Physiological correlates of psychological disorders

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Proceedings of an Interdisciplinary Research Conference, sponsored by the Wisconsin Psychiatric Institute and the Department of Psychiatry of the University of Wisconsin Medical Center, August 29-31, 1961.

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StatementEdited by Robert Roessler and Norman S. Greenfield.
ContributionsGreenfield, Norman S., Roessler, Robert L., University of Wisconsin. Dept. of Psychiatry., University of Wisconsin. Wisconsin Psychiatric Institute, Interdisciplinary Research Conference
LC ClassificationsRC327 .R6
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Paginationxi, 281 p.
Number of Pages281
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Open LibraryOL21647578M

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