2 edition of handbook of elementary psychobiology and psychiatry found in the catalog.
handbook of elementary psychobiology and psychiatry
Edward Gregory Billings
|Statement||by Edward G. Billings ...|
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|Pagination||xix, 271 p. diagrs.|
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By Edward G. Billings, M.D. New York: The MacMillan Company, pp. The two figures which have most profoundly influenced the development of American psychiatry in the first half of the century have been undoubtedly those of Adolf Meyer and Freud.
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