6 edition of Oneirics And Psychosomatics found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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Childhood and the ""delayed action. (medicine) psychosomatic medicine (science) Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Author(s): Loehrich,Rolf R Title(s): Oneirics and psychosomatics; an introductory treatise concerning a new theory of psychoanalysis, its logic and methodology.
Country of Publication: United States Publisher: McHenry, Ill., Compass Press [c] Description: xiv, p. Language: English MeSH: Dreams*; Psychoanalysis* NLM ID: R[Book].
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Psychosomatic illness, where your body acts as if it's sick but there isn't anything wrong, is common and also very misunderstood, according to. Rolf Loehrich, the autho r of Oneirics and Psychosomatics, The Secret of "Ulysses," Modus Operandi, and Systematic Oneirics, and whos e work "was acknowledged as origina l by Schlick, Carnap, Jung, Lichtenberger, and Monsieu r de Monbrison, " ha s now finishe d a wor k of si x volume s entitled Exercitium Cogitandi.
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