The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Psychosomatic Medicine
J Clin Psychiatry 2007;68(12):1990 [book review]
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Earlier expressions of the relationships among human cognition, structure and function, emotions, and the imponderable quintessence of our molecular basis have never successfully integrated all the nuances of our beings. An abundance of novel achievements in the present text set it apart even from its antecedent version of a decade past.2 Under Dr. Levenson’s skillful editing, which produced an evenly written, stylistically homogeneous volume, a highly qualified new generation of contributors updates and brings forward the best of the past, while respecting the need for a new vision.