A reference companion to the history of abnormal psychology, Volume 1
"Source book and a channel to the history of abnormal psychology." Entries consist of both the unusual and the pathological. Contains many biographical entries. Each entry gives name or concept, explanatory definition or discussion, and bibliographical reference. List of entries by categories, illustrations, list of journal abbreviations, and index.
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Labyrinths of the Mind: A Companion to the History of Abnormal Psychology
John G. Howells,M. Livia Osborn
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A Reference Companion to the History of Abnormal Psychology, Volume 1
John G. Howells
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