JOM – Volume 8, Number 4, 1979

JOM – Volume 8, Number 4, 1979 2020-02-07T10:40:43+00:00

Articles

Tranquilizing Effect of Color Reduces Aggressive Behavior and Potential Violence

Alexander G. Schauss

A Critical Analysis of the Diets of Chronic Juvenile Offenders: Part 2

Alexander G. Schauss, M.A.,Jeffrey Bland, Ph.D., Clifford E. Simonsen, Ph.D.

Impaired Cognition – A Ubiquitous Finding in Psychiatric Disorders

W. M. Bowerman, M.D.

Man’s Molecules: The Contribution of Molecular Biology To Orthomolecular Psychiatry

M. J. A. J. M. Hoes, M.D.

Patient Education In Psychiatric Illness

Cynthia C. Bisbee, Ph.D.

Resistance To Orthomolecular Medicine – Or Why You Don’t Read About Megavitamin Therapy In JAMA

Jack Joseph ChaHem, B.A.

The Alcoholic: How Sick Into Treatment? How Well When Discharged?

Elizabeth Gentaial

Orthomolecular Medicine and Megavitamin Therapy: Future and Philosophy

Eric Braverman

Observations of the 1978 American Psychiatric Convention

William H. Philpott, M.D.

A Direct Method For The Determination of Manganese in Whole Blood: Patients With Seizure Activity Have Low Blood Levels

Arthur Sohler, Ph.D., Carl C. Pfeiffer, Ph.D., M.D. With the Technical Assistance of Kevin Casey, B.S.

An Idea Whose Time Has Come

Mark Worden