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Jennifer P. Schneider, M.D., Ph.D., is a physician certified in Internal Medicine, Addiction Medicine and Pain Management. She is the author of twelve books and numerous articles in professional journals. She is a compassionate professional committed to educating others in her fields of specialty. Dr Schneider is a nationally recognized expert in two addiction-related fields: addictive sexual disorders and the management of chronic pain with opioids. Although she retired from direct patient care a few years ago, her professional activities currently include writing; lecturing at conferences; serving as an expert witness in legal settings; educating physicians on appropriate prescribing of controlled substances; and appearing as a media guest on television and radio. For more information about Jennifer's articles and additional books, visit www.jenniferschneider.com. Read more.
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Dr. Katherine ("Kathy") Norgard's latest book, Hard to Place: A Crime of Alcohol, is available on this web site or at Amazon.com. Hard to Place: A Crime of Alcohol was the subject of a Tucson Citizen's feature article shortly after it was released in February, 2006 and was reviewed in other periodicals.

Hard to Place: A Crime of Alcohol is Kathy's first book with Recovery Resources Press. She co-authored Child Abuse and Neglect: Sharing Responsibility, published by Wiley in 1983. Read more.

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Raphael Patai was a prolific cultural anthroplogist, folklorist, historian, and Biblical scholar.  He published more than 600 articles and thirty books, including The Arab Mind, The Jewish Mind, Arab Folktales from Palestine and Israel,  and Jadid al-Islam: The Jewish "New Muslims" of Meshed (the latter two published posthumously).  Dr. Patai began studying Arabic at the age of eighteen in his native Hungary.  In his early twenties, he moved to Palestine and lived there for more than fifteen years before coming to the United States, where he taught at Princeton, Columbia, and other universities.  He died in 1996.
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