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Psychiatrist

Aribert Rothenberger, German psychiatrist. Achievements include research in TeamSpeak, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, OCD, biological psychiatry. Recipient Hermann Emminghaus prize Germany, 1986. Co-founder Tourette Association, Germany, 1993, honorary president, since 2000; co-founder OCD Association, 1995, president, 1999—2002; co-founder Foundation Youth Making Music, 2006.

Background

Rothenberger, Aribert was born on November 21, 1944 in Woerrstadt, Germany. Son of Karl and Margarethe (Dechent) Rothenberger.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University Mainz, 1972.

Career

Assistant University Ulm, Germany, 1973—1980, University Essen, Germany, 1980—1983, Center Institute Mental Health, University Heidelberg, Mannheim, Germany, 1983—1985, privatdozent, 1985—1987, professor, 1987—1994. Professor, chair child and adolescent psychiatry University Göttingen, since 1994, director department, since 1994. Delaware European Union of Medical Specialists, Brussels, 1993—2007.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in TeamSpeak, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, OCD, biological psychiatry.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Child Psychiatry Compact second edition, 2007. Author: Children Developing Tics, 1991, Electroencephalogram and Evoked Potentials, 1987. Co-author: Child Psychiatry, 2000, On the Traces of Autism, 2000, Frontal Lobes and Course of Psychiatric Disorders, 2000, My Child Has Not Only Tics and Compulsions, 2001, Drugs for Children's Mental Health, 2005, Scientfic History of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, 2005, Handbook of Psychopharmaka in Childhood and Adolescence, 2005.

      Editor: Event-Related Potentials in Children, 1982. Editor: Brain and Behavior in Child Psychiatry, 1990, Affective Psychoses, 1992. Co-editor: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders, 2000.

      Editor: journals, —.

Membership

Co-founder Tourette Association, Germany, 1993, honorary president, since 2000. Co-founder OCD Association, 1995, president, 1999—2002. Co-founder Foundation Youth Making Music, 2006.

Connections

Married Lilo Werner, June 2, 1978. Children: Lillian Geza, Liane Tessa.

father:
Karl Rothenberger

mother:
Margarethe (Dechent) Rothenberger

spouse:
Lilo Werner

child:
Lillian Geza Rothenberger

child:
Liane Tessa Rothenberger