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'Why Is the "Unconscious" Unconscious?', 191810

Reference Code: GBR/3377/WHRivers/4/13

Scope and Contents

Rivers refers to the work of Henry Head, a colleague with who he had worked closely, on neurology.


  • Creation: 191810


Existence and Location of Copies

A second copy of the article is kept in the archive (stored alongside the first) and this second copy is part of a booklet including the other contributions on this theme to the symposium by different authors. Three further copies are kept in the 'Spare Copies' box: these are just of Rivers' article, not the other pieces by different authors.


Reprinted from 'The British Journal of Psychology', volume IX:2. The paper was originally delivered as a contribution to a symposium at a joint session of the British Psychological Society, the Aristotelian Society and the 'Mind' Association on 6th July 1918.

Repository Details

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