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(1967). Psychiatric Quarterly. XXXIX, 1965: Obsessional Paranoid Syndromes. G. J. Goldberg. Pp. 43-63.. Psychoanal Q., 36:321.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:321

Psychiatric Quarterly. XXXIX, 1965: Obsessional Paranoid Syndromes. G. J. Goldberg. Pp. 43-63.

Four cases are described in which paranoid and obsessional elements predominate the psychopathology. In some the mechanisms exist simultaneously, in others they appear to alternate. The author discusses some of the literature on the relationship between obsessional states and schizophrenia. Some observers may disagree with the nonpsychotic designation by the author in view of the frankly delusional nature of some of the obsessions.

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(1967). Psychiatric Quarterly. XXXIX, 1965. Psychoanal. Q., 36:321

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