In Reply.—Dr O'Connell complains that
my book, The Selfish Brain: Learning From Addiction,
is not referenced. He may be reassured to know that the book was peer reviewed
by the publisher and the American Psychiatric Press and that JAMA's reviewer,
Dr Khantzian, is a distinguished opponent of many of my drug policy recommendations,
which he makes clear in his review. The book lists 43 recommended books on
related topics in the section "Bibliotherapy." Finally, O'Connell and other
readers seeking more citations can find ample references in my many published
articles on drug policy, including those cited below.1- 4
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