Readership: Anyone interested in paranoia - either out of interest in their own psychology, or those interested in the role of paranoia in modern society. Readers of popular psychology, popular science, and popular health. Undergraduates in psychology and sociology courses.
Daniel Freeman, Wellcome Trust Fellow, Institute of Psychiatry, King>'s College London, and Honorary Consultant Clinical Psychologist, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, and Jason Freeman, Freelance writer and editor
"Wide-ranging, up-to-date and enjoyable, it is a must-read for anyone curious about human psychology and modern life." - Professor Richard Bentall, Bangor University
"An absorbing, entertaining, and illuminating examination of one of the defining topics of the age." - Professor Aaron T.Beck, University of Philadelphia
"Highlights the astonishing prevalence of paranoia in society while catching a hold of what paranoia is, what causes it, and what feelings it can generate. Taking a scientific perspective, it's accessible and authoritative at the same time." - Irish Times
iconoclastic analysis of modern-day paranoia; highly recommended." - Library Journal
2: What is paranoia?
3: Are paranoid fears increasing?
4: The causes of paranoia: how we see ourselves and others
5: How we feel inside
6: How we reason
7: Combating paranoia
Click here to watch the video of Jason Freeman describing his Virtual Reality paranoia research