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Colby, K.M. (1953). Journal of Mental Science. XCVIII, 1952: The Response of the Neurotic Personality to Abreaction. Anthony Hordern. Pp. 630-639.. Psychoanal Q., 22:465.
   
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Journal of Mental Science. XCVIII, 1952: The Response of the Neurotic Personality to Abreaction. Anthony Hordern. Pp. 630-639.

(1953). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 22:465

Journal of Mental Science. XCVIII, 1952: The Response of the Neurotic Personality to Abreaction. Anthony Hordern. Pp. 630-639.

Kenneth Mark Colby

A mixture of chloroform and ether is dropped on a towel covering the patient's face while the therapist questions him. This abreactive technique is administered as an adjunct to psychotherapy. Pathological aversions and addictions to the treatment may develop. The patients' 'discharge tension' in the six cases reported improved. 'Where hostility is swamped by dependency, only poor results can be expected.'

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Colby, K.M. (1953). Journal of Mental Science. XCVIII, 1952. Psychoanal. Q., 22:465

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