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Neurologist , Psychiatrist , psychoanalyst

Lawrence Schlesinger Kubie, American neurologist, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst.


Kubie, Lawrence Schlesinger was born on March 17, 1896 in New York, New York, United States. Son of Samuel and Leah (Schlesinger) Kubie.


Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1916. Student Columbia, 1916-1917. Doctor of Medicine Johns Hopkins University, 1921.

Honorary Doctor of Science, University of Chicago, 1967.


1 stepson, John B. (deceased). Interne, assistant resident Henry Phipps Psychiatric Clinic, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1921-1924. Instructor in physiology, Johns Hopkins Medical School, 1924-1926.

Traveling fellow, Rockefeller Foundation, April-November, 1926. Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New York, 1926-1928. National Research Council fellowship in neurology, London, England., 1928-1929.

Study in psychoanalysis, London, 1928-1930. Associate in neurology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia, 1930-1947. Adjunct attending neurologist, Neurological Institute of New York, 1930-1939.

Associate in psychiatry, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, 1939-1943. Former clinical professor psychiatry School Medicine, Yale. subcommittee of psychiatry, National Research Council, 1939-1951. Director training Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital, Towson, Maryland., 1959-1964, consultant in research and training, 1964-1973.

Visiting professor psychiatry Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. Clinical professor psychiatry University Maryland. Medical School, 1961-1973.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Practical Aspects of Psychoanalysis, 1936. Practical and Theoretical Aspects of Psychoanalysis, 1950. Neurotic Distortion of Creative Process, 1958.

      Editor in chief: Journal Nervous and Mental Disorders. Contributor numerous articles technical and professional jours.


Member faculty New York Psychoanalytic Institute. Member board of trustees of George Junior Republic. Member American Medical Association, American Society Experimental Pathology, American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Psychiatric Association, American Neurological Association, American Psychoanalytic Association (secretary 1938-1940), American Academy Arts and Sciences, New York County Medical Society, New York Psychoanalytic Society (president 1939), New York Neurological Society, New York Academy of Medicine, New York Society Clinical Psychiatry, Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease, American Psychosomatic Society (president 1954-1955), Sigma Xi, Phi Beta Kappa (honorary), Alpha Omega Alpha (honorary).

Clubs: Century Association (New York City, New York).


Married Susan Hoch, July 3, 1921 (divorced 1935).; married second, Eleanor Gottheil Benjamin, August 25, 1939 (divorced). Children: Robert Hoch, Ann Hoch, Thomas (deceased).

Samuel Kubie

Leah (Schlesinger) Kubie

Susan Hoch

Eleanor Gottheil Benjamin

Robert Hoch Kubie

Ann Hoch Kubie

Thomas Kubie (deceased)