6 edition of The nature of hysteria found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-129) and index.
|LC Classifications||RC532 .M54 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 133 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||133|
|LC Control Number||95018320|
The role of psychological trauma (eg, rape, physical assaults, torture, motor vehicle accidents) as an etiological factor in mental disorders, anticipated as early as the 19th century by Janet, Freud, and Breuer, and more specifically during World War I and II by Kardiner, was “rediscovered” some 20 years ago in the wake of the psychological traumas inflicted by the Vietnam war and the Cited by: This collective derangement has a name: mass hysteria. In his new book, STOP MASS HYSTERIA, #1 New York Times bestselling author Michael Savage not only deconstructs the Left's unhinged response to traditional American values like borders, language, and culture, but takes the reader on an unprecedented journey through mass hysteria's long Author: Michael Savage.
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It was believed that hysteria, also known as neurasthenia, could be set off by a plethora of bad habits including reading novels (which caused erotic fantasies), masturbation, and homosexual or bisexual tendencies resulting in any number of symptoms such as seductive behaviors, contractures, functional paralysis, irrationality, and general troublemaking of various : Terri Kapsalis. Besides defining the nature of hysteria, 20 th Century psychiatrists also considered its history and geography. During World Wars hysteria attracted the attention of military doctors, and several authors have recorded their impressions on the frequency of hysteria in this period. Under battle conditions, the way in which hysterical symptoms Cited by:
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Why is everyone so familiar with hysteria, yet no one can say exactly what it is. Written by a physician, this book attempts to find answers to the intriguing questions surrounding hysteria.
Niel Micklem focuses not simply on the familiar clinical appearances of the condition, but more on the nature of this elusive ailment as it is revealed by reading the image of its mythical background Author: Niel Micklem. The nature of hysteria.
[Niel Micklem] -- This book is about the nature of medicine's oldest and most controversial disease, hysteria, and why it has been the source of so much deception and uncertainty. Following a short account of the.
Hysteria was a frequently diagnosed illness in the West through the nineteenth and much of the twentieth century. Today the medical profession has virtually abandoned the diagnosis altogether.
However, this does not mean that hysteria has ceased to exist. In The Nature of Hysteria, Niel Micklem argu. The Nature of Hysteria - Kindle edition by Micklem, Niel. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Nature of Hysteria.5/5(1).
In The Nature of Hysteria, Niel Micklem argues that the disease has merely shifted into other personal and collective forms. He traces the history of hysteria from ancient Egyptian times to the present and examines its mythic background.
He also describes the involvement of sexuality in the clinical manifestations of hysteria to witchcraft, and Cited by: DOI link for The Nature of Hysteria. The Nature of Hysteria book. The Nature of Hysteria. DOI link for The Nature of Hysteria. The Nature of Hysteria book.
By Niel Micklem. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 2 September Pub. location London. Imprint by: THESE two books furnish yet one more proof—if further proof were needed at the present day—of the right of psychology to a place among the primary sciences.
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Read "The Nature of Hysteria" by Niel Micklem available from Rakuten Kobo. Hysteria was a frequently diagnosed illness in the West through the nineteenth and much of the twentieth century. Today Brand: Taylor And Francis.
A tale of two disorders: syphilis, hysteria and the struggle to treat mental illness. In their thoughtful and engaging book, Nature : Anne Harrington. Book Reviews. Book Review: Hysteria by Elisabeth de Mariaffi. Longtime readers will recognize that this is neither Pearl nor Smokey.
It's basically a random cat I took a picture of at my local cat cafe-but look how beautifully he posed for the picture. This book is about the nature of medicine's oldest and most controversial disease, hysteria, and why it has been the source of so much deception and uncertainty.
Following a short account of the history of hysteria, the author approaches the subject by way of its psychological rather than its clinical appearances and looks into the background Author: Niel Micklem. Hysteria is a superbly written contemporary novel that flirts equally with the genre of thriller, and literary novel, both.
De Mariaffi hooks the reader through a strong sense of character, and the subtle hint that something is superbly wrong, something that both the reader and central characters have no /5.
Today, hysteria is no longer an accepted medical diagnosis, but the label persists as a way to demean and dismiss women who express outbursts of emotion. This is the case for Heike Lerner, the protagonist of de Mariaffi’s terrifying sophomore novel. That’s the question raised in this book by Schwartz, who persuasively argues that Martian hysteria was largely a media invention.
Drawing on both ratings and hundreds of archived original letters from listeners (both pro and con) addressed to the FCC and CBS, Schwartz easily dismantles the idea that Welles alarmed the nation, as most people.
MASS HYSTERIA, by Michael Patrick Hicks is a book that takes a "slightly" different take on the end of the world, than the typical starts out with Meteors, soon has all the animals turning on the humans. Oddly enough, this didn't bother me so much, as /5.
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Hysteria, of course, is a paradigmatic example, and this topic has been well covered in a whole slue of previous books in recent years; but mania (and bipolar Author: Simon Shorvon. Note how up until this point in the history of hysteria nature is given precedence over nurture.
In the "womb" theory as well as in Charcot's hereditary theory, hysteria is seen as something inescapable, as predetermined because it is somehow programmed into one's very physiological and genetic constitution.
Human Nature Causing Mass Hysteria in The Crucible 8 August Human nature is a word describing our reactions to events, our own inner struggles, and our interaction with others, a tendency that every human has in common. In his new book, #1 New York Times bestselling author Michael Savage provides a historical examination that reveals the causes and true nature of the sinister forces creating MASS HYSTERIA.
From the days of Columbus and the Salem Witch trails to today’s climate of Antifa and witch hunts against President Trump, hysteria is the preferred tool.
In his new book, Stop Mass Hysteria, #1 New York Times bestselling author Michael Savage not only deconstructs the Left's unhinged response to traditional American values like borders, language, and culture, but takes the reader on an unprecedented journey through mass hysteria's long history in the United States.
From Christopher Columbus to Brand: Center Street.In G.S. Rousseau's essay "A Strange Pathology: Hysteria in the Early Modern World, ," he discusses the binary nature of hysteria: "For men, a cycle was thus set up of erotic infatuation, unrequited love, love sickness, anger, and, finally, melancholy.