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10 October in the History of Psychology

 

Aamir Ranjha
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On October 10:

1605 — King James I of England examined Anne Gunther, a supposed victim of witchcraft. Gunther's behavior, resembling the symptoms of conversion disorder, had attracted widespread attention. James found her "perfectly cured from her former weakness by a potion given unto her by a phisitian, & a tablet hanged about her neck."

1902 — Clark L. Hull began his "idea books". October 10, 1902 is the date of the second entry. The first was probably made on the 9th but is dated only "October, 1902." Hull recorded plans, theoretical ideas, research questions, and personal observations in his idea books throughout his life. His last entry, in his 73rd book, was made on April 21, 1952, 18 days before his death.


   
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2021 - Mental health day with the theme of Mental health care for all: let's make it a reality

2020 - Mental health day with the theme of  Move for mental health: let’s invest

2019 - Mental health day with the theme of Focus on suicide prevention

2018 - Mental health day with the theme of Young people and mental health in a changing world

2017 - Mental health day with the theme of Mental health in the workplace

2016 - Mental health day with the theme of Psychological first aid

2015 - Mental health day with the theme of Dignity in mental health

2014 - Mental health day with the theme of Living a healthy life with schizophrenia

2013 - Mental health day with the theme of Mental health and older adults

 

Reference: WHO

 


   
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