The Science of Psychiatry We live in exciting times. Psychiatrists
practicing their specialty are beset as never before with news of
developments in the field. The conduits of news to the practicing
clinician are usually either stories written in the popular medical
press such as news circulars and advertisements from commercial
concerns, or from de- tailed scientific articles written for the
scientific community. In both forms, the news has been coming thick
and fast. The problem encountered most often by practicing
psychiatrists and clini- cians responsible for hospital facilities
is integrating this material into a coherent whole, with sufficient
technical detail to permit the appropriate development or use of
the new tests and procedures in the clinical setting. The two
volumes comprising the Handbook of Psychiatric Diagnostic Pro-
cedures represent an attempt to provide a clinically useful review
of the current accepted applicability of these tests and
procedures, to enable the clinician to properly implement and
evaluate the procedures as well as the results obtained.
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