Hans Berger (1873–1941)

  title={Hans Berger (1873–1941)},
  author={Kazimierz Karbowski},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  • K. Karbowski
  • Published 1 July 2002
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Neurology
JO N 8 72 Hans Berger was born on 21 May 1873 in Neuses near Coburg, Thuringia-Germany, as the only son of a physician. He studied medicine from 1893 to 1897 in Berlin, Jena, Würzburg, Kiel and then again in Jena. On 19 June 1897 he obtained the post of assistant physician at the University Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital in Jena, headed by the famous psychiatrist Otto Binswanger [1852–1929]. At Jena, Berger went through all stages of an academic career, becoming a full professor and successor to… 

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Hans Bergers Idee von der “psychichen Energie

  • Zur er- sten Publikation “Ueber das Elek- trenkephalogramm des Menschen”. Nervenarzt
  • 1970

Das Elektrenkephalo- gramm des Menschen

  • Nova Acta Leopoldina, Halle (Saale),
  • 1938

Hans Berger – Life and Work

  • 1993

Hans Bergers Idee von der “ psychichen Energie ” . Zur ersten Publikation “ Ueber das Elektrenkephalogramm des Menschen ”

  • Nervenarzt
  • 1970

jähriges Ju- biläum der Nervenklinik an der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

  • Wiss Z FSU,
  • 1954