Soul Murder: The Effects of Childhood Abuse and Deprivation

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Soul Murder: The Effects of Childhood Abuse and Deprivation - Shengold, Leonard, Dr., M.D.

The term "soul murder" was first used to describe the case of Kaspar Hauser, the 17-year-old boy who had been confined his entire life in a cellar, cut off from all communication. The term was coined in 1832 but only now has the psychiatric community begun to grapple with its meaning. Dr. Shengold conveys the true tragedy of soul murder in this ... Read More

Soul Murder: The Effects of Childhood Abuse and Deprivation 2001, Ballantine Books, New Haven, CT

ISBN-13: 9780449905494

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Soul Murder: The Effects of Childhood Abuse and Deprivation 1989, Yale University Press, New Haven, CT

ISBN-13: 9780300045222

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