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The Psychological Estimation of the Effects of Certain Drugs Upon the Syntonic and Schizophrenic Psychoses: With a Brief Inquiry into a Physiological Basis of Temperament.∗

  • John H. Ewen (a1)
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Reactions produced by experience fall into two great groups. The larger group consists of the reactions of those individuals whose mental mechanisms are accurately attuned to the demands of life; the smaller group is composed of the reactions of those unfortunates who are unable to adjust or adapt their mental processes to the ever-increasing complexities of civilization. The individuals forming the former group are called normal. Kræpelin termed the mal-adjustments of those in the latter group the “biogenic psychoses.”

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The Psychological Estimation of the Effects of Certain Drugs Upon the Syntonic and Schizophrenic Psychoses: With a Brief Inquiry into a Physiological Basis of Temperament.∗

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