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Egy elmebeteg nő naplója

3.98  ·  Rating Details ·  56 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Hardcover, 278 pages
Published 1978 by Magvető Kiadó
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Lily S.
" The diary of an insane woman"

This book can be read as a novel consisting of diary entries or a psychiatric case study.

For me as a psychology student it was very interesting to see how they treated people with a psychiatric disorder in a hospital and it was particularly enjoyable to get a glimpse of the contemporary diagnostic methods and theories.

Though because it was written by a psychiatrist it may be hard to understand some terminologies but there is a nice glossary in the back of the bo
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Vera
Nov 03, 2016 Vera rated it liked it
Örülök, hogy elolvastam, de sajnos ez is olyan, amit nem igazán lehet értékelni. Egyrészt, mert valaki tényleges naplóját nem tekinthetem szépirodalomnak, másrészt mert a száz éves orvosi gondolkodást és szakkifejezéseket szintén nem.
Elolvasásra egyébként mindenkinek ajánlom, nem árt, ha látjuk, hogyan működött régen a mentális betegségek kezelése.
Dóra
Nov 19, 2016 Dóra rated it liked it
Írásakor előremutató lehetett, ma ijesztő kép arról, meddig terjedtek a kor orvosainak képességei, ambiciói. Csak az lehet ilyen biztos a dolgában, akinek fogalma sincs arról, hány eshetőséggel nem számol.
Ferenc Csizovszky
It's usage of words is sometimes confusing and at times it is hard to read, but it manages to hold the attention of the reader. It is more of a case-study, than an actual book, but every aspect of it is interesting, from the age's psychological and medical views, through insane woman, to the analogy of why the woman and her unconscious behaved the way it did.

My only problem is, that Csáth states every discovery of the doctors as true fact, rather, than a main assumption. He doesn't leave room fo
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