MULTIPLE THERAPY

Any form of psychotherapy carried out simultaneously by two or more therapists.The term multiple therapy was first used by Rudolf Dreikurs, a follower of...

MUNSELL SYSTEM

A systematic arrangement of colors in terms of hue, saturation, and brightness, used as a reference standard.The system arose from the need for a...

MUNSTERBERG,HUGO (1863-1916)

Miinsterberg was a versatile student of the human sciences, noted equally for his contributions to philosophy and to applied psychology. Bom in Germany, he...

MUSIC AND WORK

Work has been done to the accompaniment of music ever since the first work songs were created, but psychological research on industrial music dates...

MUSIC TESTS

A number of standardized tests have been developed for measuring musical aptitude and for predicting success or failure in musical study. All five of...

METRAZOL THERAPY

A form of shock therapy introduced by the Hungarian psychiatrist, Ladislaus von Me- duna, in 1935. He had observed that in schizophrenic patients who...

MEYER, ADOLF (1866-1950)

Meyer, the founder of the holistic approach in psychiatry, was bom in Switzerland and received his medical degree at the University of Ziirich. While...

MILIEU

Although the term milieu means environment in general, the emphasis in psychiatry and mental health is on the immediate social setting of the individual....

MITCHELL, SILAS WEIR (1829- 1914)

Mitchell, chief proponent of the “rest cure” approach, was a man of many talents, attaining distinction not only as a neurologist and practitioner, but...

MONOTONY

Most research on monotony has been concerned with industrial work, since monotonous tasks frequently lead to lowered output and greater energy expenditure than varied...

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