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(p. 49) The Psychology of Juvenile Rheumatism 

(p. 49) The Psychology of Juvenile Rheumatism
(p. 49) The Psychology of Juvenile Rheumatism

Donald W. Winnicott

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date: 28 January 2021

In this essay Winnicott discusses psychological states that may pre-dispose a child to one or other form of rheumatic fever, psychological changes secondary to acute or sub-acute rheumatic fever, and psychological states that resemble in their symptomatology some form of rheumatic fever. Psychoanalysis as a treatment of pain is also briefly discussed.

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