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100). Williams is not here claiming that psychotic speech peculiarities can be precisely mapped, but that generally they are different to those typically found in brain-damaged subjects. This excellent little book gathers together some of the best recent research in the field. 57. H. Weil-Malherbe; paper in Adv. Enzymol. vol. 29 (1967); cited in A. A. Boulton, op. cit. 58. C. Rosenbaum; paper in Journal of Nervous and Mental Disorders vol. 146 (1968); cited in Boulton 59. A. R. Kaplan in Nature vol.
S. Ross 'An Autistic Child' Pediatric Conferences (United Hospitals of Newark, New Jersey) vol. 2 No. 2 (1959), pp. 1-13 68. N. Malamud 'Heller's Disease and Childhood Schizophrenia' American Journal of Psychiatry vol. 116 ( 1959) pp. ) 69. B. Rimland op. cit. p. 708 70. Jan. A. Book 'Genetical Aspects of Schizophrenic Psychoses' in D. D. ) op. cit. 71. This notion is developed in Warren Torgerson's book Theory and Method of Scaling John Wiley (1958), esp. pp. 21-2, and is taken up by Aaron V. Cicourel Method and Measurement in Sociology Free Press, Glencoe ( 1964) Chapter One.
60 No. 3 (1960) pp. 412-16 56. Moyra Williams Brain Damage and the Mind Penguin (1970). 'Speech is disturbed in psychiatric patients as well as those with focal cerebral lesions but in general the psychotic speech disorders can be distinguished from those due to focal cerebral lesions' (p. 100). Williams is not here claiming that psychotic speech peculiarities can be precisely mapped, but that generally they are different to those typically found in brain-damaged subjects. This excellent little book gathers together some of the best recent research in the field.
Approaches to Insanity: A Philosophical and Sociological Study by Jeff Coulter