Paradoxically, it is the term neurosis more than perhaps any other which has the implication of organic basis. Possibly the popular but erroneous belief that it implies impeded systematic biological research in this area. On scrutiny, it becomes obvious that there is considerable evidence for a biological basis to these hitherto ignored conditions. This book endeavours to present this information in a systematic manner.
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Table of Contents1. Neurobiology of Anxiety 2. The Biological Status of Neurotic Depression 3. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 4. Hysteria 5. The Biology of Anorexia Nervosa 6. Biological Aspects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 7. Epilepsy and Neurosis 8. Neurosis and Neurological Disorder 9. Neurotic Disorders Associate with Menstruation, Pregnancy and the Postpartum