“Emerging Ideas in Brain Science”


In Metapsychology Online Reviews, Roy Sugarman discusses the latest Cerebrum Anthology, which examines “Emerging Ideas in Brain Science.” The book, Sugarman writes, covers topics such as gut bacteria, brain inflammation, the political struggles between psychiatry and neuroscience, and scientific fraud.

Review – Cerebrum Anthology 2013: Emerging Ideas in Brain Science (Metapsychology Online Reviews, December 30, 2014)

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  1. “plea for the DSM-V to be enhanced by neuroscience, which fell it seems on deaf ears”
    It didn’t fall on deaf ears – some scientists have tried to do some science based on these categories and got frustrated because there was no way to get any meaningful results (probably because they are not based in biology to begin with?).