Mental Disorders of the New Millennium, Volume 3
Thomas G. Plante
Praeger, 2006 - Mental illness - 296 pages
Contains twelve articles written for the educated lay audience on topics related to contemporary mental disorders, focusing on biology and function, with discussion of postpartum depression, autism, eating disorders, body dysmorphia, and other subjects.
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