Isador Henry Coriat (1875-1943) was an American psychiatrist and neurologist. He was one of the first American psychoanalysts. He was of Moroccan-Spanish descent on his father's side and German on his mother's side. He graduated in 1900 from the Tufts Medical College (Boston). He was one of the founders of the Boston Psychoanalytic Society, the first secretary in 1914 and president in the years 1930-32. Coriat was the only Freudian analyst in Boston during the period after Putnam's death. His works include: Abnormal Psychology (1910), The Hysteria of Lady Macbeth (1912), The Sadism in Oscar Wilde's "Salome" (1914), The Meaning of Dreams (1915), What is Psychoanalysis? (1917), Repressed Emotions (1920), Sex and Hunger (1921) and Stammering: A Psychoanalytic Interpretation (1928).