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schizophrenogenic

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Tending to produce or develop schizophrenia.

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  • adj. Of, or relating to, schizophrenogenesis

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Examples

  • On another point, the wonderful therapist Frieda Fromm-Reichman, whose humanity and caring come through in her willingness to go where her patients were (an example in the popular literature can be found in Joanne Greenberg's novel I Never Promised You a Rose Garden), also gave us the mistaken etiologic idea of the "schizophrenogenic" mother.

    'The Enemy of the Mind': An Exchange

  • Silvano Arieti and others argued that schizophrenia could be understood as an injury to the inner self inflicted by psychologically invasive, "schizophrenogenic" parents.

    Psychology Wiki - Recent changes [en]

  • [[Theodore Lidz]], [[Silvano Arieti]] and others argued that schizophrenia could be understood as an injury to the inner self inflicted by psychologically invasive, "schizophrenogenic" parents.

    Psychology Wiki - Recent changes [en]

  • China maintains something of a schizophrenogenic relationship with its foreign English teachers.

    Is Teaching English in China Really for You? « Articles « Literacy News

  • How long can this schizophrenogenic behavior go on before it essentially cripples those same patriots--because their service and their patriotism can be rendered criminal on the slightest whim of this unprincipled coxcomb?

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Fourthly, is General Abizaid a pawn of the Bush administration whose role is to carry out, in some schizophrenogenic way, the will of George Bush to stay in Iraq for the unstated purposes of occupation and oil domination?

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  • Furthermore, there were the tendencies of many psychoanalysts to blame others, usually the parents (as in the case of the erroneous concept of the "schizophrenogenic mother") and to minimize the factors of child abuse and molestation; all this was unfair and incorrect and led to much improperly imposed suffering, although certainly on a lesser scale than Marx's.

    The Unknown Freud: An Exchange

  • No scientist takes seriously the notion of the psychologically schizophrenogenic mother or that an imbalance of intrapsychic forces can result in schizophrenia.

    The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry

  • In the 1960s and '70s, many psychiatrists and medical school textbooks perpetuated the myth of the' schizophrenogenic mother, 'in which a mother's personality was viewed as the source of

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