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Title:
Classics of American psychiatry
Author:
Brady, John Paul.
Publication Information:
St. Louis : W. H. Green, [1975]
Physical Description:
viii, 281 pages ; 24 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
Rush, B. Medical inquiries and observations upon the diseases of the mind (1812). Letter to John Redman Coxe (1810). Letter to the managers of the Pennsylvania Hospital (1810).--Ray, I. A treatise on the medical jurisprudence of insanity (1838).--Brigham, A. Asylums exclusively for the incurable insane (1844). Insanity illustrated by cases, and by the conversation and letters of the insane (1844).--Gray, J. P. Insanity and its relations to medicine (1868).--Prince, M. Association neuroses (1891).--Dix, D. L. Memorial of D. L. Dix praying a grant of land for the relief and support of the indigent curable and incurable insane in the United States (1848).--Earle, P. Bloodletting in mental disorders (1854).--Mitchell, S. W. Address delivered to the American Medico-Psychological Association (1894).--Hoch, A. On the clinical study of psychiatry (1900).--Beers, C. W. The mind that found itself (1908).--Meyer, A. The psychobiological point of view (1934).
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