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Relational aspects of puerperal psychotic syndromes
Establishment of a mother-and-baby-unit in the psychiatrie ward of the Rotterdam Academie Hospital has made it much easier to provide effective management for patients suffering from puerperal psychosis. This provided also new possibilities to stu...Read more
Security and stress in society
Society can be considered as a covering structure, determining the roles of people according to their place in this structure. Culture is the whole of values and norms, regulating the interactions of indivduals in a given society.
Society and cult...
E.C.T. discussion and the medical model/social model controversy in psychiatry
This article is a contribution to the discussion on the permissibility of E.C.T. It is based on the supposition that the E.C.T. controversy is part of the continued conflictmedical model/social model in psychiatry, making the whole discussion at l...Read more
Training in psychiatry
There is given a rough draft of a system of training in psychiatry, in which the accent is not laid on the substantial-programatic aspects, but in which the doctor-in-training and his personal encounter with the patients are the tentral points. Se...Read more
Pursuit of thinness and urge to move. The significance of hyperactivity in anorexia nervosa (part I).
The first clinical descriptions of anorexia nervosa, by Gull and Lasègue, already paid special attention to the striking motorial restlessness and physical hyperactivity which is astonishing in respect of the sometimes dramatic emaciation of these...Read more
New living experiments for psychiatrie patients.
In spite of all positive developments the psychiatrie hospitals stay on the level of treatment, living-climate, architecture and organisation-structure grafted on the 'hospital-model'. Recently the intermural living of patients comes up to discuss...Read more
The patient-staff meeting, ideology and practice.
Patient-staff meetings, also known as community meetings or ward meetings, are a common feature in modern psychiatry though not without their problems and controversies. An attempt to explain the apparent ambivalency of professionals toward this m...Read more
Pursuit of thinness and urge to move. The significance of hyperactivity in anorexia nervosa (part 11).
In this part the author discussen the different explanations and reflections about hyperactivity in anorexia nervosa. Although this aspect has been neglected in several studies, one has tried to elucidate this phenomenon from differing theoretical...Read more
The impact of the Freud-Jung correspondence on the history of ideas.
In the introduction the importante of this correspondence as a historical document is described. Retrospectively, we see 1 the origin and the beginning of the psychoanalytical movement; in other words the development of psychoanalysis as a social ...Read more
Sociotherapy, mentally iii delinquents and a social learning treatment model.
In this article an outline is given of the implications for a sociotherapeutic approach, theoretically based on principles of a learning theory, in an institutional setting treating mentally ill deliquents. The sociotherapist is described as a cot...Read more
The heautoscopic hallucination
The case of a 77-year-old women with continual heautoscopic hallucinations 2 weeks after a cataract extraction was reported. After this operation occurred also a considerable loss of vision with a central scotoma because of a bilateral disciform d...Read more
A psychophysiologic model of depression
1 — A model of affective disorders is presented based on two antagonizing subsystems in the CNS: the reward system (or euphoria system) and the punishment system (or dysphoria system), the former consisting of the septal area and medial forebrain ...Read more
Mental patients and their professional helpers
In two mental hospitals sociological research was done about the specific character of social interactions between mental patients and their professional helpers.
The starting point of the research was the patient and his referent other among the ...
Masters & Johnson's Therapy: (anti-) Psychotherapy?
The scientific research of 'Human Sexual Response' and the new sex therapies have to be considered as a new movement in the history of medicine and of psychotherapy. The 'conspiracy of silence' of classic medicine always excluded research of anato...Read more
The prevention of hospitalisation
On the treatment of crises without admission into a psychiatric hospital. The determinants of the decision for psychiatrie hospitalisation are discussed. In the treatment of crises admission is not always a satisfactory procedure. Some strategies ...Read more
Varieties of 'Short-term Dynamic Psychotherapy'
An analysis is made of three forms of 'Short-term Dynamic Psychotherapy', as worked out by D. H. Malan (Tavistock Clinic - London) who calls his form 'Brief Therapy', by P. E. Sifneos (Beth Israël Hospital - Boston) with 'Short-term anxiety-provok...Read more
'The chronic patiënt', dealing with a treatment
1 — The dysharmony between intellect (neo-cortex) and emotion (allo-cortex) should be recognized as a natural phase in the development of the human brain. Only in a restricted number of cases in this dysharmony based on psychiatric pathology.
2 — ...
Ethological perspectives in psychiatry
Ethology is the cross-species study of behavior using an evolutionary perspective. It has developed 1) a methodology which emphasizes the observation of a species in its natural habitat (seriously neglected in psychiatry), 2) an organized body of ...Read more
The beneficial effect of multiple vitamin administration on the behaviour of psychiatric patients
Pauling introduced the concept of orthomolecular psychiatry. According to this concept, the treatment of mental disease should benefit by optimalisation of the molecular environment of the mind. In this connection, the effect of multiple vitamin a...Read more
Parental rights have their limitations where the interest of the child is at stake
A court-decision is presented where the natural parents were refused the custody of their 2-year old daugther and the foster-parents were appointed legal guardins. A distinction is made between general arguments, concerning psychological versus bi...Read more
Motivation for therapy
In literature 'motivation for therapy' has very different and often unclear meanings. Sometimes it seems to have no meaning at all. In practice however motivation has to be considered. To avoid ambiguities the author proposes to define motivation ...Read more
Psychological stress in advanced medical care - renai dialysis -
To give support to many problems arising from departments of heartsurgery, dialysis and transplantation, and intensive care units, many psychiatrists and clinical psychologists assist to patients, with an often limited 'life-span'. Their being 'ho...Read more
Lines of Development and Categories of Diagnosis; a Survey of the Literature.
Several lines of development are outlined f.i. that of Freud, Piaget, Erikson and Mahler. The hypothesis is that a fixation at a specific moment in the line of development — by a psychotraumatic event or by a psychotoxic, micro-social milieu — giv...Read more
Applying the optimality concept in neurological examination of children with behavioral problems and learning difficulties.
To categorize interpretation of examinationresults, it is often not possible to use the normality concept, because of the fact that not sufficient data are available, on which the normality concept is properly applicable. This for instance is the ...Read more