volume 6, issue 23, P267-269 1953
DOI: 10.1177/026455055300602302
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E. R. Guest

Abstract: [This is the final part of an address the first part of which appeared in our last issue. It was delivered to the Romilly Association at Reading and is reproduced here by permission of that Association and of Mr. Guest. In the first instalment Mr. Guest criticised the excessive use of psychiatry and ended his article with a quotation from Mr. Basil Henriques’ book, “Indiscretions of a Magistrate,” which, after describing the report of one psychiatrist on a case before his Court, said “ We were not greatly imp…

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