Jean Pierre Marie FöLlix (Janet Pierre-Marie-Flix)( French psychologist.)
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Biography Jean Pierre Marie FöLlix (Janet Pierre-Marie-Flix)
Born in Paris on May 30, 1859. He studied at the Ecole Normale SupöLrieure and the University of Paris, worked at Le Havre. He returned to Paris in 1890 and was appointed head of the psychological laboratory in the clinic Salpetriere. In 1902 he became a professor of psychology at the College de France. Among the works of Janet - Mental condition of patients with hysteria (L'tat mental des hystriques, . 1892), . Current concepts of hysteria (Quelques definitions recentes de l'hystrie, . 1907), . Psychological Healing (Les mdications psychologiques, . 1919), . Psychological Medicine (La mdicine psychologique, . 1924) and others,
Janet explained hysterical and psychasthenic states 'reduced mental strain', introduced the concept of dissociation. Mental Effects, Janet, is the result of the transition process external to the internal social action plan (internalization). Developed a complex hierarchy of behavioral acts, from simple reflexes to the highest manifestations of intelligence. Janet died in Paris on February 24, 1947.