Prozac on the Couch is a creative, intelligent, and provocative challenge to the notion that biologic psychiatry has . Thought the era of talk therapy was over? Thought you didn't need your unconscious anymore? Think again.
Prozac on the Couch is a creative, intelligent, and provocative challenge to the notion that biologic psychiatry has replaced psychoanalysis as the dominant therapeutic model in psychiatry. n intriguing and challenging work standing at the intersection of medicine, history, culture, and 'gender studies. or those who are looking for fresh perspectives, and who are willing to have their assumptions questioned, this book will be a real education and a pleasure to read. Delese Wear New England Journal of Medicine).
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Disproportionate gender representation was most notable in the 2001 time interval in the American Journal of Psychiatry. Women and white patients were overrepresented compared with psychiatric epidemiologic data in all three countries. The effect of these advertisements on physician perception, diagnosis, and prescribing is unknown but may be substantial. Future advertisements for psychotropic drugs should seek more balanced representations of gender and race. Prozac on the Couch: Prescribing Gender in the Era of Wonder Drugs. March 2007 · The social history of alcohol and drugs.
In Prozac on the Couch, psychiatrist Jonathan Michel Metzl boldly challenges recent psychiatric . It was in the 1950s, Metzl points out, that traditional psychoanalysis had the most sway over the American imagination.
In Prozac on the Couch, psychiatrist Jonathan Michel Metzl boldly challenges recent psychiatric history, showing that there’s a lot of Dr. Freud encapsulated in ry psychotropic medications. Providing a cultural history of treatments for depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses through a look at the professional and popular reception of three wonder drugs -Miltown, Valium, and Prozac-Metzl explains the surprising ways Freudian gender categories and popular gender roles have shaped understandings of these drugs.
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Metzl, Jonathan M. (2003-06). This paper provides a brief visual history of the ways women patients, and specifically women patients whose marital status is identified in conjunction with their "illness," have been constructed as abnormal in the images. Related Items in Google Scholar. Весь DSpace Сообщества и коллекции Авторы Названия By Creation Date Эта коллекция Авторы Названия By Creation Date.
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