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This book is written in a simple, elementary fashion for the purpose of instruction in child guidance. It is fairly evenly divided into two main sections. The first has to do with instruction in the recognition of the problem, history taking, examination, and treatment. The second part deals with more specific problems of behavior, i.e., stealing, lying, feeding difficulties, nervousness, sex difficulties, etc.
Because of the variety of symptoms in behavior problems, no satisfactory system of classification or diagnosis will ever be possible. This difficulty in organization is noticeable throughout the book. It must once more be emphasized that the
The Doctor and the Difficult Child.. Ann Intern Med. 1941;15:771. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-15-4-771
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