The Ten Commandments of Education

The Ten Commandments of Education One You shall not consider your level of boredom to be an index of relevance Two You shall not consider your feeling that something is true to be the same as knowing that it is true Three You shall not consider that a reluctance to do something is the same […]

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Book Review: Saving Normal: an insider’s revolt against out-of-control psychiatric diagnosis, DSM-5, big pharma, and the medicalization of ordinary life. Allen Frances, M.D. New York: Harper Collins, 2013. 314 pages.

Among the many books published about learning disabilities and the associated debates, few authors could approach the issues better qualified than Dr. Frances who in addition to serving as Chair of the DSM-IV Task Force and serving as part of the leadership group for the DSM-III and DSM-IIIR, is professor emeritus and former chair of […]

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