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Ross, N. (1949). Teaching Psychotherapeutic Medicine. An Experimental Course for General Physicians.: Given by Walter Bauer, M.D., Douglas D. Bond, M.D., Henry W. Brosin, M.D., Donald W. Hastings, M.D., M. Ralph Kaufman, M.D., John M. Murray, M.D., Thomas A. C. Rennie, M.D., John Romano, M.D., and Harold G. Wolff, M.D. Edited by Helen Leland Witmer, Ph.D. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1947. 449 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 18:378-380.

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(1949). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 18:378-380

Teaching Psychotherapeutic Medicine. An Experimental Course for General Physicians.: Given by Walter Bauer, M.D., Douglas D. Bond, M.D., Henry W. Brosin, M.D., Donald W. Hastings, M.D., M. Ralph Kaufman, M.D., John M. Murray, M.D., Thomas A. C. Rennie, M.D., John Romano, M.D., and Harold G. Wolff, M.D. Edited by Helen Leland Witmer, Ph.D. New York: The Commonwealth Fund, 1947. 449 pp.

Nathaniel Ross Author Information

Few teachers of psychoanalysis have not at times despaired of communicating the complexities of their discipline, and the more conservative have insisted on containing their pedagogical efforts within strict bounds. There is a great, and indeed to some extent justifiable, fear of dilution and distortion, particularly in the matter of teaching psychodynamics to general physicians. Nevertheless, there is a great hunger for such learning. We cannot complain of the obtuseness of the medical public if we do not make earnest efforts to develop adequate methods of teaching dynamic psychiatry

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