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Learn more about the history W.H.R. Rivers, doctoer to famous war poet Siegfried Sassoon.
Read the next in our series looking at biography and psychology.
Daniel Hack Tuke was a major figure at Bethlem in the late nineteenth century, and well-known within the field of psychiatry. Today he is often over-looked, per
Hear about Walter Abraham Haigh's battle with delusional insanity.
Recently we have been looking at the relationship between biography and psychology. This month we focis on the late 19th century psychiatrist, George Savage.
Take a look at our new series, which considers the role of biography in psychology.