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Eissler, K. (1941). Vigilance and the Vitalistic Hypothesis: Smith Ely Jelliffe. J. of Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCII, 1940, pp. 471–488.. Psychoanal Q., 10:688.
   
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(1941). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 10:688

Vigilance and the Vitalistic Hypothesis: Smith Ely Jelliffe. J. of Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCII, 1940, pp. 471–488.

K. Eissler

The author's paper is based on an impromptu discussion before the New York Psychiatric Society ten years ago. The paper presents a comprehensive discussion of the basic problems of psychiatry today and in the recent past, with special reference to the motor behavior of postencephalitic patients. The discussion, written in the author's well-known inspiring style, constitutes an important contribution to psychiatric methodology.

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Eissler, K. (1941). Vigilance and the Vitalistic Hypothesis. Psychoanal. Q., 10:688

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