Biology Invades Psychology


In recent years, scientists have found that many mental illnesses have a biological basis. The discoveries have lifted a burden of guilt from the mentally ill and their relatives, but they also have raised scientific and philosophical questions. If some psychological phenomena have biological causes, does this mean that all of them do? If so, what does this mean for traditional psychotherapy? And what does it say about the nature of man?

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