Browse notable psychiatrists such as Sigmund Freud, Erich Fromm, and Elisabeth Kubler-Ross.
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profile name: Sigmund Freud profile occupation: Scholar, Psychiatrist
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profile name: Elisabeth Kubler-Ross profile occupation: Psychiatrist, Journalist
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profile name: Carl Jung profile occupation: Inventor, Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Journalist
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profile name: Hermann Rorschach profile occupation: Psychiatrist
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profile name: Karen Horney profile occupation: Academic, Psychiatrist, Journalist
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profile name: Erich Fromm profile occupation: Psychiatrist, Academic Author
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