Freud, Sigmund (1856-1939), the Austrian physician who founded psychoanalysis.
Freud, Sigmund (1856-1939), the Austrian physician who founded psychoanalysis. See more »
Binswanger, Ludwig (1881-1966), a Swiss psychiatrist, sought to understand people as total human beings. See more »
Burt, Cyril (1883-1971), a British psychologist, made important contributions in the areas of statistical analysis, intelligence testing, and juvenile delinquency. See more »
Winnicott, Donald Woods (1896-1971) was a British psychoanalyst and specialist in child development. See more »
Allport, Gordon W. (1897-1967) was an American psychologist known for his research in human personality. See more »
Kraepelin, Emil (1856-1926) was a German psychiatrist who pioneered investigation into the physical causes of mental illness. See more »
Laing, R. D. (1927-1989) was a Scottish psychiatrist whose work centered on schizophrenia and its causes. See more »
Klein, Melanie (1882-1960) was an Austrian-born psychoanalyst who pioneered the field of child psychoanalysis and devised some of the first techniques of play therapy. See more »
Menninger, the family name of three United States psychiatrists. Their clinic for the mentally ill and their psychiatric training programs made Topeka, Kansas, a major psychiatric center. See more »
Rush, Benjamin (1745-1813), an American physician and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. See more »
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