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Diagnostic reasoning in psychiatry is as intricate as it is risky (Elstein et al. 1978; Fitzhenry-Coor 1986; Fitzhenry-Coor and Nurcombe 1983; Gauron and Dickinson 1965; Sandifer et al. 1970; Kendell 1973; Nurcombe and Fitzhenry-Coor 1982). During the clinical encounter, the clinician elicits, notes, and verifies pertinent clinical cues. Early in the(More)
An enhancement of the dynamics of declaration elaboration is suggested and exemplified. It is seen as part of a continuing process in language design, namely, refinement of a language's facility in regard to definition and control of data structures. The objective of this note is to encourage further examination and discussion of this process.
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