This paper was delivered at the American Psychological Association meeting, Penn State College, Sept 1950, as part of the symposium. Mental Deterioration Its Measurement and Significance The writer alone carries responsibility for the ideas contained herein, but wishes to express his appreciation to Dr George S Klein, The Menninger Foundation, for his stimulating discussion of various issues considered in the paper, and to Dr Robert R Holt, The Menninger Foundation, for a critical reading of the paper
Ego Structure and Mental Deterioration1
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Journal of Personality
Volume 20, Issue 2, pages 188–198, December 1951
How to Cite
FEIFEL, H. (1951), Ego Structure and Mental Deterioration. Journal of Personality, 20: 188–198. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-6494.1951.tb01521.x
Sponsored by the V A and published with the approval of the Chief Medical Director The statements and conclusions published by the author are a result of his own study and do not necessarily reflect the opinion or policy of the Veterans Administration
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