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Meyer, Adolf

A Swiss-American (1866–1950) professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University who introduced the concept of psychobiology.

Meyer, Adolf

(mī′ĕr)
Swiss-born U.S. psychiatrist, 1866–1950. He proposed a theory of psychobiology that emphasizes the connections between occupational and social experiences and mental illness.

Meyer,

Adolf, U.S. psychiatrist, 1866-1950.
Meyer temporal loop
Meyer-Archambault loop - the fibers of the visual radiation that loop around the tip of the temporal horn.
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While many psychologists may know that Adolf Meyer was important for shaping modern American psychology, few know why and even fewer understand his theory of opsychobiology,o which he struggled to explain in print.
Lev Rozenshtein, Adolf Meyer, and the Model of the Henry Phipps Clinic
This effort had been initiated by Lev Rozenshtein, who sought to build upon the principles of the psychiatrist Adolf Meyer and American mental hygiene.
(20) Adolf Meyer, "The Aims of a Psychiatric Clinic," in The Collected Papers of Adolf Meyer, ed.
Stanley Hall, Ph.D., LL.D." In The Collected Papers of Adolf Meyer, Volume, III: Medical Teaching, edited by Eunice E.
On February 19, Beers, philosopher William James, and psychiatrist Adolf Meyer form the National Committee for Mental Hygiene.
The expert they turned to, however, was none other than Cotton's erstwhile mentor, Adolf Meyer, who, in 1924, sent a young doctor, Phyllis Greenacre, to Trenton to ferret out the facts.
Correspondence of Adolf Meyer. Johns Hopkins Hospital Medical Record, October 30, 1916.
In 1908, prominent psychiatrist Adolf Meyer articulated the emerging view of the mentally unhealthy child: "As a rule we are concerned less with aggressive mischief ...
Adolf Meyer, "What Do Case Histories of Cases of Insanity Teach Us Concerning Preventive Mental Hygiene During the Years of School Life," in The Collected Papers of Adolf Meyer (Baltimore, 1952) [originally published 1908-1909], 342.
CLARK is director of the Adolf Meyer Chronic Pain Treatment Programs at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore.
And the reader needs to be aware that in his flair for telling a good story dramatically, Shorter has people like Adolf Meyer "gasping" (p.