The New York Psychiatric Institute and Hospital


In the second half of the nineteenth century psychiatry made many notable advances, particularly from the standpoint of housing mentally ill patients. At the same time there were small scientific groups that led the way to a deeper understanding of abnormal mental reactions ; these groups, however, occupied themselves largely with efforts to describe… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01563206


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