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October 1919

STATUS LYMPHATICUS: ITS OCCURRENCE AND SIGNIFICANCE IN WAR NEUROSES

Arch NeurPsych. 1919;2(4):414-418. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1919.02180100047005
Abstract

In the study of the psychoses, perhaps most particularly in the study of dementia praecox, the investigation of the makeup of the individual has meant great progress both as regards broad lines of diagnosis and sympathetic understanding of individual cases. These studies of makeup can be said to be preponderately along psychic lines. They are actually personality studies, and as such sometimes include a general survey of physical factors. However, it is fair to say that usually the psychic tendencies are studied without even a recording of the physical traits to be correlated with them. Considerations of this sort regarding a recognized advance in the study of a psychotic type, contemporaneous with meeting for the first time in fairly large numbers cases of war neurosis, led the writer to study makeup in connection with the occurrence of the war neurosis. However, the study of the personality in these cases was

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