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Franz Josef Kallmann - bibliography

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Biography

German-American psychiatrist and geneticist, born July 24, 1897, Silesia, Germany (now in Poland); died 1965, Columbia-Presbyterian medical centre, New York.

Bibliography

  • The genetics of schizophrenia. New York: JJ Augustin, 1938.
  • The genetic theory of schizophrenia.
    The American Journal of Psychiatry, Washington, DC 1946, 103: 309.
  • Twin studies on the significance of genetic factors in tuberculosis.
    With F.J. Reisner. The American Review of Tuberculosis, Baltimore, 1943, 47: 549.
  • Heredity in Health and Mental Disorder. 1953.
  • The genetic aspects of primary eunocchoidism. Article, 1944. Kallmann edited Expanding Goals in Psychiatry (1962) and Family and Mental Health Problems in a Deaf Population (1963). Biographical:
  • Magnus Kjelsson:
    Pionjär inom schizofreniforskning.
    Läkartidningen, Stockholm, 1993, 90 (17): 606-607.
    In the series: Mannen bakom syndromet [The Man Behind the Syndrome].
  • Peter Beighton & Gretha Beighton:
    The Person Behind the Syndrome. Springer-Verlag London Limited, 1997.
  • Florian Mildenberger:
    Auf der Spur des "scientific pursuit" : Franz Josef Kallmann (1897-1965) und die rassenhygienische Forschung.
    Medizinhistorisches Journal. Stuttgart, 2002, 37 (2): 183-200.
    [On the track of "scientific pursuit". Franz Josef Kallmann (1897-1965) and genetic racial research]

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