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Wilson, G.W. (1959). Discussion of a Dream Pair Reported by a Patient with Early Essential Hypertension. Psychoanal Q., 28:183-188. […]
Wilson, G.W. (1948). A Further Contribution to the Study of Olfactory Repression with Particular Reference to Transvestitism. Psychoanal Q., 17:322-339. […]
Alexander, F. Wilson, G.W. (1935). Quantitative Dream Studies—A Methodological Attempt at a Quantitative Evaluation of Psychoanalytic Material. Psychoanal Q., 4:371-407. […]
Wilson, G.W. (1938). The Transition from Organ Neurosis to Conversion Hysteria. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 19:23-40. […]
Wilson, G.W. (1959). On the Significance of Psychic Factors in the Development of Peptic Ulcer: By Willy Højer-Pedersen. Copenhagen: Ejnar Munksgaard, 1958. 232 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 28:93-96. […]
Wilson, G.W. (1935). The Analysis of a Transitory Conversion Symptom Simulating Pertussis. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 16:474-480. […]
Wilson, G.W. (1940). John Wilkes Booth: Father Murderer. Am. Imago, 1C(3):49-60. […]
Wilson, G.W. (1940). A Prophetic Dream Reported by Abraham Lincoln. Am. Imago, 1C(3):42-48. […]
Wilson, G.W. (1938). The Red-Headed Man. Psychoanal. Rev., 25(2):165-169. […]
Wilson, G.W. (1934). Report of a Case of Acute Laryngitis Occurring as a Conversion Symptom During Analysis. Psychoanal. Rev., 21(4):408-414. […]
Wilson, G.W. (1959). Discussion. Psychoanal. Rev., 46D(4):74-76. […]
Wilson, G.W. (1934). III. Typical Personality Trends and Conflicts in Cases of Spastic Colitis. Psychoanal Q., 3:558-573. […]
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