medical psychology

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medical psychology n.

medical psychology n.

History of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology

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MITCHELL, Thomas Walker (1869 - 1944), Editor of the British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1920–35

CULPIN, Millais (1874 - 1952), lately Lecturer on Psychoneurosis, London Hosp. Medical Coll., and Prof. of Medical-Industrial Psychology, University of London

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McMANUS, (Ian) Christopher (born 1951), Professor of Psychology and Medical Education, University College London, since 1997

ADLER, Alfred (1870 - 1937), Professor of Medical Psychology and Consulting Psychologist, Long Island College of Medicine, New York

JUNG, Carl Gustav (1875 - 1961), Professor ordinarius of Medical Psychology at University of Basle, 1944; Professor of Psychology at the Federal Polytechnical University, Zürich, 1933–41; physician for nervous and mental diseases, since 1909

GORDON, Ronald Grey (1889 - 1950), Physician, Royal United Hospital, Bath; Physician, Bath and Wessex Orthopoedic Hospital Bath; late Member of Medical Advisory Board, Institute of Medical Psychology, Malet Place, WC; Neurologist Stoke Park Colony for Mental Defectives, Bristol; late Medical Director Child Guidance Council; Member of Council, British Medical Association

RAWLINS, (John) Nicholas (Pepys) (born 1949), Watts Professor of Psychology, 2005–10, Associate Head, Medical Sciences Division, 2008–10, and Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Development and External Affairs, since 2010, University of Oxford; Professorial Fellow, Wolfson College, Oxford, since 2008

WALLACE, Abraham (died 1930), Hon. Physician, Western General Dispensary, London; retired; formerly Assistant Professor of Practice of Medicine and Medical Psychology, Edinburgh University, and Professor of Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children Anderson’s College, Glasgow

COLE, Robert Henry (1866 - 1926), Physician for Mental Diseases to St Mary’s Hospital; Lecturer on Mental Diseases at St Mary’s Hospital Medical School and at Bethlem Royal Hospital; Examiner in Mental Diseases and Psychology, University of London; Home Office Visitor to the State Inebriate Reformatory, Aylesbury; Visitor to the Institutions for the Mentally Deficient, Middlesex


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A branch of applied psychology devoted to psychological problems arising in the practice of medicine, including psychological aspects of pain, terminal illness, bereavement, disability, and reactions to medical advice. It overlaps to some extent with health psychology.

Subjects: Psychology.

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