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Index to Volume 2, 1972 


a ws Research Unit of Institute of Psychiatry, London, work of, 


Affective disorders, effect on selective factors in memory, 248 

— —,, lithium prophylaxis in, controlled evaluation of, 

—— —, Salivation in, 

— —, skin melanin concentrations in, possible relationship to cate- 
cholamine hypothesis, 391 

Age, relation to selectivity in memory, 121 

ALARCON, R. DE: An epidemiological evaluation of a public health 
a aimed at reducing the availability of methylamphetamine, 


Alcohol withdrawal, effect on sleep, 239 

Alcoholism. See Drinking 

Amantadine, orphenadrine and placebo, comparision of, in control of 
phencthiazine-induced Parkinsonism, 406 

Anorexia nervosa, syndrome of, occurrence in male subjects, 216, 229 

ANSTEE, B. H. See MINDHAM, R. H. S., GAIND, R., ANSTEE, B. H., and 
RIMMER, L. 

Anthropology, social, and psychiatry, 1 

Anxiety, glucagon level changes associated with, 426 


BALFOUR, F. H. G. See CANDY, J., BALFOUR, F. H. G., CAWLEY, R. H., 
HILDEBRAND, H. P., MALAN, D. H., MARKS, I. M. and WILSON, J. 
BANCROFT, J. H. J. See BEUMONT, P. J. V., BANCROFT, J. H. J., BEARDWOOD, 

cC. J., and RUSSELL, G. F. M. 
BARRETT, K. See SARTORIUS, N., SHAPIRO, R., KIMURA, M., and BARRETT, 
K. 


SAAN, c. 1. See BEUMONT, P. J. V., BANCROFT, J. H. J., BEARDWOOD, 
, and RUSSELL, G. F. M. 

—. See ‘Dauneaeee, P. J. V., BEARDWOOD, C. J., and RUSSELL, G. F. M. 

Behaviour, sexual. See Sexual behaviour 

ee of diphenylhydantoin in relation to plasma 
levels, 

BENJAMIN, S., MARKS, I. M., and HUSON, J.: Active muscular relaxation 
in desensitization of phobic patients, 381 

BEUMONT, P. J. V., BANCROFT, J. H. J., BEARDWOOD, C. J., and RUSSELL, 
G. F. M.: Behavioural changes after treatment with testosterone: 
case report, 70 

—, BEARDWOOD, C. J., and RUSSELL, G. F. M.: The occurrence of the 
syndrome of anorexia nervosa in male subjects, 216 

BIRTCHNELL, J.: The interrelationship between social class, early parent 
death, and mental illness, 166 

BLOOM, S. R., DANIEL, P. M., JOHNSTON, D. I., OGAWA, O., and PRATT, O. E.: 
Changes in glucagon level associated with anxiety or stress, 426 

se T. G., and RAFAELSEN, O. J.: Salivation in affective disorders, 

3 


BOND, P. A., JENNER, F. A., and SAMPSON, G. A.: Daily variations of the 
urine content of 3-methoxy-4-hydroxyphenylglycol in two 
manic-depressive patients, 81 
Book reviews: 
Adams, A. E.: Informationstheorie und Psychopathologie des 
Gedaechtnisses, 1971, 201 ; 
Advances in Pharmacology and Chemotherapy, ed. by S. Garattini 
et al., 1971, 325 

Alvarez, A.: The Savage God, 1971, 327 

Anty, M.: Abrégé de Psychiatrie, 1971, 203 

Baldwin, J. A.: The Mental Hospital in the Psychiatric Service: 
Case-Register Study, 1971, 200 

Beckenbach, E. F., and Tomkins, C. B., eds.: Concepts of Com- 
—— Interpersonal, Intrapersonal and ‘Mathematical, 1971 


3 
Beidler, L. M., ed.: Handbook of Sensory Physiology, Vol. 4, 
Chemical Senses: 1\—Ol ‘faction; 2—Taste, 1971, 203 
Benson, P. F., ed.: . lar Organelles and Membranes in Mental 
Retardation, 1971, 327 
Bosch, G.: Infantile Autism, 1970, 9 
Bradford Hill, A.: Principles of Medteal Statistics, 9th ed., 1971, 200 
“— a : Psychiatric Emergencies: D: and kh 
1971 


British Medical Bulletin, Vol. 27, No. 3, Cogaitive Psychology, 1971, 
199 





igement, 


Brozek, J., and Slobin, D. I.: Psychology in the USSR: An Historical 
Perspec tive, 1972, 442 

Cambridge Studies in Criminology, Vol. XXIV, Present Conduct and 
Future Delinquency, by D. J. West, 1969; Vol. XXVI, Principles 
of Sentencing, by D. A. Thomas, 1970; Vol. XXVII, Suspended 
Sentence, by M. Ancel, 1971; Vol. XXVIII, Social Consequences 
of Conviction, by J. P. Martin and D. Webster, 1971, 92 

Capes. M., Gould, E., and Townsend, M.; Stress in Youth, 1971, 
44 


Chalmers, N., Crawley, R., and Rose, S. P. R., eds.: The Biological 
Bases of Behaviour, 1971, 442 

Chess, S., and Thomas, A.: Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and 
Child Development, 1972, 441 


445 


Cochrane, A. L.: Effectiveness and a Roth, icienc: 1972, 441 

Cooper, J. R., Bloom, F. E., and Roth "eH : The Biochemical 
Basis of Neuropharmacology. 1970, 

Curran, D., Partridge, M., and Sto: Bi Psychological Medicine: 
An Introduction to Psychiatry, corey, 

oo R., Butler, N., and Goldstein, H.: From Birth to Seven, 1972, 


—. 7. and Jarecki, H. G.: Modern Psychiatric Treatment, 
Ellenberger, H. F.: The Discovery of the Unconscious, 1970, 438 
Elliott, K., ed.; The eA and Its Future, 1970, 321 
Fischer-Hombe rs hondrie, 1970, 327 
Gardiner, M., The’ Wal Man and. Sigmund Freud, 1972, 439 
Gluckman, M., oa: The Allocation of Responsibility, 1972, 327 
Granville-Grossman, K.: Recent Advances in Clinical Psychiatry, 
Great Britain, Dept. of Health and Social Security: The Nottingham 
Psychiatric Case Register Findings, 1962-1969, 1971, 
° Psychiatric Hospitals and Units in England 
and Wales, 1971, 326 


Guerra, F.: The Pre-Columbian Mind, 1971, 202 

Harbauer. H., et. al.: Lehrbuch der speziellen Kinder- und Jugend- 
Psychiatrie, 440 

Hartmann, E., ed.: Sleep and Dreaming, 1970, 91 

Hegel. S i F.: Hegel's Philosophy of Mind, tr. by W. Wallace, 

Neon abi” ed.: Deficits in Cognition: Cognitive Studies, Vol. 2, 


Hill, 0. W., ed.: Modern Trends in Psychomatic Medicine—2, 1972, 


Hoffmann, F.: Fundamental Medicine, 1971, 443 

a e 5, On» ed.: Modern Perspectives in Adolescent Psychiatry, 

—, ed.: Modern Perspectives in Child Psychiatry, 1971, 326 

Jaspers, K.: Psychologie der Weltanschauungen, 6th ed., 1971, 324 

Jovanovic, U. J.: Normal Sleep in Man, 1971, 324 

Kay, D. W. K., and Walk, A., eds.: Recent Developments in Psycho- 

geriatrics, 1971, 325 

Kazda, S., and Denenberg, V., eds.: The Post-Natal Development of 
Phenotype, 1970, 201 

_—_ wy and Bell, D. S., eds.: Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, 
1971, 

Kisker, K. F., et al., eds.: Klinische Psychiatrie, 1972, 442 

Kon a A. G., and Eccles, J. C.: Brain and Human Behavior, 
1 1 


Lader, M., and Marks, I.: Clinical Anxiety, 1972, 325 

Levi, me ed.: Society, Stress, and Disease, ‘ol. 1, The Psycho-Social 
Environment and Psychosomatic Diseases, 197i, 98 

Levine, H.: Clinical Cytogenetics, 1971, 9 

Lorenz, K.: Studies in Animal and Human Behaviour, Vol. 2, 1971, 


325 
Luce, G. G.: Biological Rhythms in Human and Animal Physiology, 
1972, 443 


Macdermot, V.: The Cult of the Seer in the Ancient Middle East, 

1971 

Mclliwain, H., and Bachelard, Le S.: Biochemistry and the Central 
Nervous System, 4th ed., 197 444 

McLachlan, G.: Portfolio for Health. 1971, 326 

_ bry KeKeown, T., eds.: Medical History amd Medical Care, 1971, 


Marchais, P.: rigs et a 1970, 20. 


3 
Matussek, P., ef al.: Die K werhaft und ihre Folgen, 
1971, 89 


— i and Shepperd, M. J.: Non-Communicating Children, 
1970, 201 

Moser, A.: Die langfristige Entwicklung Oligophrener, 1971, 322 
Nissen, G.: Depressive Syndrome im Kindes- und Jugendalter , 1971, 


Parry-Jones, W.: The Trade in Lunacy, 1972, 203 

Praag, H. M. van, ed.: Biochemical and Pharmacological Aspects of 
Dependence and Reports on Marihuana Research, 327 

Rachman, S.: The Effects of Psychotherapy, 1971, 325 

ie N.: Long-Term Prognosis After Attempted Suicide, 1971, 





—: amas in Paranoid Psychoses, 1970, 440 


Rutter, M., ed.: Infantite Autism: Concepts, Characteristics and 
a4 1971, 327 


Schulte, W., and Téile, R.: Psychiatrie, 1971, 324 
Shepherd, M., Oppenheim, B., and Mitchell, S.: Childhood Be- 
haviour and Mental Health, 1971, 199 


Slater, E.: Man, Mind and Heredity, ed. by J. Shields and I. I. 
Gottesman, 1971, 9 


—, and Cowie, V.: The Genetics of Mental Disorders, 1971, 199 











446 Index 


Book reviews—continued 
Stevens, Marriage and Fertility of Women Suffering from 
Schizophrenia and Affective Disorders, 1969, 328 
ome, ~~" * and Watson, W.: Sociology in Medicine, 2nd ed., 
Taylor, L.: Deviance and Society, 1971, 441 
Temkin, O.: The Falling Sickness, 2nd ed., 1971, 443 
Tobach, E., Aronson, L. R., and Shaw, E., eds.: The Biopsychology 
of Development, 1971, 442 
Vinar, O., Votava, Z., and Bradley, P. B., eds.: Advances in Neuro- 
psychopharmacology, 1972, 440 
-_ D., and Barraclough, B., eds.: Clinical Tutors in Psychiatry, 
1971, 
Weil-Malherke, H., and Szara, S. I.: The Biochemistry of Functional 
and Experimental Psychoses, 1971, 
Wing, L.: Autistic Children, 1971, 325 
WwigTt ot D. W.: Therapeutic Consultations in Child Psychiatry, 
1 
Zaimow, K.: Uber die Pathophysiologie der Agnosien, Aphasien, 
Apraxien und der Zerfahrenheit des Denkens bei der Schizo- 
phrenie, 1965, 323 
Books received, 92, 204, 328 
BRAMMALL, M. A. See BROOKSBANK, B. W. L., BRAMMALL, M. A., CUN- 
NINGHAM, A. E., SHAW, D. M., and CAMPS, F. E. 
BROOKS, P. W. See CUNDALL, R. L., BROOKS, P. W., and MURRAY, L. G 
BROOKSBANK, B. W. L., BRAMMALL, M. A., CUNNINGHAM, A. E., SHAW, 
D. M., and CAMPS, F. E.: Estimation of corticosteroids in human 
cerebral cortex after death by suicide, accident, or disease, 56 


CAMPS, F. E. See BROOKSBANK, B. W. L., BRAMMALL, M. A., CUNNINGHAM, 
. E., SHAW, D. M., and CAMPS, F. E. 

CANDY, J., BALFOUR, F. H. G., CAWLEY, R. H., HILDEBRAND, H. P., 
MALAN, D. H., MARKS, I. M., and WILSON, J.: A feasibility study for 
a controlled trial of formal psychotherapy, 345 

CARLQUIST, U. See IDESTROM, C. M., SCHALLING, D., CARLQUIST, U., and 
SJOQVIST, F. 

Catecholamine hypothesis of affective disorders, possible relationship 
of skin melanin concentrations to, 391 

—, neurones containing, and electrical self-stimulation, review of 
experimental data, 414 

CAWLEY, R. H. See CANDY, J., BALFOUR, F. H. G., CAWLEY, R. H., 
HILDEBRAND, H. P., MALAN, D. H., MARKS, I. M., and WILSON, 3. 

Cerebral cortex, estimation of corticosteroids in, after death by 
suicide, accident or disease, 56 

CHANDLER, J. See EDWARDS, G., HENSMAN, C., CHANDLER, J., and PETO, 


5. 

Child guidance and delinquency in London borough, 185 

CHIU, T. L., TONG, J. E. “a SCHMIDT, K. E.: A clinical and survey study 
of latah in Sarawak, Malaysia, 155 

Chlormethiazole, effect on sleep and drug withdrawal :n relation to 
delirium tremens, 239 

Cloze procedures in evaluation of schizophrenic speech, 254 

COOPER, B. See GATH, D., COOPER, B., and GATTONI, F. E. G. 

COOPER, J. E. See VON CRANACH, M., and COOPER, J. E. 

CORSELLIS, J. A. N. : Neuropathology and psychiatry (Editorial), 329 

Corticosteroids, estimation in cerebral cortex after death by suicide, 
accident or disease, 56 

CRAMMER, J. L. See WATT, D. C., CRAMMER, J. L., and ELKES, A. 

CROw, T. J.: Catecholamine-containing neurones and electrical self- 
stimulation, I. A review of some data, 

CUNDALL, R. L., BROOKS, P. W., and MURRAY, L. G.: A controlled 
evaluation of lithium prophylaxis in affective disorders, 30 
CUNNINGHAM, A. E. See BROOKSBANK, B. W. L., BRAMMALL, M. A., 

CUNNINGHAM, A. E., SHAW, D. M., and CAMPS, F. E. 


DANIEL, P. M. See BLOOM, S. R., DANIEL, P. M., JOHNSTON, D. I., OGAWA, 
O., and PRATT, O. E. 

Death by suicide, accident or disease, estimation of corticosteroids in 
cerebral cortex after, 

Delinquency, juvenile, and child guidance in London borough, 185 

Delirium tremens and effect of chlormethiazole on sleep and drug 
withdrawal, 239 

Dependency of schizophrenic patients on elderly relatives, ’ 

Depression, endogenous and symptomatic, salivation in, 232 

Depressive iliness, desmethylimipramine in, metabolism, anti- 
cholinergic effects and therapeutic outcome of, 397 

— —, manic. See Manic-depressive illness 

— —- Hamilton Rating Scale for, factor analysis of ratings, 


Desensitization of phobic patients, active muscular relaxation in, 381 

Desmethylimipramine in depressive illness, metabolism, anticholinergic 
effects and therapeutic outcome of, 397 

Diphenylhydantoin, behavioural and psychophysiological effects in 
relation to plasma levels, 111 

Disease, medico-psychological concept of, logical analysis, of, 7 

—., psychohistorical aspects of, 

Diseases, functional, classification of, 7 

—, organic, classification of, 11 

DOUGLAS, J. W. B.: Medical Research Council Unit for the Study of 
Environmental Factors in Mental and Physical Iliness, 3 

Drinking, motivation for, survey in men of London suburb, 266 

Drug abuse. See Methylamphetamine abuse 

Drugs, trials with neurotic patients, improvement criteria, in 73 


EASTWOOD, M. R., and TREVELYAN, M. H.: Relationship between physical 
and psychiatric disorder, 
Editorials: 
ee meena d and psychiatry (J. A. N. Corsellis), 329 
Pharmaco! ology and psychiatry (E. Marley), 93, 208 
Psyche and history (G. Rosen), 205 
Social anthro: ology | and psychiatry (J. B. Loudon) 1 
EDWARDS, G the A diction Research Unit of the Institute of Psy- 
chiatry, 4 hy 192 
—, HENSMAN, C., CHANDLER, J., and PETO, J.: Motivation for drinking 
among men: survey of a London ‘suburb, 
Electrical self-stimulation and catechol 
review of experimental data, 414 
ELKES, A. See WATT, D. C., CRAMMER, J. L., and ELKES, A. 
English and Irish, comparison of national differences in obsessional 
symptoms and personality traits, 33 
Environmental factors in mental and physical illness, work of M.R.C. 
Unit on, 318 
EVANS, J. 1., LEWIS, S. A., and TINKER, M.: Chlormethiazole, sleep, and 
drug withdrawal, 239 
EYSENCK, H. J. See EYSENCK, S. B. G., and EYSENCK, H. J. 
EYSENCK, S. B. G., and EYSENCK, H. J.: The questionnaire measurement 
of psychoticism, 50 





g neurones, 


Freud, Sigmund, influence of Viennese medicine and science on 
thought of, 332 


GAIND, R. See MINDHAM, R. H. S., GAIND, R., ANSTEE, B. H., and RIMMER, 
L 


GATH, D., COOPER, B., and GATTONI, F. E. G.: Child guidance and de- 
linquency in a London borough, 185 

GATTONI, F. E. G. See GATH, D., COOPER, B., and GATTONI, F. E. G. 

Glucagon level changes associated with anxiety or stress, 426 


HAKKI, A. See ROBIN, A. A., and HAKKI, A. 
Hamilton Rating Scale for depression, factor analysis of ratings, 272 
HENSMAN, C. See EDWARDS, G., HENSMAN, C., CHANDLER, J., and PETO, J. 
HILDEBRAND, H. P. See CANDY, J., BALFOUR, F. H. G., CAWLEY, R. H., 
HILDEBRAND, H. P., MALAN, D. H., MARKS, I. M., and WILSON, J. 
HOBSON, R. F. See SHAPIRO, D. A., and HOBSON, R. F. 
Hospital psychiatric beds, comparative use in neighbouring East 
London boroughs, 176 
HUGHES, D. See INGHAM, J. G., RAWNSLEY, K., and HUGHES, D. 
HUSON, J. See BENJAMIN, S., MARKS, I. M., and HUSON, J. 
Hypogonadism and Klinefelter’s syndrome, comparative study of 
psychiatric patients with, 139 
—, sexual behaviour changes after testosterone treatment in case of, 70 
Hysteria and psychogenesis, 


IDESTROM, C. M., SCHALLING, D., CARLQUIST, U., and sJGQVIST, F.: 
Acute effects of diphenylhydantoin in relation to plasma levels: 
behavioural and psychophysiological studies, 111 

— and quality of maternal care, association between, 


INGHAM, J. G., RAWNSLEY, K., and HUGHES, D.: Psychiatric disorder and 
its declaration in contrasting areas of South Wales, 

Institute of Psychiatry, Addiction Research Unit, London, work of, 
192 


Irish and English, comparison of national differences in obsessional 
symptoms and personality traits, 33 


JENNER, F. A. See BOND, P. A., JENNER, F. A., and SAMPSON, C. A. 

JOHNSTON, D. I. See BLOOM, S. R., DANIEL, P. M., JOHNSTON, D. L, 
OGAWA, O., and PRATT, O. E. 

Juvenile delinquency and child guidance in London borough, 185 


KELLEHER, M. J.: Cross-national (Anglo-Irish) differences in obsessional 
symptoms and traits of personality, 33 

KELLNER, R.: Improvement criteria in drug trials with neurotic 
patients, Part II, 73 

KIMURA, M. See SARTORIUS, N., SHAPIRO, R., KIMURA, M., and BARRETT, K. 

Klinefelter’s syndrome and hypogonadism, comparative study of 
psychiatric patients with, 13: 


Latah, clinical and survey study in Sarawak, 155 
LE POIDEVIN, D. See MCNAMEE, H. B., LE POIDEVIN, D., and NAYLOR, G. J. 
Lewis, A.: ‘Psychogenic’: a word and its mutations, 
LEWIS, $. A. See EVANS, J. 1., LEWIS, S. A., and TINKER, M. 
LISHMAN, W. A.: Selective factors in memory, Part I: Age, sex and 
Dersonality attributes, 121 
— — —, Part II: Affective disorder, 248 
Lithium prophylaxis in affective disorders, controlled evaluation of, 


Logic, symbolic, in analysis of medico-psychological concept of 
isease, 
LOUDON, J. B.: Social anthropology and psychiatry (Editorial), 1 


MCNAMEE, H. B., LE POIDEVIN, D., and NAYLOR, G. J.: Methysergide in 
mania: a double-blind comparison with thioridazine, 

MALAN, D. H. See CANDY, J., BALFOUR, F. H. G., CAWLEY, R. H., HILDE- 
BRAND, H. P., MALAN, D. H., MARKS, I. M., and WILSON, J. 

Malays in Sarawak, clinical and survey study of latah in, 155 








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Mania, methysergide in, double-blind comparison with thioridazine, 
66 


Manic-depressive illness, 3-methoxy-4-hydroxyphenylglycol content of 
urine in, daily variations in, $1 

— — —, salivation in, 

MARKS, I. M. See BENJAMIN, S., MARKS, I. M., and HUSON, J. 

—. See CANDY, J., BALFOUR, F. H. G., Gane, Le H., HILDEBRAND, H. P., 
MALAN, D. H., MARKS, I. M., and WILSo! 

MARL a, E.: Pharmacology and psychiatry Editorial ), 93; (Addendum), 


MARSHALL, H.: Appendix to ‘The classification of psychotropic drugs’ 
by M. Shepherd, 106 ‘i 

Maternal care, quality of, and infant development, association between 
42 


Medical Research Council Neuropsychiatry Unit, Carshalton and 
Epsom, work of, 428 
— Social Psychiatry Unit, work of, 86 
— Unit for the Study of Environmental Factors in Mental ard 
Physical Illness, woin of, 3 
Medicine, Viennese, influence on thought of Sigmund Freud, 332 
Melanin concentrations in skin in affective disorders, possible 
relationship to catecholamine hypothesis, 391 
Memory, selective factors in, changes due to affective disorder, 248 
—, — — —, relation to age, sex and personality attributes, 121 
Mental. See Psychiatric 
3-Methoxy-4-hydroxyphenylglycol content of urine, daily variations 
in manic-depressive patients, 81 
Methylamphetamine (Methedrine) abuse, epidemioloy ical evaluation 
4 or of public health measure restricting availability of drug, 


Methysergide in mania, double-blind comparison with thioridazine, 66 

MINDHAM, R. H. S., GAIND, R., ANSTEE, B. H., and RIMMER, L.: Comparison 
of amantadine, orphenadrine, and placebo in the control of 
phenothiazine-induced Parkinsonism, 406 

MOWBRAY, R. M.: The Hamilton Rating Scale for depression: a factor 
analysis, 272 

MURRAY, L. G. See CUNDALL, R. L., BROOKS, P. W., and MURRAY, L. G. 

Muscular relaxation, active, in desensitization of phobic patients, 381 

NAYLOR, G. J. See MCNAMEE, H. B., LE POIDEVIN, D., and NAYLOR, G. J. 

Neurones containing catecholamine, and electrica! self-stimulation, 
review of experimental data, 4 

Neuropathology and psychiatry, 329 

Neucooaeiads Unit, Medical Research Council, Carshalton and 

psom, 

Neurosis, drug trials in, improvement criteria in, 73 

Obsessional symptoms and personality traits, cross-national (Anglo- 
Irish) differences in, 33 

OGAWA, 0. See BLOOM, S. R., DANIEL, P. M., JOHNSTON, D. I., OGAWA, O., 
and PRATT, O. E. 

Orphenadrine, amantadine and placebo, comparison of, in control of 
phenothiazine-induced Park 





Parental death, early, social class and mental illness, interrelationship 
between, 
Parkinson’s disease induced by phenothiazine, comparison of 
amantadine, orphenadrine and placebo in control of, 406 
Personality traits and « sympt , cross-national (Anglo- 
Irish) differences in, 33 
, relation to selectivity in memory, 121 
PETO, J. See EDWARDS, G., HENSMAN, C.. CHANDLER, J., and PETO. J. 
Pharmacology and psychiatry, 93, 208 
Phenothiazine, Parkinsonism induced by, comparison of amantadine, 
orphenadrine and placebo in control of, 406 
Phenylketonuria, establishment as disease entity, 14 
Phobic disorders, active muscular relaxation in desensitization for, 381 
ioe and mental illness, environmental factors in, work of M.R.C. 
nit on, 
— disorders, relationship to psychiatric disorders, 363 
Plasma levels of diphenylhydantoin in relation to behavioural and 
psychophysiological effects, 111 
PRATT, O. E. See BLOOM, S. R., DANIEL, P. M., JOHNSTON, D. I., OGAWA, O., 
and PRATT, O. E. 
PRYCE, I. G.: Chronic schizophrenia and discharge from hospital, 301 
Psychiatric beds, comparative use in hospitals in neighbouring East 
London boroughs, 176 
— disorders, prevalence, declaration and referral for treatment in 
contrasting areas of South Wales, 
- a to physical disorders, 363 
illness and physical illness, environmental factors in, work of 
M.R.C. Unit on, 318 
— —, social class and 4 parental death, interrelationship between, 
166 





interview, standardized, changes in rating behaviour during 
learning ‘of, 
patients with Klinefelter’s syndrome and hypogonadism, com- 
parative study of, 139 
Psychiatry and neuropathol y, 329 
and pharmacology, 9. 208 
and social ee 1 
Psychogenesis as psychiatric term, history and evaluation of, 209 
Psycholinguistics of hrenic speech, 254 
Psychology, collective and individual, in relation to history, 205 
Psychopharmacology, faceted index for retrieval i in, 106 





Psychophysiological effects of diphenythydantoin in relation to plasma 
leveis, 

Psychotherapy, changes during, single-case study of, 312 

—, formai, feasibility study for controlled trial of, 345 

Psychoticism, questionnaire measurement of, 50 

Psychotropic drugs, classification of , 96 


Questionnaire measurement of psychoticism, 50 


RAFAELSEN, 0. J. See BOLWIG, T. G., and RAFAELSEN, 0. J. 

RAWNSLEY, K. See INGHAM, J. G., RAWNSLEY, K., and HUGHES, D. 

RICHTER, D.: Medical Research Council Neuropsychiatry Unit, 
Carshalton and Epsom, 428 

RIMMER, L. See MINDHAM, R. H. S., GAIND, R., ANSTEE, B. H., and 
RIMMER, L. 

ROBERTS, C. J., and ROWLEY, J. R.: A study of the association between 
quality of maternal care and infant development, 43 

ROBIN, A. A., and HAKKI, A.: Use of hospital s in neighbouring East 
London boroughs, 176 

ROBINS, A. H.: Skin melanin concentrations in the affective disorders: 
possible relationship to the catecholamine hypothesis, 391 

ROSEN, G.: Freud and medicine in Vienna: some scientific and medical 
sources of his thought, 332 

—: Psyche and history (Editorial), 207 

ROWLEY, J. R. See ROBERTS, C. J., and ROWLEY, J. R. 

RUSSELL, G. F. M. See BEUMONT, P. J. V., BANCROFT, J. H. J., BEARDWOOD, 
C. J., and RUSSELL, G. F. M. 

—. See BEUMONT, P. J. V., BEARDWOOD, C. J., and RUSSELL, G. F. M. 


Salivation in affective disorders, 232 

SAMPSON, G. A., See BOND, P. A., JENNER, F. A., and SAMPSON, G. A. 

Sarawak, clinical and survey study of latah in, 155 

SARTORIUS, N., SHAPIRO, R., KIMURA, M., and BARRETT, K.: WHO 
International Pilot Study of Schizophrenia, 422 

SCHALLING, D. See IDESTROM, C. M., SCHALLING, D., CARLQUIST, U., and 
ss6QvisT, F. 

Schizophrenia, chronic, degree of handicap and level of social care in 
relation to discharge from hospital in, 

— patients, impairment in social roles and dependence on eicerly 
relatives, 1D 

—,s h in, evaluation by Cloze procedures, 254 

—) WHO International Pilot Study of, 422 

SCHMIDT, K. E. See CHIU, T. L., TONG, J. E., and SCHMIDT, K. E. 

Sex, relation to selectivity in memory, 121 ‘ 

Sexual behaviour, changes after testosterone treatment in case of 
hypogonadism, 70 

SHAPIRO, D. A., and HOBSON, R. F.: Change in psychotherapy: a single 
case study, 312 

SHAPIRO, R. See SARTORIUS, N., SHAPIRO, R., KIMURA, M., and BARRETT, K. 

SHAW, D. M. See BROOKSBANK, B. W. L., BRAMMALL, M. A., CUNNINGHAM, 
A. E., SHAW, D. M., and CAMPS, F. E. 

SHEPHERD, M.: The classification of psychotropic drugs, 96 

SILVERMAN, G.: Psycholinguistics of schizophrenic language, 254 

ss6Qvist, F. See IDESTROM, C. M., SCHALLING, D., CARLQVIST, U., and 
SJGOVIST, F. 

Skin melanin concentrations in affective disorders, possible relation- 
ship to catecholamine hypothesis, 391 

Sleep, effect of chlormethiazole, in relation to delirium tremens, 239 

Social anthropology and psychiatry, 1 

— class, early parental death and mental illness, interrelationship 
between, 166 

— Psychiatry Unit, Medical Research Council, work of, 86 

Sodium amylobarbitone withdrawal, effect of Chlormethiazole, 239 

STEVENS, B. C.: Dependence of schizophrenic patients on elderly 
relatives, 17 

Stress, glucagon level changes associated with, 426 


TAYLOR, F. K.: A logical analysis of the medico-psychological concept 
of disease, Part II, 7 : 

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Thioridazine in mania, double-blind comparison with methysergide, 66 

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TREVELYAN, M. H. See EASTWOOD, M. R., and TREVELYAN, M. H. 


Urine, ae ae ye content of, daily variations 
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Viennese medicine and science, influence on thought of Sigmund 
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World Health Organization International Pilot Study of Schizo- 

phrenia, 422 








Psychological Medicine 


EDITOR 
MICHAEL SHEPHERD 


Assistant Editors 
J. L. GIBBONS K. RAWNSLEY 


G. W. ASHCROFT The late L. s. PENROSE 
J. A. N. CORSELLIS CYRIL RASHBASS 
J. W. B. DOUGLAS GEOFFREY ROSE 
J. G. GIBSON G. F. M. RUSSELL 
D. V. GLASS M. L. RUTTER 
H. GWYNNE JONES PETER SAINSBURY 
The late G. W. HARRIS F. KRAUPL TAYLOR 
M. LADER J. TIZARD 
SIR AUBREY LEWIS IAN SUTHERLAND 
W. A. LISHMAN J. K. WING 
C. D. MARSDEN 0. L. ZANGWILL 
W. M. MILLAR Editor British Medical Journal 
W. D. M. PATON 

Volume 2 

1972 


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Contents 


No. 1 FEBRUARY 1972 
Editorial: Social anthropology and psychiatry 


Part 2. A logical analysis of the medico-psychological concept of disease F. KRAUPL TAYLOR 
Dependence of schizophrenic patients on elderly relatives BARBARA C. STEVENS 
Cross-national (Anglo-Irish) differences in obsessional symptoms and traits of personality M. J. KELLEHER... 


A study of the association between quality of maternal care and infant development c. J. ROBERTS and J. R. 
ROWLEY 


The questionnaire measurement of psychoticism ss. B. G. EYSENCK and H. J. EYSENCK 


Estimation of corticosteroids in human cerebral cortex after death by suicide, accident, or disease BENJAMIN 
W. L. BROOKSBANK, MARGARET A. BRAMMALL, ANN E. CUNNINGHAM, DAVID M. SHAW, and FRANCIS E. 


Methysergide in mania: a double-blind comparison with thioridazine H. B. MCNAMEE, D. LE POIDEVIN, and 
G. J. NAYLOR 


Behavioural changes after treatment with testosterone: case report 


P. J. V. BEUMONT, J. H. J. BANCROFT, C. J. 
BEARDWOOD, and G. F. M. RUSSELL 


Part 2. Improvement criteria in drug trials with neurotic patients ROBERT KELLNER 


Preliminary communication: Daily variations of the urine content of 3-methoxy-4-hydroxyphenylglycol in two 
manic-depressive patients P. A. BOND, F. A. JENNER, and GWYNETH A. SAMPSON 


Research report: Medical Research Council Social Psychiatry Unit 
Book reviews 


No. 2 MAY 1972 
Editorial: Pharmacology and psychiatry 


The classification of psychotropic drugs MICHAEL SHEPHERD 


Acute effects of diphenylhydantoin in relation to plasma levels C.-M. IDESTROM, D. SCHALLING, U. CARL- 
QUIST, and F. SJGOQVIST 


Selective factors in memory. Part 1: age, sex and personality attributes W. A. LISHMAN..............cceeeeeeceeseeee 
Comparative study of psychiatric patients with Klinefelter’s syndrome and hypogonadism A. WAKELING 
A clinical and survey study of latah in Sarawak, Malaysia T. L. CHIU, J. E. TONG, and K. E. SCHMIDT 
The interrelationship between social class, early parent death, and mental illness JOHN BIRTCHNELL 
Use of hospital beds in neighbouring East London boroughs A. A. ROBIN and A. HAKKI 


Preliminary communication: Child guidance and delinquency in a London borough DENNIS GATH, BRIAN 
COOPER, and F. E. G. GATTONI 


Research report: The Addiction Research Unit of the Institute of Psychiatry, London 
Book reviews 


No. 3 AUGUST 1972 
Editorial: Psyche and history 


Addendum: Pharmacology and psychiatry 


*Psychogenic’: a word and its mutations AUBREY LEWIS 


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Contents 


The occurrence of the syndrome of anorexia nervosa in male subjects 
and G. F. M. RUSSELL 


P. J. V. BEUMONT, C. J. BEARDWOOD, 
Chlormethiazole, sleep, and drug withdrawal J. 1. EVANS, S. A. LEWIS, and M. TINKER 

Selective factors in memory. Part 2: affective disorder w. A. LISHMAN 

Psycholinguistics of schizophrenic language GERALD SILVERMAN 


Motivation for drinking among men: survey of a London suburb GRIFFITH EDWARDS, CELIA HENSMAN, 
JANE CHANDLER, and JULIAN PETO 


The Hamilton Rating Scale for depression: a factor analysis R.M. MOWBRAY 


Psychiatric disorder and its declaration in contrasting areas of South Wales J. G. INGHAM, K. RAWNSLEY 
and D. HUGHES 


An epidemiological evaluation of a public health measure aimed at reducing the availability of methylamphetamine 
R. de ALARCON 


Chronic schizophrenia and discharge from hospital 


Preliminary communications: 


Controlled evaluation of lithium prophylaxis in affective disorders Rr. L. CUNDALL, P. W. BROOKS, and 
L. G. MURRAY 


Change in psychotherapy: a single case study D. A. SHAPIRO and R, F. HOBSON 


Research report: Medical Research Council Unit for the Study of Environmental Factors in Mental and Physical 
Illness 


No. 4 NOVEMBER 


Editorial: Neuropathology and psychiatry 
Freud and medicine in Vienna GEORGE ROSEN 


A feasibility study for a controlled trial of formal psychotherapy J. CANDY, F. H. G. BALFOUR, R. H. CAWLEY, 
H. P. HILDEBRAND, D. H. MALAN, I. M. MARKS, and J. WILSON 


Relationship between physical and psychiatric disorder M.R. EASTWOOD and M. H. TREVELYAN 


Changes in rating behaviour during the learning of a standardized psychiatric interview M. VON CRANACH 
and J. E. COOPER 


Active muscular relaxation in desensitization of phobic patients s. BENJAMIN, I. M. MARKS, and J. HUSON... 


Skin melanin concentrations in the affective disorders: possible relationship to the catecholamine hypothesis 
ASHLEY H. ROBINS 


Metabolism, anticholinergic effects, and therapeutic outcome of desmethylimipramine in depressive illness 
D. C. WATT, J. L. CRAMMER, and A. ELKES 


Comparison of amantadine, orphenadrine, and placebo in the control of phenothiazine-induced Parkinsonism 
R. H. S. MINDHAM, R. GAIND, B. H. ANSTEE, and LORNA RIMMER 


Catecholamine-containing neurones and electrical self-stimulation: 1. a review of some data T. J. CROW 
Preliminary communications: 
WHO International Pilot Study of Schizophrenia N. SARTORIUS, R. SHAPIRO, M. KIMURA, and K. BARRETT 


Changes in glucagon level associated with anxiety or stress s. R. BLOOM, P. M. DANIEL, D. I. SOHNSTON, 
OLIVIA OGAWA, and O. E. PRATT 


Research report: Medical Research Council Neuropsychiatry Unit, Carshalton and Epsom, Surrey 
Book reviews