By Hanns Hippius, Reinhard Steinberg
Er starb zusammen mit Ludwig II von Bayern im Starnberger See. Bernhard von Gudden (1824 – 1886) battle einer der fortschrittlichsten deutschen Psychiater. Fr?hzeitig engagierte er sich f?r die Einf?hrung des in der englischen Psychiatrie entwickelten ''no-restraint''-Prinzips. Mitbegr?nder der modernen Neuromorphologie. Sein Forschungskonzept: ''retrograde Degeneration''. Professor f?r Psychiatrie in Z?rich (1869 – 1872) und M?nchen (1872 – 1886).
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Extra resources for Bernhard von Gudden
Gudden B (1870) Über die Rippenbrüche bei Geisteskranken. Arch Psychiat 2: 682–692 15. Hubrich M: Festrede zur 25-Jahrfeier der Anstalt Wernecke. Privatbesitz Pfarrer August Rumpek, Werneck (1985) 5 Bernhard von Gudden in Zürich (1869–1872) Konrad Akert Bernhard von Gudden wurde mit 45 Jahren der erste Direktor der Heilanstalt Burghölzli und zugleich Nachfolger Wilhelm Griesingers als Ordinarius für Psychiatrie an der Universität Zürich. Aufgrund der Empfehlung einer Kommission, die ihn in Werneck aufgesucht hatte, wurde er nach Zürich berufen.
Es bedarf hierzu einer besonderen Organisation der Beschäftigung. Der materielle Ertrag derselben 34 Bernhard von Gudden in Werneck (1855–1869) 4 ⊡ Abb. 2. Lageplan von Schloss und Garten Werneck um 1750 (Berlin, Kunstbibliothek Bln. 4572) steht dem Heilzwecke nach, d. h. es darf nur diejenige Art der Beschäftigung und in derjenigen Weise zur Anwendung kommen, welche dem ersten Zwecke der Anstalt, der Heilung der Kranken, entspricht. Es muss ferner aus moralischen Gründen der Kranke für die geleistete Arbeit pecuniär entschädigt werden.
Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 140: 423–429 53. Zago S, Nurra M, Scarlato G, Silani V (2000) Bartolomeo Panizza and the discovery of the brain’s visual center. Arch Neurol 57: 1642–1648 4 Bernhard von Gudden in Werneck (1855–1869) Lothar Bösch † Bevor Bernhard Gudden als erst 31-Jähriger am 1. Januar 1855 die Direktion der neuen Anstalt Werneck angeboten wurde, verbrachte er eine für sein ganzes späteres Wirken entscheidende Assistenzzeit bei zwei berühmtem Nervenärzten. Nach Staatsexamen und Promotion im Jahre 1848 diente Gudden zunächst ein Militärjahr ab und trat dann 1849 bei dem „Somatiker“ Jacobi (1775–1858) in die rheinische Anstalt Siegburg als Assistenzarzt ein.
Bernhard von Gudden by Hanns Hippius, Reinhard Steinberg