10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PSYCHOPATHIST»
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The American Journal of Insanity
It is therefore, that we insist on the moral qualities and the mental abilities of the
psychopathist. We maintain that neglect of therapeutical duty, the omission of all
such researches and inquiries leading to proper diagnosis, must produce ...
“I've promised Piers to consult a psychopathist next week. Nothing else will
satisfy the family.” “I don't believe a psychopathist will help you.” “Neither do I, but
I have promised.” Mr. Fennel ran his thumb along the cutting edge of the shears,
Psychiatry in Law / Law in Psychiatry, Second Edition
Scientology found it expedient to call itselfa church, thereby obtaining benefits
accorded religious bodies. Under the Internal Revenue Code, payments to a
psychiatrist, psychologist, Christian Science practitioner, or psychopathist, among
The Chicago Medical Examiner
No instance has fallen under my observation where any man of professional
standing as a psychopathist has maintained this doctrine in any court of justice,
— the only placo where it assumes high practical importance. Yet, to apply the
West Virginia Medical Journal
A. M. A., April 27, 1918, page 1219. VISCEROPTOSIS FROM THE
NEUROLOGIST AND PSYCHOPATHIST STANDPOINT BY ALEX R. l\LicKENzn:,
M. D., Senior Assistant Huntington State Hospital, Huntington, W. Va. Read
Before the Cabell ...
Report on a proposed classification of titles and positions ...
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Bureau of Municipal Research (Rochester, N.Y.), 1920
In Chicago it has been the custom to oblige each child\ suspected of mental
defect or whose retardation has been marked to undergo a special examination
by a psychopathist, before entrance into a special room. This practice has this to
Chicago (Ill.). Board of Education, 1914
Missionaries, Radicals, Feminists: A History of North Yarra ...
He went by the title of 'Psychopathist', had no formal medical training, and was
said to heal by spiritual magnetic force (The Argus, 1898). ].W. placed ads in
country newspapers, asserting that he had: '...gone beyond the old method of
“Basil Thinkoup strives as psychopathist at Balliasse Palliatory.” “We must share
a number of mutual acquaintances,” observed The Denis. “And Gavin Waylock—
you'll never guess!” Waylock set his teeth. “I'd never attempt it,” said The Albert.
They come with troubles in their hearts. Me, I look in their minds and tell them
what they should do." "Oh. You're a psychologist, eh?" Mr. Kolitt grinned. "
Psychopathist, rather, Mr. Kolitt." "Well," Mr. Kolitt said drunkenly, "go ahead. Do