Kraepelin


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Krae·pe·lin

(krĕp′ə-lēn′), Emil 1856-1926.
German psychiatrist whose classification system of mental disorders formed the foundation for the standard diagnostic text in the field of psychiatry, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM).
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Kraepelin contribuyo a consolidar la psiquiatria ampliada, pues, al asumir los postulados de la teoria de la degeneracion, fundamento lo que concebimos hoy como psiquiatria, manteniendo las aspiraciones higienistas decimononicas de medicalizar los problemas existenciales y sociales (28).
By 1921, German psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin, one of the first scientists to delve into mental illness, detailed the biological causes and noted the difference between manic depressive and schizophrenia.
Dr Rasid Tahsin (1870-1936), who studied with Emil Kraepelin (1856-1926) in Germany was the instructor of this first course on neuropsychiatry given at Mekteb-i Tibbiye-i Adliye-i Sahane (The Imperial School of Medicine) (15,16).
Kraepelin E (1902) Clinical psychiatry: a textbook for students and physicians.
Kraepelin named it as' dementia praecox' in 18962 and Bleuler renamed it as schizophrenia in 19083.
This return to thinking of mood disorders as existing on a continuum, as psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin, MD, theorized around the turn of the last century, pivots on the decision to do away with mixed states and to instead add the mixed features specifier.
1] Since the work of Kraepelin, mental disorders have been classified into different diseases or disorders based on the pattern of clinical symptoms and the long-term prognosis of the condition.
The life history of Chactas reticulatus Kraepelin, 1912 (Scorpiones, Chactidae), with a comparative analysis of the reproductive traits of three scorpion lineages in relation to habitat.
opisivao simptome shizofrenije, Kraepelin je primijetio da pacijentove asocijacije obiljezava zbunjujuca nerazumljivost koju je on nazvao nekoherentnost misli (Kraepelin 1913, prema McKenna i Oh 2005; Kuperberg i Caplan 2003: 444).
Emil Kraepelin, a German psychiatrist, recognized that the causes of mental illness were biological," writes Brian Krans in his 2012 essay, the History of Bipolar Disorder.
Para ello, se da inicio con la nocion de las "locuras parciales", las constituciones o "estados fundamentales" de los maniaco-depresivos de Kraepelin y continua con lo que fue la caracterologia de principios del siglo xx.