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Title:
Broadmoor interacts : criminal insanity revisited : a sequel to Partridge's "Broadmoor: a history of criminal lunacy and its problems" for the period between the Mental Health Acts of 1959 and 1983 and a psychological perspective on its clinincal development
Author:
Black, D. A., FBPsS.
Formats:
   
Editions:
5
Total Holdings:
100
OCLC Work Id:
347832631
Record Link:
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DDC: Class Number Holdings Links
Most Frequent 365.46 63 Web Dewey
LCC: Class Number Holdings Links
Most Frequent HV8742.G72 63 ClassWeb
NLM: Class Number Holdings Links
Most Frequent WM33 63 NLM

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Editions

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Title and AuthorLanguageFormatHoldings TagClass Number
TitleBroadmoor interacts : criminal insanity revisited : a sequel to Partridge's "Broadmoor: a history of criminal lunacy and its problems" for the period between the Mental Health Acts of 1959 and 1983 and a psychological perspective on its clinincal developmentby Black, D. A., FBPsS.eng 63082365.46 

(DDC 21)

060 NLM CatalogedWM33
050HV8742.G72
TitleBroadmoor interacts : criminal insanity revisited : a sequel to Partridge's 'Brodmoor: a history of criminal lunacy and its problems' for the periods between the mental health acts of 1959 and 1983 and a psychological perspective on its clinical developmentby Black, D. A., FBPsS.eng 32050HV8742.G73
060WM28
TitleBroadmoor interacts : criminal insanity revisited : a sequel to Partridge's 'Broadmoor: A history of criminal lunacy and its problems' for the period between the Mental Health Acts of 1959 and 1983 and A psychologycal perspective on its clinical developmentby Black, D. A., FBPsS.eng 2  
TitleBroadmoor interacts : criminal insanity revisited : a sequel to Partridge's "Broadmoor, a history of criminal lunacy and its problems" for the periods between the Mental Health Acts of 1959 and 1983 and a psychological perspective on its clinical developmentby Black, D. A., FBPsS.eng 2  
TitleBroadmoor interacts : criminal insanity revisited : a sequel to Partridge's 'Brodmoor: a history of criminal lunacy and its problems' for the periods between the mental health acts of 1959 and 1983 and a psychological perspective on its clinical developmentby Black, D. A., FBPsS.eng 1050HV8742.G73
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