Bleuler, Eugen

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Bleuler, Eugen

(bloy′lĕr, oy′gĕn)
[1857–1939]
Swiss psychiatrist known for studies on schizophrenia.
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In 1911, Swiss psychiatrist Eugen Bleuler renamed dementia praecox "schizophrenia.
There are many other errors, particularly concerning Freud and the psychiatrists Eugen Bleuler and Carl Gustav Jung, that I could comment on, but I think I have made my point.
Depressive symptoms have been recognized as part of schizophrenia since the latter was first described by Eugen Bleuler.
Far from rejecting Freud's theories, Eugen Bleuler, the predecessor of Carl Gustav Jung at Zurich's Burgholzli Psychiatric Clinic, belonged to his first supporters.