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Kanzer, M. (1949). Schizophrenic Syndromes as Frustration Reactions: J. M. Nielsen and George N. Thompson. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CIV, 1948, pp. 771–777.. Psychoanal Q., 18:125.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Schizophrenic Syndromes as Frustration Reactions: J. M. Nielsen and George N. Thompson. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CIV, 1948, pp. 771–777.

(1949). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 18:125

Schizophrenic Syndromes as Frustration Reactions: J. M. Nielsen and George N. Thompson. Amer. J. of Psychiatry, CIV, 1948, pp. 771–777.

Mark Kanzer

Transient syndromes resembling paranoid schizophrenia can be precipitated by frustrations and clear up without apparent residua if appropriate psychotherapeutic measures are taken. Nielsen and Thompson do not believe that such processes are necessarily a true schizophrenia but are of the opinion that deterioration might have taken place without timely treatment. The predisposition to such paranoid reactions is thought to arise from 'specific neuro-gramme patterns'.

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Kanzer, M. (1949). Schizophrenic Syndromes as Frustration Reactions. Psychoanal. Q., 18:125

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