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    • found: Work cat.: Salvayre, Lydie. Pas pleurer, 2014)
    • found: Wikipedia, July 21, 2016(Lydie Salvayre (born Lydie Arjona in 1948) is a French writer. Born in the south of France to Republican refugees from the Spanish Civil War, she went on to study medicine in Toulouse and continues to work as a practicing psychiatrist)
    • found: Former psychiatrist Lydie Salvayre wins Prix Goncourt, via The guardian online, 5 Nov. 2014, viewed on July 21, 2016(A former psychiatrist has won France's most prestigious literary prize, the Prix Goncourt, with her novel centred on the Spanish civil war. Lydie Salvayre's book Pas Pleurer (Don't Cry) saw off competition from, among others, the bestselling French author David Foenkinos, to win the coveted award.)
    • found: Éditions du Seuil website, July 21, 2015(Lydie Salvayre. After a degree in Modern Literature at the University of Toulouse, she studied medicine at the Faculté de Médecine de Toulouse, doing her residency in psychiatry. She became a child psychiatrist, and has been the Medical Director of the CMPP [Centre Médico Psycho Pédagogique] de Bagnolet for 15 years)
    • found: LCSH, July 21, 2016(Psychiatrists. UF Alienists; Psychopathologists. BT Mental health personnel. BT Physicians. RT Neurologists)
    • found: MeSH, July 21, 2016(Psychiatrists USE Psychiatry)
    • found: Art & architecture thesaurus online, July 21, 2016(psychiatrists. Physicians who specialize in the treatment of mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders, especially as originating in endogenous causes or as resulting from problematic interpersonal relationships.)
    • found: Dictionary of occupational titles, via WWW, July 21, 2016(Psychiatrist. Diagnoses and treats patients with mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders: Organizes data concerning patient's family, medical history, and onset of symptoms obtained from patient, relatives, and other sources, such as Nurse, General Duty and Social Worker, Psychiatric. Examines patient to determine general physical condition, following standard medical procedures. Orders laboratory and other special diagnostic tests and evaluates data obtained. Determines nature and extent of mental disorder, and formulates treatment program. Treats or directs treatment of patient, utilizing variety of psychotherapeutic methods and medications.)
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