Kraepelin noticed that large doses of alcohol failed to produce the usual muscular lameness in subjects who were agitated.
The fusion has, however, been rejected by some—by Binswanger and Kraepelin, for instance.
Kraepelin treats stupors occurring in manic-depressive insanity as falling into two groups, the depressive and manic.
Dr. Kraepelin has been kind enough to send me one of the types.
Kraepelin asserts that mental disorders occur ten times as frequently in prison as in freedom.
Kraepelin and his pupils have contributed most extensively to our knowledge on this subject.
Some experiments of Smith, and others of Krz and Kraepelin have been directed toward the solution of this all-important question.
Kraepelin laid the foundations for systematic classification with his dementia prcox and manic-depressive groups.
The necessity of establishing the possibility of some stupors having a good prognosis has arisen from Kraepelin's work.
He first points out that Kraepelin's "Dementia prcox" includes much more than it should with its inevitably bad prognosis.
Kraepelin Krae·pe·lin (krěp'ə-lēn'), Emil. 1856-1926.
German psychiatrist whose classification system of mental disorders formed the foundation for the standard diagnostic text in the field of psychiatry, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM).