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July 14, 1928

Sexual Apathy and Coldness in Women.

JAMA. 1928;91(2):118. doi:10.1001/jama.1928.02700020052033

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Abstract

The works of Professor Gallichan in the field of physiology have long had recognition for their soundness. The present volume lists current conceptions, calls just sufficiently on psychoanalysis, recognizing that there are far more psychologic than physical causes for the conditions concerned, and rightly enough places at least half the responsibility on the male. Gallichan is familiar not only with the scientific literature on the subject but also with the discussions made by novelists who have had psychologic insight. He recognizes the need of further study in this field, and looks forward to the time when at least as much attention will be paid to the problems of sex as are paid to the question of nutrition.

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