ARTICLES written on fear in battle and the problem of its conquest have during this war been for the most part of two sorts: (1) psychological monographs that appraise and use sound principles of psychology and the results of controlled experiment; (2) actual case histories or narratives of men who have been in battle and tell of their experiences. Both types of articles are valuable, and are, in fact, supplementary.
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