Plaut, Eric A.
PLAUT, Eric A.
PLAUT, Eric A. American, b. 1927. Genres: Psychology. Career: Montefiore Hospital, Bronx, NY, intern, 1952-54; Worcester State Hospital, Worcester, MA, resident in psychiatry, 1954-55; Massachusetts Memorial Hospital, Boston, resident in psychiatry, 1956-57; private practice of medicine in California, 1958-74; Indiana Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities, Indianapolis, deputy commissioner, 1974-76; Connecticut Department of Mental Health, Hartford, commissioner, 1976-81; private practice of medicine in Illinois, 1981-. Kaiser Hospital, staff psychiatrist, 1958-62; University of California, Berkeley, staff psychiatrist at Cowell Memorial Hospital, 1958-62; Herrick-Berkeley Psychiatric Clinic, director, 1962-68; Berkeley Mental Health Services, program chief, 1968-71; Northwestern Memorial Hospital, associate director of Institute of Psychiatry, 1981-91. Mills College, lecturer in occupational therapy, 1958-60; University of California, San Francisco, assistant clinical professor of psychiatry, 1958- 74; University of California, Berkeley, lecturer, 1969-74; University of Indiana, associate clinical professor, 1975-76; University of Connecticut, clinical professor, 1978-81; Yale University, clinical professor, 1979-81; Northwestern University, professor, 1981-94, professor emeritus, 1994-, and past vice-chairperson of Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Publications: Grand Opera: Mirror of the Western Mind, 1993; (ed. with K. Anderson) Marx on Suicide, 1999. Contributor to medical and law journals. Address: 9310 Bennett Ave, Evanston, IL 60203-1401, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]