This month's long-awaited second edition recently hit the streets, and is well worth the wait.
This book covers most everything from the most basic to the most complex information to date on this vexing condition.
This book would also be excellent for someone who wants to know about bipolar I disorder--manic depressive disorder.
The book is definitive on bipolar disorder and was recommended reading. It has a lot of very useful information. It has been a great help.Published 6 months ago by Lynne Strickland
This book was a gift to my dear friend. The friend felt blessed to receive it, and I privileged to get to provide it. Thank you Dr. Kay Redfield JamisonPublished 16 months ago by jlschuett
I got this book for someone else and they seemed to like it..they read it very quickly so I got them a new bookPublished 19 months ago by AV
I noticed that many of the reviews come from individuals with bipolar. As a psychotherapist and addictions counselor I find this THE text on bipolar disorder. Read morePublished on March 20, 2012 by Ben Thayer
This is a great book, but it's a shame that such a big book of Kindle format doesn't have table of contents. Read morePublished on February 22, 2011 by Yeh Hsu Ling
This is a comprehensive text written for professionals in the field. It is not appropriate for the layman except in conjunction with other material to elaborate on terms and... Read morePublished on November 2, 2010 by Valerie McDonald
I am not a Doctor. The reason I purchased this book was because I wished to fully understand these sort of mood disorders. Read morePublished on January 23, 2010 by Mike Johnson
The second edition of this classic will provide more than any psychiatrist needs to know about Manic-
This book is more important than the DSM and the ICD when it comes to Bipolar. It's mostly for professionals who have to deal with diagnosis and need to understand the illness. Read morePublished on September 5, 2008 by Brett Moore