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Principles of Human Geography

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Lo, A Greater Psychologist than Freud is Now With

PSYCHO-PATHOLOGY

By EDWARD J. KEMPF, M.D.

Clinical Psychiatrist to St. Elizabeth's Hospital (formerly Government Hospital for the Insane), Washington, D. C.. author of "The Autonomic Functions and the Personality." · 762 pages + xxiii, . 634 x 9 %4, with 97 illustrations. Printed on beau tiful India tint paper, and bound in silk cloth binding, with gold stamping. Price, $9.50.

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Not since Freud startled the scientific world INCurrent Opinion” for December, André with his views upon psychology has a

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Partial Table of Contents The Physiological Foundations of the Personal- chopathology of Paranoia; The Psychopathity; The Psychology of the Family; The Uni- ology of the Acute Homosexual Panic, Acute versal Struggle for Virility, Goodness and Pernicious Dissociation Neuroses; PsychoHappiness; Influence of Organic and Func

pathology of Chronic Pernicious Dissociation tional Inferiorities upon the Personality;

of the Personality with Defensive Hatred, EcMechanistic Classification of Neuroses and

centric Paranoid Compensations and Pernicious Psychoses Produced by Distortion of Autonomic-Affective Functions; The Mechanism of

Deterioration; The Psychopathology of Chronic

Pernicious Dissociation of the Personality with the Suppression or Anxiety Neuroses; Repres

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Repressed Cravings; The Psychopathology of nomic Cravings; Benign Compensation

Chronic Pernicious Dissociation of the Person

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sideration of the Conditioned Autonomic Fulfillment in Affective Crises; Pernicious Affective Determinants of Abnormal Variations Repression Compensation Neuroses; The Psy- of Behavior; Psychotherapeutic Principles.

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