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Evans, M.G. (1939). Applied: Karl A. Menninger. 'Criminal Behaviour as a Form of Masked Self-Destructiveness.' Bulletin of Menninger Clinic, 1938, Vol. II, pp. 1–7.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 20:194-195.
    
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Applied: Karl A. Menninger. 'Criminal Behaviour as a Form of Masked Self-Destructiveness.' Bulletin of Menninger Clinic, 1938, Vol. II, pp. 1–7.

(1939). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 20:194-195

Applied: Karl A. Menninger. 'Criminal Behaviour as a Form of Masked Self-Destructiveness.' Bulletin of Menninger Clinic, 1938, Vol. II, pp. 1–7.

M. G. Evans

This is a chapter from the author's book, Man Against Himself (Harcourt

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Brace & Co., February, 1938). The criminals who get caught are the neurotic criminals, and those of them who have been studied psychoanalytically shew the same general formula as for other methods of self-destruction. Brief reference is made to a manuscript written to a criminal in Kansas, whose wish to be executed was strong enough to overcome a long existing law and sentiment against capital punishment.

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Evans, M.G. (1939). Applied. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 20:194-195

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