- Violence and the body: somatic expressions of trauma and vulnerability during warDoug Henry
Department of Anthropology, University of North Texas, Denton 76209, USA
Med Anthropol Q 20:379-98. 2006..Haypatensi thus reveals how lived, traumatic experiences and their cultural representations within illness are linked...
- Is sleep really for sissies? Understanding the role of work in insomnia in the USDoug Henry
University of North Texas, Denton, TX 76203, USA
Soc Sci Med 66:715-26. 2008..Insomnia as an illness experience thus serves as a mechanism through which respondents consciously or unconsciously comment on the nature of work in their lives. The medical and social implications of these results are discussed...
- Understanding patient responses to insomniaDoug Henry
Department of Anthropology, University of North Texas, TX 76203, USA
Behav Sleep Med 11:40-55. 2013..These are important issues in the long term management of chronic insomnia. We underscore concern about the need to evaluate the efficacy of therapies that so many people with insomnia are driven to try...
- "Listening for his breath:" the significance of gender and partner reporting on the diagnosis, management, and treatment of obstructive sleep apneaDoug Henry
Department of Anthropology, University of North Texas, 1155 Union Circle, 310409 Denton, TX 76203, USA
Soc Sci Med 79:48-56. 2013....