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Ten Years That Changed the Face of Mental Illness epub

by Jean Thullier


Ten Years That Changed the Face of Mental Illness epub

ISBN: 1853178861

ISBN13: 978-1853178863

Author: Jean Thullier

Category: Medical Books

Subcategory: Medicine

Language: English

Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (September 1999)

Pages: 240 pages

ePUB book: 1874 kb

FB2 book: 1472 kb

Rating: 4.5

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Published online by Cambridge University Press: 02 January 2018. Send article to Kindle. Shorter, E. (1996) A History of Psychiatry: From the Era of the Asylum to the Age of Prozac. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

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by Jean Thullier (Author). Thuillier recounts these and other episodes with a literary verve that is rare in medical and scientific books and draws on numerous anecdotes from his personal relationships with the pioneers.

by Jean Thullier (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1853178863. The eminently lucid presentation is retained in this excellent English translation. Thuillier's literary skills are easy to appreciate: besides his major contributions as a psychiatrist and pharmacologist, he has published several novels and books of poetry, as well as books of medical history.

November 23, 2010 History by Thuillier, Jean Dr. Published 1999 by Martin Dunitz, Distributed in the United States by. .

November 23, 2010 History. Thuillier, Jean Dr. Ten years that changed the face of mental illness Close. by Thuillier, Jean Dr. Published 1999 by Martin Dunitz, Distributed in the United States by Blackwell Science in London, Malden, MA, USA. History, Mental illness, Psychotropic drugs, Chlorpromazine, Psychiatry, Chemotherapy, Psychopharmacology. Jean Thuillier Dr. Times.

Ten Years That Changed the Face of Mental Illness. This is an idiosyncratic, lively, and very personal book about the discovery of medication useful in the treatment of psychiatric illnesses. The 1950's were an amazing decade for psychiatry. Until then there were no safe and effective medications. In one decade the following agents were introduced: lithium (well, just before the & chlorpromazine, iproniazid, imipramine, and chlordiazepoxide. Jean Thuillier was working at the Sainte-Anne Psychiatric Centre in Paris, saw it all and knew all the major players it seems. Jean Thuillier and Martin Dunitz, 1999. Experiences of subjective burden were analyzed in a sample of 164 siblings of persons with serious mental illness. Jean Thuillier and Martin Dunitz, 1999 August 2001 · International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. Findings indicated that the well sibling's experience of burden was consistently related to the symptomatology of the ill sibling. In addition, those who viewed the ill sibling's behavior as outside his or control exhibited lower levels of subjective burden than did those who viewed. the behavior as within the sibling's control.

In another ten years, his annual production had increased ten-fold. Ten Years Which Changed the Face of Mental Illness, by Jean Thullier. First atomic pile patent issued. Originally using imported English steel instead of cast iron, he converted to . made steel when Pittsburgh steel plants could supply a suitable product. In 1955, the highly classified . patent (No. 2,708,656) for the first atomic pile was finally issued, 11 years after it had been filed on 19 Dec 1944.

An absorbing account of the development of chlorpromazine written by a participant working with the original team.