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The Present Status of Sociological Research N. J. DEMERATH M. A. 1 1 The department of sociology, Newcomb College, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana. A survey of the literature reveals that the present state of our knowledge of the schizophrenic reaction in non-literate societies is as...
ALEXANDER H. LEIGHTON 1 , and THEODORE LIDZ M. D. 1 Medical Corps, U. S. N. R. 1. The sound film has a number of definite advantages as an adjunct to psychiatric teaching. Selection of case material can be improved, waste of time in teaching hours reduced, discussion can be free without harm to...
JOSEPH W. OWEN M. D., and LOUIS BERLINROOD M. D. Eight cases of typical pyknolepsy are presented. Four of these ceased spontaneously during the period of observation. Clinically they were similar to petit mal epilepsy except for the mildness of their symptoms, the fairly monotonous course, their...
JULES H. MASSERMAN M. D. 1 1 The division of psychiatry, department of medicine and the Otho S. A. Sprague Institute, University of Chicago. There has recently arisen among certain psychiatrists a tendency to stress unduly the role of the hypothalamus as a dynamic "source" of emotion and even of...
HOWARD D. MCINTYRE M. D., and AURELIA P. MCINTYRE M. D. Brain tumor is found at necropsy in from 3.5 per cent, 6.7 per cent to 13.5 per cent in state hospital material. Brain tumor may occur in a patient with a major psychosis in which instance it is not necessarily the cause of psychotic...
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