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e.g., and such as

frontmatter in motu, detail (watermark obscured)
containing The American Journal of the Medical Sciences volume 155, nos 1-6 and, in particular, Clarence B. Farrar (1874-1970 *) his “War Neuroses and Psychoses” 155:3 (March 1918) : 425-437
University of Michigan copy, digitized September 27, 2012

Psychic Disturbances. In concussion cases a stuporous state may persist for several days, furnishing the cue for continuing individual symptoms (e.g., amnesia) and episodic conditions such as dream waking, hallucinations (sounds of battle), automatism.   /   434

23 August 2016
tags: Clarence B. Farrar; amnesia; automatism; hallucinations; stuporous state