NOTES ON THE PHYSICAL STATE OF THE PRISONER OF WAR AS IT MAY AFFECT BRAIN FUNCTION
BUREAU OF SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH INC WASHINGTON DC
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The paper, by a medical authority on POW problems, was prepared for a conference on training on required captivity behavior in 1965. Deprivations of captivity, their possible effects on brain function and the implications for POW and captors are briefly noted.
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