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Paranoia

A Journey into Extreme Mistrust and Anxiety

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'Paranoia reads rather like early Oliver Sacks… Freeman does a lot of citing of his own case studies and surveys, which are fascinating; offers a little bit of the history of the treatment of certain kinds of mental illness, which is shocking; and reveals how and why the Covid-19 pandemic has proved to be absolutely devastating to our sense of trust, which is highly disturbing'

Spectator

'Anyone who’s been a hack as long as me (sixty-five years and counting) reckons we can spot paranoia when we see it. But we need Daniel Freeman to tell us how to recognise the real thing. He doesn’t only write from experience. He knows how to deal with it. A truly important book’

JOHN HUMPHRYS

‘Daniel Freeman’s remarkable new book offers a front row seat for his groundbreaking research and recounts a compelling, and endearingly personal, account of supporting those affected by the experience of extreme mistrust. It is a superb achievement: intimate yet expansive, and a true testament to the transformational power of empathy and understanding in the face of fear’

DR ELEANOR LONGDEN, UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER

‘An eye-opening exploration of mistrust from the leading psychologist of paranoia. Daniel Freeman provides a compelling account of paranoia, conspiracy thinking and the crisis of trust now corroding our societies. His superb new book is authoritative and illuminating’

PROFESSOR KIA NOBRE FBA, YALE UNIVERSITY

‘This book busts many assumptions about the nature of psychiatric disease and psychological distress, and their relationship to all of us. A fascinating journey through the scientific method to understand new ways of conceptualising our mental health, and techniques to improve it’

PROFESSOR GUY LESCHZINER, GUY’S AND ST THOMAS’ HOSPITALS

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Detaljer

Forlag
William Collins
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9780008472580
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
24 x 16 cm

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«

'Paranoia reads rather like early Oliver Sacks… Freeman does a lot of citing of his own case studies and surveys, which are fascinating; offers a little bit of the history of the treatment of certain kinds of mental illness, which is shocking; and reveals how and why the Covid-19 pandemic has proved to be absolutely devastating to our sense of trust, which is highly disturbing'

Spectator

'Anyone who’s been a hack as long as me (sixty-five years and counting) reckons we can spot paranoia when we see it. But we need Daniel Freeman to tell us how to recognise the real thing. He doesn’t only write from experience. He knows how to deal with it. A truly important book’

JOHN HUMPHRYS

‘Daniel Freeman’s remarkable new book offers a front row seat for his groundbreaking research and recounts a compelling, and endearingly personal, account of supporting those affected by the experience of extreme mistrust. It is a superb achievement: intimate yet expansive, and a true testament to the transformational power of empathy and understanding in the face of fear’

DR ELEANOR LONGDEN, UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER

‘An eye-opening exploration of mistrust from the leading psychologist of paranoia. Daniel Freeman provides a compelling account of paranoia, conspiracy thinking and the crisis of trust now corroding our societies. His superb new book is authoritative and illuminating’

PROFESSOR KIA NOBRE FBA, YALE UNIVERSITY

‘This book busts many assumptions about the nature of psychiatric disease and psychological distress, and their relationship to all of us. A fascinating journey through the scientific method to understand new ways of conceptualising our mental health, and techniques to improve it’

PROFESSOR GUY LESCHZINER, GUY’S AND ST THOMAS’ HOSPITALS

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