Psychiatric terror

how Soviet psychiatry is used to suppress dissent
  • 510 Pages
  • 1.20 MB
  • English
Basic Books , New York
Psychiatry -- Soviet Union, Dissenters -- Soviet Union, Political prisoners -- Soviet


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StatementSidney Bloch, Peter Reddaway.
ContributionsReddaway, Peter, joint author.
LC ClassificationsRC451.R9 B56
The Physical Object
Pagination510 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4562386M
ISBN 100465064884
LC Control Number77075238

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A powerful and documented book by a psychiatrist and a student of Soviet politics on an internal matter which has developed international implications through worldwide publicity and the campaign for human rights.

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At its triennial congress in Yokohama last September, the World Psychiatric Association (WPA) overwhelmingly voted to send a delegation to China to investigate charges that dissidents were being imprisoned and maltreated as “political maniacs” both in regular mental hospitals and in police-run psychiatric custodial institutions known as the Ankang.

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He also described anorexia nervosa in Paul Hartenberg (). Herman’s extensively researched book offers a history of the psychological effects of trauma (in domestic violence, combat, and political terror) and the presentation of PTSD. Despite last August’s vote of condemnation by the World Psychiatric Association (WPA), the KGB and certain Soviet psychiatrists are continuing to intern dissenters in mental hospitals.

Appeals to the WPA for help in resisting this practice have recently been reaching the West. Observers in Russia believe that by continuing the internments the KGB may be [ ]. Thomas Stephen Szasz (/sɑːs/ SAHSS; Hungarian: Szász Tamás István [saːs]; 15 April – 8 September ) was a Hungarian-American academic, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst.

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The same year saw the publication of Psychiatric Terror, a book by Peter Reddaway, a British political scientist specializing in the U.S.S.R., and British psychiatrist Sidney Bloch, M.D., documenting Soviet abuses of psychiatry to detain and control political dissidents.

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