The problems of readjustment, for the individual and for the business purse and for the state, which inevitably follow war are most important at the present moment. Almost five years after the end of the Great Conflict, many of these problems are still facing us, and it will take many more years before they are settled. One who is interested in the statistics of conditions will find many places in which they can be found. Although statistics show what exists or has existed, they seldom provide advice regarding the solutions. The present work is entirely lacking in statistics It is intended to be of assistance in the solution of some problems.
Part 1: Basis and General Concept of Re-Education 1. What is Re-Education? 2. Foundation of Habits 3. Mental Attitudes and Incentives Part 2: General Re-Education Principles 4. Formation of Habits 5. Movement 6. General Re-Education Methods 7. Measurement and Performance Part 3: Neurological and Mental Adjustments 8. Anterior Poliomyelitis, or Infantile Paralysis 9. Locomotor Ataxia, or Tabes Dorsalis 10. Cerebral Paralyses 11. Speech Defects 12. The Psychotic Index
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