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Case Studies

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Van der Hart, O., Lierens, R., & Goodwin, J. (1997). Jeanne Fery: A sixteenth century case of dissociative identity disorder. Journal of Pyschohistory, 24, 18-35.

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Traumatic amnesia and dissociation in World Wars I & II

Brown, P., Van der Hart, O., & Graafland, M. (1999). Trauma-induced dissociative amnesia in World War I combat soldiers. II. Treatment dimensions. Austalian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 33, 392-398.

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Van der Hart, O., Brown, P., & Graafland, M. (1999). Trauma-induced dissociative amnesia in World War I combat soldiers. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 33, 37-46.

Bellamy, W. A. (1944). Statistical analysis of traumatic war neurosis in merchant seamen. American Journal of Psychiatry, 100, 114-119. D. A., & Fenton, M. D. (1920). Amnesia in war cases. American Journal of Insanity, 70, 437-448.

Bickel, H. (1918). Über die Kriegsneurosen, ihre Entstehung und die Erforge ihrer Behandlung: Zur Auffassung der Hysterie als "Affektneurose". Monatsschrift für Psychiatrie und Neurologie, 44, 189-218.

Brown, W. (1918). The treatment of cases of shell shock in an advanced neurological center. Lancet, 17, 197-200.

Brown, W. (1919). Hypnosis, suggestion, and dissociation. The British Medical Journal, June 14, 734-736.

Brown, W. (1919). War neuroses: A comparison of early cases seen in the field with those seen at the base. The Lancet, May 17, 833-836.

Brown, W. (1920/21). The revival of emotional memories and its therapeutic value. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1, 30-33.

Dumas, G. (1919). Troubles mentaux et troubles nerveux de guerre. Paris: Félix Alcan.

Eder, M. S. (1917). War-shock: the psychonueroses in war: psychology and treatment. London: William-Heinemann.

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Ferenczi, S. (1919). Die Psychoanalyse der Kriegsneurosen. In S. Freud & et al (Eds.), Zur Psychoanalyse der Kriegsneurosen (pp. 9-30). Leipzig and Vienna: Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag.

Ferenczi, S. (1919). Über zwei Typen der Kriegshysterie. In S. Ferenczi (Ed.), Hysterie und Pathoneurosen (pp. 59-78). Leipzig and Vienna: Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag.

Feudtner, C. (1993). "Minds the dead have ravished": Shell shock, history, and the ecology of disease-systems. History of Science, 31, 377-420.

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Fisher C: Amnesic states in war neurosis: The psychogenesis of fugue. Psychoanalytic Q 14:437-468, 1945.

Fisher C, Joseph ED: Fugue with awareness of loss of personal identity. Psychoanalytic Q 18:480-493, 1949.

Gaup, R. (1915). Hysterie und Kriegsdienst. Münchener medizinische Wochenschrift, 62, 361-363.

Gaup, R. (1916). Gaup, R. (1916). Kriegsneurosen. Zeitschrift für die gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie, 34, 357-390.

Grinker RR, Spiegel JP (1945) Men Under Stress. Philadelphia: Blakiston.

Henderson JL, Moore, M: The psychoneuroses of war. N Engl J Med, 1944; 230 273-279

Kardiner A: The Traumatic Neuroses of War. New York: Hoeber, 1941.

Kardiner A, Spiegel H: War, Stress, and Neurotic Illness. New York: Hoeber, 1947.

Kutzinski, A. (1918). Klinisches und Theoretisches zur sog. Kriegsneurose. Monatsschrift für Psychiatrie und Neurologie, 44, 343-368.

Lépine, J. (1917). Troubles mentaux de guerre. Paris: Masson & Cie.

Léri, A. (1918). Commotions et émotions de guerre. Paris: Masson & Cie.

Liebermeister, G. (1917). Über die Behandlung von Kriegsneurosen. Halle a. S.: Carl Marhold.

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McDougall, W. (1920). Summary. In H. C. Miller (Ed.), Functional nerve disease: An epitome of war experience for the practitioner (pp. 181-198). London: Oxford University Press.

McDougall, W. (1926). An outline of abnormal psychology. London: Methuen.

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Mott, F. W. (1917). Special discussion on shell shock without visible signs of injury. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine; Section of Neurology and Psychiatry, 9, 1-44.

Mott, F. W. (1919). War neuroses and shell shock. London: Henry Frowde, Hodder & Stoughton.

Myers, C. S. (1915). A contribution to the study of shell shock: Being an account of three cases of loss of memory, vision, smell, and taste, admitted into the Duchess of Westminster's War Hospital, Le Touquet. The Lancet, Febraury 13, 316-320.

Myers, C. S. (1916). Contributions ot the study of war shock: An account of certain cases treated by hypnosis. Lancet, 192, 65-68.

Myers, C. S. (1916a). Contributions to the study of shell shock. The Lancet, March 18, 608-613.

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Myers, C. S. (1920/21). The revival of emotional memories and its therapeutic value. II. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1, 20-22.

Myers, C. S. (1940). Shell shock in France 1914-1918. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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Van der Hart, O., Van Dijke, A., Van Son, M., & Steele, K. (2000). Somatoform dissociation in traumatized World War I combat soldiers:A neglected clinical heritage. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 1 (4), xx-xx

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Historical articles or books discussing traumatic amnesia and dissociation

Abeles M, Schilder P (1935). Psychogenic loss of personal identity. Arch Neurol Psychiatry 34:587-604. Babinski, J. (1901). Définition de l'hystérie. Revue Neurologique, 9, 1074-1080.

Babinski, J., & Froment, J. (1918). Hystérie-pithiatisme et troubles nerveux d'ordre réflexe en neurologie de guerre. Paris: Masson & Cie.

Brown, P., & Van der Hart, O. (1998). Memories of sexual abuse: Janet's critique of Freud, a balance approach. Psychological Reports, 82, 1027-1043.

Charcot, J. M. (1887). Clinical lectures on diseases of the nervous system. London: New Syndenham Society.

Charcot, J. M. (1887). Leçons sur les maladies du système nerveux faites à la Salpétrière (Vol. 3). Paris: Progrés Médical en A. Delahaye and E.Lecrosnie.

Charcot, J. M. (1889). Clinical lectures on diseases of the nervous system delivered at the infirmary of la Salpetriere (Th. Saville, Trans.) (Vol. 3). London: The New Sydenham Society. (Reprint: Routledge, London, 1991).

Crocq, L., & De Verbizier, J. (1988). Le traumatisme pychologique dans l'ouevre de Pierre Janet. Bulletin de Psychologie, XLI, 483-485.

Janet, P. (1889). L'Automatisme psychologique. Paris: Félix Alcan.

Janet, P. (1893). L'Amnésie continue. Revue Generale des Sciences, 4, 167-179.

Janet, P. (1894). Histoire D'une idée fixe. Revue Philosophique, 37, 121-163.

Janet, P. (1901). The mental state of hystericals. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons.

Janet, P. (1904). L'amnésia et la dissociation des souvenirs par l'émotion. Journal de Psychologie, 1, 417-453.

Janet, P. (1907). The major symptoms of hysteria. London & New York: Macmillan.

Janet, P. (1910). Une Félida artificielle. Revue Philosophique, 69, 329-357, 483-529.

Myers, Charles S. Contributions to the Study of Shell Shock; (I) Being an Account of three Cases of Loss of Memory, Vision, Smell and taste, Admitted into the Duchess of Westminster's War Hospital, Le Touquet. Lancet, Lond., Feb. 13, 1915, p. 316-20

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