The Yipping Tiger

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The Yipping Tiger and Other Tales from the Neuropsychiatric Clinic
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Author Perminder Sachdev
Subject Neuropsychiatry
Publisher

UNSW Press (Australia)

Johns Hopkins University Press (US)
Publication date
2009
Pages 288
ISBN 1-74223-084-9

The Yipping Tiger and Other Tales from the Neuropsychiatric Clinic is a book by neuropsychiatrist Perminder Sachdev, M.D. consisting of ten case studies which explore the relationship between the brain and the mind.[1][2] The case studies are based on Sachdev’s experience in the neuropsychiatric clinic at the Neuropsychiatric Institute, Sydney, Australia.[3] Each case study examines a different medical condition, the current research findings related to the condition, and the challenges these conditions pose for the doctor and patient.[4]

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  1. ^ Hussein, ‘Brains, Minds, Hearts and Souls’ New Matilda Accessed May 20, 2010
  2. ^ K. Ridel, ‘Book Review: The Hidden Brain and The Yipping Tiger and Other Tales from the Neuropsychiatric Clinic’. Neurology 2011; 76:e77
  3. ^ E. Housden, ‘Non-fiction books’. The Courier-Mail 2009 Accessed August 22, 2009
  4. ^ tales from a yipping yarn by G. Boucher - The Australian Accessed August 8, 2009