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Riggall, R.M. (1924). Clinical: Gerald H. Fitzgerald. Some Aspects of the War Neurosis. Brit. Journal of Medical Psychology, 1922, Vol. II, p. 109.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:209-209.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Clinical: Gerald H. Fitzgerald. Some Aspects of the War Neurosis. Brit. Journal of Medical Psychology, 1922, Vol. II, p. 109.

(1924). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 5:209-209

Clinical: Gerald H. Fitzgerald. Some Aspects of the War Neurosis. Brit. Journal of Medical Psychology, 1922, Vol. II, p. 109.

Robert M. Riggall

This is a paper based on Freud's Jenseits des Lustprinzips. Cases of traumatic neurosis in which the pre-war psychoneurosis was negligible or obscure regress to an infantile condition and the narcissistic sense of injury and injustice is accounted for by this factor. Recurring war dreams almost exactly reproducing the trauma show the regressive motive and may occur after abreaction of the original affect. The dominance of the pleasure principle is mastered by the repetition compulsion. Anxiety dreams are attempts at cure in that the Angst is produced to overcome the original shock.

It is to be regretted that the author of this paper has failed to make suitable acknowledgment to the source of his information.

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Article Citation

Riggall, R.M. (1924). Clinical. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:209-209

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