Action for Mental Health: Final Report, 1961

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Appendix VI

References

Albee, G. W., 1959. Mental Health Manpower Trends. Basic Books.

Allinsmith, W., and Goethals, G. W. The Role of Schools in Mental Health. Basic Books. (In preparation.)

American Medical Association, 1959. Annual report of Council on Medical Education and Hospitals. J.A.M.A., 171:1509.

American Psychiatric Association, 1958. Standards for hospitals and clinics.

American Psychiatric Association, Committee on Relations with Psychology, 1960. Joint report on relations between psychology and psychiatry. Am. J. Psychiat., 116:950.

Bahn, Anita K., and Norman, Vivian B., 1959. First national report on patients of mental health clinics. Pub. Health Rep., 74:943.

Bane, F., Chairman. See U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1959.

Bartlett, J., 1948. Familiar Quotations. Little, Brown.

Bayne-Jones, S., Chairman. See U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1958.

Beers, C. W., 1921. A Mind That Found Itself. Doubleday.

Bockoven, J. S., 1956. Moral treatment in American psychiatry. J. Nerv. & Ment. Dis., 124:167.

Bockoven, J. S., and Solomon, H. C., 1954. Five year follow-up study of one hundred patients committed to the Boston Psychopathic Hospital. New England J. Med., 251:81.

Bond, E. D., 1954. Results of psychiatric treatments with a control series: a 25-year study. Am. J. Psychiat., 110:561.

Brill, H., and Patton, R. E., 1957. Analysis of 1955-1956 population fall in New York State mental hospitals in first year of large-scale use of tranquilizing drugs. Am. J. Psychiat., 114:509.

Brill, H., and Patton, R. E., 1959. Analysis of population reduction in New York State mental hospitals during the first four years of large-scale therapy with psychotropic drugs. Am. J. Psychiat., 116:495.

Cumming, Elaine, and Cumming, J., 1957. Closed Ranks. Harvard.

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