June 1976
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jun/Jul1976, Vol. 9 Issue 6
Book Review
Reviews books on psychiatry. 'The Hyperkinetic Child: A Bibliography of Medical, Educational and Behavioral Studies,' by Carol Ann Winchell; 'Psychodietetics: Food as the Key to Emotional ehalth,' by E. Cheraskin, W.M., Ringsdorf Jr. and A. Brecher; 'The New Psychotherapies,' by Robert A. Harper.


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