German-language psychology and psychiatry
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- Karl Friedrich Otto Westphal (1833 – 1890)
- Richard von Krafft-Ebing (1840 – 1902)
- Albert Eulenburg (1840 – 1917) was a German neurologist born in Berlin, perhaps best-known today for his Sadismus und Masochismus (1902).
- Sigmund Freud (1856 – 1939), Austrian neurologist, "the father of psychoanalysis"
- Emil Kraepelin (1856 – 1926), German psychiatrist, founder of modern scientific psychiatry
- Alois Alzheimer (1864 – 1915), German psychiatrist, Alzheimer's disease
- Karl Jaspers (1883 – 1969), German psychiatrist and philosopher
- Karen Horney (1885 – 1952), German psychiatrist, "neo-Freudian"
- Kurt Schneider (1887 – 1967) German psychiatrist, schizophrenia research
- Karl Leonhard (1904 – 1988), German psychiatrist, nosology
- Gunter Schmidt, German psychiatrist, sexuologe
- Volkmar Sigusch, German psychiatrist and psychologe
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