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1 J. Psychiatry & L. [i] (1973)

handle is hein.journals/jpsych1 and id is 1 raw text is: SPRING 1973

THE JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY AND LAW
I           Notes on Contributors
3           Editors' Page
The Psychiatrist as Advocate
The psychiatrist as an expert witness must act as an advocate in order
to help bring about important legal reforms.
BERNARD L. DIAMOND, M.D.
Psychiatry Kills: A Critical Evaluation of Dr. Thomas Szasz
23           The author argues that many of Szasz 'arguments are not well founded
and are often based on distortions and demagoguery.
ALAN A. STONE, M.D.
Psychiatric Misjudgments in German Restitution
Proceedings: Blindness or Spite?
Explores the role of psychiatry in evaluating restitution claims for
children who suffered under Nazi persecution.
MARTIN WANGH, M.D.
A Preliminary Investigation into the Knowledge of
and Attitudes Toward the Legal Rights of Mental Patients
49           Mental health workers' attitudes toward, and knowledge of legal rights
of mental patients are surveyed. Attitudes were found to be favorable
but knowledge was deficient.
RONA LAVES AND ALAN COHEN

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