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Las investigaciones de W.H. Gantt y H.S. Liddell acerca de las neurosis experimentales y su importancia para la psiquiatría norteamericana (1930-1950)

  title={Las investigaciones de W.H. Gantt y H.S. Liddell acerca de las neurosis experimentales y su importancia para la psiquiatr{\'i}a norteamericana (1930-1950)},
  author={Natividad S{\'a}nchez and Gabriel Ruiz Ortiz},
Departing from the pioneering studies of M. N. Erofeeva and N. R. Shenger-Krestovnikova in I. P. Pavlov’s Laboratory at Leningrad, animal studies on experimental neurosis encouraged a great deal of interest during the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s in the U.S. Although these studies were mainly carried out with animals, their fi ndings were interpreted as having broad signifi cance for human psychopathology, a fitraditionally dominated by phenomenological and psychoanalytical approaches. In this paper… 
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