S126: NP Study
To further development of psychoneurotic screening instrument.
451 questionnaires completed by a group of 279 hospitalized psychoneurotic patients in England and by a group of 175 "normals" from the 9th Inf Div. Further details of selection and location stated in TAB A
a. Men from the 96th Station Hospital are severe NP and a few CPS cases that are not deemed curable in the ETO and are to be shipped back to the United States. None of these men have seen combat (codes 1 and 2 in column 3)
b. Men from the 312th General Hospital are less severe NP cases deemed curable in the ETO.
- Codes 3 and column 3, have seen combat
- Codes and 6, column 3, have not seen combat
- Those coded 5 are in the early stages of treatment
- Those coded 6 in the later (or final) stages of treatment at the General Hospital
- The normal are men who have seen combat can be identified by the double punch in columns 1, and the fact that 2, 7 are not punched in columns 1 and 2. Use columns 1 to 6 for collating the two sets of cards.
Chief Surgeon, ETOUSA
Preliminary Results from a Survey of Psychoneurotic and Normal Soldiers (10 May 1944)
B-116 A Further Study of Psychoneurotics in the Army (Supplemental to Report B-107)
Distribution of Reports: Limited within Theater Headquarters (chiefly medical)