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Published January, 2012
By Ian Schott and Robert Youngston
Publisher: Robinson Publishing
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A doctor removes the normal, healthy side of a patient's brain instead of the malignant tumor. A man whose leg is scheduled for amputation wakes up to find his healthy leg removed. These examples are part of a history of medical disasters as old as the profession itself. This title offers an account of medical mishap in modern times.

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Published July, 2011
By Michael Sparrow
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Dr Sparrow guides us through the daily rounds of the weird and wonderful in his practice on the Devon/Cornwall border.

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Published July, 2011
By Michael Sparrow
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From coping with the suicide of a colleague to the unusual whereabouts of a jar of Coleman's mustard, this is the story of one rural doctor's often misguided attempts to make sense of the career in which he has unwittingly found himself.

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Published April, 2011
By Helen Kennerley
Publisher: Robinson Publishing
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Offers guidance for those who have experienced trauma as a child, be it emotional, physical or sexual. This guide looks at the psychological impact of childhood trauma and also offers some helpful strategies, based on CBT, to help the sufferer start on the road to recovery. It contains useful information on how to get specialist help.

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Published March, 2011
By Ethan Watters
Publisher: Robinson Publishing
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Reveals that the most devastating consequence of the spread of US culture has been the bulldozing of the human psyche itself: it is in the process of homogenizing the way the world goes mad. This title documents how American interventions have discounted and worked to change indigenous beliefs, often at a dizzying rate.

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Published March, 2010
By Jan Scott
Publisher: Robinson Publishing
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A self-help manual for those who have experienced mood swings and gives background information on depression and mania. It uses tried and tested practical techniques that can help people identify and manage their mood more effectively, and achieve a more stable emotional state. It contains a complete self-help programme and monitoring sheets.

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Published November, 2009
By Gillian Todd and Leonora Brosan
Publisher: Robinson Publishing
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We all need some stress to get us going, but too much can disrupt our lives almost without our realising it. Using well-developed methods of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy this book demonstrates how to recognise what happens when we are stressed. It describes how to change how we think, feel and act so our lives become more enjoyable and effective.

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Published January, 2009
By Rob Willson, David Veale and Alex Clarke
Publisher: Robinson Publishing
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Many people occasionally suffer from a negative body self-image but, for an increasing number of people, this can turn into a more serious preoccupation. However, they can be successfully treated with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). This book addresses CBT.

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Published June, 2008
By Cordelia Fine and Britannica
Publisher: Robinson Publishing
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Several advances have occurred in neurology that have allowed scientists to reassess what we really know about the least understood part of the human body. Using technology that allows researchers to see deeper into the physical organ and record discoveries, the theories raise questions concerning consciousness, the mind and neuro-plasticity.

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Published October, 2007
By Sharon Begley
Publisher: Robinson Publishing
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Experiments in neuroplasticity reveal that the brain is capable not only of altering its structure but also of generating new neurons, even into old age. This book documents how this fundamental paradigm shift is transforming both our understanding of the human mind and our approach to deep-seated emotional, cognitive, and behavioural problems.

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