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Breggin, Peter R., Toxic Psychiatry: Why Therapy, Empathy, and Love Must Replace the Drugs, Electroshock, and Biochemical Theories of the New Psychiatry, St. Martin's Press, 1994.

Breggin, a psychiatrist, argues with the popular view that drugs are the best solution for many mental disorders, which are increasingly thought to be caused by chemical imbalances. He advocates alternate, drug-free methods for assisting the mentally ill. He also challenges schoolteachers, parents, and others who seek chemical solutions to behavior problems.

Brick, John, and Carlton K. Erickson, Drugs, the Brain, and Behavior: The Pharmacology of Abuse and Dependence, Haworth Press, 1998.

This book gives an overview of the relationship between the human brain and behavior, with a special emphasis on the effects of mood-altering substances.

Derosalia, John, Mental Training for Skydiving and Life, SkyMind Publishers, 2001.

This book examines the type of mental training that helps skydivers overcome stressful situations. Using this...

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