Primitive brains and intelligences, whether in earliest man, utter savages, young children or the feeble-minded, find it difficult or impossible to handle abstractions fast and rationally; on the other hand, interest and skill in cerebrizing the abstract, pro tanto is an index of high intelligence. On this “perfectly good” psychological basis psychiatrists as a class are persons intelligent above the average, and properly may be so considered. Thus it may be assumed that if they do not continuously bring into use every available aid and contribution to their science (and probably most of them do not), it must be mostly due to lack of opportunity and of habituated interest. And that, of course, is the still obvious fact.
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