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The mental status of psychoneurotics

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Neuroses, Mental
Other titlesPsychoneurotics.
Statementby Alexander D. Tendler ...
SeriesArchives of psychology.., no. 60
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LC ClassificationsBF21 .A7 no. 60
The Physical Object
Pagination86 p.
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Open LibraryOL6661278M
LC Control Number24003011
OCLC/WorldCa2995783

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The variation and adaptation of psychological concepts, materials, and test procedure to the problems of the psychoneuroses holds forth the promise of a truer and better understanding of the nature of the Author: Alexander D Tendler.

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Methods in studying the social mobility of 25 psychoneurotics and 25 schizophrenics divided between social classes III and V and a number of control subjects are described. These psychoneurotics and schizophrenics are more mobile than the control subjects. There is a discrepancy between achieved and aspired mobility in the psychiatric.

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One of developmental goals for psychoneurotics is to learn how to overcome their doubts and inhibitions and put their idealism with its values into consistent practice. Though they undoubtedly constitute one of the largest categories of mental disorders, the psychoneuroses represent a small proportion of hospitalized cases.

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