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Powelson, H. (1960). British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXXII, 1959: Clinical Research in Schizophrenia—The Psychotherapeutic Approach. James Chapman, Thomas Freeman, and Andrew McGhie. Pp. 75-85.. Psychoanal Q., 29:444.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXXII, 1959: Clinical Research in Schizophrenia—The Psychotherapeutic Approach. James Chapman, Thomas Freeman, and Andrew McGhie. Pp. 75-85.

(1960). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 29:444

British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXXII, 1959: Clinical Research in Schizophrenia—The Psychotherapeutic Approach. James Chapman, Thomas Freeman, and Andrew McGhie. Pp. 75-85.

Harvey Powelson

The authors have studied in an unusual schizophrenic patient the pathological processes in ego function. Observations during psychotherapy indicated that schizophrenia causes a state in the ego that gives rise to unusual and frightening experiences. Defenses of the ego are 'reactive and represent a means of dealing with the breakdown of the ego'. The authors believe that 'psychotherapy in psychotic reactions must be primarily concerned with re-establishing the integrity of the ego'. They relate disturbances of auditory perception, body image, communication, and motility to concepts derived from psychoanalysis and from experiemental and genetic psychology.

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Powelson, H. (1960). British Journal of Medical Psychology. XXXII, 1959. Psychoanal. Q., 29:444

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