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A Long History Of Mental Illness

A podcast with Andrew Scull, Distinguished Research Professor in the Department of Sociology, University of California San Diego, by Neeta Misra, Executive Editor of Public Policy, BW Businessworld Magazine


The podcast explores the history of studying and treating mental illness in the United States, biological and sociological factors, failed treatments and psychopharmacological approaches and whether the pandemic was a lost opportunity to rethink mental illness and treatment.  


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