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Showing posts with the label mental illness

Nosier than a Nosy Barista? An Ethical Test for Digital Phenotyping Algorithms

Outsider Art: Madness, Marginalization, and Exploitation

The Missing Subject in Schizophrenia

Predicting Psychosis: Exploring Pre-Clinical Signs for Mental Illness

“American Horror Story” in Real Life: Understanding Racialized Views of Mental Illness and Stigma

Nobody Ever Believes This Story: Slam Poetry as a Palimpsestic Space for Mental Illness Identity

Naming the devil: The mental health double bind

Bring back the asylum: A critical analysis of the call for a “return to ‘modern’ institutionalization methods”

The power of a name: Controversies and changes in defining mental illness

Neuroscience and Philosophy of Mind: The Relevance for Neuroethics

In Sickness and in Health – What Jewish Law Can Say about Psychology and Psychiatry

We’re All Mad Here

A Creative Balance

The Violence of Assumed Violence: A Reflection on Reports of Adam Lanza’s Possible Autism

Finding and Naming (Symptom) Constellations

Comment on: Placebo for Psychogenic Illnesses: Why “It’s all in my head” does and doesn’t matter

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