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ManicDepressive Symptoms Directly Referable
The Three Imperial Moods of the Manic
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adaptive integration altruistic amnesia attitude catatonic stupor characteristic child clinical condition Conduct Type conflict confusion proper cycloid delusion-formation delusions demented dementia determined diagram disease disintegrative process disparate impulses dream E-disposition effect egotism egotistic emotional expression extroactive extrospectiveness fact fantasy fatigue feeling of inadequacy feeling of unreality function hebephrenic Helge Lundholm Huck imperial moods indefinite sway individual instance instinctive intermediate layers interpretation introversion involved Kretschmer latter level of profundity liability for tantrum manic manic-depressive disorder manic-depressive patient manic-depressive psychosis manifestations McLean Hospital meaning mental merely mind monograph normal objective reality obsessional onset outer layer paranoid personality phase Professor McDougall profundity of disintegration pseudo-stuporous patient psychiatrists psychology R-function reaction refer result retardation schizo schizoid seclusive second level seems sentiment social sphere stupor subconscious subjective reality-sphere sublimation suggested sulking sway of activity symptoms tendency theory thinking third level tion toxic trait true urge vasomotorium William McDougall wish