School Shootings and What Psychiatrists Can Do to Prevent Them
By Ronald Pies, MD |
January 1, 2007
Dr Pies is clinical professor of psychiatry at Tufts University in Boston. His most recent books include Creeping Thyme, a collection of poetry (Brandywine Publishers); Zimmerman's Tefillin, a short story collection (PublishAmerica); and Handbook of Essential Psychopharmacology, 2nd edition (American Psychiatric Publishing).
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