The acclaimed writer talks with Pacific Standard about the new scientific consensus around psychosis treatments—and the scholar-advocate he profiled for his new story in our October issue.
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A study suggests that schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and creativity might share some common genetic roots.
Two brothers—a philosopher and a doctor—attempt to explain the cultural roots of madness.
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