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CONCURRENT OBSERVATIONS OF BEHAVIOR CHANGES AND OF ADRENOCORTICAL VARIATIONS IN A CYCLOTHYMIC PATIENT DURING A PERIOD OF 12 MONTHS*

NICHOLAS D. RIZZO, M.D.; HENRY M. FOX, M.D.; JOHN C. LAIDLAW, M.D.; and GEORGE W. THORN, M.D., F.A.C.P.
Ann Intern Med. 1954;41(4):798-815. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-41-4-798
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I. REVIEW OF LITERATURE

II. PSYCHOLOGIC BACKGROUND

The Patient

Overactivity

Depression

Projection

Family

Previous Episodes

Hospitalization for Depression

Interval Between Hospitalization for Depression and Re-admission

III. CLINICAL COURSE DURING 12 MONTHS OF OBSERVATION

IV. RELATIONSHIP TO PSYCHOTHERAPIST

V. PSYCHOLOGIC INTERPRETATION

VI. BIOCHEMICAL STUDY DURING 12 MONTHS OF OBSERVATION

Method

Summary of Biochemical Findings

VII. INTERPRETATION OF BIOCHEMICAL FINDINGS

VIII. PSYCHOENDOCRINOLOGIC CORRELATION

Emotional drives and phantasy determine the response of the psychotic individual to a greater extent than is true of the non-psychotic, who is more directly influenced by external reality. Measurable biochemical changes presumably reflect this crucial shift in the

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