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Eugen Bleuler

a.k.a. Paul Eugen Bleuler

Author Code: OEBX

Born: Apr. 30, 1857 - Zollikon, Zurich, Switzerland

Died: Jul. 15, 1939 - Zollikon, Zurich, Switzerland

Educated in medicine at the universities of Zurich, Bern and Munich, Bleuler received his doctorate in 1883. He spent some time traveling in England and France before undertaking laboratory work in Munich in 1884/85. In 1885, he was appointed assistant physician in Burgholzli and, the following year, became a director of Pleganstalt, a nursing home in Rheinau. In 1898, he was appointed professor of psychiatry at the University of Zurich and also director of the University Psychiatric Hospital. In 1908, he coined the term schizophrenia in a paper dealing with patients at Burgholzli. He is also credited with advancing the research in autism, a term which he also coined. Bleuler became a follower of Freud's methods and, together with his assistant Carl Jung, joined the Vienna Psycho-Analytical Society. He became one of the first psychiatrists to employ psychoanalytical methods in his research. Nevertheless, he had abandoned his support of psychoanalysis by 1911. In 1916, he published Lehrbuch der Psychiatrie, which became the standard in the profession for decades. His other works include Dementia Praecox: or the Group of Schizophrenias (1911) and Theory of Schizophrenia Negativism (1912).

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OEBX002 Consciousness and Association 1919 21 242k eBook Download PDF - 'Consciousness and Association' (OEBX002) Find a printed copy of Consciousness and Association by Eugen Bleuler at AbeBooks
OEBX001 The Theory of Schizophrenic Negativism 1912 17 220k eBook Download PDF - 'The Theory of Schizophrenic Negativism' (OEBX001) Find a printed copy of The Theory of Schizophrenic Negativism by Eugen Bleuler at AbeBooks

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