Title: Nobrium: Towards True Precision in the Control of Excessive Anxiety
Designer: Mervyn Kurlansky: co-founder of Pentagram
I can't imagine that a modern day pharmaceutical company would produce a book like this one. Although this was produced by Pentagram in 1971, the diagrams look as contemporary as any found today. A truly splendid book to lay your hands on if you can. This is one of the sad things about so many great books, they are in such rare supply. This book must be considered one of the definitive examples of diagram heaven.
Sorry for the amount of imagery in this post, but this book is just too rich.
The neuro physiology of anxiety
The hypothalamus organising or upsetting the body's response stimuli
Anxiety in the mind. Main dimensions of personality
The origin and persistence of anxiety. Stress and strain: individual responses
Anxiety in the body
The hypothalamus and physical arousal. Columns showing adrenaline and noradrenaline levels during sexual arousal
Anxiety: A physical profile
Evidence of clinical trials: Comparison with a placebo