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NORBERT BROMBERG M. C. (S), U. S. N. R. 1. The failure of agreement on several aspects of the emotional disturbances of war is cited and some factors considered responsible for this impasse are listed and examined. 2. The rôle of violent stimuli of war conditions on the nervous system is...
WILLIAM ROTTERSMAN M. D. The incidence was given of complaints among certain groups of selectees as ascertained by the use of a psychiatric questionnaire. A number of observations were made as to the significance of these complaints and their evaluation by the psychiatrist at an induction...
JEROME D. FRANK 1 1 Medical Corps, Army of the United States 1. A group of non-commissioned officers of rank technician fourth grade or higher hospitalized for psychiatric disorder, compared to a group of controls of similar rank, showed a greater frequency of family history of neurosis and...
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