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Eissler, K.R. (1945). The Chronic Alcoholic as a Neurotic and a Dreamer: Ben. Karpman. J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCIV, 1941, pp. 17–40.. Psychoanal Q., 14:140.
    
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(1945). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 14:140

The Chronic Alcoholic as a Neurotic and a Dreamer: Ben. Karpman. J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., XCIV, 1941, pp. 17–40.

Kurt R. Eissler

The general problem of alcoholism is presented. The attitude of the internist and the psychiatrist are described. The author agrees with those who consider alcoholism as a surface phenomenon covering a complicated neurosis. The history of a twenty-eight-year-old man suffering from alcoholism is presented. Special emphasis is laid on the patient's dream life which is reported in detail.

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Eissler, K.R. (1945). The Chronic Alcoholic as a Neurotic and a Dreamer. Psychoanal. Q., 14:140

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