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Andrew Scull

TitleProfessor
InstitutionUniversity of California San Diego
DepartmentSociology
Address9500 Gilman Drive #0533
La Jolla CA 92093
Phone858-534-0492
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    1. Scull A. Madness in historical perspective. CMAJ. 2016 Mar 29. PMID: 27026667.
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    2. Scull A. Madness in civilisation. Lancet. 2015 Mar 21; 385(9973):1066-7. PMID: 25802901.
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    3. Scull A. Contending professions: sciences of the brain and mind in the United States, 1850-2013. Sci Context. 2015 Mar; 28(1):131-61. PMID: 25832573.
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    4. Scull A. Some reflections on madness and culture in the post-war world. Hist Psychiatry. 2014 Dec; 25(4):395-403. PMID: 25395437.
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    5. Scull A. Professor William Bynum: academic pioneer, role model and dear friend. Med Hist. 2013 Jan; 57(1):3-5. PMID: 23393399; PMCID: PMC3566735.
    6. Scull A. The peculiarities of the Scots? Scottish influences on the development of English psychiatry, 1700-1980. Hist Psychiatry. 2011 Dec; 22(88 Pt 4):403-15. PMID: 22530370.
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    7. Scull A. The mental health sector and the social sciences in post- World War II USA. Part 2: The impact of federal research funding and the drugs revolution. Hist Psychiatry. 2011 Sep; 22(87 Pt 3):268-84. PMID: 22043661.
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    8. Scull A. Contested jurisdictions: psychiatry, psychoanalysis, and clinical psychology in the United States, 1940-2010. Med Hist. 2011 Jul; 55(3):401-6. PMID: 21792268; PMCID: PMC3143860.
    9. Scull A. The mental health sector and the social sciences in post-World War II USA. Part I: total war and its aftermath . Hist Psychiatry. 2011 Mar; 22(85 Pt 1):3-19. PMID: 21879574.
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    10. Scull A. Commentary: Arthur Mitchell on the statistics of insanity. Int J Epidemiol. 2010 Dec; 39(6):1432-4. PMID: 21113048.
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    11. Scull A. A psychiatric revolution. Lancet. 2010 Apr 10; 375(9722):1246-7. PMID: 20387261.
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    12. Scull A, Schulkin J. Psychobiology, psychiatry, and psychoanalysis: the intersecting careers of Adolf Meyer, Phyllis Greenacre, and Curt Richter. Med Hist. 2009 Jan; 53(1):5-36. PMID: 19190747; PMCID: PMC2629172.
    13. Scull A. The insanity of place. Hist Psychiatry. 2004 Dec; 15(60 Pt 4):417-36. PMID: 15628027.
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    14. Andrews J, Scull A. Customers and patrons of the mad-trade: the management of lunacy in eighteenth-century London, with the complete text of John Monro's 1766 case book. Med Soc (Berkeley). 2003; 12:1-209. PMID: 12852409.
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    15. Scull A. Moral treatment reconsidered: some sociological comments on an episode in the history of British psychiatry. Psychol Med. 1979 Aug; 9(3):421-8. PMID: 384444.
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    16. Scull A. Madness and segregative control: the rise of the insane asylum. Soc Probl. 1977 Feb; 24(3):337-51. PMID: 11665170.
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    17. Scull A. The decarceration of the mentally ill: a critical view. Polit Soc. 1976; 6(2):6(2)173-212. PMID: 11632741.
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    18. Scull A. The decarceration of the mentally ill: a critical view. Polit Soc. 1976; 6(2):173-212. PMID: 11645889.
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    19. Scull A. Cyclical trends in psychiatric practice: the case of Bettelheim and Tuke. Soc Sci Med. 1975 Nov-Dec; 9(11-12):633-40. PMID: 772816.
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