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A paper "reprinted from the Journal of the American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology. Volume Eight, Number One, May 1917" in which the subject of delinquency, its several definitions, how it may be diagnosed, and what practices may help a delinquent patient, is surveyed.
Herman M. Adler (1876–1935) was a Harvard–educated neuropathologist who served as chief of staff at the Boston Psychopathic Hospital, and as an assistant professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.
WorldCat does not locate any institutional copies. In paper wrappers; edgeworn and lightly dirtied, some creasing, fragile front hinge. Staples rusting within, a few creased corners, interior otherwise unmarked. (Inventory #: 39329)