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Rosen, S.R. Appel, J. (1952). A Speculation on the Psychodynamics of Certain Psychosomatic Disorders. Psychoanal. Rev., 39(4):322-328.
  

(1952). Psychoanalytic Review, 39(4):322-328

A Speculation on the Psychodynamics of Certain Psychosomatic Disorders

Samuel Richard Rosen, M.D. and Jesse Appel, M.D.

NOTE:—The authors wish to thank the Hogarth Press Ltd., of London, England, for permission to use the quotations from the “Collected Papers” of Sigmund Freud, as indicated in the bibliography.

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