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In this small monograph Dr. Licht presents a clear outline of the early history of occupational therapy. He then documents fundamental psychiatric studies relating to occupational therapy which were first presented by Pinel in 1801 with other quotations from the writings of Reil, Halloran, Rush, Tuke, Esquirol, Leuret, Voisin, Kirkbride and Eva Charlotte Reid. This book will be of particular interest to institutional personnel and represents an excellent choice of contributors and their contributions to this subject.
Occupational Therapy Source Book. JAMA. 1949;139(4):268. doi:10.1001/jama.1949.02900210074032
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