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Stern, M.M. (1967). Death and Dying. Attitudes of Patient and Doctor: Vol. V, Symposium No. 11. New York: Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry, 1965. 75. pp.. Psychoanal Q., 36:309-310.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:309-310

Death and Dying. Attitudes of Patient and Doctor: Vol. V, Symposium No. 11. New York: Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry, 1965. 75. pp.

Review by:
Max M. Stern

The importance and the difficulties of including the death complex in our personality studies and therapeutic horizon are interestingly illustrated in this small readable book. It consists of papers read at a symposium about attitudes of patients and doctors in situations created by the imminence of death in seriously ill patients.

A survey of statistical tables, explained by Dr. Alvin I. Goldfarb, is followed by papers by Dr. Robert H. Dovenmuele and Dr. Samuel L.

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