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June 8, 1912

Studies in Psychiatry.

JAMA. 1912;LVIII(23):1813-1814. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260060162037

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This, the first volume of the "Studies in Psychiatry," consists for the greater part of a reproduction of articles written by members of the New York Psychiatric Society, each worth preserving in permanent form under book covers. In order to give the reader an idea what he may expect to find in this book, it would be necessary to reproduce the entire table of contents. Without underestimating the worth of some of the other articles, however, we may especially mention Dana's article, "The Curability of Early General Paresis;" Adolph Meyer's "Remarks on Habit Disorganizations in the Essential Deteriorations," and "The Relationship of Hysteria, Psychasthenia and Dementia Præcox;" August Hoch's article, "Constitutional Factors in the Dementia Præcox Group," which is rapidly becoming a classic; likewise the lucid description of cyclothymia, by Jelliffe; and the two splendid articles on the "Eye Findings in Dementia Præcox," by Tyson and Clark. These studies combine

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