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What Do we Really Know About How Lance-Corporal Adolf Hitler Was Treated by Psychiatrist
OBJECTIVE This paper inquires the hypothesis that Hitler's rise to power was in part due to a hypnotic therapy he had undergone when being treated for hysterical blindness at an army hospital in the town of Pasewalk in October 1918 - as recent contributions have argued. Edmund Forster, his psychiatrist at that time, is supposed to have suggested to Hitler that he would be ordained as Germany's redeemer in times of defeat, thus causing a profound change in his patient's personality. METHODS Following three lines of argument, this paper examines if such an assumption can be made plausible. Firstly, it takes a close look at the main historical source which is the novel THE EYEWITNESS, written in German language by the Czech-Jewish author Ernst Weiss. Then it asks if Forster is likely to have chosen hypnosis as a method of treatment. Finally, it exploits the work of the even lesser known author Alexander Moritz Frey who happened to serve close to Hitler as a medical orderly in WW I, thus trying to validate whether or not Hitler really underwent a change of personality in autumn 1918. RESULTS Although the eventualities of such a hypnotic treatment or a profound change in Hitler's behaviour in that time cannot be disproved, both seem highly unlikely. CONCLUSIONS One should altogether abandon the notion of Hitler having suffered a permanent change of personality in 1918, be it due to psychiatric treatment or to psychological trauma itself.
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Psychotherapy is a very general term which refers to any interaction between one person, a couple, or a group and another who presumably has specific training and skills dealing with the healing of various situations involving the human mind. It is a contraction between the word psyche, which is the Greek word for spirit or soul, and the word therapy, which refers to corrective treatment for a illness, disease, or pathology. It logically overlaps the concept and/or field of psychology, which is defined as the science of the mind.
As a field of practice the term psychotherapy is so vague...
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Essentially, psychology is the study of the mind. More accurately the word means the body of knowledge about the mind. Current textbooks, however, describe it as the “science of the mind.” This is despite the fact that many practitioners of the field take a rather idealistic, unscientific approach.
The field of psychology can trace its roots back to Wilhelm Maximilian Wundt, a German whose life spanned the previous two centuries. Wundt is alternatively regarded as a physician, physiologist, philosopher, and as a professor. He established the first formal laboratory for psychological...