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National Institute of Mental Health. “Schizophrenia.”
PBS.org: "A Brilliant Madness."
NJ.com: "Famed 'A Beautiful Mind' Mathematician John Nash, Wife, Killed in N.J. Turnpike Crash."
Lenburg, J. Peekaboo: The Story of Veronica Lake, iUniverse, 2001.
Philly.com: "The Haunted Talent Behind 'Layla.'"
Rolling Stone: "Jailed Drummer Jim Gordon Denied Parole."
Beloit Daily News: "Lost and Found: Ex-Packer Aldridge Winning Life's Battle."
LombardiAve.com: "Lionel Aldridge: Great Man, Great Career, Troubled Life."
The New York Times. “Lionel Aldridge, 56, Stalwart On Defense for Packer Teams,” “How Crazy Was Zelda?” “Please Stop Merchandizing Mental Illness,” “Celebrating Einstein,” “John F. Nash Jr., Math Genius Defined by a ‘Beautiful Mind,’ Dies at 86,” “Spoonful of Ashes Inspires Town to Recall the Veronica Lake Look.”
Harvard Magazine: "Van Gogh's Malady."
National Alliance on Mental Illness. “Schizophrenia.”
Blumer, D. American Journal of Psychiatry, April 2002.
Los Angeles Times: "Back From Brink, Peter Green Plays On."
YouTube: “Aaron Carter’s Concerning Headlines Worry the Doctors.”
CNN: “Aaron Carter reveals battle with multiple mental health issues,” “'SNL's' Darrell Hammond reveals dark past of abuse.”
Men’s Health: “Aaron Carter Reveals Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia Diagnoses.”
National Institute of Mental Health: “Schizophrenia.”
American Psychiatric Association: “What Is Schizophrenia?”
NBC: “Darrell Hammond: Announcer Bio.”
NPR: “'SNL's' Darrell Hammond Reveals Cutting, Abuse.”
New York Post: “‘SNL’ actor reveals horrific child abuse.”
The Washington Post: “Losing the Part,” “Former SNL cast member Darrell Hammond talks childhood trauma on the Hill.”
UpToDate: “Schizophrenia in adults: Clinical manifestations, course, assessment, and diagnosis.”
Time: “Zelda Fitzgerald.”
Encyclopaedia Britannica: “Zelda Fitzgerald.”
The Washington Post: “The Beautiful and Damned.”
PBS: “F. Scott Fitzgerald and the American Dream.”
NPR: “For F. Scott And Zelda Fitzgerald, A Dark Chapter In Asheville, N.C.”
Reuters: “1950s pin-up queen Bettie Page dies.”
The Atlantic: “Male Fans Made Bettie Page a Star, but Female Fans Made Her an Icon.”
Los Angeles Times: “Pinup Queen Bettie Page Dies at 85.”
Harvard: “Mental illness and violence.”
University of California, San Francisco: “Schizophrenia: Early Diagnosis, Treatment Key, But Stigma Remains.”
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience: “Exceptional visuospatial imagery in schizophrenia; implications for madness and creativity.”
Billboard.com: “Derek and the Dominos' Jim Gordon, Jailed for Killing His Mom, Denied Parole for Fear 'He'd Hurt Somebody Else.'”
The Irish Times: “Mick Fleetwood: ‘Peter Green is the reason there’s a Fleetwood Mac.’”
Blabbermouth.net: “Metallica’s Kirk Hammett Featured on New Project From Guitar Legend Peter Green.”
The Florida Times-Union: “Veronica Lake in rare photos: How tragic career of Hollywood icon ended in Florida.”
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