Brianne M. Collins
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A transnational perspective on psychosurgery: beyond Portugal and the United States
BM Collins, HJ Stam
Journal of the History of the Neurosciences 23 (4), 335-354, 2014
132014
Freeman’s transorbital lobotomy as an anomaly: A material culture examination of surgical instruments and operative spaces.
BM Collins, HJ Stam
History of psychology 18 (2), 119, 2015
52015
Ontario's Leucotomy Program: The Roles of Patient, Physician, and Profession
B Collins
Graduate Studies, 2012
32012
For whose benefit? Comment on the psychobiography special section (2017).
JL Young, BM Collins
American Psychological Association 73 (3), 286, 2018
22018
Uncharted Territory: Psychosurgery in Western Canada, 1935-1970
BM Collins
Arts, 2020
2020
Commentary: Why Study the History of Neuroscience?
JT Burman, BM Collins
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 14, 127, 2020
2020
Freeman, Walter J. (1895–1972)
BM Collins
The Encyclopedia of Clinical Psychology, 1-2, 2014
2014
L. Stephen Jacyna and Stephen T. Casper (eds), The Neurological Patient in History
BM Collins
Social History of Medicine 26 (4), 796-797, 2013
2013
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