Lectures on the history of psychiatry : the Squibb series /

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Other Authors: Murray, R. M., Turner, Trevor H.
Format: Book
Published: London : [S.l.] : Gaskell ; Distributed in North America by American Psychiatric Press, c1990.
Table of Contents:
  • The history of psychiatry as the history of an art / James Birley (1974)
  • Medico-psychologists, Maudsley and The Maudsley / Alexander Walk (1975)
  • Hospitals, madhouses and asylums: cycles in the care of the insane / Patricia Allderidge (1978)
  • "Truth is a point of view": an account of the life of Dr Ernest Jones / Thomas Gruffydd Davies (1979)
  • Insanity and the realities of history in early modern England / Michael MacDonald (1980)
  • Old familiar faces: some aspects of the asylum era in Britain / Edward Hare (1981)
  • Opium and the doctors: disease theory and policy / Virginia Berridge (1982)
  • The nervous patient in 18th- and 19th-century Britain: the psychiatric origins of British neurology / William F. Bynum (1983)
  • The diary of a madman, 17th century style: Goodwin Wharton, MP and communer with the fairy world / Roy Porter (1985)
  • Desperate remedies: a Gothic tale of madness and modern medicine / Andrew Scull (1986)
  • Rich and mad in Victorian England / Trevor Turner (1987)
  • Memory and the cognitive paradigm of dementia during the 19th century: a conceptual history / German Berrios (1988)