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Henry Maudsley (1103)

Interests
Clinical psychology, general psychology, philosophical and theoretical psychology, psychiatry
Profession
Psychiatrist
Nationality
British
Born
1835, near Settle, Yorkshire, England
Died
1918, Bushey Heath, Hertfordshire, England
Short Biography
Henry Maudsley FRCP (5 February 1835 – 23 January 1918) was a pioneering British psychiatrist, commemorated in the Maudsley Hospital in London and in the annual Maudsley Lecture of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • MD, University College, London, 1857
Appointments & Honors
  • Medical Superintendent, Cheadle Royal, 1856
  • Medical Superintendent, Manchester Royal Lunatic Hospital, 1859-62
  • Joint Editor, Journal of Mental Science, 1863-78
  • Physician, West London Hospital, 1864-74
  • Lecturer on Insanity, St Mary's Hospital, 1868-9
  • Professor of Medical Jurisprudence, University College London, 1869-79
  • President, Medico-Psychological Association, 1870
Principal Publications
  • 1867 The Physiology and Pathology of Mind. Macmillan.
  • 1870 Body and Mind: An Enquiry into their Connection and Mutual Influence. Macmillan.
  • 1886 Natural Causes and Supernatural Seemings. Kegan.
  • 1908 Heredity, Variation and Genius, with an Essay on Shakespeare and Address on Medicine. Bale, Sons and Danilsson.
  • 1916 Organic to Human - Psychological and Sociological. Macmillan.
  • 1918 Religion and Realities. Bale, Sons and Danilsson.