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From colonial to cross-cultural psychiatry in Nigeria
Matthew M. Heaton

published in my historical monograph Black Skin, White Coats: Nigerian Psychiatrists, Decolonization, and the Globalization of Psychiatry. I would like to thank Ohio University Press for permission to reproduce it here. 2 As noted by al-Mahi in his introductory comments at the First Pan-African Psychiatric Conference (Lambo, 1961 : 11). 3

in Global health and the new world order
Bonnie Evans

global category and to use epidemiology to raise questions about the cultural specificity of the condition. At the Third Pan-African Psychiatric Conference in 1972, two Nigerian doctors, C. I. Longe and T. Asuni, had described four cases of ‘infantile autism’ in Nigerian children, claiming the condition was more common in children from the upper-middle classes. Lotter thought that

in The metamorphosis of autism