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W., H. (1947). A Short Contribution to the Problem of Simulation of Insanity: Sidney Tarachow. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 168–169.. Psychoanal Q., 16:581.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: A Short Contribution to the Problem of Simulation of Insanity: Sidney Tarachow. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 168–169.

(1947). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 16:581

A Short Contribution to the Problem of Simulation of Insanity: Sidney Tarachow. Int. J. Psa., XXVI, 1945, pp. 168–169.

H. W.

Two patients observed by Tarachow exhibited bizzare and frightening behavior which they thought of as 'insane' in order to (1) express aggression toward a feared person without fear of retaliation, and (2) elicit amusement and pity which was to them synonymous with being liked.

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W., H. (1947). A Short Contribution to the Problem of Simulation of Insanity. Psychoanal. Q., 16:581

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