Monday, July 13, 2009

THE PIONEERS OF INDIAN PSYCHIATRY-I DR. N.C.SURYA-The Lone Rider N.N.Wig-Part 9



Acknowledgements
I am grateful to Prof.  R.  Srinivasa Murthy of NIMHANS, Bangalore, for his helpful advice and suggestions during the preparation of this paper.
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Some selected publications of Dr N. C. Surya.
1 .  Mental Morbidity in Pondicherry (a survey), Trans..  of AIIMH.  No.4, 1964.
2.  Galectosaemia -- An Interesting Case of Survival, Ind. Jour.  Med.  Research .  51 4, 1963.
3. Trends in rates of admission to the Mental Hospital, Bangalore, JL of  AIIMH.  vol.  2, No.1.  1959.
4.  Basic concepts of psychotherapy in Indian setting.  Paper read at the 16th Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society.  Feb .  1964.
5.  The Ego structure in the Hindu joint family --.  Paper read at Conference on Mental Health in Asia and the Pacific, Honolulu, Hawaii.  March April 1966 (appearing in the Proceedings of the Conference).
6.  "Mental health" -- a series of lectures published in 'Dhamma', a Journal of Mahabodhi Society, Bangalore, (Ed.  Acharya Buddharakhita).  1967.
7.  Ardhanishwara (An Educational Paradigm), The Advent, Vol.  XXXVIII (3), pp.21 -- 31 published by Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry, 1981.
8.  Bhava Japa, The Heritage, Vol .  1(2).  pp.62 -- 65 published by Chandamama Publications, Vadapalani , Madras 1995.
9.  My Indian Heritage, The Heritage, published by Chandamama Publications , Vadapalani , Madras, 1985.
10.  Personal Autonomy and Instrumental Accuracy, published in the Proceedings of National Seminar on Psychotherapy, NIMHANS, Bangalore, (Ed.  Mrs M. Kapur).
11.  The Being and the Becoming.  A Novel Published by Sri Barin Ganguli, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry, 1973.
12.  AHAM (Personal Autonomy) printed at Arts Works, Hyderabad, 1993.
N.N.Wig

From: Indian Journal of Psychiatry, (1996) 38 (1), 2 -- 8






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