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The DSM-III-R definition of delusions bears inconsistencies and does not account for the way delusions are detected clinically. It can be traced back to Karl Jaspers who was the first to mention the(More)
  • M. Spitzer
  • Fortschritte der Neurologie-Psychiatrie
  • 1987
The concept of pseudohallucinations is investigated systematically and historically with regard to its content. Its ambiguity (different authors have different concepts) as well as its vagueness (the(More)
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