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This book is made up of nine chapters on the applications and implications of psychology in the relationships of human society. The fourth chapter will be of especial interest to medical readers as it is entitled "A Psychological Regard of Medical Education," and is a reprint of the Bradshaw Lecture, delivered before the Royal College of Physicians.
The author feels that our present system of medical education tends to turn out specialists rather than clinicians, because medical education is "almost wholly in the possession of specialists, each with his own vested interests, each maintaining the supreme importance of a full
In the Realm of Mind.. Ann Intern Med. 1938;11:2051. doi: 10.1059/0003-4819-11-11-2051_2
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