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A Treatise on the Medical Jurisprudence of Insanity

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ISBN 9780674863682

Publication Date: 01/01/1962

376 pages

Belknap Press

World

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  • Editor’s Introduction by Winfred Overholser
  • A Note on the Text
  • Preface
  • Preliminary Views
  • I Mental Disease In General
  • II Idiocy
  • III Imbecility
  • IV Legal Consequences Of Mental Deficiency
  • V Pathology And Symptoms Of Mania
  • VI Intellectual Mania
    • I General Intellectual Mania
    • II Partial Intellectual Mania
  • VII Moral Mania
    • I General Moral Mania
    • II Partial Moral Mania
  • VIII Legal Consequences Of Mania
    • I Legal consequences of Intellectual Mania
    • II Legal consequences of Moral Mania
  • IX Dementia
  • X Legal Consequences Of Dementia
  • XI Febrile Delirium
  • XII Legal Consequences Of Delirium
  • XIII Duration And Curability Of Madness
  • XIV Lucid Intervals
  • XV Simulated Insanity
  • XVI Concealed Insanity
  • XII Suicide
  • XVIII Legal Consequences Of Suicide
  • XIX Somnambulism
  • XX Legal Consequences Of Somnambulism
  • XXI Simulated Somnambulism
  • XXII Effect Of Insanity On Evidence
  • XXIII Drunkenness
  • XXIV Legal Consequences Of Drunkenness
  • XXV Interdiction
  • Appendix I
  • Appendix II
  • List Of Cases
  • Index

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