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Dagobert W. McScrooge1, Daisy J. Duck2, and Donald R. Duck2 ; No titles like M.D. etc. Font: Goudy Old Style Bold 10. If you don't have the font "Goudy Old Style", use Times New Roman


1Department of Parapsychology and Neuro-Imaging, Entenhausen School of Medicine

2Department of Duck Psychoanalysis, Entenhausen, C.A.


Corresponding author: D. Duck, M.D., Ph.D., Department of Parapsychology and Neuro-Imaging, Entenhausen School of Medicine, 5th Ave., Entenhausen, C.A.., dduck@enten.de

Abstract (Goudy Old Style Bold18)

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Key Words: ducks, geese 

Acknowledgements: The study was supported by a grant of Walt Disney Industries, Entenhausen


Received: July 8, 1997 

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Brausepulver B. Psychiatry today. La Paz: Psychiatric Press 1991 

Neumann AE, Neumann BB, Neumann C. Lithium: an overview. J Irreproducible Results 1996;1:34-37 

Reinhardt DJ. Jazz therapy. In: Armstrong L, Holliday B (eds) Music therapy for psychiatric disorders. London: Acapella Press; 1991:20-40