, and Ada.

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Published July, 2017
By Sebastiano Santostefano
Publisher: Lexington Books
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Published June, 2017
By Keekok Lee
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Published April, 2017
By Roxane Richter, Thomas Flowers and Elias Bongmba
Publisher: Lexington Books
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This book examines medical outreach in the condemned witches' village of Gnani in Ghana, focusing on clashes between traditional beliefs, religious tenets, and contemporary medical science. It analyzes questions of stigmatization to explore how disease, injury, and illness relate to social condition and the dialogue surrounding witchcraft.

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Published March, 2017
By Kathryn E. Linder
Publisher: Lexington Books
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Exploring film, television, adult literature, and young adult literature with an analysis grounded in feminist cultural studies, this book unveils the ways in which fictional rampage violence narratives, in context with their urban violence counterparts, communicate adult anxieties about American youth and who represents the "ideal" citizen.

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Published February, 2017
By Lourdes Dolores Follins and Jonathan Mathias Lassiter
Publisher: Lexington Books
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Black LGBT Health in the United States: The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation focuses on the mental, physical, and spiritual aspects of health, and considers both risk and resiliency factors for the Black LGBT population.

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Published February, 2017
By Philip Kuhn
Publisher: Lexington Books
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This book is a study of the early history of psychoanalysis in Britain. It examines the early development of psychoanalytic theories and techniques, provides a revisionist interpretation of their origins, and analyzes some of the first practitioners.

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Published February, 2017
By Jamie Ward
Publisher: Lexington Books
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This book focuses on how military friendships translate from the battlefield into civilian life and how they assist soldiers in gaining peace with the past, happiness in the present, and hope for the future. Ward uses shared stories of comradeship both on and off the battlefield to demonstrate the pivotal role of friendship throughout a lifetime.

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