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American Philosophical Society
Benjamin Rush's Lectures on the Mind (Memoir 144)
Eric T. Carlson, Jeffrey L. Wollock, Pat S. Noel
This vol. contains the lectures of Dr. Benjamin Rush on physiology, which deal with the mind. Regarded as “the father of American psychiatry,” for over 30 years Dr. Rush treated insane patients at the Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia. He published the first American book on psychiatry, “Medical Inquiries & Observations Upon the Disease of the Mind,” in 1812. Contents of this vol.: General Introduction; The Syllabus; The Introductory Lecture; Introduction to the Lectures on Animal Life; Benjamin Rush Lectures on the Mind; Introduction to the Mind; Introduction to Sleep & Dreams; & Epilogue.
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