Curriculum vitae thomas szasz a b m d d sc hon l

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CURRICULUM VITAE Thomas Szasz, A.B., M.D., D.Sc. (Hon.), L.H.D. (Hon.).

*** Born: Budapest, Hungary, April 15, 1920. EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS A.B., with Honors in Physics, University of Cincinnati, 1941. M.D., University of Cincinnati, 1944. Intern, Fourth Medical Service (Harvard), Boston City Hospital, 1944-1945. Medical Resident, Cincinnati General Hospital, 1945-1946. Psychiatric Resident, University of Chicago Clinics, 1946-1948; Institute for Juvenile Research, Chicago, 1949. Psychoanalytic Training, Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1947-1950. Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners, 1945. Diploma, Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1950. Diplomate in Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 1951. APPOINTMENTS Staff Member, Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, Chicago, Illinois, 1951-1956. Professor of Psychiatry, SUNY Health Science Center, Syracuse, New York, 1956-1990. Visiting Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, JuneJuly, 1962. Visiting Professor, Marquette University School of Medicine, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, September, 1968. Visiting Professor, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, February, 1981. Co-founder, Citizens Commission on Human Rights, 1969. Co-founder and Founding Director, The American Association for the Abolition of Involuntary Mental Hospitalization, 1970. (Dissolved, 1980.) Professor of Psychiatry Emeritus, SUNY Health Science Center, Syracuse, New York, 1990Adjunct Scholar, The Cato Institute, Washington, D.C. Advisory Council, Resources for Independent Thinking. Member, Board of Advisors, The Henry Hazlitt Foundation

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Member, Board of Advisors, The Independent Institute Member, FORCES (Fight Ordinances and Restrictions to Control and Eliminate Smoking), Italy Honour Committee, FORCES (Fight Ordinances and Restrictions to Control and Eliminate Smoking), Italy MILITARY SERVICE United States Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland, 1954-1956. Rank on discharge: Commander, United States Naval Reserve. BIOGRAPHICAL LISTINGS The American Academy of Human Services American Men and Women of Science American Publishing Who's Who Biograf: Magyar Ki Kicsoda (Hungarian Who's Who) (Hungary) The Blue Book: Leaders of the English-Speaking World The Cassell Handbook of Radicalism (UK, 1995) Community Leaders of Noteworthy Americans Contemporary Authors Deike Gedenktage (Switzerland) Dictionary of International Biography (London) The Directory of British and American Writers Icons: An A-Z Guide to People Who Shaped our Time, by James Park (New York: Collier/Macmillan, 1991) Five Thousand Personalities of the World Fontana Biographical Companion to Modern Thought, The (UK) International Authors and Writers Who's Who (UK) International Directory of Distinguished Leadership International Directory of Distinguished Psychotherapists International Book of Honors International Who's Who (UK) International Who's Who in Community Service

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International Who's Who in Medicine Le Petit Larousse Illustre (France) Men of Achievement (UK) National Register of Prominent Americans Outstanding People of the 20th Century (UK) Sterling Who's Who Directory West's Who's Who in Health & Medical Services Who's Who in America Who's Who in American Education Who's Who in American History Who's Who of Authors Who's Who in the East Who's Who in Libertarianism Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare Who's Who in North America Who's Who in Science and Engineering Who's Who in Society Who's Who in the World Who's Who Worldwide Who's Who in World Science The Writer's Dictionary EDITORIAL APPOINTMENTS Critical Review Free Inquiry The Freeman (Columnist) The Humanistic Psychologist The International Journal of Addictions Journal of Cognitive Liberties

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Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy Journal of Humanistic Psychology Journal of Law and Human Behavior The Journal of Libertarian Studies The Journal of Mind and Behavior Journal of the Society for Existential Analysis Liberty Prometheus Books Reason Corporation for Economic Education The Independent Institute Libertarian Alliance, London (Advisory Council) AWARDS Stella Feiss Hofheimer Award (for ranking first in the entire medical curriculum), College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati, 1944. Alpha Omega Alpha, 1944. Honorary Fellow, The Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, 1962. The Ralph Kharas Award, Central New York Chapter, American Civil Liberties Union, 1967. The Annual Civil Liberties Carey Lectureship, Cornell Law School, 1968. The Holmes-Munsterberg Award, The International Academy of Forensic Psychology, 1969. The C.P. Snow Lectureship, Ithaca College, 1970. The Wisdom Award of Honor, 1970. The Root Tilden Lecturer, New York University School of Law, November, 1971. Humanist of the Year, The American Humanist Association, 1973. Honorary Member, Mark Twain Society, 1973. Knight of Mark Twain, 1973. Distinguished Service Award, American Institute of Public Service, 1974. Honorary President, International Commission for Human Rights, London, England, 1974. Martin Buber Award, The Mid-Way Counseling Center, New York 1974.

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Doctor of Science (Honorary), Allegheny College, Meadville, Pennsylvania, 1975. Noel Buxton Lectureship, University of Essex, Colchester, England, 1975. The Robert S. Marx Lectureship University of Cincinnati College of Law, 1976. Hardy Chair Lectureship, Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York, 1976. E. S. Meyer Memorial Lecturer, University of Queensland Medical School, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 1977. The Lambie-Dew Oration, Sydney University, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia, 1977. Doctor of Science (Honorary), Universidad Francisco Marroquin, Guatemala City, Guatemala, 1979. Mencken Award, Free Press Association, 1981. Humanist Laureate, The Academy of Humanism, 1984. The Edward A. Strecker Memorial Award, Horizon House, 1985. The Statute of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation Archives, Roster of naturalized citizens who have made a significant contribution to their country, 1986. Mencken Award, Free Press Association, 1988. Templeton Foundation Honor Roll, 1989. First Annual Norman E. Zinberg Memorial Lecture, Harvard Medical School, 1990. Establishment of "The Thomas S. Szasz Award for Contributions to the Cause of Civil Liberties," Center for Independent Thought, New York and San Francisco, 1990. The Alfred R. Lindesmith Award for Achievement in the Field of Scholarship and Writing, Drug Policy Foundation, Washington, D.C., 1991. Distinguished Lecturer, Cato Institute, Washington, D.C., 1993. Honorary Visiting Fellow, School of Psychotherapy and Counseling, Regents College, London, 1994 Honorary Member, The Society of Saints and Scholars, University College Galway, Galway, Ireland, 1995. "Patients' Rights Advocate" Award, Great Lakes Association of Clinical Medicine, 1995. Honorable Mention, Mencken Award, Free Press Association, 1995. Lifetime Achievement Award, American Institute for Public Service, 1997. Rollo May Award, American Psychological Association, 1998. Doctor of Humane Letters (Honorary), Towson University, Maryland, 1999.

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Doctor of Science (Honorary), Upstate Medical University, State University of New York, 2001. Hans Loewald Award, International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education, 2002. Distinguished Lecturer, Cato Institute, Washington, D.C., 2003. Listed in "Guide to America's Top Physicians," Consumers' Research Council of America, 2003. Listed in "35 Heroes of Freedom," Reason, 35: 64-69 (December), 2003. George Washington Award, American Hungarian Foundation, 2003. Establishment of the "Thomas S. Szasz Award," Citizens Commision for Human Rights, Los Angeles, 2004. Lysander Spooner Award for Advancing the Literature of Liberty, Laissez Faire Books, 2004. Rollo May Award, Saybrook Graduate School, San Francisco, 2007.

MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Distinguished Life Fellow, American Psychiatric Association. Life Member, American Psychoanalytic Association; International Psychoanalytic Association. Fellow, International Academy of Forensic Psychology. Honorary Life Member, American Humanist Association. Honorary Member, Academy for the Study of the Psychoanalytic Arts. Honorary Member, Association Europ?enne de Psychanalyse. PUBLICATIONS Pain and Pleasure: A Study of Bodily Feelings (New York: Basic Books, 1957); 2nd ed. (New York: Basic Books, 1975); with a new Preface (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1988). The Myth of Mental Illness: Foundations of a Theory of Personal Conduct (New York: HoeberHarper, 1961); rev. ed. (New York: Harper & Row, 1974). Law, Liberty, and Psychiatry: An Inquiry into the Social Uses of Mental Health Practices (New York: Macmillan, 1963); with a new Preface (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1989). Psychiatric Justice (New York: Macmillan, 1965); with a new Afterword (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1988). The Ethics of Psychoanalysis: The Theory and Method of Autonomous Psychotherapy (New York: Basic Books, 1965); with a new Preface (New York: Basic Books/Harper Colophon, 1974); with a new Preface (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1988). Ideology and Insanity: Essays on the Psychiatric Dehumanization of Man (Garden City, NY: Doubleday Anchor, 1970); with a new Preface (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1991).

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