VAMPIRISM: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE AND UNDERLYING PROCESS IN RELATION TO A CASE OF AUTO-VAMPIRISM

@article{Mccully1964VAMPIRISMHP,
  title={VAMPIRISM: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE AND UNDERLYING PROCESS IN RELATION TO A CASE OF AUTO-VAMPIRISM},
  author={R. Mccully},
  journal={The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease},
  year={1964},
  volume={139},
  pages={440-452}
}
  • R. Mccully
  • Published 1964
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease
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