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The Problem of Schizophrenia WALTER FREEMAN M. D., PH. D. 1 , and JAMES W. WATTS M. D., F. A. C. S. 1 1 The Department of Neurology, George Washington University. 1. Prefrontal lobotomy is less successful in schizophrenics than in certain types of patients who have preserved better contact with...
GROSVENOR B. PEARSON M. D. 1 , and KATHRYN L. SCHULTZ M. D. 1 1 The Western State Psychiatric Hospital and the Department of Psychiatry of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is recommended that interns be given more formal instruction in psychiatry...
PETER BASSOE M. D. 1 1 Rush Professor Emeritus of Neurology in the University of Illinois Neurologist to the Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago Was Spain a "cradle of psychiatry"? She certainly was not the mother of psychiatry for that honor belongs to Greece. In the middle ages she stressed charity...
(Preliminary Report of 100 Cases) J. V. EDLIN M. D. 1 , R. H. JOHNSON M. D. 1 , P. HLETKO M. D. 1 , , and G. HEILBRUNN M. D. 1 1 The Chicago State Hospital, Chicago, Ill., and The University of Illinois, College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. Since the introduction of the aversion...
J. S. KASANIN M. D. 1 1 Director, Department of Psychiatry, Mount Zion Hospital, San Francisco; Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of California Medical School 1. A diagnosis of schizophrenia rests partly on the data obtained from the mental status and observation of the...
ESTHER BOGEN TIETZ M. D. 1 , GEORGE N. THOMPSON M. D. 1 , A. VAN HARREVELD M. D. 1 , , and C. A. G. WIERSMA PH. D. 1 1 California Institute of Technology, Los Angeles County General Hospital, University of Southern California. 1. Electronarcosis is a safe and practical method of treatment for...
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