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Service Psychiatry Monographs 47-69

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47) Lt-Col S A MacKeith, Some comments on the VD problem in an expeditionary force, 1944

48) Lt-Col W C Menninger, Psychiatric problems in Army hospitals (Extract), 1943

49) L Farago (ed), German psychological warfare: survey and bibliography, 1941

50) Maj S H Foulkes, A memorandum on group therapy, 1945

51) W/cdr R Ironside and F-Lt I R C Batchelor, The ocular manifestations of hysteria in relation to flying, [n.d., c. 1944]

52) W R D Fairbairn, The war neuroses: their nature and significance, from the British Medical Journal, 13 Feb 1943

53) W Sargant, Physical treatment of acute war neuroses: some clinical observations, extract from the British Medical Journal, 14 Nov and 5 Dec 1942

54) Capt Dr Driest, The place of psychology within the framework of military welfare (translation), 1943

55) Interim report on follow-up of "annexure" cases, [n.d., c. 1941/2]

56) The form of responses in a word association test - comparison of good and bad officer candidates and existing officers, 1943 |

57) Psychiatrist's part in selection in the Army, 1944

58) Maj R L Swank, The technique of rehabilitation of combat exhaustion states as employed at the Fifth General Hospital, US Army, paper presented at the Royal Society of Medicine, 27 Nov 1943

59) Memorandum on the types of patients who, from the experience gained during the first year, appear to benefit from the after-care scheme, 1945

60) Maj J C Fenton, with the collaboration of Maj J D Fraser and Capt A D F O'Neill, Report on 103 soldiers examined under sentence at no 3 military prison, 1944

61) Maj T A Munro, Report to the War Office on the psychiatric examination of 87 soldiers under sentence for absence prior to embarkation, 1944

62) The role and status of the psychiatrist in the War Office Selection Boards, 1943

63) A preliminary note on the predictive psychiatric grading of volunteers for parachute training, 1943

64) The treatment and disposal of psychiatric cases in the Army, 1944

65) A Gregg, What is psychiatry, address by Director of Medical Services of the Rockefeller Foundation, to the Trustees of the Foundation, 2 Dec 1941

66) Brig G W B James, "The New Lot": a military mental hygiene film for recruits, [n.d.]

67) Army Medical Directorate Bulletin no 5, Aug 1941 - marginal marks beside 'Army Crime and the Medical Officer' and 'Courts-Martial and the Medical Officer'

[68) missing]

69) Capt W J Gray, Memorandum on the rehabilitation of psychiatric patients at the reallocation centre (all arms) CMF, 1944



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