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September 1935

News and Comment

Arch NeurPsych. 1935;34(3):671. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1935.02250210192016

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AMERICAN BOARD OF PSYCHIATRY AND NEUROLOGY, INC.  A meeting of the Board was held in Philadelphia on June 7 and 8, 1935, and examinations were given to thirty-one candidates for certification. Twenty-one certificates were granted; six candidates failed, and four were conditioned. In addition, certificates were granted to thirty-four candidates on the basis of their records without examination. The names of the candidates to whom certificates were awarded are:

Without Examination.  —In Psychiatry and Neurology: Harold A. Bancroft, Hartford, Conn.; Thomas M. Barrett, Marion, Ind.; Louis Casamajor, New York; Franklin G. Ebaugh, Denver; Walter Freeman, Washington, D. C.; George A. Gosselin, Hartford, Conn.; George W. Hall, Chicago; Titus H. Harris, Galveston, Texas; J. Allen Jackson, Danville, Pa.; Smith Ely Jelliffe, New York; Baldwin L. Keyes, Philadelphia; Adolf Meyer, Baltimore; Walter Joseph Otis, New Orleans; Mortimer W. Raynor, White Plains, N. Y.; Hans H. Reese, Madison, Wis.; Irving J. Sands, Brooklyn;