How Everyone Became Depressed

The rise and fall of the nervous breakdown

Psychopathology Travel Report

Many people simply do not believe in such capital diagnoses as “major depression,” or “social anxiety disorder,” as though they were independent illnesses, comparable to measles or tuberculosis. Read More

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Edward Shorter, Ph.D., is the Jason A. Hannah Professor in the History of Medicine at the University of Toronto.


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