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Daniel Freeman

Clinical Psychologist

Oxford University

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Oxford, Oxfordshire,OX2 6HS

United Kingdom

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Pearson's 'Anti-stress' manual features in The Oxford Times - Palamedes PR

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The Oxford Times published a lengthy interview with the Pearson author, Daniel Freeman, whose new book 'How to Keep Calm and Carry On' hit the shelves last month.
Mr Freeman, a Professor of Clinical Psychology at Oxford University, co-wrote the acclaimed new title with his brother, Jason. The interview, which featured online and in the paper's hard copy edition, can be read in full here. The Oxford Times runs an interview with Pearson Publishing author Daniel Freeman following the publication of his latest book


Common Psychological Disorders Affecting Women | Moner Alo

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In an analysis in 2013, Prof Daniel Freeman, Clinical Psychologist at the Oxford University found that nearly 40% of women are more likely to develop mental illness compared to men.
His study showed that women are 75% more likely to have suffered from depression and about 60% are more likely to suffer from anxiety disorder.


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Professor Daniel Freeman, Stephen Howell, Professor John McCarthy, and Dr Gary O'Reilly.
Daniel Freeman Daniel Freeman is Professor of Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oxford, a Fellow of University College Oxford, an honorary consultant clinical psychologist in Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, and a Fellow of the British Psychological Society.


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After looking at a number of large studies on mental illness rates in the general public, this latest research, led by Dr. Daniel Freeman, professor of clinical psychology at Oxford University, determined that women are nearly 75 percent more likely than men to have suffered from depression, and approximately 60 percent more likely to report an anxiety disorder.
Dr. Freeman speculates that gender forms a strong lens through which we see the world, and ourselves. "There is a pattern within - women tend to suffer more from what we call 'internal' problems like depression...," Dr. Freeman told the UK's Guardian newspaper.


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Prof Daniel Freeman
About Prof Daniel Freeman Prof Daniel Freeman is a leading British psychologist and Professor of Clinical Psychology and Medical Research Council Clinical Fellow in the Department of Psychiatry at Oxford University. He wrote this piece and The Stressed Sex: uncovering the truth about men, women and mental health with writer and editor Jason Freeman. Entries by Prof Daniel Freeman January 29, 2014 /0 Comments/in Mind: mental health and emotional wellbeing, Women: women's mental, emotional and physical wellbeingadmin, daniel freeman, louise/by Prof Daniel Freeman It's almost a taboo to admit it, but according to the best evidence we have, women suffer more psychological disorder than men. Prof Daniel Freeman and psychology writer Jason Freeman ask the difficult questions: why is this, and what can be done about it?


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