Robert Sheckley:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Robert Sheckley (b. 1928 - d. 2005) was an American writer, born and educated in New York, where he set some of his fiction, publishing his first story, "Final Examination", for Imagination in May 1952.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Alcoholic Reliever
Mechanized relief from alcoholism.

Bad Medicine (1956)

Bendix Anxiety Reducer
Machine-based psychotherapy.

Bad Medicine (1956)

Composite Living
Forming a meld with other life forms.

The Day the Aliens Came (1995)

Home Therapy Appliances, Inc.
A store at which a variety of therapy devices are made available

Bad Medicine (1956)

A mechanism or device-based therapy that cures (or palliates) alcoholism.

Bad Medicine (1956)

Rex Regenerator (Mechanotherapist) - heavy duty therapy
Mechanotherapy device cures homicidal urges.

Bad Medicine (1956)

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