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Park, Lee C., M.D.

Dr. Lee Park

Associate Professor

Main Office Address

1205 York Road, Suite 35
Lutherville, MD 21093-6268

Phone: 410-321-1276
Fax: 410-433-8793

E-mail: lpark3@jhmi.edu

Website: http://www.leecrandallparkmd.net/


Education and Government Service

1948

B.S. (Zoology)

Yale University

1952

M.D.

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

1952-1953

Medicine Internship

Osler Service, Johns Hopkins Hospital

1955-1959

Psychiatry Residency

Johns Hopkins Hospital

1955-1959

Psychiatry Fellowship

Johns Hopkins University

1953-1955

Military Service

US NAVY: Lt. USNR. Includes Division Psychiatrist, 1st Marine Division, Korea


Professional Interests

Private practice of Psychotherapy and Clinical Research. Studies have focused on the etiology, characteristics and treatment of borderline and narcissistic disorders, and on long-term effects of childhood emotional invalidation, abuse and neglect. Prior research in clinical psychopharmacology, including combined psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy.  


Selected Publications

Allen, Thomas E., Liebman, Mayer C., Park, Lee Crandall, & Wimmer, William C. A Primer on Mental Disorders: A Guide for Educators, Families and Students. Lanham, Maryland, Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2001. 

Park, Lee Crandall, & Park, Thomas Joseph. Personal Intelligence. In: Psychological Mindedness: A Contemporary Understanding. McCallum, Mary, & Piper, William E. (Eds.) Mahwah, New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 133-167, 1997. 

Park, Lee C., Imboden, John B., Park, Thomas J., Hulse, Stewart H., & Unger, H. Thomas. Giftedness and Psychological Abuse in Borderline Personality Disorder: Their Relevance to Genesis and Treatment.  Journal of Personality Disorders, 6:226-240, 1992.  

Park, Lee C., & Imboden, John B. Clinical and Heuristic Value of Clinical Drug Research.  Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 151:322-340, 1970.

Park, Lee C., & Covi, Lino.  Non-Blind Placebo Trial: An Exploration of Neurotic Patients' Responses to Placebo When Its Inert Content is Disclosed. Archives of General Psychiatry, 12:336-345, 1965. 

 

 

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