History of clinical psychology

Timeline created by Carolinalg
In History
  • -925 BCE

    Razés

    Razés
    He opposed the demonological explanations of diseases. 865-925 BC
  • -460 BCE

    Theory of the four humors

    Theory of the four humors
    Theory of the four humors Hippocrates (460 BC-377 BC)
  • -427 BCE

    Platon

    Platon
    considered that mental disorders were organic, ethical, divine, classifying madness into 4 types: prophetic, ritual, poetic and erotic. (427-347 BC)
  • 1401

    Sydenham and Willis

     Sydenham and Willis
    in the 15th century argue that hysteria would not be a disease of the uterus, but of the brain.
  • 1409

    First psychiatric hospital in the world

    First psychiatric hospital in the world
    Foundation of the first psychiatric hospital in the world in 1409 by the priest Fray Juan Gilbert Jofré in Valencia.
  • 1486

    The Hammer of the Witches

    The Hammer of the Witches
    In the Renaissance the German theologians Kramer and Sprenger with the support of the pope at that time published "The Hammer of the Witches" attributing mental illness to the devil.
  • 1541

    Paracelsus

    Paracelsus
    Earlier opposed the medical beliefs of his time. I reject demonology, considered the father of modern psychiatry and the first psychiatrist.
  • Pincel

    Pincel
    Pincel catolog the mental illnesses in four types mania, melaconia, idiocia and dementia.
  • First Psychology Laboratory

    First Psychology Laboratory by Wilhelm Wundt at Leipzing University
  • Theodule Ribot

    Theodule Ribot in France. First Congress of Experimental Psychology.
  • Different human sciences or social sciences emerged

    Different human sciences or social sciences emerged
    late nineteenth century, in which the different human sciences or social sciences emerged, including Psychology, along with Anthropology, Sociology and Economics
  • William James

    Principles of Psychology
  • First psychological measurement center

    First psychological measurement center
    The first psychological measurement center is born at the South Kensington Museum in London by Sir Francis Galton
  • Daniel Lagache

    Daniel Lagache
    Daniel lagache consider clínical psychology a different área than psychiatry.
  • Sigmund Freud put the name 'psychoanalysis'

    Sigmund Freud put the name 'psychoanalysis'
    1896 is significant for being the year in which Sigmund Freud put the name 'psychoanalysis'
  • Psychodiagnostic innovations

    Psychodiagnostic innovations
    the early years of the twentieth century (XX) psychodiagnostic innovations
  • Theory of sexuality

    Theory of sexuality
    Freud publishes his essay on the theory of sexuality
  • Alfred Binet

    Alfred Binet
    Alfred Binet develops psychodiagnostic tests for the measurement of intelligence
  • Lightner Witmer

    Lightner Witmer
    The first psychologist to establish a practice properly called clinical psychology was Lightner Witmer.
  • Modern touch of Psychology

    Modern touch of Psychology
    Since 1913, with the manifesto of J. B. Watson, behaviorism became the 'modern touch of Psychology'.
  • First journal of clinical psychology.

    First journal of clinical psychology.
    Lightner witmer published the first journal of clinical psychology.
  • American Association of Clinics Psychologists

    American Association of Clinics Psychologists
    A spin-off of the American
    Psychological Association (APA), creating the
    American Association of Clinics
    Psychologists
  • American Association of Clinical Psychologist

    American Association of Clinical Psychologist has born in 1917
  • Term "psychosomatic medicine"

    Term "psychosomatic medicine"
    Lightmer Witmer as the founder of clinical psychology, brought the term "psychosomatic medicine" to life
  • Division on clinical psychology

    Division on clinical psychology
    In 1919 the American Psychological Association developed a division on clinical psychology
  • Postgraduate for clinical psychologists

     Postgraduate for clinical psychologists
    At the end of the 1930s, the first postgraduate training programs for clinical psychologists appeared (at Columbia and Boston Universities).
  • Clinical psychologists

    Clinical psychologists performed more often therapeutic roles, in addition to the traditional psychodiagnostic function.
  • Clinical Psychology as art

    Clinical Psychology as art
    Apa defend clinical psychology as art and technology that deals with peoples problems
  • Mental Measurement Yearkbook

    In 1940 a Mental Measurement Yearkbook was needed to catalog the psychological tests, as there seemed to be more than five hundred.
  • Psychological tests

    In 1944, twenty million military and Civilians were subjected to some sixty million psychological tests, due to the end of the Second World War
  • Specialty of Clinical Psychology

    Specialty of Clinical Psychology
    The Specialty of Clinical Psychology was recognized in the USA through legal certification
  • Systematic desensitization

    Systematic desensitization
    Joseph golpe develop one of the main behavioral therapies (systematic desensitization).
  • Institute for gestalt therapy

    Institute for gestalt therapy
    Friedrich peris 1951 inaugurated the new York institute for gestalt therapy
  • Kurt Schneider

    Kurt Schneider
    Kurt Schneider, the author of the Work Clinical Psychopathology.
  • The self-care déficit theory

    Dorothea 1969 publication of the self-care déficit theory
  • Principles of clinical psychology

    Principles of clinical psychology
    José Luis Pinillos publishes the book Principles of clinical psychology
  • Formal birth of clinical psychology

    Formal birth of clinical psychology
    Nineties of the nineteenth century formal birth of clinical psychology
  • Bunge

    Bunge
    Bunge includes the evolutionary psychology of biological psychiatry.
  • Theory of oremos

    Dorothea 2005-2006 study on the perspective of the application of the general theory of oremos
  • Deontológical and bioethical manual of the psychologist