Ispectrum Magazine #07

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Published by:
Rayna Petrova
Tabloid / 11" x 14"
50 pages Wire-O
Science & Nature
ancient astronomy, Mona Lisa, nabta playa, psychology, science, william tuke

Ancient civilizations… what mysteries do they hide? This issue opens with a fascinating article about Nabta Playa, a remarkable site composed of hundreds of prehistoric tumuli, stelae, and megalithic structures located in the Nubian Desert (Egypt). Following our tradition, our psychology section brings you the most interesting topics in the field. On this occasion, we approach the figure of William Tuke, the first person to view mental illness as a disease from which a sufferer could actually recover; this was reflected in his treatment of patients with sympathy and dignity rather than disgust. Our readers know that Ispectrum Magazine always has the privilege of interviewing renowned scientists and researchers from all the fields, and this time our interview was with Mona Lisa Schultz, psychiatrist and neuroscientist, who spoke to us about emotions.

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