Why does the same psychiatric drug help one person – but harm another? Do psychiatric medications “work” by chemistry alone – or through expectation, placebo, and social factors? What is the difference between prescribed medications and mind altering substances like alcohol? David Cohen, social work professor at Florida International University and co-author of Your Drug May Be Your Problem, discusses the role of social context in constructing how we experience psychiatric medications.
- Critical Think Rx
- Psychiatric Drugs and Common Factors: an evaluation of risks and benefits for clinical practice
- Bio: David Cohen Professor
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