History of Psychiatry

History of Psychiatry is the leading peer reviewed journal publishing research articles, analysis and information across the entire field of the history of mental illness and the forms of medicine, psychiatry, cultural response and social policy, which have evolved to understand and treat it. It covers all periods of history up to the present day, and all nations and cultures.

Publisher: 
Sage Publishing
ISSN (print): 
0957-154X
ISSN (online): 
1740-2360

Latest articles

Volume 26 (4)

Felix Voisin and the genesis of abnormals
Doron, C.-O., vol. 26 (4): 387-403
The nature of delusion: psychologically explicable? psychologically inexplicable? philosophically explicable? Part 1
Cutting, J., Musalek, M., vol. 26 (4): 404-417
Leon Marillier and the veridical hallucination in late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century French psychology and psychopathology
Le Malefan, P., Sommer, A., vol. 26 (4): 418-432
'A Berlin psychiatrist with an American passport': Lothar Kalinowsky, electroconvulsive therapy and international exchange in the mid-twentieth century
Rzesnitzek, L., vol. 26 (4): 433-451
The multiaxial assessment and the DSM-III: a conceptual analysis
Bronschtein, E., vol. 26 (4): 452-459
Epistemological issues in the history of Italian psychiatry: the contribution of Gaetano Perusini (1879-1915)
Passione, R., vol. 26 (4): 460-469
The creator of the term 'anancasm' was Hungarian: Guyla Donath (1849-1944)
Steinberg, H., vol. 26 (4): 470-476
The 'Preliminary Discourse' to Methodical Nosology, by Francois Boissier de Sauvages (1772)
Starkstein, S., Berrios, G., vol. 26 (4): 477-491
Book Review: Andrew Scull, Madness in Civilization: A Cultural History of Insanity From the Bible to Freud, from the Madhouse to Modern Medicine
Thomson, M., vol. 26 (4): 492-493
Book Review: Leonard Smith, Insanity, Race and Colonialism: Managing Mental Disorder in the Post-Emancipation British Caribbean, 1838-1914
Pringle, Y., vol. 26 (4): 493-494
Book Review: Susan Lamb, Pathologist of the Mind: Adolf Meyer and the Origins of American Psychiatry
Richert, L., vol. 26 (4): 495-496
Book Review: Elizabeth Lunbeck, The Americanization of Narcissism
Millard, C., vol. 26 (4): 496-497
Book Review: Thomas R. Müller, Wahn und Sinn. Patienten, Ärzte, Personal und Institutionen der Psychiatrie in Sachsen vom Mittelalter bis zum Ende des 20. Jahrhunderts
Tillack-Graf, A.-K., vol. 26 (4): 498-499
Book Review: Peter Zachar, Drozdstoj St. Stoyanov, Massimiliano Aragona and Assen Jablensky, Alternative Perspectives on Psychiatric Validation: DSM, ICD, RDoC, and Beyond
Fellowes, S., vol. 26 (4): 499-501
Dissertation Abstracts
vol. 26 (4): 502-509
Henri Ey's Etudes Psychiatriques, Traite des Hallucinations and La Conscience, 2nd edn: the history of the Spanish translations
Casarotti, H., vol. 26 (4): 510-512

Volume 26 (3)

The epistemological significance of possession entering the DSM
Stephenson, C., vol. 26 (3): 251-269
'A vehicle of symbols and nothing more'. George Romanes, theory of mind, information, and Samuel Butler
Forsdyke, D. R., vol. 26 (3): 270-287
'S.W.' and C.G. Jung: mediumship, psychiatry and serial exemplarity
Shamdasani, S., vol. 26 (3): 288-302
Winifred Rushforth and the Davidson Clinic for Medical Psychotherapy: a case study in the overlap of psychotherapy, Christianity and New Age spirituality
Miller, G., vol. 26 (3): 303-317