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Book Reviews

Elements of Clinical Research in Psychiatry

John J. Schwab

Published: August 1, 2001

Article Abstract

From our regular book review column.

This book meets its goal to provide the basic guidelines needed by those planning or already conducting clinical psychiatric research. Moreover, the authors have successfully met the hopes stated modestly in their introduction. They have "communicated a sense of genuine enthusiasm for clinical research and a sense of enjoyment in what we do . . . because we believe it is important, and we hope that we can contribute to the welfare of psychiatric patients".


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Volume: 62

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