DSM notes - Mid 20 th century onwards De- From Freud to...

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MHS 252 – February 3rd 02:01 Psychiatry culture and globalization DSM and colonial psychiatry lecture R.D. Laing and the british anti-psychiatry movement: a socio-historical analysis  by Nick Crossley Colonial psychiatry and the “African mind”  by McCulloch DSM-III and the transformation of American psychiatry: a history  by Wilson History of Western Psychiatry 19 th  century birth of psychiatry and the asylum era German biological psychiatry Early 20 th  century Neurasthenia and Freud Antipsychiatry movement
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Unformatted text preview: Mid 20 th century onwards De-institutionalization From Freud to Prozac Freud’s ideas are still with us (trauma attributable to Freud) Antipsychiatry movement Establishing the “normal” body Rise of experimentation (powerpoint) Neo-Kraepelin “revolution” Biology based Biotechnologies Is equitable access to biotech the key way of improving population health Growing biotechnological way of conceptualizing health “technofix” + technocratic forms of governance 02:01 02:01...
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