In Books:
The Emperor’s New Drugs

What if antidepressants were not just too easily available and overly prescribed by doctors—as has been argued in many venues for years now, though to no discernible effect—but didn’t even work? That’s the takeaway premise of psychology professor Irving Kirsch, Ph.D., in his new book, The Emperor’s New Drugs: Exploding the Antidepressant Myth

You can read the full piece on Kirsch’s admittedly dry but fascinating book at Re:Print.

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