Wolfgang Zaworka

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Experimental results from a sample of 216 patients with four different “symptom-neuroses” show that 65% to 90% of these patients have different combinations of multiple symptomatology. With a background of these data, we present an Operationalized Multisymptomatic Model of Neuroses (OMMON), based on self-rating assessment of these patients on 4 symptom(More)
Obsessive-compulsive phenomena occur in 'normal,' neurotic and psychotic individuals. Operational definition, quantitative assessment, and diagnostic evaluation are still unsatisfactory, particularly with regard to differentiation of obsessive-compulsive phenomena (phenomenology), differentiation of trait and symptom factors, and evaluation of different(More)
Obsessive-compulsive phenomena occur in ‘normal,’ neurotic and psychotic individuals. Operational definition, quantitative assessment, and diagnostic evaluation are still unsatisfactory, particularly with regard to differentiation of obsessive-compulsive phenomena (phenomenology), differentiation of trait and symptom factors, and evaluation of different(More)
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