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Institute Books

A catalogue of The Lundbeck Institute's publications on topics of clinical relevance in psychiatry and neurology.

If you are interested in any of the titles, please contact your local Lundbeck office to see if it is available.

You are very welcome to visit the Lundbeck Institute stand at the next international scientific congress to have a closer look at some of our books.


By David J. Nutt and Liam J. Nestor, 2013

This book gives an overview of the brain science underpinning addiction and how this helps explain the current and future therapeutics for a range of addictions.

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By David J. Castle and Peter F. Buckley, 2012

This book provides well-balanced answers to common questions about schizophrenia.

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Bipolar Disorder

By Yatham N Laksmi & Gin S Malhi, 2011

This book covers the diagnostic aspects, clinical features and biology of bipolar disorder.

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Schizophrenia - Current Science and Clinical Practice

Edited by Wolfgang Gaebel, 2011

This volume provides udpated information on the diagnosis, the neurobiological foundations, and the management of schizophrenia, including aspects ranging from aetiology and pathophysiology to early recognition and rehabilitation.

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Depression in Later Life

By Robert C. Baldwin, 2010

This book provides an accessible account of what depression in older people is like, why it is important and what treatments actually help

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Sleep Disorders, Second edition

By Sue Wilson and David Nutt, 2013

This book provides the clinicians with an overview of the current understanding of sleep physiology, the pathophysiology of sleep disturbance, and the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders.

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Suicide Risk Management

By Stan Kutcher and Sonia Chehil, 2007

This highly practical book explains how to identify and manage suicidal individuals and supports the health professional in assisting the patient to choose life rather than death.

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A Concise Guide to Understanding Suicide – Epidemiology, Pathophysiology and Prevention

Edited by Stephen H Koslow, Pedro Ruiz and Charles B Nemeroff In this publication leading researchers and clinicians provide a concise review of recent literature, report solutions achieved, and give a practical guidance for patient care to aid understanding and help prevent suicide. Each chapter is highly focused to provide pertinent information covering all major aspects of the field, from epidemiology and theories of causation through to treatment and prevention.

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