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Money-Kyrle, R. (1934). Applied: R. Money-Kyrle. 'A Psycho-analytic Study of the Voices of Joan of Arc.' British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1933, Vol. XIII, pp. 63–81.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 15:82.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Applied: R. Money-Kyrle. 'A Psycho-analytic Study of the Voices of Joan of Arc.' British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1933, Vol. XIII, pp. 63–81.

(1934). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 15:82

Applied: R. Money-Kyrle. 'A Psycho-analytic Study of the Voices of Joan of Arc.' British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1933, Vol. XIII, pp. 63–81.

R. Money-Kyrle

Money-Kyrle distinguishes four characteristics of Joan's voices (they told her to be good, imposed a task of restitution, promised comfort, and drove her to her doom) and attempts to correlate them with four aspects of the super-ego. In the last section he suggests that the hallucinatory intensity of the apparitions which accompanied the voices may have been due to their association with a 'primal scene'.


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Money-Kyrle, R. (1934). Applied. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 15:82

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