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Evans, M.G. (1942). Applied: R. Money-Kyrle. 'The Psychology of Propaganda.' British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1941, Vol. XIX, Part I, pp. 82–94.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 23:41.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Applied: R. Money-Kyrle. 'The Psychology of Propaganda.' British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1941, Vol. XIX, Part I, pp. 82–94.

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

Applied: R. Money-Kyrle. 'The Psychology of Propaganda.' British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1941, Vol. XIX, Part I, pp. 82–94.

M. G. Evans

The subject is treated mainly in relation to German-English relationships during the last war and under the Nazis. People's general susceptibility to propaganda depends upon their degree of independence, or maturity; they are easily influenced by good parent figures and react to propaganda which corresponds with their unconscious phantasies.

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

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