Neurobiological Narratives: Experiences of Mood Disorder Through the Lens of Neuroimaging, by Daniel Buchman
In Canada, adults diagnosed with major depression or bipolar disorder were asked their ideas about the potential role of neuroimages in stigma mitigation, moral explanations of mental illnesses, and the legitimation of psychiatric symptoms. The resulting interviews show the complex and ambivalent ways in which individuals integrate brain-based notions of mental disorders into their self-understanding; some assumed neurobiological explanations of their disorder yet struggled against pharmaceutical treatments (Buchman et al. 2013).
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