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(2012). About the Editors: Richard C. Friedman, M.D., Editor. Psychodyn. Psych., 40(1):1-2.

(2012). Psychodynamic Psychiatry, 40(1):1-2

About the Editors: Richard C. Friedman, M.D., Editor Related Papers

Richard C. Friedman, M.D., Editor of Psychodynamic Psychiatry, is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Cornell/Weill Medical School and Lecturer in Psychiatry at The College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University. He is a faculty member of the Columbia Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research.

Friedman attended The University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry and did a Residency in Psychiatry at The College of Physicians and Surgeons and New York State Psychiatric Institute. He was Chief Resident in Psychiatry in 1969-70. Friedman was the first investigator to describe the effects of sleep deprivation on the performance of medical interns. He has carried out research on adolescent depression, and on psychoendocrine and psychodynamic aspects of male sexual orientation. His book Male Homosexuality: A Contemporary Psychoanalytic Perspective (1988) was the first to integrate sexology, psycho-neuro-endocrinology and psychoanalytic theory and practice in the area of sexual orientation. In 1991 Friedman began a collaboration with Dr. Jennifer Downey which led to publications in medical, psychiatric, and psychoanalytic journals.

Their book Sexual Orientation and Psychoanalysis (Friedman & Downey, 2002) was republished in 2008 by Columbia University Press as Sexual Orientation and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. He received the Mary S. Sigourney Award in 2009 from the Sigourney Trust in recognition of distinguished contributions to the field of psychoanalysis.

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