Proceedings of the American Medico-Psychological Association ... Annual Meeting, Tom 20
American Medico-Psychological Association, 1913
List of members in each volume except v. 27.
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Strona 39 - I move that the Secretary be instructed to cast the ballot of the Association for the election of the physicians whose names have been presented.
Strona lxxvi - Persons; of whom, in the first appointment, [one third, viz.] (four,) shall be for one Year, (four) for two Years, and (four) for three Years; and as the said terms expire, the Vacancies shall be filled by appointments for three Years; whereby one Third of the Members will be changed annually.
Strona 259 - The Binet tests, in the hands of competent examiners, usually corroborate the results of clinical examination in the recognition of all degrees of mental defect in children under ten, and of pronounced defect in older persons. These tests are not so effective in detecting slight mental defect in world-wise adolescents and adults. In other words, the Binet tests corroborate where we do not need corroboration, and are not decisive where the differential diagnosis of the high grade defective from the...
Strona 314 - Clinical and Anatomical Analysis of 23 Cases of Insanity arising in the Sixth and Seventh Decades, with Especial Relation to the Incidence of Arteriosclerosis and Senile Atrophy and to the Distribution of Cortical Pigments.
Strona 265 - Bond. Clinical and Anatomical Analysis of 25 Cases of Mental Disease Arising in the Fifth Decade, with remarks on the Melancholia Question and Further Observations on the Distribution of Cortical Pigments.
Strona 50 - ... discussion. The above papers were discussed by Drs. Green, Murdoch, Copp, Burr, Abbot and Fernald in closing. THE PRESIDENT. — The meeting is adjourned until ten o'clock tomorrow morning. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1920. MORNING SESSION. The meeting was called to order by the President. THE PRESIDENT. — I will ask the Secretary to read the report of the Council. REPORT OF COUNCIL JUNE 2, 1920. The Council recommends the transfer from Associate to active membership James J. Gable, MD, Norman, Okla,...
Strona 260 - One hears very different judgments on the value of life. Some say it is good, others say it is bad. It would be more correct to say that it is mediocre; because on the one hand it brings us less happiness than we want, while on the other hand, the misfortunes it brings are less than others wish for us. It is the mediocrity of life that makes it endurable; or, still more, that keeps it from being positively unjust.
Strona lxxv - Any member of the Association may withdraw by signifying his desire to do so in writing to the Secretary: Provided, That he shall have paid all dues to the Association. Any member who shall fail for three successive years to pay dues after special notice by the Treasurer shall be regarded as having forfeited membership, unless such payment of dues is waived by the Council for good and sufficient reasons.