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Book Reviews

Learning Disabilities: Implications for Psychiatric Treatment

Richard M Sarles

Published: June 18, 2002

Article Abstract

From our regular book review column.

This edited, 182-page book is one of the 2000 Review of Psychiatry series monographs. In this volume, comprising 5 chapters, the authors who are all experts in the field of learning disabilities present the reader with a broad, yet comprehensive, overview of the subject. Each chapter is also extensively referenced for those who wish to delve deeper.


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Volume: 63

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