Stephan Schleim is Associate Professor of Theoretical Psychology at the University of Groningen and author of different books on philosophy, psychology, and the neurosciences. He carried out several research projects on the theory and ethics of neuroscience. Focus of his research are the conditions under which scientific knowledge is created and communicated to the public.
Contact via email: academia at schleim dot info (university), otherwise stephan at schleim dot email
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A brief description of Stephan Schleim’s research projects.
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The number of diagnosed mental disorders keeps rising. Depression now counts as one of the biggest – if not the biggest – health problems globally. Yet, experts disagree on how to explain the rising numbers. What is behind these disorders? What can we learn from their history? And who is to decide on what is “normal” and what a “disorder” that should be treated? Two new eBooks investigate into these backgrounds.
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An overview of Stephan Schleim’s books. (Presently only available in German.)
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my students have been asking me repeatedly throughout the years whether I could compile a list of recommended reads, particularly books that inspired me. I cannot promise that the following books will mean as much to you as they meant to me, but I am happy to share these suggestions with you:
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