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(1949). Psychosomatic Medicine. X, 1948: Personality Factors in Allergic Nasal Disorders as Determined by Analysis of Recorded History Interviews. John H. Mitchell, Charles A. Curran and Ruth N. Myers. Pp. 357–360.. Psychoanal Q., 18:534-535.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychosomatic Medicine. X, 1948: Personality Factors in Allergic Nasal Disorders as Determined by Analysis of Recorded History Interviews. John H. Mitchell, Charles A. Curran and Ruth N. Myers. Pp. 357–360.

(1949). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 18:534-535

Psychosomatic Medicine. X, 1948: Personality Factors in Allergic Nasal Disorders as Determined by Analysis of Recorded History Interviews. John H. Mitchell, Charles A. Curran and Ruth N. Myers. Pp. 357–360.

The authors studied and compared verbatim half-hour recorded initial history interviews from twelve patients with perennial vasomotor rhinitis (skin

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test negative) and twelve patients with allergic rhinitis (skin test positive). The histories were obtained by the Rogerian nondirective method. Strong negative emotional attitudes occurred with six times the frequency in the vasomotor as in the allergic group; the former also showed multiple additional complaints three times as frequently as the allergic group. The value of the psychologic approach and the nondirective, patient-centered technique is stressed.

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Article Citation

(1949). Psychosomatic Medicine. X, 1948. Psychoanal. Q., 18:534-535

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