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The problem of language and thought in schizophrenia: A review
Psychodynamic Factors and Drug Addiction: Some Theoretical and Research Perspectives
- H. Vetter
- 1 October 1985
The two major theoretical approaches to nonmedical drug use have been identified as the disturbed personality and sociocultural views. The present paper provides a review of psychodynamic… Expand
The language of the psychopath.
The language of the psychopathic personality is described along with a review of the literature and various psycholinguistic examples of its importance for theory and research. Recommendations are… Expand
Perspectives on Terrorism
Perspectives on Terrorism (PoT) is a joint publication of the Terrorism Research Initiative (TRI), headquartered in Vienna, Austria, and the Institute of Security and Global Affairs (ISGA) of Leiden… Expand
Theories of language acquisition
Prior to the advent of generative grammar, theoretical approaches to language development relied heavily upon the concepts ofdifferential reinforcement andimitation. Current studies of linguistic… Expand
Language behavior in schizophrenia
One of the major difficulties confronting any attempt to analyze the behavioral phenomena that characterize schizophrenia is the problem of dealing with such a broad range of complex behaviors as… Expand