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Some observations on Dr. Rushs work on the diseases of the mind

George Hayward

Some observations on Dr. Rushs work on the diseases of the mind

with remarks on the nature and treatment of insanity

by George Hayward

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Published by s.n. in [Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rush, Benjamin, -- 1746-1813.,
  • Psychiatry -- Early works to 1900

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNew England journal of medicine and surgery, and other collateral branches of science
    Statementby George Hayward
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 44290
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15126567M

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Find more information about: Add tags for "Some observations on Dr. Rush's work on "the diseases of the mind": with remarks on the nature and treatment of insanity". Benjamin Rush (January 4, [O.S. Decem ] – Ap ) was a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence and a civic leader in Philadelphia, where he was a physician, politician, social reformer, humanitarian, and educator as well as the founder of Dickinson attended the Continental Congress.

His later self-description there was: "He aimed right."Alma mater: Princeton University, University of Edinburgh.

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Benjamin Rush, the "father of American psychiatry," was the first to believe that mental illness is a disease of the mind and not a "possession of demons." His classic work, Observations and Inquiries upon the Diseases of the Mind, published inwas the first psychiatric textbook printed in.

Dr. Benjamin Rush and His Views on Alcoholism Viewed: InBenjamin Rush, M.D., a noted and influential physician from Philadelphia and one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, published his book, Medical. : Medical inquiries and observations, upon the diseases of the mind.

(): Rush, Benjamin: Books/5(7). Benjamin Rush, often called “The Father of American Psychiatry,” wrote the first systematic textbook on mental diseases in America entitled, Medical Inquiries and Observations upon Diseases of the Mind, published in Philadelphia in The book went into five editions through and served as the major such textbook for almost 50 years.

Other articles where Medical Inquiries and Observations upon the Diseases of the Mind is discussed: Benjamin Rush: His Medical Inquiries and Observations upon the Diseases of the Mind, published inwas the first and for many years the only American treatise on psychiatry.

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Founding father Dr. Benjamin Rush's psychology textbook, one of the first American books to classify mental illnesses and offer remedies. Benjamin Rush – Medical Inquiries and Observations, Upon Diseases of the Mind. (J ). Retrieved on Rush, Benjamin ().

"A Defence of Blood-letting, as a Remedy for Certain Diseases". Medical Inquiries and Observations 4. Retrieved Brodsky at p. Binger at pp. –Children: Samuel Rush, Julia Rush, John Rush, Benjamin Rush, James Rush. About this Item: Philadelphia[, PA], 2 pp.

plus integral address leaf. 4to. A Fine Medical Letter from Benjamin Rush: "I love to see the productions of young men." Letter written by Pennsylvania physician and Signer of the Declaration of Independence Benjamin Rush to fellow physician Valentine Seaman discussing Dr.

Seaman's recent work on mineral waters and other medical discourses. Medical inquiries and observations, upon the diseases of the mind Medical inquiries and observations, upon the diseases of the mind by Rush, Benjamin, Publication date Openlibrary_work OLW Pages Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT Ppi Pages: As we begin to reopen Rush University Medical Center for elective procedures and in-person care, we are putting your safety first.

For information about COVID, see the latest accepts donations to support our response effort, staff, and patients and families. He also authored the first psychiatry book written by an American, Medical Inquiries and Observations upon the Diseases of the Mind, in In addition to his contributions to medicine and politics, Rush worked on behalf of many social issues of his day, including the establishment of public schools, education for women, prison reform, and.

Medical Inquiries and Observations, Upon the Diseases of the Mind. Philadelphia: Published by Kimber & Richardson, no.Market Street; Merritt, printer, no. 9, Watkins Alley, Benjamin Rush compiles his observations of many years, drawn from his own study and that of others, outlining one of the first descriptions and treatments for.

The University of Chicago Press published his second book, The Death Gap: How Inequality Kills, in As a coauthor of a study in The New England Journal of Medicine, and through his testimony before the U.S. Congress, Ansell influenced the passage in of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act, a federal law that regulates.

His ground breaking treatise Medical Inquiries and Observations Upon Diseases of the Mind, published inoffered new theories describing the causes and treatment of mental illness. Lewis spent three months with Dr. Rush learning when and how to bleed, purge, or otherwise treat a variety of conditions he expected to face the Corps of Discovery.Benjamin Rush was born Decemin Byberry, Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia.

He was the fourth of 7 children. His father, John, a farmer and gunsmith, died when Rush was 6. His mother supported the family by running a grocery store in Philadelphia.

Rush had a devout, evangelistic, Presbyterian by: 9.In his scientific work on the diseases of the mind, he refers frequently to poets, and particularly to Shakespeare, to the history of madness, and apologizes for it in the following words. 'They (poets) view the human mind in all its operations, whether natural or morbid, with a microscopic eye, and hence many things arrest their attention.