William Sobel

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A 33-year-old man presented with a 10-year history of psychosis and an imaginary companion; he carried a past diagnosis of chronic schizophrenia. He responded quickly to neuroleptic and was noted to be an easily engageable person. It is argued that despite his first-rank Schneiderian symptoms, the patient may not best be conceptualized as having(More)
Studied the discriminatory potential of the Kinetic Family Drawing technique (KFD). The drawings of 20 male adolescent delinquents were compared to a group of 20 normal male adolescents in order to discover whether any hypothesized differences existed. Significant chi square differences were found on only three of the variables: (a) body omission, (b) lack(More)
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