Some Mental Health Premises

The premises underlying our understanding of the nature of mental illness and its treatment are subject to cycles of fashion. Recurring emphasis is too often on structures and too seldom on functions within a system. Publicizing paradigms is no substitute for demonstration of efficacy.

Author(s): Arthur Bowen

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Volume 57, Issue 4 (pages 533–551)
Published in 1979