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Individuality and Science Methods of education have been severely criticized for mass regulations which fail to take adequate account of individual excellences. Pedagogy has been called a racket, a pressure group which has forced legislation more in the interest of the pedagogical...
To the Editor:—
Dr. Andrew D. Hart Jr.'s comment in The Journal, Dec. 6, 1941 anent Dr. Roy Grinker's communication of October 18 contains many pertinent and justifiable criticisms of the attitude of the medical profession toward the neurotic patient.
PROCUREMENT AND ASSIGNMENT SERVICE FOR PHYSICIANS, DENTISTS AND VETERINARIANS
RECOMMENDATIONS TO ALL PHYSICIANS WITH REFERENCE TO THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY
All inquiries concerning the Procurement and Assignment Service should be sent to the...
Much useful information derived from a great variety of authentic sources on symptoms, diagnosis and treatment has been collected in this compendium on the occupational diseases. Prevention is not discussed. The interesting observation is made that medical management of occupational...
Dr. Ernest B. Zeisler of Chicago writes that an error is present in the correction entitled "Calculation of the Addis Count," which appears on page 2265 of The Journal of Dec. 27, 1941. Dr. Zeisler says that in the twelfth line of this correction the "0.4 sq. mm." should be "0.4 cu....
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