By Leon I. Twarog (auth.), Samuel A. Corson, Elizabeth O’Leary Corson (eds.)
This booklet is geared toward a qualified viewers of psychiatrists, psychologists, and educators, in addition to Slavic experiences students and academics and clever lay readers. it might be presumptious to try to hide the whole box of Soviet psychiatry and psychology in a single modest quantity. prior to now a number of a long time there was a amazing flourishing and diversification of analysis in psychology and psychiatry within the USSR. What we have now tried to do during this symposium is to give a positive serious review of yes constrained parts via arranging an interchange of observations and concepts among numerous American scientists an expert in those fields and a psychologist and psychiatrist who bought their schooling and dealing adventure within the USSR. we are hoping with a view to extend such symposia sooner or later, as a way to conceal different vital parts of those disciplines. This monograph offers an eyewitness account of Pavlov through W. Horsley Gantt, one among 3 surviving scholars of Pavlov, and, to the simplest of my wisdom, the single American who truly studied and labored with Pavlov. it's a degree of Dr. Gantt's devotion to the advance of clinical psychiatry that he went to the USSR to spend six years in Pavlov's laboratory at a time of utmost financial worry and political turmoil in that state and within the face of getting to grasp a tricky language. In his presentation, Dr.