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Kay Jamison's brilliant work, based on her lifelong studies as a clinical psychologist, reveals that many artists subject to exalted highs and ...Show synopsisKay Jamison's brilliant work, based on her lifelong studies as a clinical psychologist, reveals that many artists subject to exalted highs and despairing lows are, in fact, struggling with clinical manic-depression. Jamison applies what we now know about this illness to the lives of van Gogh, Byron, and others. National publicty.Hide synopsis
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Kay Jamison'd thesis is an interesting one, especially to a writer and poet like myself who is diagnosed with a form of 'rapid cycling bipolar disorder.'
A lot of what Jamison posits is interesting and will definitely enlighten many a reader, but my one issue is the reductionist method of retro ...
In Touched with Fire, Kay Redfield Jamison combines clinical expertise about bipolar disorder with persuasive evidence of the numerous writers and artists who have suffered from that disorder.
Without romanticizing manic depressive illness, she does show the linkages between its severe highs and ...
Kay Jamison writes from within the experience of Manic Depressive Illness, which makes particularly interesting her study of highly gifted artists whose achievements may well have been molded in the crucible of that illness. Her scientific exposition is convincing, and her conclusions solid and well ...
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