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Progress in mental health : proceedings of the Seventh International Congress on Mental Health / edited by Hugh Freeman
Bib ID 216243
Format BookBook
Author
International Congress on Mental Health (7th :, 1968 : London, England)
 
Description London : Churchill, 1969 
Notes

This volume contains a selection from the Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress on Mental Health, organized by the National Association for Mental Health on behalf of the World Federation for Mental Health held at the Holland Park School, London from 12th to 17th August.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Mental health -- Congresses.  |  Mental illness -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Freeman, Hugh  |  National Association for Mental Health (Great Britain)

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