The Psychology of Alcoholism

George Barton CUTTEN (1874 - 1962)

After presenting an overview of alcoholism and its affect on society, Dr. Cutten dives into the effects of chronic alcoholism on physiology, the nervous system, memory, intellect, will, emotions, senses that affect the individual's morals and sanity. Lastly he presents two cures known at that time, Religious conversion and hypnotism. Summary by Curt Walton

Genre(s): Psychology

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Preface & Chapter I - Introduction Curt Walton
00:34:39
Play 02 Chapter II - Physiology Curt Walton
01:04:40
Play 03 Chapter III - Memory Curt Walton
00:56:52
Play 04 Chapter IV - Intellect (not including memory) Curt Walton
00:39:46
Play 05 Chapter V - Will Curt Walton
01:05:37
Play 06 Chapter VI - Emotions Curt Walton
00:53:09
Play 07 Chapter VII - Senses Curt Walton
00:46:01
Play 08 Chapter VIII - Morals part 1 Curt Walton
00:42:35
Play 09 Chapter VIII - Morals part 2 Curt Walton
00:42:25
Play 10 Chapter IX - Insanity part 1 Curt Walton
00:54:39
Play 11 Chapter IX - Insanity part 2 Curt Walton
00:41:35
Play 12 Chapter X - Religious Conversion as a Cure, part 1 Curt Walton
00:41:06
Play 13 Chapter X - Religious Conversion as a Cure, part 2 Curt Walton
00:39:40
Play 14 Chapter XI - Hypnotism and Other Cures Curt Walton
01:02:07