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Pathologist of the Mind: Adolf Meyer and the Origins of American Psychiatry (reprint, 2014)
Tambien se han publicado, en formato de articulo, el analisis de la correspondencia entre William James y Charles Peirce (Morgade-Salgado, 2010), entre John Watson y Adolf Meyer (Ruiz & Sanchez, 2006), que brindan una nocion clara de las situaciones personales por las que pasan cada uno de sus personajes, en el momento en que se escriben, asi como de las ideas y pensamientos que corresponden con su vision academica y su trabajo intelectual.
(8) Russian psychiatrists, especially Lev Rozenshtein, were most interested in the ideas promoted by Adolf Meyer and the mental hygiene movement.
Adolf Meyer, former Director of BBC Brown Boveri, at a meeting of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in London.
Adolf Meyer, a prominent psychiatrist, was in the audience at the Clark University Conference as Freud lectured on psychoanalysis.
He had designed, with Adolf Meyer, the Fagus Factory in Alfield on the Leine, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site (7).
After tracing BPS's evolution as an antidote to Adolf Meyer's extreme psychobiology and other precursors and followers of BPS, he faults its very eclecticism as a drawback to current pharmacologically-based psychiatry.
One year later he teamed up with philosopher William James and psychiatrist Adolf Meyer to create the National Committee for Mental Hygeine.
Adolf Meyer, the pioneer American psychiatrist, taught that many mental disorders were reactive responses to adverse life events.
Trained at Johns Hopkins and in Munich, where he studied microscopic brain structures with Alois Alzheimer, Cotton became a protege of the eminent Swiss neurologist Adolf Meyer, who was determined to bring modern European laboratory science to bear on mental disease.
In fact Mills traces Watson's formulation of behaviourism to his Collaboration with Adolf Meyer, the prominent psychoanalytically-oriented psychiatrist, who shared Watson's vision of psychology as a rigorously experimental, unified, and, above all, useful science.
Barker and psychiatrist Adolf Meyer, at Johns Hopkins University Hospital, and was diagnosed with a psychoneurosis(1) and a psychasthenia(2) (correspondence [hereafter AMC], October 28, 1916 from Adolf Meyer to Lewellys F.