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Rediscovering the unconscious mind
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    Re-Freud's unconscious mind and the "EBM World"

    I would like to thank the author on a thoughtful reflection on the "unconscious mind" and would like to comment on its relevance in modern medicine especially psychiatry and allied fields.

    Understandably concepts like the "drive theory" or "defence mechanisms" do not lend themselves to critical appraisal in "Evidence- based Medicine" terms easily but that in it should not detract from their usefulness in every...

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