Definition of Psychoneuroses

1. Noun. (plural of psychoneurosis) ¹



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Definition of Psychoneuroses

1. psychoneurosis [n] - See also: psychoneurosis

Lexicographical Neighbors of Psychoneuroses

psychomimetic
psychomological
psychomotor
psychomotor development
psychomotor epilepsy
psychon
psychonaut
psychonauts
psychoneuroendocrinological
psychoneuroendocrinologist
psychoneuroendocrinologists
psychoneuroendocrinology
psychoneuroimmunologic
psychoneuroimmunological
psychoneuroimmunology
psychoneuroses (current term)
psychoneurosis
psychoneurotic
psychoneurotics
psychonomic
psychonomics
psychonomy
psychons
psychopannychism
psychopathic
psychopathic personality
psychopathically
psychopathics
psychopathies

Literary usage of Psychoneuroses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Diseases of the nervous system by Smith Ely Jelliffe, William Alanson White (1917)
"THE psychoneuroses AND ACTUAL NEUROSES. THE field of the neuroses and the psychoneuroses is not only the broadest field in psychiatry, but perhaps the ..."

2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1919)
"THE subject of psychoneuroses occurring in soldiers in the great World War ... So it is more correct to refer to them as the psychoneuroses found in war. ..."

3. America and the New Era: A Symposium on Social Reconstruction by Elisha Michael Friedman (1920)
"psychoneuroses.—The psychoneuroses constitute the most important group of ... psychoneuroses most frequently follow definite injury, but sometimes occur in ..."

4. Papers on Psycho-analysis by Ernest Jones (1913)
"... IN no department of medicine are more divergent opinions promulgated or more valueless papers written than on the subject of psychoneuroses. ..."

5. Nervous States, Their Nature and Causes by Paul Dubois (1910)
"In short, if I have insisted upon the bond which unites the different psychoneuroses, it is in order that the truth may be grasped that—In the domain of the ..."

6. America and the New Era: A Symposium on Social Reconstruction by Elisha Michael Friedman (1920)
"The psychoneuroses constitute the most important group of mental ... psychoneuroses most frequently follow definite injury, but sometimes occur in ..."

7. Three Contributions to the Sexual Theory by Sigmund Freud (1910)
"The significance of the erogenous zones in the psychoneuroses, as additional apparatus and substitutes for the genitals, appears to be most prominent in ..."

8. Psychic Treatment of Nervous Disorders by Paul Dubois (1905)
"As for the complex pathological conditions, such as the psychoneuroses which we have just studied, it would be foolish to start with the definition and ..."

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