The effect of conflictual material upon process and reactive schizophrenic patients
Cohen, Richard Michael
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From an analysis of the research and clinical literature certain expectations were derived for differentiating between process and reactive patients and a normal group in emotional and cognitive response than the normal to the conflictual situations. It was further hypothesized that the process schizophrenic would evidence greater "cognitive interference" effects in stories told to conflictual stimuli than either the reactive schizophrenic or the normal and that the patterns of these conflict areas would differentiate the three groups. [TRUNCATED]
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