• Publications
  • Influence
Psychiatry in a Troubled World. New York (Macmillan) 1948.
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PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN THE ETIOLOGY OF DIABETES
PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN THE ETIOLOGY OF DIABETES WILLIAM MENNINGER; The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease
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Psychiatric experiences in the war, 1941-1946.
  • W. C. Menninger
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The American journal of psychiatry
  • 1 March 1947
Psychiatry in the Army did a reasonably creditable job primarily because of the devotion and integrity and ability of a small group of men. It failed in a good many ways and some of these failuresExpand
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Lessons from military psychiatry for civilian psychiatry.
  • W. C. Menninger
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Bulletin of the U.S. Army Medical Department…
  • 1 October 1946
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PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF HOBBIES
In our present national emergency, healthy civilian morale is an extremely important factor in pressing our war efforts. At a time when every ounce of energy and every minute of time should beExpand
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The Mentally or Emotionally Handicapped Veteran
T HE war has brought to the attention of many Americans that the casualties of battle are not only those who have been physically wounded by shot or shell. In addition, there are those who areExpand
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Psychoanalytic observations in cardiac disorders
Abstract We have attempted to show that the emotional factors which tradition and clinical experience alike ascribe to the heart and particularly to disorders of the heart are capable of moreExpand
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