Our expert says:
GOsh, as author, editor, co-author, etc, literally dozens of books, some out of print.
let's see. Some would still be available but very expensive, given the exchange rate, unless one can get them from a library like UNISA. The main one on MPD would be : 1995. Gullible's Travels : or, The Importance of Being Multiple. Chapter 5, pp. 87-134, In : Dissociative Identity Disorder : Theoretical and Treatment Controversies. Ed. LM Cohen, JN Berzoff, MR Elin. Jason Aronson, New York.
Other notable chapters include : Two large and significant chapters in The International Handbook of Traumatic Stress Syndromes. J.P. Wilson & B. Raphael (Eds). Plenum Press, New York, 1993 ; chapters in : "Beyond Trauma: Papers from the Amsterdam World Conference on Traumatic Stress." Ed. RJ Kleber, CRF Figley, BPR Gersons. Plenum Press, New York, 1996 ; 1997. The Truth of Suffering: Foreword, to: Death and Trauma: Traumatic Bereavement and Death-Related PTSD. Ed. CR Figley, N Mazza, B Bride. Brunner-Mazel, New York, 1997. ; The Second Bullet : Transgenerational impacts of the trauma of conflict within a South African and world context.
Chapter, In : International Handbook of Multigenerational Legacies of trauma. Ed. Yael Danieli. Plenum Press, New York around 2000 ; 1994. Stress and psychosis. Chapter 16, pp. 291-304, In : Schizophrenia: Exploring the Spectrum of Psychosis, Ed. RJ Ancill, S Holliday, J Higenbottam. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester & New York. ; 1988. The malignant metaphor: A political thanatology of AIDS. Chapter 16, pp. 193-208. In: AIDS: Principles,
Practices & Politics. IB Corless & M Pittman-Lindeman (Eds). Hemisphere, Washington DC. ; 1989. AIDS in Africa. Chapter 12, pp. 141-174, In: AIDS: Principles, Practices & Politics : Reference Edition. IB Corless & M Pittman-Lindeman (Eds). Hemisphere, Washington DC. ; 1989. The Malignant Metaphor: A political thanatology of AIDS. Chapter 33, pp. 397- 410. In: AIDS: Principles, Practices & Politics : Reference Edition. IB Corless & M Pittman-Lindeman. (Eds). Hemisphere, Washington DC. ; and older works such as : 1982. The therapeutic uses of truth. In: The Doctor and the Dying Patient. Ed. E. Wilkes. MTP Press, Lancaster ; 1977. Death in modern poetry. In: New Meanings of Death. Ed. H. Feifel. McGraw-Hill, New York. ; 1979. The psychology and sociology of death. In: Dying: Facing the Facts. ed. H Wass. Hemisphere, Washington DC, McGraw-Hill, New York ; 1976. Suicide and self-mutilation. In: Suicidology: Contemporary Developments. Ed. ES Shneidman. Grune & Stratton, New York ; and books such as : 1981. Psycholinguistics in Clinical Practice: Languages of Illness and Healing. Irvington, New York ; 1979. Dying, Death and Grief. Plenum Press, New York.
1979. The Facts of Death. Prentice-Hall, New York ; 1977. The Literature of Death & Dying. A Series of 40 Books, edited, with R Kastenbaum, G. Geddes, G. Gruman. ; 1972. Medical Education: A Critical Approach. Butterworths, London & New York. and many others. It was a hobby, I suppose.
Some self-help articles in magazines and journals round the world, but hard to get now ( magazines don't remain available for long. And my main self-help book was The Facts of Death ( hardcover and paperback way back in 1977, dealing with death, dying and grief, but now out of print, and I haven't had the energuy to revise and update it for a new edition. At least not so far !
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