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Harry Stack Sullivan

Sullivan, Harry Stack (1892–1949), U.S. psychiatrist and head of William Alanson White Institute and Washington School of Psychiatry, who contributed to the study of schizophrenia and originated the idea that psychiatry depends on study of culture and its influence on behavior.

See also: Psychiatry.

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