The American Reaction to Dementia Praecox, 1900

@article{Noll2004TheAR,
  title={The American Reaction to Dementia Praecox, 1900},
  author={R. Noll},
  journal={History of Psychiatry},
  year={2004},
  volume={15},
  pages={127 - 128}
}
  • R. Noll
  • Published 2004
  • Medicine
  • History of Psychiatry
The introduction of the concept of dementia praecox into Spain, 1902-19.
Edited by Dr Tom DeningModern psychiatry has been shaped by Emil Kraepelin's nosological revolution. Historiography, accordingly, has taken an interest in how his ideas on psychiatry were introducedExpand
The introduction of the concept of dementia praecox into Spain, 1902—19
TLDR
The introduction of dementia praecox into Spanish psychiatry and its relationship with the theoretical debate taking place there at the time in the context of Spanish psychiatric care and institutions is analyzed. Expand
Classic Text No. 72 Non-dementia non-praecox: note on the advantages to mental hygiene of extirpating a term
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  • History of psychiatry
  • 2007
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The historical context of autointoxication theory in medicine is explored in depth to enable the understanding of Kraepelin's aetiological assumption and his application of a rational treatment based on it — organotherapy. Expand
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  • History of psychiatry
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The history of serological investigations of the blood of the insane is traced from the initial such study in 1854 by a solitary Scottish asylum physician to the January 2005 announcement by an international team of geneticists of the development of a genomic blood test that can differentially diagnose schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Expand
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Historical review: Autointoxication and focal infection theories of dementia praecox
  • R. Noll
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The world journal of biological psychiatry : the official journal of the World Federation of Societies of Biological Psychiatry
  • 2004
TLDR
Rational treatments for dementia praecox that followed logically from these aetiological theories were colonic irrigations and major abdominal surgeries such as appendicostomies, colectomies and the removal of presumably infected ovaries, testes and other organs associated with reproduction. Expand

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The British reaction to dementia praecox 1893-1913. Part 1
TLDR
This two-part study focuses on the early British reaction to Kraepelin's concept of dementia praecox, from 1893, when he first introduced it, to 1913 when it gained general recognition. Expand
A GENERAL VIEW OF DEMENTIA PRECOX