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Grotjahn, M. (1942). Psycho-Dynamics of Chewing: H. L. Hollingworth. New York: Arch. of Psychology, No. 239, July 1939.. Psychoanal Q., 11:144-144.
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(1942). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 11:144-144

Psycho-Dynamics of Chewing: H. L. Hollingworth. New York: Arch. of Psychology, No. 239, July 1939.

Martin Grotjahn

The process of chewing is carefully studied in its relation to pulse rate, metabolism, mastication and muscular tension; to strain and relaxation, writing pressure, speed and accuracy of typing, and output of routine work. The author's conclusion (p. 90) is that chewing serves as a means of reducing tension, and to some degree redintegrates the relaxation of mealtime. The remaining parts of the picture follow from this redintegrated posture of relaxation.


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Grotjahn, M. (1942). Psycho-Dynamics of Chewing. Psychoanal. Q., 11:144-144

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