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Some Typical Problems in Abnormal Psychology
The Normal Individual
Some Different Types of Normal Individual
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Abnormal Psychology activity adjustive reactions adult anesthesia appears aroused aspects assume attitude autosexual baffling situation become behavior believe catalepsy Chap child compensatory complex concept conscious consequently day-dreaming defective definite delusions desire dissociation dreams emotional environment experience experimenter expression extent extreme extrovert fact factors fear feeble-minded feelings of inferiority frequently Freud girl given homosexual hypnosis hypnotic hysteria hysterical indi individual's inferiority complex inhibited innate dispositions insomnia integration intelligence introvert Janet less lower animals manic-depressive psychosis manifest manner masturbation McDougall mental deficiency mental disorders mother nature neurasthenic neuroses normal individual object observed opposite sex paranoia patient perceive perhaps person phenomena phobia physical post-hypnotic amnesia psychosis react reader repressed respect result Sally schizophrenia seems sentiment of self-regard sex organs sexual significance sleep social somnambulism speak stimulus subconscious suggestion symptoms tend tendency theory things tion true usually various vidual waking woman writer