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Erickson, M.H. (1943). Clinical Notes on the Analysis of a War Neurosis: Charles Berg. Brit. J. of Med. Psychology, XIX, 1942, pp. 155–185.. Psychoanal Q., 12:606-607.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Clinical Notes on the Analysis of a War Neurosis: Charles Berg. Brit. J. of Med. Psychology, XIX, 1942, pp. 155–185.

(1943). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 12:606-607

Clinical Notes on the Analysis of a War Neurosis: Charles Berg. Brit. J. of Med. Psychology, XIX, 1942, pp. 155–185.

Milton H. Erickson

No attempt will be made to offer an abstract of this article. Rather, the reader is urged to read the article in its entirety since it presents in detail the analytical findings on a patient suffering from a war neurosis. The neurosis is

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described, the illness is traced to its early foundations, the transference resistance is reported, the positive transference relation is described, and the psychopathology is discussed—all in terms, as much as possible, of verbatim material.

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Article Citation

Erickson, M.H. (1943). Clinical Notes on the Analysis of a War Neurosis. Psychoanal. Q., 12:606-607

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