Eugen Bleuler

Eugen Bleuler around 1900 Paul Eugen Bleuler (; ; 30 April 1857 – 15 July 1939) was a Swiss psychiatrist and eugenicist most notable for his contributions to the understanding of mental illness. He coined many psychiatric terms, such as "schizophrenia", "schizoid", "autism", depth psychology and what Sigmund Freud called "Bleuler's happily chosen term ambivalence". Provided by Wikipedia

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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1962
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1960
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1983
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1925
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1972
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1932
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Published 1969
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1955
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1949
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1931
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1921
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1920
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1921
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1922
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Published 1919
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1918
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1916
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1930
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1923
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by Bleuler, Eugen
Published 1937
Springer Berlin Heidelberg