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  • Case Histories From the History of Psychiatry - Learn the history of psychiatry through an interactive exploration of case histories from Pinel, Griesinger, Alzheimer, etc. ... from the history of psychiatry.

  • Elliot Valenstein on the history of the lobotomy - Better Living Through Lobotomy: What can the history of psychosurgery tell
    us about medicine today?

  • History of psychiatry - Bibliography, biographies, texts, links, photo gallery, etc., Kraepelin, Pinel, Griesinger, Ey, Magmam,etc. Spanish text.

  • Psychiatry in Liverpool: 20th Century - In 1906 2,700 patients, or one fifth of the total number under its control, were sent from Liverpool at a cost to the ratepayers of 8/2d. per patient per week.

  • Turkish History of Psychiatry Museum / Edirne - While the mental patients were subjected to inhumanly severe tortures and even killed because devil entered into their spirits in the western countries during the Middle age, our mental patients were treated with MUSIC at the DARÜSSIFA (mental hospital) section of the institution in Edirne made to be constructed by architect Hayrettin by Sultan Bayezit II in 1488.

  • World of Asylums - An enthusiast's site, it joins a stream of other excellent web-sites in looking at the history of mental healthcare provision.I think that there has become a "nuclear family" of on-line resources dedicated to this subject; we are just part of it!

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