(1) A Study has been made of the disease
incidence in a variety of groups
admitted to a Base Psychiatric Hospital.
(2) The relationships between the group
incidence of anxiety state and manic -
depressive psychosis and between hysteria
and schizophrenia have been indicated.
(3) The influence of the standard of personnel
selection and morale on the disease
incidence has been discussed.
(4) The importance of the quantitative factor
in diagnosis in military psychiatry has
been stressed and a method of assessing it
has been described.
(5) An argument has been put forward for the
use of the psychiatrist in the positive
aspect of personnel selection in addition
to his usual role of weeding out the unfit.