Family relationships and relatives' attitudes affecting improvement or lack of improvement of hospitalized schizophrenic patients
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That interpersonal relationships within the family may have a direct influence upon the development of schizophrenia is a fact well-recognized by authors. In recent years the exact role of the mother-child relationship in the etiology of schizophrenia has especially been the subject of a great deal of investigation. As a result of these investigations there has been developed the concept of the "schizophrenogenic mother." Tietze's findings are characteristic.
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