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  • About the Authors

Anna Bergqvist is Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) of Philosophy at Manchester Metropolitan University, and Director of the Values-Based Practice Theory Network at the Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice in Health and Social Care at St Catherine's College University of Oxford. She held a Visiting Fellowship at Harvard University during April 2014, with Susanna Siegel as her sponsor.

Lisa Curtis-Wendlandt is an Honorary Fellow at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne, Australia. A former feminist historian and philosopher, she has published on diverse topics such as ancient Greek philosophy, Enlightenment women's political thought, and colonial mission history. In her current role, she explores the intersections between the humanities and biomedical sciences in contemporary scholarship on Tourette Syndrome, a childhood-onset neurodevelopmental condition with an intriguingly elusive aetiology. She is currently writing a book that will show how the central controversies in Tourette's research pertain to "big topics" in philosophy such as time, volition, and the self.

Annemarie Köhne is a PhD candidate in the field of clinical psychology and philosophy of science at the Department of Psychiatry, University Medical Center Utrecht, in the Netherlands. She obtained master degrees in social psychology, clinical psychology and philosophy of science and she is a registered GZ-(mental health) psychologist in the Netherlands affiliated to GGZ Momentum. Her adviser is prof. Dr. Jim van Os.

Joanna Moncrieff is a Reader in Critical and Social Psychiatry at University College London and an honorary consultant psychiatrist in the North East London Foundation Trust. She has published on theories of drug action, history of psychiatry and the nature of psychiatric diagnosis. She is author of The Myth of the Chemical Cure and The Bitterest Pills, both published by Palgrave. She is co-chairperson of the Critical Psychiatry Network.

Peter Zachar, PhD, is Professor of Psychology and Associate Dean of Sciences at Auburn University Montgomery in Montgomery, Alabama. [End Page 201]



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