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Françoise Minkowska-Brokman (January 22, 1882 - September 15, 1950) was a French Jewish psychiatrist, born in Poland. She was married to Eugene Minkowski, psychiatrist, and the mother of Alexandre Minkowski, pediatrician. She was a student of Eugen Bleuler and associated with the work of Hermann Rorschach, another of Bleuler's pupils.

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