Clara Harrison Town

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Mind that Found Itself. By Clifford Whittingham Beers. New York and London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1908. Pp. 362. "A Mind that Found Itself" is a wonderfully graphic account of the wandering of a mind set adrift, recorded by that mind after it had once more found its moorings. The author describes, as only one who has experienced them can describe, the(More)
as normally endowed mentally, but wild as the result of deprivation of human contacts. On the ground of this belief Itard attempted to educate the boy. He succeeded in teaching him much, and in the process he discovered two facts: first, that the boy was really an idiot, and second (and this fact amazed all concerned), that even though an idiot, he could,(More)
The Psychology of Dementia Praecox. By Dr. C. G. Jung. Translated by Frederic^ Peterson, M.D., and A. A. Brill, Ph.B., M.D. Nervous and Mental Disease Monograph Series, No. 3, New York, 1909. Pp. xx + 153. The majority of existing treatises on dementia praecox present, in reality, little more than collections of accurate clinical pictures of the disease.(More)