Twentieth Century Psychology: Recent Developments in Psychology

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serve itself, to continue its existence. This nearness to phenomenal death, to a complete disintegration of the ego, forces the ego to form stabilizing relationships with any developing behavioral object. This includes those phenomenal objects which have geographical counterparts, such as other people. The schizophrenic condition involves the ignoring by the ego of any perceptual object having a geographical counterpart. This closeness to complete ego disintegration forces the ego to drop this ignoring attitude and to grasp any behavioral object which may lend its support. The development of these new ego relationships is the cure.
The psychotherapeutic implication which should follow from this hypothesis would be for the clinician, serving as a behavioral object to the patient, to establish rapport immediately following the coma and during the early stages of the behavioral rearticulation. The medical treatment alone is not sufficient; it merely affords the proper psychological setting for the development of the desired ego relationship.
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