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(1949). American Journal of Psychiatry. CV, 1948: Psychoses Occurring Among Psychopathic Personalities in Association with Inelastic Situations Overseas. Herbert S. Ripley and Stewart Wolf. Pp. 52–59.. Psychoanal Q., 18:261.

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Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: American Journal of Psychiatry. CV, 1948: Psychoses Occurring Among Psychopathic Personalities in Association with Inelastic Situations Overseas. Herbert S. Ripley and Stewart Wolf. Pp. 52–59.

(1949). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 18:261

American Journal of Psychiatry. CV, 1948: Psychoses Occurring Among Psychopathic Personalities in Association with Inelastic Situations Overseas. Herbert S. Ripley and Stewart Wolf. Pp. 52–59.

Psychopathic personalities appeared to be especially susceptible to the development of psychosis in the combat area of the Southwest Pacific. These psychopaths had previously utilized a wide latitude of peacetime activities as an outlet for their drives. The lack of such accustomed satisfactions, combined with the restrictions of army life, led to a feeling of being trapped, and seemed particularly favorable for the development of psychotic reactions. Suicidal tendencies were noteworthy.


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(1949). American Journal of Psychiatry. CV, 1948. Psychoanal. Q., 18:261

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