Works Cited




Note: This page needs to be made. Please, per Dr. Lake's advising, make sure that you make this page alphabetical in order. Thank you!

-A lot of the definitions in the Wiki are not cited. Is it okay to go through and redefine them all with a source?
-The cites all need to follow the same format. Either they need to begin with the same thing (i mean author, title, or source) or they need to be categorized in some other way. Check the discussion page and give recommendation on how to cite. Once a consensus is met on the discussion page, we can add how to format cites to the "how to page."


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“Arnold, Thomas (1742-1816).” Patterns of Madness: A Reader. Ed. Allen Ingram. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1998. 164-174.

“Arnold, Thomas (1742-1816).” Observations on the Nature, Kinds, Causes, and Prevention of Insanity, Volume 2. Ed. B. McMillan. London: Bow Street,

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Flemyng, Malcolm. The Nature of The Nervous Fluid, or Animal Spirits, Demonstrated. London: Andrew Millar, 1751. Print.

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