manic-depressive

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Aye, prodigious—and dangerous in his manic-depressive state.

The cases in this family seem all to be instances of manic-depressive insanity.

Occasionally it shows, superficially, a similarity to the manic-depressive type.

Such is our view of the etiology of manic-depressive insanity as a whole.

In most manic-depressive psychoses visits of relations have a bad effect.

Great difficulties are also met with in the manic-depressive group proper.

A book on "the psychology of manic-depressive insanity" will shortly appear by the editor.

This brings us to a form of insanity which the obsessive may well bear in mind, namely, that known as manic-depressive.

Kraepelin laid the foundations for systematic classification with his dementia prcox and manic-depressive groups.

Kraepelin recognizes, of course, the occurrence of stupor symptoms or states in the course of manic-depressive psychoses.

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