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Grotjahn, M. (1959). Personality Patterns of Psychiatrists. A Study of Methods for Selecting Residents: By Robert R. Holt, Ph.D. and Lester Luborsky, Ph.D. in collaboration with William R. Morrow, Ph.D., David Rapaport, Ph.D. and Sibylle K. Escalona, Ph.D. Foreword by Robert P. Knight, M.D. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1958. Vol. I, 386 pp., Vol. II, 400 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 28:405-407.

(1959). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 28:405-407

Personality Patterns of Psychiatrists. A Study of Methods for Selecting Residents: By Robert R. Holt, Ph.D. and Lester Luborsky, Ph.D. in collaboration with William R. Morrow, Ph.D., David Rapaport, Ph.D. and Sibylle K. Escalona, Ph.D. Foreword by Robert P. Knight, M.D. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1958. Vol. I, 386 pp., Vol. II, 400 pp.

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Martin Grotjahn

The Menninger School of Psychiatry, organized in 1945, became the largest training center for psychiatry in this country. Early in its history, the research staff of the Menninger Foundation decided to take advantage of an opportunity to study procedures for selecting residents better to predetermine their fitness for psychiatric training. The last four of ten years have been devoted to analyzing the results of the research covering the first six years.

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