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Lt-Cdr H Hamlin, Experience with brain injuries in the Pacific, United States Naval Medical Bulletin Vol XLII no 4 Apr 1944

Lt-Cdr W A Hunt and Lt H J Older, Detection of malingering through psychometric tests, United States Naval Medical Bulletin Vol XLI no 5 Sep 1943

Capt J Kepecs, Neurotic reactions in parachutists, The Psychoanalytic Quarterly Vol XIII no 3 Jul 1944

R P Knight, The treatment of the psychoneuroses of war, Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic Vol 7 no 4 Jul 1943

S H Kraines, The adviser system - prophylactic psychiatry on a mass scale, National Committee for Mental Hygiene, New York [n.d.]

L S Kubie, Manual of emergency treatment for acute war neuroses, War Medicine Vol 4 Dec 1943, National Committee for Mental Hygiene, New York [n.d.]

E E Krapf, War-time psychiatry in Britain, Britannica: the magazine of the British Society in the Argentine Republic Vol XXXI nos 4 & 5, Buenos Aires 1944

Psychiatric casualties in battle, The Lancet, 15 Apr 1944

Lt A H Leighton, A working concept of morale for flight surgeons, The Military Surgeon Vol 92 no 6 Jun 1943

M Y Maskin and L L Altman, Military psychodyamics: psychological factors in the transition from civilian to soldier, Psychiatry Vol 6 no 3 Aug 1943

Col W C Menninger, Administrative aspects of neuropsychiatry in the army, Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic Vol 8 no 5, Sep 1944

W C Menninger, Psychiatry and the army, Psychiatry: journal of the biology and pathology of interpersonal relations Vol 7 no 2 May 1944

MRC War Memorandum no 7: Aids to the investigation of peripheral nerve injuries, HMSO 1943

Lt-Col J M Murray, Some special aspects of psychotherapy in the army air forces, Psychosomatic Medicine Vol 6 no 2 Apr 1944

Maj P H Newman, The prisoner-of-war mentality: its effect after repatriation, British Medical Journal 1 Jan 1944

Lt-Col H Palmer, Military psychiatric casualties: experience with 12,000 cases, The Lancet Dec 1945

Maj S Paster, Group psychotherapy in an army general hospital, Mental Hygiene Vol XXVIII no 4 Oct 1944

Maj G C Pether, The returned prisoner-of-war, The Lancet 5 May 1945

[Capt O M Plotkin], Report and observations of a neuropsychiatrist attached to an infantry regiment, unpublished ts 8 Jun 1943

Maj R A C Radcliffe, The ex-service man in industry, Industrial Welfare and Personnel Management Vol XXV no 289, Jul-Aug 1943

Brig J R Rees, Three years of military psychiatry in the United Kingdom, British Medical Journal 2 Jan 1943

Capt W Rottersman, The guardhouse inmate, with a brief discussion of the "psychopathic personality", War Medicine Vo 5 no 5 May 1944

Lt H P Rome, The role of sedation in military medicine, United States Naval Medical Bulletin Vol XLII no 3 Mar 1944

Royal Society of Medicine: section of Psychiatry, Morale, The Lancet 20 May 1944, distributed through National Committee for Mental Health, New York

Capt R F Rushmer and Capt D D Bond, The hyperventilation syndrome in flying personnel, War Medicine Vol 5 no 5 May 1944



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