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Two Cases of Homicide in Asylums

  • D. Yellowlees (a1)

The good order, quietness, and contentment of a modern asylum for the insane are apt to appear to outsiders mere matters of course. Alike at employment, exercise, and recreation, the patients behave so well that it seems as if they could never do otherwise, and the occurrence of any casualty among them is apt to excite surprise and dissatisfaction, as if it could only have resulted from mismanagement or carelessness.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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Two Cases of Homicide in Asylums

  • D. Yellowlees (a1)
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