The medical jurisprudence of insanity /

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Author / Creator:Browne, J. H. Balfour (John Hutton Balfour), 1845-1921, author.
Imprint:London : J. & A. Churchill ; San Francisco : S. Whitney & Co., 1871.
[London, England] : Printed by J.E. Adlard,
Description:1 online resource (xvii, 341 pages).
Language:English
Subject:Insanity (Law) -- Great Britain.
Insanity (Law) -- United States.
Forensic Psychiatry.
Insanity (Law)
Great Britain.
United States.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11035484
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Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Print version record; online resource viewed May 8, 2017.
Other form:Print version: Browne, J. H. Balfour (John Hutton Balfour), 1845-1921. Medical jurisprudence of insanity. London, J. & A. Churchill, 1871
Microform version: Browne, J. H. Balfour (John Hutton Balfour), 1845-1921. Medical jurisprudence of insanity. London : J. & A. Churchill ; San Francisco : S. Whitney, 1871
Table of Contents:
  • Lunacy and limited responsibility
  • On the causes of insanity
  • Of unsoundness of mind
  • Amentia and its legal relations
  • On the pathology and symptoms of mania
  • On intellectual mania
  • On moral mania
  • On partial moral mania
  • The legal relations of mania
  • On the legal relations of moral mania
  • Dementia and its legal relations
  • Epilepsy and its legal relations
  • Somnambulism and its legal relations
  • Drunkenness and its legal relations
  • On aphasia and its legal relations
  • On acute delirious mania
  • On the legal relations of maniacal delirium
  • Feigned insanity
  • On concealed insanity
  • On lucid intervals
  • The admissibility of the evidence of the insane
  • On the prognosis of insanity
  • On the examination of persons supposed to be of unsound mind.