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[The dying patient].
  • T. Hägglund
  • Medicine
  • Duodecim; laaketieteellinen aikakauskirja
  • 1977
Timelessness as a positive and negative experience
We create a sense of time, our understanding of time and subjective time in our minds by experiencing memories, images and chains of events in life as consecutive sequences. We also createExpand
The final stage of the dying process.
  • T. Hägglund
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The International journal of psycho-analysis
  • 1981
The final stage of the dying process is seen as beginning when the split of mental-self and body-self has taken place in the mind of the dying person. Successfully carried out mourning work gives theExpand
The inner space of the body image.
In a review of the psychoanalytic literature the authors show that throughout life the ego structure and identity of an individual are founded to a significant degree on the sensations and awarenessExpand
Destruction Preceding Suicide: An Episode in the Large Series of Adolescents' Suicides
ABSTRACT An adolescent commits suicide by shooting in his mouth after firing with the shotgun against a group of children skating on a playground beneath the apartment.
[Psychodynamics of the dying patient].
  • T. Hägglund
  • Medicine
  • Duodecim; laaketieteellinen aikakauskirja
  • 1970
[Enuresis in children and its treatment].
  • T. Hägglund
  • Medicine
  • Suomen laakarilehti. Finlands lakartidning
  • 1966
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