More than two decades ago, Aubrey Lewis delivered a visionary Bradshaw lecture to the Royal College of Physicians (Lewis, 1958). The address centred upon the place of scientific method as applied to the art of psychiatry. In his concluding remarks, Lewis emphasised the ardours and perils of guessing. Nowhere is the temptation to guess more clearly illustrated than in multiple choice examinations.
Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this journal to your organisation's collection.