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Insanity of Conduct

  • Geo. H. Savage (a1) and C. Mercier (a1)

Dr. Savage.

Gentlemen,—I feel that some apology is due in bringing before you a series of rather trivial cases of mental disorder, in which there is nothing very new, and whose interest really lies in their being placed together for special consideration. Experience teaches me that one may often learn more from the slighter deviation from health than from the more serious perversions. In the former one may watch the details much more readily than one can in the latter.

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Read at the Annual Meeting of the British Medical Association, London, 1895.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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Insanity of Conduct

  • Geo. H. Savage (a1) and C. Mercier (a1)
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