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J., E. (1928). Psychogenese Und Psychotherapie Körperlicher Symptome: By R. Allers, Vienna; L. Braun, Vienna; R. Heyer, Münich; Th. Hoepfner, Cassel; A. Mayer, Tübingen; C. Popotzky, Berlin; P. Schilder, Vienna; O. Schwarz, Vienna; J. Strandberg, Stockholm. Edited by Oswald Schwarz. (Verlag Julius Springer, Vienna, 1925. Pp. 481. Price, unbound, 45.90 Sch., bound 48.50 Sch.). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 9:499-500.

(1928). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 9:499-500

Psychogenese Und Psychotherapie Körperlicher Symptome: By R. Allers, Vienna; L. Braun, Vienna; R. Heyer, Münich; Th. Hoepfner, Cassel; A. Mayer, Tübingen; C. Popotzky, Berlin; P. Schilder, Vienna; O. Schwarz, Vienna; J. Strandberg, Stockholm. Edited by Oswald Schwarz. (Verlag Julius Springer, Vienna, 1925. Pp. 481. Price, unbound, 45.90 Sch., bound 48.50 Sch.)

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E. J.

This massive volume brings home to one again the much higher standard of psychopathology in Germany as compared with England or America. The different chapters are written with a fulness of knowledge and a wealth of detail that is rarely found in any of our text-books on the subject. The book itself is divided into the following sections: Part I, Evolution, Formation and Resolution of the Body-Mind Problems in Medicine: (1) The Problem of the Orgasm; (2) The Body-Mind Problem from the Standpoint of Philosophy and the Psychology of Natural Science; (3) The Individual Constitution as the Basis of Nervous Disorder; (4) Conception and Method of Interpretation. Part II, Special Pathology of the Psychogenetic Symptoms: (1) Outline of the Psychogenetic Disorders of Speech; (2) Psychogenetic Disorders of the Action of the Heart; (3) On Bronchial Asthma and Psychogenetic Disorders of Respiration; (4) Psychogenetic Disorders of the Functions of the Digestive Tract; (5) The Mind and Skin Diseases; (6) Psychogenetic Disorders of Micturition; (7) Psychogenetic Disorders of the Female Sexual Functions; (8) Psychogenetic Disorders of the Male Sexual Functions (Psychogenetic Impotence); (9) Psychogenesis and Psychotherapy of Organic Symptoms in Children. Part III, Psychotherapy.

Psycho-analysis receives a respectful and fairly adequate notice in the different sections. Stress is laid throughout on the fact of its being the only biological theory in psychopathology.

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