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Date
1943-1945
Reference
GC/135/B.2/4
Part of
Napsbury Mental Hospital, St Albans
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W Sargant, Physical treatments of acute psychiatric states in war, War Medicine Vol 4 no 6 Dec 1943

Maj J Schreiber, Psychological training and orientation of soldiers, Mental Hygiene Vol XXVIII no 4 Oct 1944

Maj J Schreiber, Neuropsychiatric clinic and mental hygiene unit headquarters Anti-Aircraft Replacement Training Centre, Camp Callan California, 30 Jun 1943

Surg-Lt P D Scott and Surg-Lt-Cdr P Mallinson, Hysterical sequelae of injuries, British Medical Journal 1 Apr 1944

Lt-Col M A Seidenfeld, The clinical psychological program of the army, Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic Vol 8 no 5 Sep 1944

Capt J G Sheps, A psychiatric study of successful soldiers, Journal of the American Medical Association Vol 126 no 5 30 Sep 1944

Lt R Sobel, "Exhaustion" in an infantry division, Medical Bulletin, includes

Maj L L Tureen, Psychiatric complications in convalescent patients, and

Maj B Boshes, Battle neurosis: electric shock treatment of refractory cases in the theatre of operations

Lt-Cdr F C Southworth, jr, Lt L D Boshes, Lt-Col R J Lewinski, Neuropsychiatry at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center, Diseases of the Nervous System Vol VI no 1 Jun 1945

Capt H X Spiegel, Psychiatric observations in the Tunisian campaign, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry Vol XIV no 3 1944

Lt-Cdr G Tooth, Nervous breakdown in the navy: domestic difficulties as a causal factor, British Medical Journal 11 Mar 1944

Lt-Col A Torrie, The return of Odysseus: the problem of marital infidelity for the repatriate, British Medical Journal 11 Aug 1945

Return from Stalag, British Medical Journal 16 Jun 1945

[US Army], Malaria Report 197: The author's summary of a report on the psychoses associated with atabrine therapy in an overseas hospital, Capt H S Gaskill, and Lt-Col T Fitz-Hugh jr, 2 Feb 1944

[U S Army: by an American army psychiatrist in Italy], The battle neurosis, unpublished ts [n.d.]

[US Army], Lecture outlines for officers on personnel adjustment problems, War Department Technical Bulletin TB MED 12 22 Feb 1944

[US Army] Capt H X Spiegel, Psychiatric observations of an infantry medical officer in the Tunisian campaign, Orientation and Education Department, School of Special and Morale Services, Army Service Forces, Lexington VA 16 Jun 1944

[US Army] M Slingsby, Case work in a military setting, Bulletin of the American Association of Medical Social Workers Vol 16 no 6 Sep 1943

W C Wilson, State of men severely wounded in battle, The Lancet 6 May 1944

Maj E Wittkower and R C Davenport, The war blinded: their emotional, social and occupational situation, Directorate of Army Psychiatry Research Memorandum 4/24 Sep 1945

Maj E D Wittkower and Capt J Cowan, Some psychological aspects of sexual promiscuity: summary of an investigation, duplicated ts [n.d.]

Lt-Cdr M A Zeligs, War neurosis: psychiatric experiences and management on a Pacific island, War Medicine Vol 6 Sep 1944 (reprinted with some additions)

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1943-1945

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