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Fairbairn, W.D. (1955). The Six Schizophrenias. Reaction Patterns in Children and Adults: By Samuel J. Beck, Ph.D. (New York: American Orthopsychiatric Association Inc., 1954. Pp. xii + 238. $5.00.). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 36:414-415.

(1955). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 36:414-415

The Six Schizophrenias. Reaction Patterns in Children and Adults: By Samuel J. Beck, Ph.D. (New York: American Orthopsychiatric Association Inc., 1954. Pp. xii + 238. $5.00.)

Review by:
W. Ronald D. Fairbairn

This book is Research Monograph No. 6 of the American Orthopsychiatric Association; and it describes the nature and results of a joint study of schizophrenia in terms of the three disciplines of psychology, psychiatry, and social study. The actual material studied was that provided by two groups of patients referred to the Michael Reese

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Hospital, Chicago, and considered on clinical grounds to display evidence of schizophrenic involvement—viz. a group of children and one of adults. The contribution of the psychiatrists was to supply, in the case of each patient, numerical ratings on a scale of 1–11 for 120 selected traits regarded as constituting 'a trait universe'. These traits were selected on the basis of clinical observation interpreted psycho-analytically in terms of (a) defences, (b) ego-functions, (c) emotions, and (d) restitutive forces. The contribution of the psychologists was to provide a Rorschach assessment for each patient in terms of clusters of significant traits and significant combinations of such clusters; and it is interesting to note that among the clusters isolated were (1) preoccupation with genitality and bodily functions, (2) perceptual inaccuracy with low mental drive, (3) withdrawal from the outer world, (4) indifference to familiar and conventional stimuli, and (5) emotional indifference. The data obtained by the psychiatric (clinical) and psychological (experimental) investigations were then correlated—a task rendered

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