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Nervous and Mental Diseases - Page 199
1915
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Harvard Law Review, Volume 29

Electronic journals - 1916
...up the study. The definition of pathological lying given in the introductory chapter is as follows: "Pathological lying is falsification entirely disproportionate...engaged in by a person who, at the time of observation, cannot definitely be declared insane, feeble-minded, or epileptic." This is, in a few words, the underlying...
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Psychological Bulletin, Volume 13

Electronic journals - 1916
...of criminal science monographs, being supplements to the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. " Pathological lying is falsification entirely disproportionate...engaged in by a person who, at the time of observation, cannot definitely be declared insane, feebleminded, or epileptic." The study is in line with the original...
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The Individual Delinquent: A Text-book of Diagnosis and Prognosis for All ...

William Healy - Crime - 1915 - 830 pages
...Self-Accusation. 350. Some Cases Prove to be Psychoses. PATHOLOGICAL LYING AND ACCUSATION'. 344. Definition: — Pathological lying is falsification...engaged in by a person who, at the time of observation, cannot definitely be declared insane, feebleminded, or epileptic. Such lying, rarely, if ever, centers...
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The Individual Delinquent: A Text-book of Diagnosis and Prognosis for All ...

William Healy - Crime - 1915 - 830 pages
...Self-Accusation. 350. Some Cases Prove to be Psychoses. PATHOLOGICAL LYING AND ACCUSATION. 344. Definition: — Pathological lying is falsification...engaged in by a 'person who, at the time of observation, cannot definitely be declared insane, feebleminded, or epileptic. Such lying, rarely, if ever, centers...
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Pathological Lying, Accusation, and Swindling: A Study in Forensic ..., Issue 1

William Healy, Mary Tenney Healy - Criminal anthropology - 1915 - 286 pages
...that formal, detailed contemplation of the subject should lead to seeing new lines of demarcation. Definition: Pathological lying is falsification entirely...engaged in by a person who, at the time of observation, cannot definitely be declared insane, feebleminded, or epileptic. Such lying rarely, if ever, centers...
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Pathological Lying, Accusation, and Swindling: A Study in Forensic ..., Issue 1

William Healy, Mary Tenney Healy - Criminal anthropology - 1915 - 286 pages
...that formal, detailed contemplation of the subject should lead to seeing new lines of demarcation. Definition: Pathological lying is falsification entirely...engaged in by a person who, at the time of observation, cannot definitely be declared insane, feebleminded, or epileptic. Such lying rarely, if ever, centers...
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United States Naval Medical Bulletin, Volume 10

Medicine - 1916
...class of individuals causes trouble in the service by false accusations and irregular practices. This pathological lying is falsification entirely disproportionate...by a person who at the time of observation can not be declared psychotic, feeble-minded, or epileptic. Such lying rarely, if ever, centers around a single...
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The Pedagogical Seminary, Volume 27

Child psychology - 1920
...such abnormalities we find the normal " writ large." William Healy has defined pathological lying as " falsification entirely disproportionate to any discernible...engaged in by a person, who at the time of observation, cannot definitely be declared insane, feeble-minded or epileptic." He found it to be a trait rather...
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The Pedagogical Seminary, Volume 27

Child psychology - 1920
...such abnormalities we find the normal " writ large." William Healy has defined pathological lying as " falsification entirely disproportionate to any discernible...engaged in by a person, who at the time of observation, cannot definitely be declared insane, feeble-minded or epileptic." He found it to be a trait rather...
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Illinois Law Review, Volume 11

Law - 1917
...singled out for study as being properly included under the term "pathological lying" is indicated by the definition: "Pathological lying is falsification entirely...engaged in by a person who, at the time of observation, cannot definitely be declared insane, feeble-minded, or epileptic." Similarly, pathological accusation...
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