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Leading neuropsychiatrist Peter Whybrow authored “American Mania: When More Is Not Enough,” a neurobiological look at the instinctual and social behaviors that balance a market economy. Pay attention as he explains how America’s reward-driven culture is pushing the physiological limits of our evolutionary inheritance – making us sick in body and mind.

Dr. Peter Whybrow bibliography includes:
Lipowski, Z. J., Lipsitt, D., Whybrow, P. C. (eds.) (1977) Psychosomatic Medicine: Current Trends and Clinical Applications. Oxford University Press.
Whybrow, P. C., Akiskal, H., McKinney (1984) Mood Disorders: Toward a New Psychobiology. W. J., Plenum Press, New York.
Whybrow, P. C. & Bahr, R. (1988) The Hibernation Response. Arbor House, New York.
Whybrow, P. C. (1997) A Mood Apart: Depression, Mania, and Other Afflictions of the Self. Harper Collins/Basic Books, New York.
Whybrow, P. C. (2005) American Mania: When More Is Not Enough. W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.