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11 J. Psychiatry & L. [i] (1983)

handle is hein.journals/jpsych11 and id is 1 raw text is: SPRING 1983
THE JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRYAND LAW
1           'Notes on Contributors
3            Editors' Page
The Inappropriateness of Least Restrictive Alternative Analysis
for Involuntary Procedures With the Institutionalized Mentally Ill
7            The authors point out the danger inherent in applying a legal
concept relevant for one field of law to another. Here the case in
point is the repercussions for involuntary treatment of the institu-
tionalized mentally ill.
THOMAS G. GUTHEIL, M.D.
PAUL S. APPELBAUM, M.D.
AND DAVID B. WEXLER, J.D.
Some Clinical and Psychobiographical Aspects of Personal Bank-
ruptcy: A Psychoanalytic Inquest
19            A unique article is herein published regarding the psychology of
bankruptcy. Clinical material pertinent to this issue is given to
amplify the discussion.
LAWRENCE M. GINSBURG, J.D.
AND SYBIL A. GINSBURG, M.D.
Altering Opinions About the Insanity Plea
29            The authors detail an important study testing public opinion about
the use and success rates of the insanity plea. They conclude that
the feeling is that it is overused and abused.
RICHARD W. JEFFREY, M.A.
AND RICHARD A. PASEWARK, PH.D.
Psychiatric Training and Involuntary Commitment
41            Dr Many alerts us to the pitfalls of using a psychiatric trainee in
commitment procedures. He presents incisive suggestions to rem-
edy the situation.
SETH E. MANY, M.D.

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