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RG-08.18, Dr. Simmel, War Neuroses, first published in Germany, 1918
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Affliction of ego, already damaged by military discipline, Dr. Simmel
An inner struggle  of the ego to maintain itself, that is, its psychological entity, Dr. Simmel
Changes in structural edifice of the Ego, War Neuroses, Dr. Simmel
Documents from NCP-LA.info Archive
Documents from the NCP-LA Archive
Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Ernest Simmel
Dr. Ernest Simmel, medical officer in German army, 1914 -- 1918
Dr. Simmel, scientific works
Dr. Simmel was in charge of a military hospital for two years, the First World War
Emotional instability and irritability and a tendency to emotional outburst, war neuroses,  Simmel
Human beings remain human beings, no matter of political system, Dr. Simmel
Impairment of the muscular system, war neuroses, Dr. Simmel
Inability to react to a danger with flight or aggression causes the overload of nervous system
Mental disorders are due to pathological disturbances of the functioning of the inner super-ego
Physical and emotional exhaustion are predisposing factors for a soldier's mental breakdown in war
Soldier's achievement caused by the alteration of the ego by military discipline, Simmel
State of mind produced by military discipline enables a soldier to reach achievements with his unit
Symptomatology of war neuroses, Dr. Simmel
The affect of anxiety is of cardinal significance in the causation of all mental disorders,
The armies of totalitarian states are better trained for they are organized on a discipline premise
The external, real danger has been transformed into an inner, mental danger, War Neuroses, Simmel
The intra-mental conflict is specifically determined by the instability of the super-ego, Dr. Simmel
The nature of mental disorders in the war, Dr. Simmel
Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis
Theory of Psychoanalysis, Dr. Ernest Simmel
The super-ego forces the ego to sublimate or to repress antisocial instinctual demands, Simmel
The super-ego helps the ego to test reality and to act accordingly, Simmel
The unfair treatment of a soldier causes the loss  of security and immunity against the fear
Uniformity makes him vulnerable and amenable to disintegration of his mental system, Simmel
War-Neuroses, scientific works of Dr. Simmel
War Neuroses, ego impairments, resulting in difficulties to maintain object contact, Dr. Simmel
War neuroses, ego impairments make it impossible for the soldier to attend to his military duties
War neuroses are overall identified with the traumatic neuroses acquired in peaceful time, Simmel
War Psycho-Neuroses, terminology, Dr. Simmel
Wearing a uniform is the symbolic manifestation of a unity that represent him and represented by him
When civilian becomes a soldier, he carries out the already existing ideology, Simmel

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