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The 1954 research publication by The Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease has produced an outstanding text of the commonest and most typical problems in neurology and psychiatry in children. It is preceded in many instances by basic anatomical information which is of great value to the worker within the field. The adequate evaluations of the discussions that have followed the presentation of these papers have been carefully selected and add considerable value to the text of the preceeding chapters. The information on basic physiology and function of the nervous system is easily read and understandable. The bibliographies are quite complete and add considerable value to the text as a reference book. It is to be noted that some of our most prominent physicians in the field of neurology and psychiatry are well represented, and this text joins some of our greatest reviews of these problems in our
Neurology and Psychiatry in Childhood: Proceedings of the Association, December 1954, New York, N. Y. AMA Am J Dis Child. 1957;93(4):468. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1957.02060040470019
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