Nafsiyaat e Junon is a Psychology book was written by Benard Hart and translated into Urdu by Obaida Zaman.
This book covers the history of mental illness, the psychological concept of mental illness, and the treatment of mental illness.
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After secondary education at University College School, Hampstead, and undergraduate education at University College London, Bernard Hart graduated from University College Hospital Medical School with the Conjoint diploma of LRCP, MRCS in 1903, MB in 1904, and MD in 1912.
After qualifying in 1903, he held house appointments at the East London Hospital for Children and then studied psychiatry in Paris and Zurich.
After working as an assistant physician at the Hertfordshire County Asylum, otherwise known as Hill End Hospital at St Alban’s, and at Long Grove Asylum in Epsom, he was appointed in 1913 as the first physician for psychological medicine at University College Hospital.
|Original Title||Nafsiyat e Junoon|
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