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Progress of Psychiatry in 1911: Spain

  • W. Coroleu

The Commission appointed by the County Board or Barcelona to inquire into the administration of S. Bandilius Lunatic Asylum has issued its report. The sad condition of matters therein revealed is an ample justification of the demand which the public had made for an inquiry. A medical inspector has been appointed to remedy the abuses.

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1 It is a good exercise, both in elementary geometry and elementary logic, to show that “indirect proofs” do not really form an exception.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • W. Coroleu
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