FREEMAN, Walter Jackson, II
Prefrontal lobotomy in agitated depression. Report of a case.Med. Ann. Distr. Columbia 5, 326-28, 1936.
See also the book by the same authors, Psychosurgery: Intelligence, emotion, and social behavior following prefrontal lobotomy for mental disorders. Springfield: Charles C Thomas, 1942. By the 1950s lobotomy was largely discredited, and replaced by psychotropic medication, such as thorazine.
Subjects: NEUROSURGERY › Psychosurgery