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(1977). Psychosomatic Medicine (XXXVI, 1974, n° 3). Rev. fr. psychanal., 41(1-2):308-309.

(1977). Revue française de psychanalyse, 41(1-2):308-309

Psychosomatic Medicine (XXXVI, 1974, n° 3)

Brown Parlee (Mary), Stereotypic Beliefs about Menstruation: A methodological Note on the Moos Menstrual Distress. Questionnaire and some New Data (Croyances stéréotypées concernant la menstruation: Remarques méthodologiques à propos du « Questionnaire des troubles de la menstruation » de Moos et quelques résultats).

R. H. Moos, sans doute un chercheur américain, a développé il y a quelques années (1968-1969) un questionnaire pour mesurer les changements psychologiques intervenus au cours de la menstruation. Les femmes interrogées rapportent-elles leurs expériences personnelles? Notre auteur en doute.

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