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RATIO OF VOLUNTARY ENLISTMENT TO INDUCTION IN THE VARIOUS TYPES OF NEUROPSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS
FREDERICK LEMERE; EDWARD D. GREENWOOD
Am J Psychiatry 1943;100:312-313.
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The Neuropsychiatric Service of the Station Hospital, Camp Carson, Colorado.

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1. Neuropsychiatric patients suffering from alcoholism, epilepsy, neurasthenia gastrica, and especially dementia præcox, have a greater than normal tendency to voluntarily enlist in the army rather than wait for induction.2. Neuropsychiatric patients suffering from mental deficiency, psychoneurosis (exclusive of neurasthenia gastrica), and especially constitutional psychopathic states have a greater than normal tendency to avoid army service.

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