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Service Psychiatry Monographs 24-46

Date
1942-1945
Reference
GC/135/B.1/2
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Napsbury Mental Hospital, St Albans
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24) Technical Memorandum (CDC) No 1: Leaderless Group Tests, 1942

25) Maj John Rickman (ed), A symposium on the psychiatric interview in officer selection, 1944

26) An experimental forward psychiatric unit, 1943

27) Capts Millar and Brown, Recent modifications of the administration and function of the Re-Allocation Centre (All Arms) CMF, 1944

28) The Consulting Psychiatrist to the Army[J R Rees], Report to the Director-General of Army Medical Services on tour to Malta, Paiforce, India, ALFSEA, MEF and CMF (December 1944-Mary 1945), 1945

29) The Consulting Psychiatrist to the Army[ J R Rees], Report and comments on liaison visit to US Army and the Canadian Army, October 28th December 9th, 1944

30) Director of Army Psychiatry [Brig H A Sandiford], Report on Visit to CMF, 1944

31) The Consulting Psychiatrist to the Army[ J R Rees], Report on a visit to the overseas forces in Gibraltar, North Africa and Middle East, May 25th-June 29th 1943

32) Lt-Col A T McBeth Wilson, Problems of repatriated prisoners of war, [n.d.]

33) Maj H A Palmer, The problem of the P& N [Psychotic and Neurotic] casualty - a study of 12,000 cases', [n.d.]

34) Lt-Col H V Dicks, An appreciation of some psychological and medical aspects of post-invasion duties, 1943

35) Psychiatric statistics BAF & CMF, 1943 January-June

36) W R Bion and J Rickman, Intra-group tensions in therapy: their study as the task of the group (published in The Lancet, 27 Nov 1943)

37) Maj E Wittkower and Capt J Cowan, with the assistance of Lt D C T Sullivan, Summary of report to the Director of Army Psychiatry on some aspects of the VD problem in the British Army, 1944

38) Report of an inquiry into mental strain and fatigue among special operators (wireless) ATS, 1943

39) Lt-Col A T M Wilson, Report to the War Office on psychological aspects of the rehabilitation of repatriated prisoners of war, 1944

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

41) A preventable type of mental illness in the American Expeditionary Force [n.d.]

42) John Steinbeck, Despatch to New York Tribune, 1943

43) Report of a conference on psychiatry in forward areas (held at Calcutta Aug 8-10 1944)

44) Neurotic casualties in battle, [n.d.]

45) Lt-Col S A MacKeith, Report on principles of policy in handling psychiatric casualities in an expeditionary force, 1944

46) R Rodd, Notes on the handling of displaced persons, [n.d.]

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1942-1945

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