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Britain on the Couch: Why Were Unhappier Compared with 1950, Despite Being Richer - A Treatment for the Low-serotonin Society

Britain on the Couch: Why Were Unhappier Compared with 1950, Despite Being Richer - A Treatment for the Low-serotonin Society

Oliver James

A consideration of the emotional disappointments common to British people of the 1990s which suggests that the way we live induces low levels of serotonin in our bodies, and leaves us unhappy. The author suggests correcting this with the use of drugs and a course of psychotherapy, and reorganising society along the lines of Scandinavia.
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Title - Britain on the Couch: Why Were Unhappier Compared with 1950, Despite Being Richer - A Treatment for the Low-serotonin Society

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Author - Oliver James

ISBN 13 - 9780712678858

Imprint - Century

Publisher - Cornerstone

Date Published - 18/09/1997

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Binding Type - Hardback

Dimensions - 165 x 242 x mm

Weight - 665 g

Languages - English