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Evans, M.G. (1942). Clinical: W. S. Inman. 'The Couvade in Modern England.' British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1941, Vol. XIX, Part I, pp. 37–55.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 23:40.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Clinical: W. S. Inman. 'The Couvade in Modern England.' British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1941, Vol. XIX, Part I, pp. 37–55.

(1942). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 23:40

Clinical: W. S. Inman. 'The Couvade in Modern England.' British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1941, Vol. XIX, Part I, pp. 37–55.

M. G. Evans

This is an attempt to prove a close temporal relationship between various eye affections (mainly styes and tarsal cysts) and unconscious birth phantasies, the precipitating factor for the outbreak of the illness being traced to special interest in an important birth in the patients' affective circle.

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Evans, M.G. (1942). Clinical. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 23:40

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