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1 Head, John. Standing in the Shadows: Understanding and Overcoming Depression in Black Men.
New York: Broadway Books, (2004). 
Signed and Inscribed by the Author. Octavo, white cloth & brown boards (hardcover), 209 pp. Fine (As New) in a Fine (As New), mylar protected dust jacket. From dust jacket: The first book to reveal the depths of black men's buried mental and emotional pain, Standing in the Shadows weaves the author's story of his twenty-five year struggle with depression with a cultural analysis of how the illness is perceived among African Americans -- and why nobody wants to talk about it. In mainstream society depression and mental illness are still somewhat taboo subjects; in the black community they are topics that are almost completely shrouded in secrecy. As a result, millions of black men are suffering in silence or getting treatment only in the most extreme circumstances -- in emergency room, homeless shelters, and prisons. Such neglect of emotional disorders is nothing less than racial suicide. John Head's explosive work, Standing in the Shadows addresses what can be done to help those who need it most. In this groundbreaking book, the veteran journalist and award-winning author argues that the problem can be traced back to the time of slavery, when it was believed that blacks were unable to feel inner pain because they had no psyche. This myth has damaged generations of African American men and their families and has created a society that blames black men for being violent and aggressive without considering that depression might be a root cause. The author also explores how the black church, the black family, and the changing nature of black women in American culture may have unwittingly helped push the emotional disorders of African American men further underground. As daring and powerful as Nathan McCall's Makes Me Wanna Holler, Standing in the Shadows challenges both the African American community and the psychiatric community to end the silent suffering of black men by taking responsibility for a problem that's been ignored for far too long. Additionally, Standing in the Shadwos gives women an understanding of depression that enables them to help black men mend their relationships, their families, and themselves. 
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2 Pavlov, Ivan Petrovitch, M. D. Lectures on Conditioned Reflexes: Twenty-Five Years of Objective Study of the Higher Nervous Activity (Behaviour) of Animals. Translated from the Russian by W. Horsley Gantt, M. D., B. Sc. With the Collaboration of G. Volborth, M. D. And an Introduction by Walter B. Cannon, M. D., S. D.
New York: International Publishers, (1928). First Edition. 
Octavo. black cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, tissue-protected frontis., 414 pp. Near-Fine, with slight rubbing along edges. 
Price: 500.00 USD
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