4. Love, sex, gender, and philosophy
John A. Matthews and David T. Herbert
3. The human dimension: people in their places
2. Sex, seed, and sin in the medieval world
By the early 500s AD, with the withdrawal of Rome’s legions and the rise of independent barbarian kingdoms, the peoples of Western Europe no longer felt the force of Roman government. The decline of the Roman Empire led to a dramatic drop in trade and the loss of vast quantities of ancient scholarship. Then, around 1000 AD, advances in farming, transport, and finance as well as an improving climate allowed crop yields to grow and commerce to flourish once again. A dramatic increase in wealth in turn sustained an upswing in
8. Progress and possibility
Heredity in brief
Daniel Freeman and Jason Freeman
7. Panic disorder
Panic is a common feature of all anxiety disorders, and other psychological problems too, but it takes centre stage in panic disorder where a person experiences recurrent, unexpected panic attacks, involving four or more of a range of sensations, including palpitations, pounding heart, sweating, trembling, breathlessness, chest pain, dizziness, and fear of dying, losing control, or going crazy. The biological and psychological causes for panic are considered; the success of Cognitive behavioural therapy as treatment indicates a strong psychological cause.
Beagle , the 28-year-old Charles Darwin began to experience a number of puzzling and distressing symptoms,
8. Where next for family law?
Peter K. Smith
8. Sexual and romantic development, early parenthood, and emerging adulthood