Out now – the latest issue of the Human Givens Journal
The Human Givens Journal is the liveliest, most thought-provoking, peer-reviewed, biannual magazine about psychology, human behaviour and mental health …
The latest issue has just arrived in our office – and yet again it’s packed full of useful and inspiring information. If you subscribe, your copy is on its way to you – otherwise you can order a copy, in print or digital PDF format, here.
This issue features a particularly important article by Ezra Hewing who seeks to finally dispel the myth that depression is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain, showing that an understanding of REM sleep explains not only depression but why antidepressants may seem to help some people and harm others. HG co-founder, Ivan Tyrrell, reflects on the power of the imagination and Peter Welman argues for the human givens organising framework to be extended to include the needs of the natural world too; there is an update from the HGI ethics committee and much more. You can view contents here.
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