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The psychopathic personalities

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The psychopathic personalities are discussed in a number of chapters in this manual. Beringer discusses the problem of schizoids, Lange commemorates the psychopathic offshoots of the manic-depressive, Gruhle takes a position on the epileptoids, and Kehrer's main focus is on paranoid and paranoid psychopaths. When depicting the addicts, Meggendoreer touches on relevant issues. The chapter by Schultz concerns the psychopaths insofar as they are examined here from the side of the general nervous disposition, whereby an attempt is made to understand the expressions of this disposition not only from the purely psychological, but also from the physical side (vegetative nervous system ) to meet. Brauk's endeavors are aimed at working out the psychogenic reactions which, although they are not the sole property of psychopaths, represent a domain of psychopathic manifestations. As if that weren't enough, many passages in this handbook think of the importance that psychopathic predisposition has for the emergence, development and configuration of psychotic disorders. Finally, the extent to which psychopaths and how far psychopaths play a role in social and cultural contexts is also discussed (Birnbaum, Vorkastner).

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