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2. French Psychological Literature

  • J. R. Gasquet
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Considering the history of France for the last eighteen months, there would have been little reason for surprise if our brethren there had entirely ceased to contribute their share to the literature of psychological medicine. They have, however, continued to write and to publish, although three numbers of the “Annales” were published during the siege of Paris, and one under the reign of the Commune, when Paris was cut off from the rest of the world. The “Journal de Médecine Mentale” seems to have been more unfortunate, as only one number was published for the last four months of 1870, since which we have received no more.

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2. French Psychological Literature

  • J. R. Gasquet
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