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Volume 1, Number 1
Addiction to Prescribed Medications
Roberta M. Gilbert, MD


Abuse as a Symptom of the Family System
Presenter: Kathleen B. Kerr, MSN, MA


Sex and Friendship in Baboons
Barbara Boardman Smuts
reviewed by Margaret G. Donley, MSW

The Diversity of Life
Edward O. Wilson
reviewed by Daniel V. Papero, PhD, MSSW

The Biology of the Naked Mole-Rat
Paul W. Sherman, Jennifer U. M. Jarvis, and Richard D. Alexander, editors
reviewed by Michael E. Kerr, MD

Code Name Image Price Availability  
DJ 1.1 (1) Caskie What Kind of System is the Family?   $9.50  
DJ 1.1 (2) Bonner Differentiation in Cellular, Social, and Family Systems   $9.50  
DJ 1.1 (3) Hasselle Bowen Family Systems Theory and the Inpatient Psychiatric Unit   $9.50  
DJ 1.1 (4) Ferrera Neutrality in a Violent World   $9.50  
DJ 1.1 (5) BR Gilbert Brief Report: Addiction to Prescribed Medications   $7.50  
DJ 1.1 (6) FCC Kerr K Faculty Case Conference: Abuse as a Symptom of the Family System   $9.50  
DJ 1.1 (7) BK Donley Book Review: Sex and Friendship in Baboons   $7.50  
DJ 1.1 (8) BK Papero Book Review: The Diversity of Life   $7.50  
DJ 1.1 (9) BK Kerr M Book Review: The Biology of the Naked Mole-Rat   $7.50  

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