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February 1940

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Arch NeurPsych. 1940;43(2):423-424. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1940.02280020231020

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AMERICAN BOARD OF PSYCHIATRY AND NEUROLOGY, INC.  The following physicians were granted diplomas in psychiatry and/or neurology at an examination held in New York, Dec. 17, 1939 (an asterisk denotes complementary certification, a certificate having been granted in the other discipline previously).

Neurology.  —Joseph L. Abramson, Brooklyn; Noble R. Chambers,* Syracuse, N. Y.; William Ehrlich, Newark, N. J.; Harold L. Ellis, New York; Abraham Ettleson, Chicago; Malcolm J. Farrell,* Waverley, Mass.; Jacob H. Friedman,* Bronx, N. Y.; Archibald, M. Gaulocher,* Wingdale, N. Y.; William F. Green,* New York; Edgar Erskine Hume, Washington, D. C.; Erwin Jaffe, New York; Erich Liebert,* Elgin, Ill.; J. Grafton Love, Rochester, Minn.; Rupert B. Raney, Los Angeles; Alexander T. Ross, Wahjamega, Mich.; Hawley S. Sanford, Detroit; Nathan, Schlezinger, Philadelphia; Michael Scott, Philadelphia; Joseph H. Siris, Brooklyn; Albert T. Steegmann,* Cleveland; Anthony S. Tornay,* Philadelphia; A. Earl Walker, Chicago; Paul H. Wilcox,* Waltham, Mass.

Psychiatry.  —Henry

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