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Brown, W. (1924). Clinical: Robert M. Riggall. Dual Personality. Lancet, Vol. I, 1923, p. 1155.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:365-365.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Clinical: Robert M. Riggall. Dual Personality. Lancet, Vol. I, 1923, p. 1155.

(1924). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 5:365-365

Clinical: Robert M. Riggall. Dual Personality. Lancet, Vol. I, 1923, p. 1155.

Warburton Brown

The case of a patient suffering from dissociated states, during which he would wander to distant parts of the country, with complete amnesia in his normal state for what occurred during the attacks.

Investigation of the patient's mentality showed a marked Oedipus situation, a strong fixation on a tender-hearted mother, who always protected him against the severity of a stern father. Flight from incest, and consequent homosexual attachment to a brother, which was strongly repressed. The first splitting of the personality coincided with his marriage, which produced a conflict between his heterosexual feelings for his wife (mother substitute) and his repressed homosexual feelings for his brother.

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Brown, W. (1924). Clinical. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:365-365

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