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Psychosurgery a scientific analysis by Mark A. J. O"Callaghan

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Published by MTP Press in Lancaster, England, Boston .
Written in English

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  • Psychosurgery.

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Edition Notes

StatementMark A.J. O"Callaghan and Douglas Carroll.
ContributionsCarroll, Douglas.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRD594 .O25 1982, RD594 O25 1982
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 332 p. :
Number of Pages332
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19404781M
ISBN 100852004583
OCLC/WorldCa8573940

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Psychosurgery, or the surgical treatment of mental disorders, has enjoyed a spectacular revival over the past ten years as new brain stimulation techniques have become available. Neuromodulation offers new possibilities for the treatment of psychiatric disorders such as depression,Author: Marc Lévêque. Psychosurgery, the treatment of psychosis or other mental disorders by means of brain surgery. The first such technique was developed by a Portuguese neurologist, António Egas Moniz, and was first performed by his colleague, Almeida Lima, in The procedure, called lobotomy or prefrontal. Psychosurgery Definition Psychosurgery involves severing or otherwise disabling areas of the brain to treat a personality disorder, behavior disorder, or other mental illness. Modern psychosurgical techniques target the pathways between the limbic system (the portion of the brain on the inner edge of the cerebral cortex) that is believed to regulate. PSYCHOSURGERY: Damaging the Brain to Save the Mind User Review - Kirkus. Forget those ice-picking, mind-deadening lobotomies of yesteryear; society needs to keep an open mind about modern psychosurgery, argues Rodgers (Raising Sons, ), Director of Public Affairs for.

The s was the decade when psychosurgery was most popular, largely due to the efforts of American neurologist Walter Freeman; its use has been declining since then. Freeman’s particular form of psychosurgery, the lobotomy, was last used in the s, but other forms of psychosurgery, such as the cingulotomy and capsulotomy have survived. What is Psychosurgery? /**/ Psychosurgery is another very controversial type of treatment. Psychosurgery means surgical procedures carried out on the brain to treat mental disorders. Psychosurgery goes way back to prehistoric times. There is evidence that Neolithic people survived deliberate surgery to the head - ancient skulls have been found with carefully cut holes that show . Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. PSY Chapter STUDY. PLAY. What is meant by psychotherapy? (book/lecture) ECT, and psychosurgery are all examples (book/lecture) care that focuses on treating the brain, or reworking it. The use of medications, electroconvulsive therapy, or other medical treatments to treat the symptoms associated with psychological disorders.