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Ewen, S.J. (1952). Psychosomatics and Suggestion Therapy in Dentistry: By Jacob Stolzenberg, D.D.S. New York: Philosophical Library, 1950. 152 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 21:117-118.
  

(1952). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 21:117-118

Psychosomatics and Suggestion Therapy in Dentistry: By Jacob Stolzenberg, D.D.S. New York: Philosophical Library, 1950. 152 pp.

Review by:
Sol J. Ewen

There exists a great need for the translation and the implementation of psychoanalytic thought into the clinical subdivisions of medicine. The psychoanalytic orientation of the specialties would lessen the burden which psychoanalysis carries, and bring to it clinical observations which might be valuable.

Dr. Stolzenberg in this book attempts to influence the dental profession to incorporate in its didactic and clinical thinking the dynamics of psychoanalysis. Like many newcomers to the field of psychoanalysis, Dr. Stolzenberg uses many different and sometimes outmoded principles to make a point. The author quotes Ryan, who in turn quotes from Sheldon, on differences of behavior which are directly traceable to specific constitutional types.

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