Monday, February 22, 2010

Can psychiatry be a science?

Louis Menand discusses a boatload of psychopharmacology books, including Gary Greenberg's excellent (and very funny) Manufacturing Depression, in this week's New Yorker.

1 comment:

Dr. Matt said...

Favourite passage, and personal philosophy: "In the Hippocratic tradition, melancholics were advised to drink white wine, in order to counteract the black bile. (This remains an option.)"