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Book Reviews

Behavior and Medicine, 3rd ed

Jame L. Nash

Published: September 23, 2002

Article Abstract

From our regular book review column.

Behavior and Medicine has been a favorite choice of directors of behavioral science courses for first-year medical students since the first edition was published by Mosby-Year Book in 1990. Its unique blend of science, literature, and art made it a pleasure to read and a valuable resource to have in one’s library. In addition, its expressed aim of assisting the student in preparing for standardized licensing examinations gave it immediate practical value.


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Volume: 63

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