History of psychiatry and medical psychology : with an epilogue on psychiatry and the mind-body relation /

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Gach, John, Wallace, Edwin R.
Format: eBook
Published: [New York] : Springer, [2008]
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Table of Contents:
  • Section One: Prolegomenon
  • Historiography: philosophy and methodology of history, with special emphasis on medicine and psychiatry; and an appendix on "historiography" as the history of history / Edwin R. Wallace, IV
  • Contextualizing the history of psychiatry/psychology and psychoanalysis: annotated bibliography and essays: addenda A-F / Edwin R. Wallace, IV
  • Section Two: Periods
  • Mind and madness in classical antiquity / Bennett Simon
  • Mental disturbances, unusual mental states, and their interpretation during the Middle Ages / George Mora
  • Renaissance conceptions and treatments of madness / George Mora
  • The madman in the light of reason. Enlightenment psychiatry: Part I. Custody, therapy, theory and the need for reform / Dora B. Weiner
  • The madman in the light of reason. Enlightenment psychiatry: Part II. Alienists, treatises, and the psychologic approach in the era of Pinel / Dora B. Weiner
  • Philippe Pinel in the twenty-first century: the myth and the message / Dora B. Weiner
  • German romantic psychiatry: Part I. Earlier, including more-psychological orientations / Otto M. Marx
  • German romantic psychiatry: Part II. Later, including more-somatic orientations / Otto M. Marx
  • Descriptive psychiatry and psychiatric nosology during the nineteenth century / German Berrios
  • Biological psychiatry in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / John Gach
  • The intersection of psychopharmacology and psychiatry in the second half of the twentieth century / David Healy
  • Section Three: Concepts and topics
  • A history of melancholia and depression / Stanley W. Jackson
  • Constructing schizophrenia as a category of mental illness / Sander L Gilman
  • The concept of psychosomatic medicine / Herbert Weiner
  • Neurology's influence on American psychiatry: 1865-1915 / Edward M. Brown
  • The transformation of American psychiatry: from institution to community, 1800-2000 / Gerald N. Grob
  • The transition to secular psychotherapy: hypnosis and the alternate-consciousness paradigm / Adam Crabtree
  • Psychoanalysis in central Europe: the interplay of psychoanalysis and culture / Hannah S. Decker
  • The psychoanalytic movement in the United States, 1906-1991 / Sanford Gifford
  • The development of clinical psychology, social work, and psychiatric nursing: 1900-1980s / Nancy Tomes
  • Epilogue: Psychiatry and the mind-body relation
  • Thoughts toward a critique of biological psychiatry / John Gach
  • Two "mind"-"body" models for a holistic psychiatry / Edwin R. Wallace, IV
  • Freud on "mind-"body" I: the psychoneurobiological and "instinctualist" stance; with implications for chapter 24, and two postscripts / Edwin R. Wallace, IV
  • Freud on "mind"-"body" II: drive, motivation, meaning, history, and Freud's psychological heuristic; with clinical and everyday examples / Edwin R. Wallace, IV
  • Psychosomatic medicine and the mind-body relation: historical, philosophical, scientific, and clinical perspectives / Herbert Weiner.