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Burrow, N. Trigant
Burrow, Nicholas Trigant
Burrow, Trigant,
Trigant Burrow (American psychiatrist)
Trigant Burrow (Amerikaans psychiater (1875-1950))
Trigant Burrow (US-amerikanischer Psychoanalytiker)
Тригант Бъроу
Dates: 
1875-1950
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Ackerman, Nathan Ward (1908-1971)
Amado, Milton (1913-)
Bredow, Miriam
Galt, Alfreda S.
Galt, William E.
Galt, William Egleston (1904-1955))
Johns Hopkins University
Lifwynn Foundation
Lifwynn foundation for laboratory research in analytic and social psychiatry New York
Read, Herbert Edward (1893-1968))
Titles: 
Altering frames of reference in the sphere of human behavior
autonomy of the "I" from the standpoint of group analysis, The
Biological foundations and mental methods, by Trigant Burrow...
biology of human conflict., The
[Collected papers, reprints, etc., in psychopathology ...
Determination of the position of a momentary impression in the temporal course of a moving visual impression, by N. Trigant Burrow...
determination of the position of a momentary impression in the temporal course of a moving visual impression, The
neurose do homem introdução a uma ciência do comportamento humano, A
Neurosis of man an introduction to a science of human behaviour
Phyloanalysis; a study in the group or phyletic method of behaviour-analysis
Preconscious foundations of human experience.
Science and man's behavior: the contribution of phylobiology.
search for man's sanity; the selected letters of Trigant Burrow, with biographical notes., A
social basis of consciousness; a study in organic psychology based upon a synthetic and societal concept of the neuroses, The
Structure of insanity a study in phylopathology
Struktur der Geisteskrankheit Eine Studie in Phylopathologie
Trigant Burrow research collection, The
Trigant Burrow, toward social sanity and human survival : selections from his writings
Two modes of social adaptation and their concomitants in ocular movements
Notes: 
Reprint in one volume of Psychological review : Psychological monographs, v. 11, nos. 1-4, published separately in 1909 by Review Pub. Co., Lancaster, Pa
Thesis (Ph. D.)--Johns Hopkins University
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