1. Madness in civilisation

    The Lancet 385(9973):1066 (2015)

  2. Madness in civilisation.

    The Lancet 385(9973):1066 (2015) PMID 25802901

  3. Contending professions: sciences of the brain and mind in the United States, 1850-2013.

    Science in Context 28(1):131 (2015) PMID 25832573

    Argument This paper examines the intersecting histories of psychiatry and psychology (particularly in its clinical guise) in the United States from the second half of the nineteenth century to the present. It suggests that there have been three major shifts in the ideological and intellectual or...
  4. Some reflections on madness and culture in the post-war world.

    History of Psychiatry 25(4):395 (2014) PMID 25395437

    This article examines the treatment of madness as a theme in drama, opera and films, concentrating its attention for the most part on the period between World War II and the 1980s. These were the years in which psychoanalysis dominated psychiatry in the USA, and so Freud's influence in the broad...
  5. Some reflections on madness and culture in the post-war world.

    History of Psychiatry 25(4):395 (2014) PMID 25395437

    This article examines the treatment of madness as a theme in drama, opera and films, concentrating its attention for the most part on the period between World War II and the 1980s. These were the years in which psychoanalysis dominated psychiatry in the USA, and so Freud's influence in the broad...
  6. Professor William Bynum: academic pioneer, role model and dear friend.

    Medical History 57(1):3 (2013) PMID 23393399 PMCID PMC3566735

  7. Professor William Bynum: academic pioneer, role model and dear friend.

    Medical History 57(1):3 (2013) PMID 23393399 PMCID PMC3566735

  8. The peculiarities of the Scots? Scottish influences on the development of English psychiatry, 1700-1980.

    History of Psychiatry 22(88 Pt 4):403 (2011) PMID 22530370

    This paper examines the multiple influences Scottish psychiatrists have exercised over the shape of English responses to mental illness during nearly three centuries, beginning with George Cheyne and ending with R.D. Laing. Scotland's distinctive response to mental illness was largely ignored un...
  9. The peculiarities of the Scots? Scottish influences on the development of English psychiatry, 1700-1980.

    History of Psychiatry 22(88 Pt 4):403 (2011) PMID 22530370

    This paper examines the multiple influences Scottish psychiatrists have exercised over the shape of English responses to mental illness during nearly three centuries, beginning with George Cheyne and ending with R.D. Laing. Scotland's distinctive response to mental illness was largely ignored un...
  10. The mental health sector and the social sciences in post- World War II USA. Part 2: The impact of federal research funding and the drugs revolution.

    History of Psychiatry 22(87 Pt 3):268 (2011) PMID 22043661

    The second of two linked papers examining the interactions of psychiatry and the social sciences since World War II examines the role of NIMH on these disciplines. It analyses the effects of the prominence and the decline of psychoanalysis, and the impact of the psychotropic drugs revolution and...
  11. The mental health sector and the social sciences in post- World War II USA. Part 2: The impact of federal research funding and the drugs revolution.

    History of Psychiatry 22(87 Pt 3):268 (2011) PMID 22043661

    The second of two linked papers examining the interactions of psychiatry and the social sciences since World War II examines the role of NIMH on these disciplines. It analyses the effects of the prominence and the decline of psychoanalysis, and the impact of the psychotropic drugs revolution and...
  12. Contested jurisdictions: psychiatry, psychoanalysis, and clinical psychology in the United States, 1940-2010.

    Medical History 55(3):401 (2011) PMID 21792268 PMCID PMC3143860

  13. Contested jurisdictions: psychiatry, psychoanalysis, and clinical psychology in the United States, 1940-2010.

    Medical History 55(3):401 (2011) PMID 21792268 PMCID PMC3143860

  14. The mental health sector and the social sciences in post-World War II USA. Part I: total war and its aftermath .

    History of Psychiatry 22(85 Pt 1):3 (2011) PMID 21879574

    This paper examines the impact ofWorldWar II and its aftermath on the mental health sector, and traces the resulting transformations in US psychiatry and psychology. Focusing on the years between 1940 and 1970, it analyses the growing federal role in funding training and research in the mental h...
  15. The mental health sector and the social sciences in post-World War II USA. Part I: total war and its aftermath .

    History of Psychiatry 22(85 Pt 1):3 (2011) PMID 21879574

    This paper examines the impact ofWorldWar II and its aftermath on the mental health sector, and traces the resulting transformations in US psychiatry and psychology. Focusing on the years between 1940 and 1970, it analyses the growing federal role in funding training and research in the mental h...
  16. Commentary: Arthur Mitchell on the statistics of insanity.

    International Journal of Epidemiology 39(6):1432 (2010) PMID 21113048

  17. Commentary: Arthur Mitchell on the statistics of insanity.

    International Journal of Epidemiology 39(6):1432 (2010) PMID 21113048

  18. A psychiatric revolution.

    The Lancet 375(9722):1246 (2010) PMID 20387261

  19. A psychiatric revolution.

    The Lancet 375(9722):1246 (2010) PMID 20387261

  20. A psychiatric revolution

    The Lancet 375(9722):1246 (2010)