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Blos, P., Jr. (1967). Archives of General Psychiatry. XIII, 1965: Follow-Up Study of Childhood Elective Mutism. A. Elson; C. Pearson; C. D. Jones; and E. Schumacher. Pp. 182-187.. Psychoanal Q., 36:145-145.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Archives of General Psychiatry. XIII, 1965: Follow-Up Study of Childhood Elective Mutism. A. Elson; C. Pearson; C. D. Jones; and E. Schumacher. Pp. 182-187.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:145-145

Archives of General Psychiatry. XIII, 1965: Follow-Up Study of Childhood Elective Mutism. A. Elson; C. Pearson; C. D. Jones; and E. Schumacher. Pp. 182-187.

Peter Blos, Jr.

Four latency age girls, diagnosed as having a neurotic symptom complex which centered on an elective refusal to speak except to a small group of relatives and peers, received intensive milieu therapy in a residential treatment center for periods of four to twelve months. Six months to five years after discharge intensive follow-up interviews were made. Common features in these cases were maternal hostility and rejection, paternal disinterest, and school phobia. The dynamic formulation was in the category of passive-aggressive personality. Follow-up revealed that the children had made a surprisingly good adjustment but the mother remained unchanged.

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Blos, P., Jr. (1967). Archives of General Psychiatry. XIII, 1965. Psychoanal. Q., 36:145-145

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