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18 J. Psychiatry & L. [i] (1990)

handle is hein.journals/jpsych18 and id is 1 raw text is: SPRING-SUMMER 1990
THE JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY AND LAW
I             Notes on Contributors
5             Editor's Page
Narcissistic Concerns in the Educational Experience of Law
Students
9             Many students experience emotional problems during their years
in law school. The author applies the insights of psychoanalyst
Heinz Kohut to help explain the problems.
MICHAEL E. CARNEY, PH.D.
Hidden Agendas at the Law-Psychiatry Interface
35            Some of the most important terms and concepts in the psycho-
legal field have different meanings to many legal and mental
health professionals. The author discusses the reasons why this is
SO.
ROBERT D. MILLER, M.D., PH.D.
Alcoholism: Disease or Willful Misconduct? A Look at the
Veterans Administration Position in Traynor v. Turnage
59            The United States Supreme Court recently delivered its opinion
on the issue posed in the title of this article. The author sharply
criticizes that opinion.           J. LARRY GOFF, J.D., M.A.
Homosexuality and Immigration Law: A Reexamination
109           The author reviews the history of the law excluding homosexuals
from immigration into the United States. She argues persuasively
for the elimination of that law.
SANA LOUb, J.D., M.P.H.
The Negotiation of Voluntary Admission in Chicago's State
Mental Hospitals
137           Only one percent of recent admissions to Chicago's state mental
hospitals are involuntary. The author presents the process by
which patients decide to admit themselves voluntarily.
SUSAN C. REED, PH.D.
DAN A. LEWIS, PH.D.

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