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Fenichel, O. (1946). Bird Language in Schizophrenia: L. Kerschbaumer. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 195–196.. Psychoanal Q., 15:398.
    
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(1946). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 15:398

Bird Language in Schizophrenia: L. Kerschbaumer. Psa. Rev., XXXI, 1944, pp. 195–196.

Otto Fenichel

Whereas the usual auditory hallucinations of schizophrenics are perceived as human voices, Kerschbaumer describes two patients who thought they could hear and understand 'bird language'. The author forgets to mention the fact that this was also true of the famous case of Schreber.

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Fenichel, O. (1946). Bird Language in Schizophrenia. Psychoanal. Q., 15:398

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