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eBook Schizophrenia as a Human Process (Norton Library,) ePub

by Helen Swick Perry,Harry Stack Sullivan

  • ISBN: 0393007219
  • Category: Mental Health
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Helen Swick Perry,Harry Stack Sullivan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company (January 17, 1974)
  • Pages: 400
  • ePub book: 1954 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1892 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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SCHIZOPHRENIA AS A HUMAN PROCESS by Harry Stack Sullivan contains a paper, "Psychiatric Training as a Prerequisite to Psychoanalytic Practice" originally reprinted from Amer.

SCHIZOPHRENIA AS A HUMAN PROCESS by Harry Stack Sullivan contains a paper, "Psychiatric Training as a Prerequisite to Psychoanalytic Practice" originally reprinted from Amer. J. Psychiatry (1934-35), in which Stack attempted to convince the American Psychiatric Association to require psychiatric training in a mental hospital to contribute to "the professional competence of the psychoanalyst.

Schizophrenia as a Human Process (1962). Perry, Helen Swick: Psychiatrist of America - The Life of Harry Stack Sullivan. The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA and London, 1982

Schizophrenia as a Human Process (1962). The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA and London, 1982, ISBN 0-674-72076-8.

Schizophrenia as a Human Process (Norton Library,) Harry Stack Sullivan; Introduction-Helen Swick Perry. Published by W. W. Norton and Company, Inc. (1974). ISBN 10: 0393007219 ISBN 13: 9780393007213.

Harry Stack Sullivan, Helen Swick Perry, Mabel Blake Cohen. Clinical Studies in Psychiatry. Based on lectures given at Chestnut Lodge, this book represents Sullivan the clinician, discussing schizophrenia, the obsessional illnesses, and other mental disturbances. The Fusion of Psychiatry and Social Science. Harry Stack Sullivan, Helen Swick Perry, Helen Swick Perry.

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1968); Schizophrenia as a Human Process (1962, repr. Harry Stack Sullivan: Selected full-text books and articles. See biography by H. Perry (1982, repr. 1987); study by P. Mullahy (1970). Private Practices: Harry Stack Sullivan, the Science of Homosexuality and American Liberalism By Naoko Wake Rutgers University Press, 2011. Culture and Personality By S. Stansfeld Sargent; Marian W. Smith Viking Fund, 1949.

by Harry Stack Sullivan. The Psychiatric Interview (The Norton Library). Harry Stack Sullivan. Amongst clinicians, Sullivan is probably best known for his early work with schizophrenics at the Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital in Towson, Maryland. Perry, Helen Swick: Psychiatrist of America - The Life of Harry Stack Sullivan

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This volume collects for the first time the papers written by Dr. Sullivan in the period of his early work with schizophrenics. Introduction and commentaries by Helen Swick Perry.

Amongst clinicians, Sullivan is probably best known for his early work with schizophrenics at the Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital in Towson, Maryland. Yet this fame has been largely legendary, since the only full record of this work is found scattered through various professional journals and monographs published more than twenty-five years ago and in an unpublished book written in the thirties, Personal Psychopathology. In this present book of selected papers, the author has tried to reconstruct this work by bringing together what he considers to be the most crucial of these papers.

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Jaberini Jaberini
good read.
Nekora Nekora
This book is far too technical to have fugue-ing in the index. It doesn't even have confabulation. Sullivan's book, The Interpersonal Theory of Psychiatry (I gave my copy to my son last year, so I'm not seeing it now) might be a better source for functional definitions of the terms that I should be thinking about when I run my thinking into America's experience in Nam. I was hoping that, looking at descriptions of schizophrenia, I could find some technical description of aggravation, like: try grabbing a machine gun and shooting it straight up in the air ~ it works the same way.
Due to a 150 day drop when I ended my tour as a draftee in Nam, I only served 19 months in the U.S. Army. SCHIZOPHRENIA AS A HUMAN PROCESS by Harry Stack Sullivan contains a paper, "Psychiatric Training as a Prerequisite to Psychoanalytic Practice" originally reprinted from Amer. J. Psychiatry (1934-35), in which Stack attempted to convince the American Psychiatric Association to require psychiatric training in a mental hospital to contribute to "the professional competence of the psychoanalyst." (p. 309). In order to learn anything, "I personally favor heartily the requirement that the young physician make many written statements as to his view of this and that. Suave, quick-minded people often conceal in their spoken comments misapprehensions that they entertain. Once their views are recorded, deficiencies in their formulations are readily pointed out. Intensive criticism . . . coupled with some clinical demonstrations of how things really are done and of what has significance in the relationship of a competent psychiatrist and his patient, would vastly abbreviate the staggering amount of time it takes the average intern to find a clue to the nature of psychiatric therapy. I have said often that it takes 18 months residence . . . Moreover, adequate supervision would remedy immediately one grave development that now involves many young physicians who enter the psychiatric field. I refer to the damnable business of learning how to `get away with it' without really knowing what is going on, or caring." (pp. 317-8).
MeGa_NunC MeGa_NunC
Language turned a corner when Freud called attention to the faults that make simplicity impossible. There is a nice introduction explaining how the ideas in this book were simplified from what has sometimes been called the rambling tapes stream of consciousness that can put people to sleep because nobody is born knowing anything like what happens when people interact in a system that has to maintain itself by not allowing the insane to take over, but only a fool would admit it.