Call for book chapters for "Mental Illness in Popular Culture"...if you are interested in writing a chapter for this project, and have researched and/or written/thought about the ways in which psychiatric disorders affecting, children, teens, adults and the elderly have been depicted in popular culture (movies, literature, television, advertising, the Internet, music, sports, merchandising), please contact Dr. Lawrence Rubin firstname.lastname@example.org 954 875 8505.....Dr. Rubin has edited previous volumes on psychology and popular culture and anticipates a wide cross disciplinary appeal for this particular volume.
Lawrence Rubin, Ph.D.
St. Thomas University
Phone: 954.875.8505 Email: email@example.com
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