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Physicians are frequently faced with the necessity of counselling parents and their adolescent patients during the "crisis of life." Not all physicians have had the good fortune in their medical school days to have a series of lectures on the psychology of childhood, nor have they been able to complete a course of instruction in a child guidance clinic. These two books which, since they deal with different aspects of this subject, are here reviewed together, constitute an excellent symposium on the problems of adolescent adjustment.
Dr. Williams' book, which has gone through three large printings, is a collection of
The Adolescent Boy.Adolescence: Studies in Mental Hygiene.. Ann Intern Med. 1933;7:793–794. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-7-6-793_2
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