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The Aims and Objects of a Mental Deficiency Institution

  • F. Douglas Turner (a1)
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The aims and objects of mental deficiency institutions in England have altered fundamentally more than once since they were first started. These alterations have, in many respects, been quite as substantial as the changes in outlook of the mental hospitals.

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A paper read at a meeting of the South-Eastern Division held at the Royal Eastern Counties Institution, Colchester, April 26, 1928.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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The Aims and Objects of a Mental Deficiency Institution

  • F. Douglas Turner (a1)
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