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F Kretschmer, Ernst (1888 Wüstenrot – 1964 Tübingen): Professor of psychiatry in Tübingen; known mainly for his theory of the constitution, in which he concluded that there are certain correlations between types of physical build (leptosome, pycnic, ahtletic, and others) and peculiarities of character (schizothymia, cyclothymia, and others). This initial conclusion would lead him to constitutional physiology, research of psychomotorics, constitutiontypical tonus-directing and psychosomatics; he also researched the disease picture of ‘sensitive relation mania’ [sensitiver Beziehungswahn] and was active in the field of medical psychology and psychotherapeutic methods.
C publications Under the name ‘Schriften des Vereins für freie psychoanalytischen Forschung’, named ‘Schriften des Vereins für Individualpsychologie’ from 1914 on, the following were published by the Reinhardt Verlag in Munich: Nº 1 1912: Carl Furtmüller: Psychoanalyse und Ethik. Nº 2 1912: Otto Kaus: Der Fall Gogol. Nº 3 1912: Paul Schrecker: Henri Bergsons Philosophie der Persönlichkeit. Nº 4 1913: Felix Asnaourow: Sadismus und Masochismus in Kultur und Erziehung. Nº 5 1914: Vera Strasser-Eppelbaum: Zur Psychologie des Alkoholismus.
Virchow took part in the democratic movement of physicians during the Vormärz and the civil revolution in 1848. He was widely active as a physician, politician and anthropologist and left his mark on the medical science of his day. Medical science, for Virchow, was a ‘social science’, dealing with the whole of human life. In 1849 and 1852 Virchow came to the fore with two socio-medical publications in Upper Silesia and the Spessart. From 1858 on he developed his ‘cellular pathology’. He regarded cells as individuals in which there was unity and community: ‘The idea that there is a unity in the life of everything alive finds physical expression in the cell’ (1862, 45).
The Collected Clinical Works of Alfred Adler, Volume 1 The Neurotic Character by Adler, Alfred; Stein, Henry T.; Koen, Cees;