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"The American Journal of Psychiatry is the most widely read psychiatric journal in the world. Published monthly, it is indispensable for all psychiatrists and other mental health professionals who need to keep up-to-date with all aspects of psychiatry. Peer-reviewed articles focus on developments in biological psychiatry as well as on treatment innovations and forensic, ethical, economic, and social topics."
American Journal of Psychiatry website (accessed Mar. 9, 2006)
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"About The American Journal of Psychiatry," Journal website (accessed Feb. 25, 2008)
Peer-reviewed scientific journal
Robert Freedman, MD, Editor in Chief
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Official journal of the American Psychiatric Association