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Bonnie Evans

these diverse domains of human knowledge should not be underestimated. Notes 1 Department for Education, Statistics (2016), online: www.gov.uk/government/statistics/special-educational-needs-in-england-january-2016 . Statistics (2015), online: www.gov.uk/government/statistics/special-educational-needs-in-england-january-2015

in The metamorphosis of autism
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The ‘pathology’ of childhood in late nineteenth-century London
Steven Taylor

. 64 CS, Casefiles, CF004828/1–3, Frederick F. 65 UK Government Statistics, Children Looked After in England , SFR41/2016, available at www.gov.uk/government/statistics/children-looked-after-in-england-including-adoption-2015-to-2016 .

in Progress and pathology
Joris Vandendriessche

Geschiedenis, 16 (1985), 213–42. 110 On the development of governmental statistics in Belgium: N. Bracke, Een monument voor het land: Overheidsstatistieken in België, 1795–1870 (Gent: Academia Press, 2003). In 1844, the Society of Medical and Natural Sciences of Brussels decided to exchange its Journal with the Bulletin de la commission centrale de statistique. In the same year, the society received the Statistique de la Belgique: Mouvement de l’état civil pendant l’année 1841, published by the Ministry of Internal Affairs: ‘Séance du 8 janvier 1844,’ JMCP, 2 (1844), 91

in Medical societies and scientific culture in nineteenth-century Belgium