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Sleep Paralysis: Night-mares, Nocebos, and the Mind-Body Connection (Studies in Medical Anthropology) Paperback – November 10, 2010
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It's impossible for me not to mention that I have written a self-help book on SP by the same name -- yet I would without hesitation recommend this book for readers looking for the most up-to-date scholarly book on the topic, including some top notch historical data on this phenomenon. In particular, Adler's case-study of the Hmong tragedy in the 1980s is a powerful contribution to integrative medicine, as it shows the intricate ways that culture, biology an-- in particular -- individual beliefs can co-create reality: for better or worse.
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gift for a grandchild studying psychology in college. she thinks it is great. book arrived safely and before expected datePublished 1 month ago by Mary H.
Adler's book was really a more scientific and thorough discussion of the problem of sleep paralysis than was Michael Beloved's Hindu garbage.Published on August 3, 2013 by Willie Smith