Principles of Mind-Body Medicine
Principles of Mind-Body Medicine provides an introduction to the scientific underpinnings of mind-body medicine. The past few decades have witnessed an explosion of information in this field, revealing the intertwined nature of physical and mental processes. A firm understanding of the neurobiological basis of these links is needed to leverage the theory of mind-body medicine into clinical practice.
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