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Date
1942-1946
Reference
GC/135/B.2/2
Part of
Napsbury Mental Hospital, St Albans
  • Archives and manuscripts



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Lt-Col W H Everts, Neurology in the Army, Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic Vol 8 no 5, Sep 1944

Maj W H Everts and Maj B Woodhall, The management of head and spinal cord injuries in the army, Journal of the American Medical Association Vol 126 no 3, 16 Sep 1944

Lt-Col M J Farrell and Mrs E H Ross, Military psychiatric social work, Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic Vol 8 no 5, Sep 1944

Lt Col M J Farrell, Psychiatry in training centers, Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic Vol 8 no 5, Sep 1944

Lt Col M J Farrell, Developments in military neuropsychiatry, Journal of the Iowa State Medical Society Sep 1944

Paul Federn, Some suggestions on the mental hygiene of soldiers, Mental Hygiene Vol XXVI no 4 Oct 1942

S H Foulkes, Group analysis in a military neurosis centre, The Lancet 2 Mar 1946

S W Ginsburg, The need and demand for psychiatric care among neuropsychiatric rejectees and dischargees, A preliminary report for the Committee on Psychiatric Needs in Rehabilitation (a Subcommitteee of the New York City Committee on Mental Hygiene [n.d.]

Lt-Col R R Grinker, Treatment of war neuroses, Journal of the American Medical Association Vol 126 no 3, 19 Sep 1944

Lt-Col R R Grinker and Maj J P Spiegel, Brief psychotherapy in war neuroses, Psychosomatic Medicine Vol 6 no 2 Apr 1944

Lt-Col R R Grinker and Capt J P Spiegel, War neuroses in North Africa: the Tunisian Campaign, unpublished ts

Publication/Creation

1942-1946

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1 file

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