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Psychology of Dementia

  • E. D. Wiersma

[It was a great honour for me to receive an invitation from the Senate of the University of London to speak on a psychological subject. I had, however, some diffidence about accepting it, since I have to speak in a foreign language. I feel greatly relieved by the assurance that there is to be no discussion after the lecture. Furthermore, I have brought some lantern-slides with me, to render my lecture more intelligible.]

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Being a course of two lectures delivered on May 29 and 30, 1929, at University College, London. Published by special permission of the lecturer.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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Psychology of Dementia

  • E. D. Wiersma
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