The purpose of this thesis is to present the results of a study on partial perceptual isolation in mentally disturbed individuals which has yielded some new information about the problem of depersonalization and body-scheme. The nature of the methodology, and the material used, seems to warrant some clarification of the motives for this study. The impetus for the investigation came from three different lines of inquiry: (a) - The problem of disorganization of the individual in psychotherapy which, under certain conditions, may yield beneficial results.
|Contributors||Scott, W. (Supervisor)|
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|Type||Electronic Thesis or Dissertation|
|Coverage||Master of Science. (Department of Health Sciences.)|
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