Styles of psychiatric practice, 1906-1925: clinical evaluations of the same patient by James Jackson Putnam, Adolph Meyer, August Hoch, Emil Kraepelin and Smith Ely Jelliffe

@article{Noll1999StylesOP,
  title={Styles of psychiatric practice, 1906-1925: clinical evaluations of the same patient by James Jackson Putnam, Adolph Meyer, August Hoch, Emil Kraepelin and Smith Ely Jelliffe},
  author={R. Noll},
  journal={History of Psychiatry},
  year={1999},
  volume={10},
  pages={145 - 189}
}
  • R. Noll
  • Published 1999
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • History of Psychiatry

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