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Evans, M.G. (1942). Clinical: J. D. Sutherland. 'Three Cases of Anxiety and Failure in Examinations.' British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1941, Vol. XIX, Part I, pp. 73–81.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 23:41.
    
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Clinical: J. D. Sutherland. 'Three Cases of Anxiety and Failure in Examinations.' British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1941, Vol. XIX, Part I, pp. 73–81.

(1942). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 23:41

Clinical: J. D. Sutherland. 'Three Cases of Anxiety and Failure in Examinations.' British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1941, Vol. XIX, Part I, pp. 73–81.

M. G. Evans

The author finds in these three cases the same motives as those reported by psycho-analysts during the last ten years, namely, the renunciation of manhood, the need for punishment, and revenge upon a parent. He also discusses Stengel's view that the examination has the unconscious significance of an initiation rite.

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Evans, M.G. (1942). Clinical. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 23:41

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