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THE PROBLEM OF THE SEVERE PSYCHONEUROTIC IN THE ARMY AIR FORCES
JOHN W. BICK, JR.
Am J Psychiatry 1945;102:222-230.
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The severe life-long neurotic continues to be a problem in the army setting. Failure to detect the nature of his illness which often expresses itself early in basic training results in many useless hospital day and weeks lost in specialized training schools. An avoidance of an over-optimistic therapeutic attitude when applied to the severe psychoneurotic, together with a willingness to separate such patients from the service when necessary, will do much to lessen one of the army's foremost problems.

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