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  • ...psychiatrist]] who wrote extensively on [[mental illness]], particularly [[psychosis]]. The development of his unorthodox views stemmed from early professional ...g if given a chance. Thankfully, his superiors took this as a systematic research effort, which is exactly how Laing looked at it.
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  • ...develop treatments for, even the most severe [[psychosis|psychoses]]. This search for satisfaction via personal involvement with others led Sullivan to chara ...e was rumored to have suffered some kind of mental breakdown, possibly a [[psychosis|psychotic]] episode.
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  • ...who suffered with mental problems. In the past 70 years infant and child research and new discoveries in adults have led to further modification of theory. D ...m the treatment of women with mental disturbances) (Blum, 1977). Several researchers, coming together in Blum's 1977 book, ''Female Psychology,'' followed [[
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  • ...nborg suffered [[hallucination]]s of "acute [[schizophrenia]] or epileptic psychosis."</ref> One of the most prominent Swedish authors of Swedenborg's day, Joha *Johnson, John, "Henry Maudsley on Swedenborg's messianic psychosis." ''British Journal of Psychiatry'' 165 (1994):690-691.
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  • ...ating the connection between disturbance in psychosexual development and [[psychosis]], which was later worked out by Freud. Freud regarded Karl Abraham as his ...ogether with [[Sandor Ferenczi]] he developed the first psychoanalytical research on these problems.
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  • ...unconscious (neither being swamped by it&mdash;a state characteristic of [[psychosis]]&mdash;nor being completely shut off from it&mdash;a state that results in ...al analysis is a way to experience and integrate unknown material. It is a search for the meaning of behaviors, symptoms, and events. This effort to understa
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  • ...s monkey]]s. A graduate of [[Stanford University]], Harlow conducted his research at the [[University of Wisconsin-Madison]]. His work demonstrated the impor ...arting as a study of factors involved in mother-infant bonding, Harlow's research soon entered areas that were questionable at best, and often [[ethics|uneth
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  • ...ulinic Acid Dehydratase Porphyria (ADP),"], ''NIH Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network'' (2012). Retrieved June 3, 2012.</ref> ...phyria]]s are characterized by acute neurological attacks ([[seizure]]s, [[psychosis]], extreme [[back pain|back]] and [[abdominal pain]] and an acute [[polyneu
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  • ...o his parents' care in St. Louis. Vollmer's addiction led to a temporary [[psychosis]], which resulted in her admission to a hospital, and the custody of her ch Burroughs was arrested after police searched his home and found letters between him and [[Allen Ginsberg]] referring t
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  • ...9, his marriage was shattered. His wife suffered from a severe outbreak of psychosis, and even after her recovery, Hesse saw no possible future with her. Their ...) about what has brought him such peace, Siddhartha replies that "too much searching can get in the way of finding." Everything deserves love, Siddhartha tel
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  • ...dhood, with his parents [[divorce|divorcing]] and his sister suffering a [[psychosis|psychotic]] breakdown. His educational odyssey took him to [[Michigan State ...ver awarded. He held a position as lecturer at the New School for Social Research, as well as visiting, as a professor, at [[Harvard]], [[Yale]], [[Princeton
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  • ...ives."<ref name = "Barnes&Noble">[http://btobsearch.barnesandnoble.com/booksearch/isbninquiry.asp?z=y&btob=&isbn=080213422X An advertisement by Barnes & Nobl ...c borderline personality, frantically defending himself against… all-out psychosis.<ref name = "Myers" /></blockquote>
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  • ... lacking academic credentials, he was an excellent writer and insightful researcher, winning prizes for his writings and becoming a distinguished professor a ...ained a professor emeritus at Harvard, continuing to write and carry out research with his wife until his death in 1994.
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  • ...chological development]], and he spent a significant portion of his life researching this aspect of life, as revealed in [[symbol]]ic form through [[dream]]s ...r Zurich and Jung was an aspiring young doctor there on the rise. Jung's research at the Burghölzli established him as a psychiatrist of international reput
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  • ...their male sex organs, Freud spent four weeks at the Austrian zoological research station in [[Trieste]], dissecting hundreds of eels without finding more th ... until the 1980s that Freud's speculations were confirmed by more modern research. Freud also wrote a book about [[aphasia]].
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  • ...als, as well as domestic issues such as federal funding of [[stem cell]] research, the ineffective federal response to [[Hurricane Katrina]], and controversi ...ing%22 President Bush and House Republicans Undermine Life Saving Health Research]. ''U.S. House of Representatives'', 2006-09-12. accessdate 2006-10-11</ref
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  • ...n]]; pyromaniacs are also distinct from those who start fires because of [[psychosis|psychoses]], for personal, monetary or political gain, or for acts of [[rev ...orical appraisal of America's experience with "pyromania"—a diagnosis in search of a disorder." National Institutes of Health [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
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  • ...rigins of [[evolution]]; sentient computers; extra-terrestrial beings; the search for one's place in the universe; and re-birth all seen within a cold, foreb ...driven mad by the haunted Overlook Hotel until collapsing into homicidal [[psychosis]], then trying to kill his family with an ax.
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  • ...ts of the universe to him. As the dream recurred, the pile of magazines he searched grew smaller and smaller, but he never reached the bottom. Eventually, he ...of fact checking, sourcing, notes and index, "the usual evidence of deep research that gives a biography the solid stamp of authority."<ref>{{cite news |firs
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