Pathologist of the mind aims to rediscover meyerian psychiatry by eavesdropping on meyers informal and intimate conversations with patients and colleagues weaving together private correspondence and uniquely detailed case histories lamb examines meyers efforts to institute a clinical science of psychiatry in the united states one that harmonized the expectations of scientific . Pathologist of the mind adolf meyer and the origins of american psychiatry by neil a grauer susan lamb has performed an invaluable service to students of medical history especially those interested in the origins and practice of psychiatry she has made adolf meyer intelligible. Very useful volume on the development of american psychiatry between the end of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century through the agency of adolf meyer who though trained as a neurologist and neuropathologist in zurich paris and edinburgh was destined to become the most influential american psychiatrist of his time. This man died during surgery met god asked him whats the meaning of life duration 1034 living for christ 11668253 views. Pathologist of the mind recounts the life and times of psychiatrist adolf meyer one of the most influential psychiatrists of the first half of the twentieth century although end page 358 he is not frequently mentioned today
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