4 edition of Curable and incurable neurotics found in the catalog.
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An incurable disease may or may not be a terminal illness; conversely, a curable illness can still result in the patient's death. The proportion of people with a disease that are cured by a given treatment, called the cure fraction or cure rate, is determined by comparing disease-free survival of treated people against a matched control group. Title(s): Curable and incurable neurotics: problems of "neurotic" versus "malignant" psychic masochism/ by Edmund Bergler. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Madison, Conn.: International Universities Press, c
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Posted incurable [in-kūr´ah-b'l] 1. not susceptible of being cured. a person with a disease that cannot be cured. incurable (in-kyūr'ă-bĕl), Denoting a disease or morbid process unresponsive to medical or surgical treatment.
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By Edmund Bergler. New York: Liveright Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest. Incurable will have you flipping through its word-painted images, and thinking about its characters long after you've read the last line.
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Curable and incurable neurotics. Madison, CT: International Universities Press. (Original work published ) — —. Selected papers of Edmund Bergler, M.D., New York: Grune and Stratton. Jaffe, Daniel. Review of the revolt of the middle-aged man. Money and emotional conflicts, and the psychology of gambling.
Edmund Bergler (/ ˈ b ɛər ɡ l ər /; German: [ˈbɛɐ̯glɐ]; –) was an Austrian-born American psychoanalyst whose books covered such topics as childhood development, mid-life crises, loveless marriages, gambling, self-defeating behaviors, and homosexuality.
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