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November 1934

Mental Hygiene in the Community.

Arch NeurPsych. 1934;32(5):1123. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1934.02250110211022

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A great deal of propaganda regarding the field of mental hygiene has been appearing in printed form. There has been little available to different professions or persons in the community that would give them some definite idea as to what mental, hygiene means in their particular work or activity. This book has the purpose of filling that gap, and it takes up thoroughly details concerning mental hygiene as related to many fields of activity. It is worth while listing the headings of the chapters to show from what aspects mental hygiene is discussed: 1. Introduction; 2, Mental Hygiene and Medicine; 3, Mental Hygiene and Nursing; 4, Mental Hygiene and Social Service Angencies; 5, Mental Hygiene, Delinquency and Law; 6, Mental Hygiene and Parental Education; 7, Mental Hygiene and the Pre-School Child; 8, Mental Hygiene, Education and Teacher Training; 9, Mental Hygiene, the Church and Theological Training; 10, Mental Hygiene and