E. L. Koch

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The experience of dread, an extreme form of fear that is induced by terror and horror, is seen as manifested in the shapes of a "dreaded self" and a "dreaded state of the self." These representations reflect psychic dangers ranging from a common, feared identification to states of disconnection, desolation, ego dissolution, and nonexistence. It is suggested(More)
Excretion of catecholamines, DOPA and their oxidoreduction states were studied during aversive conditioning in a 10-sitting experiment in man. Urinary samples in 3 intervals of 8 h. before respective sitting and 20, 80 and 200 minutes after the sitting. The initial unspecific phase of conditioning corresponds to an increase and decrease of catecholamine(More)
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