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This book is written only for the psychiatric specialist, and more specifically for those working mainly with veteran or civilian traumatic neuroses.
The authors start by presenting an excellent discussion of the clinical pictures seen in both acute and chronic traumatic neuroses, and point out the true, but not too well accepted fact that a compensation factor hinders recovery. The main portion of the book is devoted to a theoretical evaluation and discussion of the data in an attempt to determine the nature of the traumatic neurosis. The authors approach this with a combination of reflexology and desexualized psychoanalysis: They
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War Stress and Neurotic Illness.. Ann Intern Med. 1947;27:1051. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-27-6-1051_2
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