* Highlights for the first time the astonishing prevalence of paranoia in society today
"Wide-ranging, up-to-date and enjoyable, it is a must-read for anyone curious about human psychology and modern life." - Professor Richard Bentall, Bangor University
"An absorbing, entertaining, and illuminating examination of one of the defining topics of the age." - Professor Aaron T.Beck, University of Philadelphia
"Highlights the astonishing prevalence of paranoia in society while catching a hold of what paranoia is, what causes it, and what feelings it can generate. Taking a scientific perspective, it's accessible and authoritative at the same time." - Irish Times
"An iconoclastic analysis of modern-day paranoia; highly recommended." - Library Journal
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October 23, 2008
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