Mania: a short history of bipolar disorder, 2008, 296 pages, david healy, jhu press, 2008, ebook
Mania: A Short History of Bipolar Disorder, David Healy, JHU Press, 2008, 0801888220, 9780801888229,296 pages. This provocative history of bipolar disorder illuminates how perceptions of illness, if not theillnesses themselves, are mutable over time. Beginning with the origins of the concept of maniaÐ²Ð‚â€•andthe term maniacÐ²Ð‚â€•in ancient Greek and Roman civilizations, renowned psychiatrist David Healyexamines how concepts of mental afflictions evolved as scientific breakthroughs established connectionsbetween brain function and mental illness. Healy recounts the changing definitions of mania through thecenturies, explores the effects of new terminology and growing public awareness of the disease on culture andsociety, and examines the rise of psychotropic treatments and pharmacological marketing over the past fourdecades. Along the way, Healy clears much of the confusion surrounding bipolar disorder even as he raisescrucial questions about how, why, and by whom the disease is diagnosed. Drawing heavily on primary sourcesand supplemented with interviews and insight gained over HealyÐ²Ð‚â„¢s long career, this lucid and engagingoverview of mania sheds new light on one of humankindÐ²Ð‚â„¢s most vexing ailments.
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Everything You Need to Know about Bipolar Disorder and Manic-depressive Illness , Michael A. Sommers,2003, Juvenile Nonfiction, 64 pages. Defines bipolar disorder and manic-depressive illness, explains how theyeffect teenagers, and how they are treated.
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American Journal Psychiatry Practice Guidelines for the Treatment of Patients with Bipolar Disorder,American Psychiatric Association, 2002, Medical, 56 pages. .
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