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J., E. (1931). Medical Review of Reviews: Edited by Dorian Feigenbaum. (March, 1930. Austin Flint Association, Inc., New York. Price $1.25.). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 12:101-102.

(1931). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 12:101-102

Medical Review of Reviews: Edited by Dorian Feigenbaum. (March, 1930. Austin Flint Association, Inc., New York. Price $1.25.)

Review by:
E. J.

Dr. Feigenbaum has undertaken the labour of producing a special psychopathological number that runs to 242 pages. It begins with a preface from Professor Freud, who writes some caustic remarks on the reception of psycho-analysis by Americans. The rest of the contents is as follows:—

SYMPOSIUM ON NEURASTHENIA

From Beard to Freud H. A. Bunker.
Is Neurasthenia an Organic Disease? I. S. Wechsler.
Diagnostic Errors in Neurasthenia A. A. Brill.
The Hypothesis of the "Organ-Libido" O. Fenichel.
The Neurasthenic Core in Hysteria P. Federn.

SYMPOSIUM ON CHARACTER PATHOLOGY

The Freudian Ego-Theory and Character Pathology H. Schaxel.
The Neurasthenic-Hypochondriac Character P. Schilder.
The Anxiety Character E. Jones.
The Hysterical Character F. Wittels.
The Compulsive Character B. D. Lewin.
The Reactive Character A. S. Lorand.

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