Listening to Prozac

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Penguin Books, 1993 - Antidepressants - 409 pages
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A psychiatrist who has worked with psychotherapeutic drugs for over 15 years examines the implications of chemical modification on intelligence and personality by Prozac--one of the most widely-prescribed drugs for the mind. "A fascinating, well-crafted . . . contribution to our understanding of personality".--The New York Observer.

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Kramer, a practicing psychiatrist, finds that the antidepressant Prozac is a powerful drug that lifts the veil of depression from most patients without significant side effects. While he ... Read full review

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I just finnished this book after a slow summer read. Kramer has a absolutely eloquent way with his written language. The book opened my eyes to an amazing new view of psychology despite its 20 years since publication.

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