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March 8, 2011 / adgerellis

Sociology and Social-Psychiatry

Wilhelm Reich, Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung and Alfred Adler, to me are all important to the science of  Social-Psychiatry.
Now, by 1930, 1940 and 1950 standards of psychoanalyst the United States population is in deep psychosis. That conclusion is reached by analyst of all the commercial news media, and internet gossip monitored by net-crawlers, spiders, and cookies. No! This blog did not do any spying. No! Fool! Almost everything on the internet is freely availability for anybody who will take the time to look. And if you have the money, you can pay for an internet search on almost anything, that includes traffic on certain subjects, for example, a social-psychiatric search of internet “chatter.”
Wilhelm Reich, A Personal Biography by Ilse Ollendorff Reich, is the name of a book published in 1969 by St. Martin’s Press.
When diagnosis of a patient, Doctor Reich would look at not only the posture of a patient, but also, whether a person was “up-tight” or had a loose muscular swinging action in walking and sitting. In a patient’s attitude, even before speaking, expressions of movement and motion can show a lot to a discerning  psychiatrist.
This is nothing new in police and detective work now, but Doctor Reich was one of the first professional medical doctors to publish papers on facial expressions and how tight or loose the patients held the jaw, and if they clenched their fingers in the form of a fist. By looking at the patient’s whole behavior some determination could be made by an astute psychiatrist how serious a person’s problem might be to solve. This body language was called “Body Armoring” by Doctor Reich. See Link… http://www.sonoma.edu/users/d/daniels/reichlecture.html
In the book, Wilhelm Reich, Psychoanalyst and Radical Naturalist by Robert Corrington published in 2003 Farrar, Straus and Giroux, the book explains “Body Armoring” and psychosis.
Wilhelm Reich, and Sigmund Freud both ran from the NAZI horror in Europe of the years 1930 and 1940s. They both knew by personal experience the gross distortion and twisted personalities that an irrational government’s laws, rules, and propaganda can cause in society. “Alex is joined by Professor Margaret MacMillan of the University of Cambridge to break down the geopolitical similarities between 1914, when World War I was brewing, and the present day… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijnhPbwwOwc&list=TLsX9ZSU80aM-XXOhnDCtz3EhFFhmhVdJi ”
Doctor Reich saw first-hand, that as a statistical norm in an authoritarian society only a medical type intervention could save that country or nation. That there is a cause-relationship between social/political pathology and disease… http://www.maps.org/research/psilo-lsd/  Now see this link, that the music we listen to can not only affect behavior, but our brain’s perception of the world and society…  “Neue Forschungsergebnisse auf Vorjahresneuroscience-Konferenz in San Diego von Gottfried Schlaug, MD, PhD, stellte darauf hin, dass Musik auch eine bedeutende Rolle als Lehrmittel und als Medium, um ein breites Spektrum von Lernstörungen behandeln zu spielen. Die Ergebnisse zeigen, dass Musik fördert die Plastizität des Gehirns und auditiven Verarbeitung, insbesondere durch die Entwicklung der Fähigkeiten der ein Musikinstrument spielt.

“Hören und Musizieren ist nicht nur ein Hörerlebnis, aber es ist eine multisensorische und Motor-Erfahrung ist. Musizieren über einen langen Zeitraum kann die Gehirnfunktion und Hirnstruktur verändern”, sagte Schlaug.

Lesen Sie die Originalquelle: http://www.unknowncountry.com/news/weekender-time-signature-how-music-plays-our-perceptions#ixzz2truQBF9x

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