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Neurological Disorders in Famous Artists

Editor(s): Bogousslavsky J. (Lausanne) 
Boller F. (Paris) 

Status: available   
Publication year: 2005
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This book belongs to
Frontiers of Neurology and Neuroscience , Vol. 19
Editor(s): Bogousslavsky J. (Montreux) 
VIII + 192 p., 38 fig., 14 in color, 3 tab., hard cover, 2005
Status: available   
ISSN: 1660-4431
e-ISSN: 1662-2804

Fascinating insights into the relationship between brain disease and creativity
A Karger 'Publishing Highlights 1890–2015' title

The study of how a neurological disorder can change the artistic activity and behavior of creative people is a largely unexplored field. This publication looks closer at famous painters, writers, composers and philosophers of the 18th to the 20th centuries who suffered from neurological diseases such as stroke, epilepsy, brain trauma and dementia. The diseases of Gershwin, Kant, Musorgsky, Poe, Ravel, Van Gogh and many more are diagnosed in retrospect and treatment options according to modern medical technologies are discussed.

Presenting fascinating insights into the relationship between brain disease and creativity in famous minds, this publication is highly recommended to neurologists, psychiatrists, physicians as well as to everybody interested in art, music and literature.