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Untangling the Mind: The Legacy of Dr. Heinz Lehmann

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"This documentary shows the transformation that has occurred in psychiatric care through the work of Dr. Heinz Lehmann, who fled Nazi Germany to Montreal in 1937. His greatest legacy came with a single pill, Largactil, the first anti-psychotic drug used in North America"--Container.
DVD
1999
Clemons (Stacks)
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The Human Race

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The four-part documentary series weighs the implications of the way we live together, the way we organize societies, and our complex relationship with the environment.
VHS
1994
Ivy (By Request)
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Untangling the Mind: The Legacy of Dr. Heinz Lehmann

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This riveting documentary shows the transformation that has occurred in psychiatric care through the pioneering work of Dr. Heinz Lehmann. When Dr. Lehmann fled Nazi Germany to Montreal in 1937, he devoted the next sixty years to finding new and more humane treatments for the mentally ill. One of his dramatic achievements, captured on archival film, was a series of experiments involving intense human contact with his most regressed women patients. They had spent their days smearing feces on the wall, but by the end of the treatment were nicely dressed and participating in activities. But Dr. Lehmann's greatest legacy came with a single pill - Largactil - the first anti-psychotic drug used in North America. By successfully treating patients with this drug, Lehmann introduced the world [...]
Online
2000