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Hysterical psychosis

a historical survey

by Katrien Libbrecht

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Published by Transaction Publishers in New Brunswick, N.J., U.S.A .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hysteria -- Research -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [247]-275) and index.

    StatementKatrien Libbrecht.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC532 .L49 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 283 p. ;
    Number of Pages283
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1084879M
    ISBN 10156000181X
    LC Control Number94008720

    Hysterical psychosis does not appear to be a special clinical entity, distinguishable from other reactive/psychogenic psychoses in the short term and from other nonaffective functional psychoses. The very existence of hysterical psychosis as a diagnostic entity has been questioned as part of the general difficulty in defining both hysteria and psychosis. However, several recent investigatio.

    The majority of the patients fulfilled the criteria for hysterical psychosis as defined by Hollender and Hirsch. We think that these disorders are well delimited, both clinically and nosologically, not having received up until now an exact placing in modern classification systems (DSM-III, ICD, etc.). @book{, author = {Libbrecht, Katrien}, language = {eng}, title = {Hysterical Psychosis: A Historical Survey, New Brunswick NJ/London, Trans action, , p.}, }.

    Genre/Form: Electronic books History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Libbrecht, Katrien. Hysterical Psychosis: A Historical Survey. Somerset: Taylor and.   The last section of the book deals with the current reemergence of hysterical psychosis from the s to the s. Libbrecht provides a historical survey of the most important psychiatric and psychoanalytic references on hysterical psychosis, as well .


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Hysterical Psychosis is divided into three sections. The first part of the book carries the reader back to the second half of the nineteenth century, the heyday of the study of hysteria on the eve of the discovery of by: 4.

Hysterical Psychosis is divided into three sections. The first part of the book carries Hysterical psychosis book reader back to the second half of the nineteenth century, the heyday of the study of hysteria on the eve of the discovery of psychonanalysis.

Lacanian psychoanalysis acknowledges the prevalence of psychotic phenomena in hysteria, notably a type of hysteria which may display psychotic features, but hardly pays it any specific attention. American Postfreudian psychoanalysis becomes a psychology of the : Katrien Libbrecht.

This chapter argues that the fin de siecle is a prime period for the study of hysteria. Both neurologists and psychiatrists concentrate on hysteria and hysterical madness to subsequently dispose of it, after the failure of their knowledge on the Hysterical psychosis book.

This denotation of hysterical madness as a distinct clinical entity precedes the neurological emancipation of hysteria, in line with what psychoanalysis will develop. Towards the turn of the century hysteria as neurosis will let itself be characterized more and more clearly by physical disorders and psychosis more and more by mental disorders.

Summary The concept of hysterical psychosis (HP) suffered a curious fate in the history of psychiatry. Important observations were made about the phenomenology of HP and its curability through psyc Hysterical Psychosis - Psychosis, Trauma and Dissociation - Wiley Online Library Skip.

While the term "hysterical psychosis" appears to have been used in the literature on cross-cultural psychopathology partly because of nosological difficulties, the author feels that it may describe Hysterical Psychosis: The Cross-Cultural Evidence | American Journal of Psychiatry.

Abstract. The term hysterical psychosis has been in common usage for longer than half a century, but it has never become part of the standard nomenclature. Indeed, there is no single article in the literature in which hysterical psychosis as an entity is described and the subject discussed. We have set down how the term is used to provide a fixed point of reference for support or criticism.

The objective of this study was to evaluate the agreement between the diagnoses of reactive and hysterical psychosis obtained using ICD-9 criteria with those obtained using the DSM-III-R, DSM-IV, ICD and PSE diagnostic systems.

A total of 67 case notes were identified in which the above diagnoses had been made: 27 cases with ICD-9 'hysteria. From the s onward articles here and there are published on hysterical psychosis, a specific psychosis which supposedly distinguishes itself from schizophrenia by its transience and its curability.

SUMMARY. Clinical features of 88 patients diagnosed as having hysterical psychosis are analysed and compared with those of an equal number of catatoaic schizophrenics and conversion reaction.

Hysterical psychosis is characterised by acute onset. often following the occurence of an emotionally disturbing event, absence of any characteristic thought disturbance, and volatility. Rather than being the end product of a single process, hysterical psychosis may result from three different processes.

To sharpen the focus on this often elusive entity, the authors discuss the thr. Hysterical Psychosis: A Historical Survey by Katrien Libbrecht () Hardcover – January 1, See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — Manufacturer: Transaction Publishers. Hysterical Psychosis is divided into three sections.

The first part of the book carries the reader back to the second half of the nineteenth century, the heyday of the study of hysteria on the eve.

An invaluable sourcebook on the complex relationship between psychosis, trauma, and dissociation, thoroughly revised and updated. This revised and updated second edition of Psychosis, Trauma and Dissociation offers an important resource that takes a wide-ranging and in-depth look at the multifaceted relationship between trauma, dissociation and psychosis.

Abstract In this paper Reactive Dissociative Psychosis (RDP) is seen as a post-traumatic stress response and as a subcategory of Brief Reactive Psychosis (BRP). A review of the literature and the evolution of RDP from Hysteria and Hysterical Psychosis are given. Brief psychotic disorder ⁠— according to the classifications of mental disorders DSM-IV-TR and DSM-5 ⁠— is a psychotic condition involving the sudden onset of at least one psychotic symptom (such as incoherence, delusions, hallucinations, or grossly disorganized or catatonic behavior) lasting 1 day to 1 month, often accompanied by emotional turmoil.

Save on Hysterical Psychosis by Katrien Libbrecht. Shop your textbooks from Zookal AU today. Hysteria as a neurosis seems to have disappeared altogether from the psychiatric manuals; but there are articles here and there, particularly in the United States and France, which advocate the existe.

Hysterical Psychosis: A Historical Survey by Katrien Libbrecht. Transaction Publishers. Hardcover. GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text.

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--W. Vandereycken, Dutch Journal of Psychiatry "[Hysterical Psychosis] offers the first complete and authoritative history study of this fascinating subject. This is a highly valuable and informative volume for students of psychology and psychiatry as well as the history of medicine.".

With Hysterical Psychosis in a Navajo Girl 15 the approach of menarche, Elena became freer to acknowledge her griefs and disappointments, both in therapy and with her family. The organizing effect of sexual maturation appears to have contributed to increased tolerance of depression and anxiety, accompanied by remis sion of neurotic symptoms.

PSEUDOPSYCHOSIS AND REACTIVE PSYCHOSIS Interestingly, many clinicians in the United States equate the term hysterical psychosis with the term reactive psychosis, as, for example, Pincus and Tucker do in their discussion of the differential diagnosis of schizophrenia. 21 Hollender and Hirsch also recognized a possible relationship to the.

Freud sometimes describes psychosis as an aggravated neurosis and Henry Ey thinks of neurosis as “a first degree of fall in psychosis”.

Invan der Hart et al. [ 13 ] suggest the term of dissociative reactive psychosis, instead of hysterical psychosis, diagnosed when an immersion in phenomena of traumatic origin becomes invasive for.