A Bibliographic Classification

@article{R1948ABC,
  title={A Bibliographic Classification},
  author={B. R.},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1948},
  volume={161},
  pages={705-705}
}
  • R. B.
  • Published 1948
  • Nature
THIS volume sets forth the specifications and schedules in Bliss‘s classification for anthropology and the medical sciences, psychology (including psychiatry), education and sociology, including ethnology, folk-lore, ethnography and human geography. The expansions for the medical sciences have been compiled with the assistance of Mr. C. C. Barnard, and those for physiology, medicine and surgery have more recently been revised by Dr. R. B. Singer. The classification for psychology has been… Expand
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