Psychiatry & Psychopathology

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  1. Book ImageThe Collected Papers of Otto Fenichel

    Otto Fenichel, Hanna Fenichel, David Rapaport

    First Series / Volume(s): 1

    In the world of psychoanalysis, the late Otto Fenichel was pre-eminently distinguished for brilliant observation, tireless energy, and skill.More

  2. Book ImageUnmasking the Psychopath: Antisocial Personality and Related Symptoms

    William H. Reid

    This book builds upon and expands the pioneering work of the late Hervey Cleckley in defining, recognizing, and treating the antisocial personality and related syndromes.
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  3. Book ImagePersonal Psychopathology

    Harry Stack Sullivan, Helen Swick Perry, Mabel Blake Cohen

    The changing social scene and its effect on the incidence of mental disorders.More

  4. Book ImageSoviet Psychoprisons

    Harvey Fireside, Zhores Medvedev

    “A useful account of the dissidents’ struggle to expose psychiatric abuse and embarrass the regime. [Fireside’s] chapters on ‘Patients,’ ‘Doctors,’ and ‘Resisters’ are especially suited for readers with little background on Soviet dissent. The defiance of activists like Vladimir Bukovsky, Semyon Gluzman, and Alexander Podrabinek did much to deflate the government’s omnipotence. . . .Fireside describes their activity well, he has also compiled important primary material. These documents, including A Manual on Psychiatry for Dissidents, which Bukovsky and Gluzman wrote in a labor camp, are note easy to find, and Fireside has performed a service by making them available.” —Joshua Rubenstein, New England Coordinator of Amnesty International, U.S.A. and author of Soviet Dissidents, in CommentaryMore

  5. Book ImageA Harry Stack Sullivan Case Seminar

    Harry Stack Sullivan, Robert G. Kvarnes, Gloria H. Parloff, Et Al.

    Among clinicians, Harry Stack Sullivan is probably best known for his early work with schizophrenics at the Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital in Maryland. The seminar presented here is the richest clinical illustration available both of Sullivan’s perceptivity about schizophrenia and of his ability as a teacher.More

  6. Book ImageSchizophrenia As a Human Process

    Harry Stack Sullivan, Helen Swick Perry

    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.More

  7. Book ImageProblems of Human Pleasure and Behavior: Classic Essays in Humanistic Psychiatry

    Michael Balint

    Michael Balint, the Hungarian-born British psychoanalyst and author of Primary Love and Psychoanalytic Technique, was in some respects ahead of Freud and was a pioneer of what we now call "humanistic psychiatry."More

  8. Book ImageThe Fusion of Psychiatry and Social Science

    Harry Stack Sullivan, Helen Swick Perry

    Contributions to American social science, with introduction and commentaries by Helen Swick Perry.More

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