Henri F. Ellenberger

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The emergence of dynamic psychiatry can be traced to the year 1775, to a clash between the physician Mesmer and the exorcist Gassner. Gassner, an immensely successful and popular healer, personified the forces of tradition. He had mastered an age-old technique that he applied in the name of the established religion, but the spirit of the times was against(More)
Glutamate is required for the transmission of inspiratory drive in respiratory premotor and motor neurons. The glutamate receptors (GluRs) responsible for this essential function have yet to be anatomically characterized. We mapped the GluR subtypes expressed by respiratory premotor and motor neurons by using combined immunohistochemistry and retrograde(More)