|Masserman, J.H. (1978). Jules H. Masserman. J. Amer. Acad. Psychoanal., 6:1-2.
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(1978). Journal of American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 6:1-2
Jules H. Masserman
Jules H. Masserman
Jules Masserman was trained in music at the Detroit Conservatory, in pharmacy at Sandusky College, in history, philosophy, and medicine at Wayne University, in neurology at Stanford, in psychobiology at Johns Hopkins, in psychiatry at the University of Chicago, in psychoanalysis at the Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute, in the vagaries, vicissitudes, and vicarious victories of academe as Professor and Co-Chairman of Psychiatry at Northwestern University, and in interdisciplinary humility as a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences.
During these years his research studies, scientific writings, and various public services earned him the Phi Lambda Kappa National Award in Pathology, the Taylor Manor Award in Psychiatry, the Lasker Award “For outstanding contributions to the advancement of mental health through experimental investigations,” several Gubernatorial and Presidential citations, the Sigmund Freud Award in 1974, and many honorary lectureships in the United States and 12 foreign countries. Dr. Masserman has been Chairman of the Illinois Psychiatric Research and TrainingAuthority, Member of the Board of Trustees of various schools and training institutes, President of the American Society of Group Therapy, the American Society of Biological Psychiatry and the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, Honorary Life President of the International Association for Social Psychiatry, Consultant in Psychiatry to the United Nations, Councillor, Vice-President, Secretary and now President-elect of the American Psychiatric Association.
He is the author of Behavior and Neurosis, Principles of Dynamic
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