Kompiang Oka

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On the basis of recent developments in neuroscience, modern neuropsychology makes great contributions to the psychopathology of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Those studies pay little attention to the will because of their cognitive orientation. However, the will forms an essential aspect of OCD according to Jaspers and Schneider. Based on a clinical(More)
In his classic overview, Mayer-Gross indicated two clinical features of depersonalization to be taken as starting points for future investigation: excessive difficulty in describing it and its relatively rare appearance in organic disorders. Neither characteristic has so far been discussed sufficiently in psychopathology and neurobiology. In this article,(More)
  • K Oka
  • 2001
We feel guilty to whom we have injured. So the guiltiness has an aspect, namely, "to whom". In the transcultural psychiatry this aspect is often discussed, because it shows directly, which ethical value is supposed to be violated. In comparison with that less attention was paid to another aspect, namely, "through which" we fall into guilt. Therefore this(More)
Using a case history this paper attempts to define a certain temporal orientation peculiar to schizophrenic passivity. In agreement with Straus, we divide the present into two modes, one before confirmation of an action and one after. The former mode is termed the immediate present, and the latter is the nonimmediate present. Due to the requirement of(More)
After a descriptive phenomenological sketch, we try to elucidate the structure of the "as if" experience. This experience is concerned with appearance, with what 'seems' to a person as opposed to actual reality. Normally there is always the possibility of error trying to recognize reality, which is accessible to anybody. In contrast, for the individual no(More)
Until now, Japanese cultural concepts such as "ki" and "aida" were used to introduce new perspectives to psychopathology. Universal concepts can also serve this purpose when the culturally different connotations are worked out. In this study,we discuss the concept "becoming," which is not only universal but also undoubtedly one of the key words in(More)
Consumers occasionally find difficulty in finding the location of a store or business place they want because there is little information to be found and the information is usually subjective. Web-based GIS technology can be used to search for business place so the consumer can easily find the store or business place they want, along with the address. On(More)
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