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On the Pathology of Mania

  • Joseph Wiglesworth (a1)

In investigating the complicated phenomena of mental action, normal and abnormal, it is not sufficient that we confine our attention to the nervous system in its latest stage of development, but we must direct our thoughts to the manner in which it has been built up; in other words, if we wish to understand how the nervous system acts, we must see how it has been developed.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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On the Pathology of Mania

  • Joseph Wiglesworth (a1)
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