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November 22, 2008

Simpley neurology

Around the 1950s, psychiatry and law was in vogue. Today, we are hearing a lot about neurology and law. In the spirit of Jay Leno's "Headlines," here is an advertisement from the Oxford University Press catalog:

Second Edition
Michael Donaghy
paper, ISBN13: 9780198526360, ISBN10: 0198526369

Praised by both lecturers and students alike for successfully breaking down the barriers which conventionally surround the subject of neurology and for making it simpleý


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Something new for Judge Bazelon's descendants to screw up. ;-)

Posted by: SgtDad | Nov 28, 2008 4:56:50 PM

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