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August 19, 1911

Unsoundness OF Mind.

JAMA. 1911;LVII(8):678. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260080242026

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Abstract

This book was written for the intelligent layman. The author has long been known as England's foremost asylum superintendent, whose writings, especially his clinical lectures on mental diseases, have for many years been considered classic. Having due regard for the difficulties attending the popularization of such an all-embracing subject as that included under the title "Unsoundness of Mind," we think that the author has executed his task most satisfactorily. The book is written in an easy and semipopular style, and the views expressed are in general up to date. In our opinion, not only the layman, but also the busy practitioner, will find something of value in this treatise.

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