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Kramer, S.E. (1943). Psychoses Associated with Essential Hypertension: Morris D. Riemer. Psychiatric Quarterly, XV, 1941, pp. 284–295.. Psychoanal Q., 12:302.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychoses Associated with Essential Hypertension: Morris D. Riemer. Psychiatric Quarterly, XV, 1941, pp. 284–295.

(1943). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 12:302

Psychoses Associated with Essential Hypertension: Morris D. Riemer. Psychiatric Quarterly, XV, 1941, pp. 284–295.

Stephen E. Kramer

No pathognomonic correlations could be made from a study of schizophrenic patients exhibiting both acute and chronic forms of hypertension. However, a sluggish gait, a restrained facies, a tendency to exhibitionism, and a grossly defective sexual adjustment were pointed out as symptoms common to both diseases. On a deeper level were found strongly suppressed anxiety, hostility, passivity, and feelings of guilt which are based on narcissism.

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Kramer, S.E. (1943). Psychoses Associated with Essential Hypertension. Psychoanal. Q., 12:302

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