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- Introduction Psychiatry as cognitive neuroscience: An overviewMatthew R. Broome and Lisa Bortolotti
- Chapter 1 Is psychiatric research scientific?Rachel Cooper
- Chapter 2 The secret history of ICD and the hidden future of DSMKWM (Bill) Fulford and Norman Sartorius
- Chapter 3 Delusion as a natural kindRichard Samuels
- Chapter 4 Mental illness is indeed a mythHanna Pickard
- Chapter 5 Psychiatry and the concept of disease as pathologyDominic Murphy
- Chapter 6 On the interface problem in philosophy and psychiatryTim Thornton
- Chapter 7 What does rationality have to do with psychological causation? Propositional attitudes as mechanisms and as control variablesJohn Campbell
- Chapter 8 Mad scientists or unreliable autobiographers? Dopamine dysregulation and delusionPhilip Gerrans
- Chapter 16 Mental time travel, agency, and responsibilityJeanette Kennett and Steve Matthews
- Chapter 17 Motivation, depression, and characterIain Law
- Conclusion The future of scientific psychiatryLisa Bortolotti and Matthew R. Broome