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PSYCHOGENIC LOSS OF PERSONAL IDENTITY: AMNESIA
In psychopathology every state of forgetting is called amnesia. We are interested here merely in cases of amnesia in which the subjects forget their own identity. To one's own identity belongs theExpand
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THE ORGANIC BACKGROUND OF OBSESSIONS AND COMPULSIONS
1. Seven cases of obsession neurosis are presented in which definite organic signs were disclosed by neurological examination. These signs remind of symptoms observed in epidemic encephalitis.Expand
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MOTOR PHENOMENA DURING NITROGEN INHALATION
Himwich, Alexander and Lipetz,1reasoning that the effects of insulin and metrazol treatments in cases of schizophrenia are due to a common factor, namely, the production of cerebral anoxia,Expand
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PUPILLARY DISTURBANCES IN SCHIZOPHRENIC NEGROES
Pupillary disturbances in catatonic patients were first described by A. Westphal.1He observed that the pupils show "seemingly irregular changes in their reaction to light, ranging from a promptExpand
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ASYMBOLIA FOR PAIN
REPORT OF A CASE In 1927, we observed a patient with sensory aphasia who would have hurt herself severely if left alone. She pushed everything that came into her hand against her eyes, heedless ofExpand
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