169), the psychoneurotic
veteran of Waller's imagination indeed offers a worthy "problem" to be solved in postwar cinematic and literary representations.
intricacies would tax a master dramatist.
For both young woman, religious devotion is the most obvious manifestation of their psychoneurotic
For example, Cartwright and Cooper (1993) found that 6 months after a merger in a UK building society, more than one-third of 157 middle managers reported mental-health levels comparable to, or worse than, psychoneurotic
It was finally deleted from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-III-R, 1987), due to ambiguity as well as its overlap with other psychoneurotic
disorders (Abbey & Garfinkel, 1991; Young, 1989), but remains a common psychiatric diagnosis in Asian countries (Cheung, 1989; Murakata, 1989).
This could not be more than a matter of months after "A Way You'll Never Be"--unless the reader assumes that Nick recovered from the war, for the skiing stories, then suffered another breakdown before "Big Two-Hearted River," or lived for an indefinite time in a psychoneurotic
state that would have prohibited the early writing career assumed for him in some analyses of the stories.
The first Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM I) offered a cluster called psychoneurotic
Pou, Special Communication: Diagnostic Patterns in Disability in Puerto Rico and the United States, 68 Boletin dela Asociacion Medica de Puerto Rico 224 (1976) (indicating that Puerto Ricans have a rate of mental, psychoneurotic
, and personality disorders more than three times as high as the general United States population).
61] In fact, one-quarter of the women studied had undergone psychiatric treatment for psychoneurotic
Services were applied to the limit only if they were provided in connection with "mental, psychoneurotic
, and personality disorders," as defined by the American Psychiatric Association's (APA) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-III-R).
An abnormally high percentage of them recorded scores on the Crown-Crisp Experiential Index (CCEI), a clinical measure of mental health, comparable with psychoneurotic
Meers, "Traumatic and Cultural Distortions of Psychoneurotic
Symptoms in a Black Ghetto," in his The Annual of Psychoanalysis (Chicago, 1974), p.