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Weinshel, E. (1956). Psychosomatic Medicine. XVI, 1954: Effects of Cortisone on Psychiatric Patients. J. Chance, E. Lotsof, I. Pine, R. M. Patterson, J. Craig. Pp. 516-525.. Psychoanal Q., 25:451.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychosomatic Medicine. XVI, 1954: Effects of Cortisone on Psychiatric Patients. J. Chance, E. Lotsof, I. Pine, R. M. Patterson, J. Craig. Pp. 516-525.

(1956). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 25:451

Psychosomatic Medicine. XVI, 1954: Effects of Cortisone on Psychiatric Patients. J. Chance, E. Lotsof, I. Pine, R. M. Patterson, J. Craig. Pp. 516-525.

Edward Weinshel

Eight physically healthy psychiatric patients were given cortisone orally and their clinical behavior and performance of psychological tests were compared to a similar group of patients to whom placebos were administered. Differences between the two groups in the test results were minimal; the differences perceived by clinical judgment were slightly more marked. 'Behavioral changes following the administration of cortisone do not occur in easily detectable form nor in a manner which is uniform from individual to individual.'

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Weinshel, E. (1956). Psychosomatic Medicine. XVI, 1954. Psychoanal. Q., 25:451

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