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by Marc D. Feldman and Jacqueline M. Feldman with Roxenne Smith, 270 pp, $23.95, ISBN 0-088048-930-8, Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Press, 1998.
Since the earliest of psychiatric writings, scientist authors have attempted to find unifying themes, sometimes complex and sometimes simple, that explain the bewildering phenomena associated with mental disorders. Unfortunately, many disorders defy the search for a single thread and remain only fragmentarily understood even when well described. Joining the quest, psychiatrists Marc and Jacqueline Feldman (with the aid of Roxenne Smith, a "professional writer") have written more than just another brain and mental illness book, but rather a well-crafted and illustrated clinical discussion of often seen psychiatric symptomatology.
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