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This is an excellent and timely addition to any neuropsychiatric library, even though it has been written primarily as a source of reference for the use of medical officers in the military services. It contains a great deal of practical material and up-to-date knowledge in connection with current neuropsychiatric problems in the armed forces, written by many of the most eminent authorities in the field of neuropsychiatry. Of the forty-six contributors, twenty are in active military service.
This manual represents an expansion of a series of lectures of the "Seventh Post-Graduate Seminar in Neurology and Psychiatry, Including a Review Course in Military Neuropsychiatry," held at the Metropolitan State Hospital, Waltham, Mass., in 1941-1942. These lectures were privately published by the late Colonel Roy D. Halloran, superintendent of the hospital and director of the seminars. Because of the great demand for copies of the lectures from medical officers in the military
Manual of Military Neuropsychiatry. Arch NeurPsych. 1944;52(6):556–557. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1944.02290360128016
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