Meyer, Adolf


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Meyer, Adolf

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