1982 Apr. 14
New York (N.Y.) - Review of a biography on the life and legacy of Harry Stack Sullivan, a nontraditional psychiatrist who was at one point hospitalized for schizophrenia and believed that the illness was more of a personality disorder than a psychotic one. Describing Sullivan as "one of those inspirational figures who made creative use of his own psychopathology."
1979 Mar. 25
Sedgwick, Peter, 1934-1983
Manchester (England) - Sympathetic albeit lightly critical review of Leonard Roy Frank's The History of Shock Treatment. Suggesting that the authors shy away from issues of financing and under-staffing. Asserting that the critique of ECT ought to go beyond the individualist slant and instead demand socialized healthcare.