“Shelter for the psyche: Expert on seasonal affective disorder surveys an extraordinary winter” by Alvin Powell, Harvard Gazette an interview with BPSI member, Jacqueline Olds, MD

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As this long, dark New England winter drags on, Harvard psychiatrist Jacqueline Olds has a reminder for a region now three weeks late for work and struggling with a bad bout of seasonal blues: Spring is coming. She also has some advice. In an interview with the Gazette, Olds, an expert on seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and co-founder of a startup that makes devices for tracking personal exposure to bright light, prescribed doses of sun and...

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Psychoanalysis and Academia: Present, Past, Future

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Psychoanalysis and Academia: Present, Past, Future   By Murray Schwartz     When, in The Question of Lay Analysis (1926), Freud sketched his ideal of a “college of psychoanalysis,” he transcended a “Two Cultures” view of psychoanalytic education. By including such disciplines as history, mythology, religion, and “the science of literature,” along with sexuality and “the symptomology of psychiatry,” his vision...

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Remarks on the History of BPSI

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by Anton O. Kris, M.D. May 28th, 2008 Remarks on the History of BPSI for the Celebration of the 75th Anniversary Howard asked me to say a few words about the history of our Society-Institute in celebration of our 75th Anniversary. A whole afternoon was devoted to this topic in 1958, at the 25th anniversary, recorded in Ives Hendrick’s book: The Birth of An Institute. So you won’t expect me to do justice to the topic in the very few minutes...

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