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THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF PARAPSYCHOLOGY

JAN EHRENWALD

Psychiatrist, author. B. March 13, 1900, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. M.D., 1925, University of Prague. M. 1933, Anny Stien: 1 d. Member teaching staff, Department of Psychiatry, University of Vienna, 1927-31; private practice, Czechoslovakia, 1932-39; various mental hospital appointments in England, 1939-45; member medical mission to Czechoslovakia, 1945-46; faculty member, Long Island College of Medicine, New York, 1948-50; faculty member, State University of New York, 1950-53; currently attending psychiatrist, Roosevelt Hospital, New York, N.Y.

In England, where Dr. Ehrenwald practiced as a psychotherapist, he joined the Society for Psychical Research, London; was elected fellow, Royal Society of Medicine; member, Royal Medico-Psychological Assn. At present he is a fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine; member of council, American Academy of Psychotherapists; charter member, Parapsychological Assn.; trustee, member of Research Committee, American Society for Psychical Research, Academy of Religion and Mental Health, American Psychiatric Assn.

Dr. Ehrenwald is particulary interested in telepathy in the psychoanalytic situation. His books include Telepahty and Meical Psychology (Brit. edition, 1947; Amer. edition, 1948); New Dimensions of Deep Analysis (Brit. edition, 1951; Amer. edition, 1952); From Medicine Man to Freud (1956); Neurosis in the Family and Patterns of Psychosocial Defense (1963). His articles on various aspects of parapsychology have appeared in the Proceedings and Journal of the SPR and the ASPR, in the Journal of Parapsychology, and in Tomorrow magazine; and among his scores of papers in the field of neuropsychiatry, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, those relating to parapsychology include "Precognition in Dreams?" (Pschoanalytical Review, Jan. 1951); "Telepathy: Concepts, Criteria, and Consequences" (Psychiatric Quarterly, July 1956); "Telepathy Hypothesis and Doctrinal Compliance in Psychotherapy" (American Journal of Psychotheraphy, Apr. 1957); "Non-Euclidian" Models of Personality" (International Journal of Parapsychology, Autumn 1959). Residence and business address: 11 East 68th Street, New York 21, N.Y.

Taken from Helene Pleasants (1964) Biographical Dictionary of Parapsychology with Directory and Glossary 1946-1996 NY: Garrett Publications


 
 

 

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