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It is always useful to review an article’s bibliography and references to get a deeper understanding of the psychoanalytic concepts and theoretical framework in it.

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(1950). Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CX, 1949: Diagnostic Problems in Early Schizophrenia. Norman Mace, Salmon A. Koff, Irving Chelnek, and Sol L. Garfield. Pp. 336–346.. Psychoanal Q., 19:449.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CX, 1949: Diagnostic Problems in Early Schizophrenia. Norman Mace, Salmon A. Koff, Irving Chelnek, and Sol L. Garfield. Pp. 336–346.

(1950). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 19:449

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CX, 1949: Diagnostic Problems in Early Schizophrenia. Norman Mace, Salmon A. Koff, Irving Chelnek, and Sol L. Garfield. Pp. 336–346.

Case material is used to demonstrate the difficulties of differential diagnosis in schizophrenia. The authors are involved in making such a differential in purely descriptive terms, with necessarily more subjective than dynamic formulations, and without such concepts as projection, object relation, and reality testing. They recognize the fact that Kasanin, Zilboorg, and Sullivan used the terms 'neurotic schizophrenia', 'ambulatory schizophrenia' and 'incipient schizophrenia' respectively and that these terms may describe the same group of cases which they now wish to designate by 'chronic incipient schizophrenia'.

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Article Citation

(1950). Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. CX, 1949. Psychoanal. Q., 19:449

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