L Spichtig

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Autoprotective efforts of schizophrenics have hardly been systematically investigated until now, although the role of coping processes in regard to numerous psychic disorders is increasingly recognized. The investigation of autoprotective efforts, however, is of special significance in view of the different current formulations of the vulnerability stress(More)
New experimental findings show that schizophrenics, as well as some of their non-schizophrenic relatives, manifest basic cognitive disorders defined in terms of variables from the field of experimental psychology. These basic disorders can be regarded as markers--if not, indeed, as psychological manifestations--of vulnerability to schizophrenia. They can be(More)
Subjective basic disorders were explored in 52 psychiatric inpatients by means of the Frankfurter Complaint Questionnaire. In each of these patients at least one set of the operational criteria for the diagnosis of schizophrenia was fulfilled, using the Flexible System, the Criteria of the first order by Schneider, the Research diagnostic criteria, the(More)
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