'...this fascinating study... (by)...the first-rate Cohen. 4 out of 5 Stars' The Mail on Sunday. '...makes for compulsive reading...you could say it is addictive.' The Jewish Chronicle. 'Convincingly arguing that Freud's drug-taking had profound implications for the development of his theories, Cohen places him in the context of other influential figures whose drug use and work were intertwined, making Freud on Coke a welcome addition to the bookshelves of anyone with an interest in altered states.' Metro. 'a merry romp through recreational and medicinal hard drug use by the educated classes before the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1920... But Cohen does make us stop and think, and Sigmund Freud would have applauded that.' The Scotsman.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
David Cohen is author of JR Books The Escape of Sigmund Freud (2010). Also biographer of JB Watson and Carl Rogers, his Diana: Death of a Goddess was a UK bestseller. A BAFTA-nominated documentary filmmaker, he was the first Western journalist to gain access to Soviet Psychiatric wards, resulting in the movie Gorbachev's Asylums. He was editor of the magazine PsychologyNews and holds a PhD in Psychology.