The Paranoia Switch
How Terror Rewires Our Brains and Reshapes Our Behavior--And How We Can Reclaim Our Courage
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|Format:||Hardback, 240 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 September 2007|
Bestselling author Stout offers a groundbreaking clinical and practical examination of how terror and fear politics affect the biology of the brain. She assures readers that they can interrupt the cycle of trauma and look forward to a future free of fear only by understanding their own paranoia.
Praise for "The Sociopath Next Door"
""The Sociopath Next Door" is a chillingly accurate portrayal of evil-the decent person's guide to indecency. Martha Stout draws upon sound scientific data and clinical experience and her writing is graceful and compelling."
--Jonathan Kellerman, author of "Therapy,"" When the Bough Breaks," and "Monste"r.
"Stout's portraits make a striking impact and readers with unpleasant neighbors or colleagues may find themselves paying close attention to her sociopathic-behavior checklist and suggested coping strategies. Deeply thought-provoking and unexpectedly lyrical."
--"Kirkus Reviews" (starred review)
|Publisher: ||Farrar Straus Giroux|
|Dimensions: ||23.57 x 16.05 x 2.18 centimeters (0.48 kg)|