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Chief of service (psychiatry), Deer Lodge Hospital, Winnipeg 12, Manitoba, Canada, and associate professor of psychiatry, University of Manitoba
1970, American Psychiatric Association
The author believes that in a limited number of cases homosexuality can be successfully treated by a direct attack on the symptom of phobic avoidance of women. He cites three case histories in which this approach was used.
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