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Milton H. Erickson (1901-1980) renovated the study and practice of therapeutic hypnosis. The author first presents a synthetic overview of Erickson's original work and its spread. He then illustrates this with excerpts from observations of six of his own patients which correspond to the progressive integration of an ericksonian approach into a classical(More)
After a previous analysis of African depressions in studies based on the use of D.S.M. III as a preliminary tool, the authors are now seeking to understand more directly the different ways for depressed Ivorians to express the lowering of self-esteem, as well as the various meanings of agitation observed among them. An attempt of nosographic classification,(More)
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