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Smith, S.R. (1965). Psychoanalytic Review. LI, 1964, No. 3: Schizophrenic Development of Two Children. Lizzi Rosenberger and M. Woolf. Pp. 133-194.. Psychoanal Q., 34:623.
    
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychoanalytic Review. LI, 1964, No. 3: Schizophrenic Development of Two Children. Lizzi Rosenberger and M. Woolf. Pp. 133-194.

(1965). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 34:623

Psychoanalytic Review. LI, 1964, No. 3: Schizophrenic Development of Two Children. Lizzi Rosenberger and M. Woolf. Pp. 133-194.

Stewart R. Smith

Detailed histories of two psychotic children are presented; both cases ended in failure. The symptoms were autism, isolation, despondency, motoric unrest, aggression toward toys and persons that were seen as attempts at re-establishing contact with reality. In both cases the pathological personality of the father played a decisive role in the development of the daughter's abnormality; both mothers were weak and passively subordinate to their husbands. The realistic difficulties encountered by those working with psychotic children are described.

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Smith, S.R. (1965). Psychoanalytic Review. LI, 1964, No. 3. Psychoanal. Q., 34:623

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