November 1938


Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1938;62(5):883-899. doi:10.1001/archinte.1938.00180160162013

The notable events of the year in neuropsychiatry are not as much related to the scientific aspects as to the editorial aspects of the field. Four new journals have appeared in America, and there are reports that two more may be launched! Psychiatry, a "journal of the biology and the pathology of interpersonal relations," is published in Washington as a memorial to William A. White. As its name implies, it is concerned largely with the dynamics of psychology in a broad way. Epilepsia has been reborn, after a lapse of almost twenty-five years, under the guidance of William G. Lennox in this country. The Journal of Neurophysiology, edited by Dusser de Barenne, Fulton and Gerard, fills a long felt need. Confinia Neurologica was started by Spiegel and his colleagues in Philadelphia to report advances in "borderland neurology," i. e., the relation of surgery, otology, laryngology, ophthalmology, syphilology and endocrinology to

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