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The author states that he wrote this book "from a conviction that psychotherapy is not an art but a technical procedure based upon scientific principles." In eleven chapters he develops his hypothesis: (1) Some general principles; (2) Psychophysiological relations; (3) The symptomatology of organic disease from the point of view of psychology; (4) The symptomatology of mental suffering; (5) Symptoms which make others suffer; (6) Somatic health as an experience; (7) Psychic health as an experience; (8) Technical tools of psychotherapy; (9) The relation between physician and patient; (10) The psychotherapeutic systems; (11) The treatment of specific types of neuroses,
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Psychotherapy.. Ann Intern Med. 1938;11:2288. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-11-12-2288_1
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