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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 4, Number 3, 1 August 1999

Conversion Hysteria: Towards a Cognitive Neuropsychological Account
pp. 161-163(3)
Authors: Halligan, Peter W.; David, Anthony S.

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Conversion Hysteria: History, Diagnostic Issues, and Clinical Practice
pp. 165-180(16)
Authors: Crimlisk, Helen L.; Ron, Maria A.

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Conversion Hysteria: Is it a Viable Concept?
pp. 181-191(11)
Author: Miller, Edgar

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Malingering, Hysteria, and the Factitious Disorders
pp. 193-201(9)
Author: Turner, Mark

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Hysterical Paralyses as Disorders of Action
pp. 203-226(24)
Author: Spence, Sean A.

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Functional Blindness: A Construction of Cognitive and Social Influences
pp. 227-241(15)
Authors: Bryant, Richard A.; Mcconkey, Kevin M.

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Hypnosis and Conversion Hysteria: A Unifying Model
pp. 243-265(23)
Author: Oakley, David A.

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Towards a Neuropsychiatry of Conversive Hysteria
pp. 267-287(21)
Authors: Sierra, Mauricio; Berrios, German E.

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