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Theory of Obsession [Sur la th´orie de l'obsession]. (Arch. de Neur., No. 76, April, 1902.) Arnaud

  • H. J. Macevoy
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In the discussion of obsession the point at issue has been especially the relative importance of the intellectual and the emotional element. Recent experiments apparently establish that organic modifications (muscular or vaso-motor) are anterior to the affective state, and therefore to the idea, and not consecutive.

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  • H. J. Macevoy
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