Definition of Hebephrenics
1. hebephrenic [n] - See also: hebephrenic
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Literary usage of Hebephrenics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of Insanity by New York (State). State Lunatic Asylum (1906)
"The average specific gravity was 1020.5 for the hebephrenics. ... The average number of grammes of phosphates eliminated was 1.388 in the hebephrenics. ..."
2. The Unsound Mind and the Law: A Presentation of Forensic Psychiatry by George W. Jacoby (1918)
"A small number of hebephrenics recover to a certain degree after a lapse of time, ... The so-called cured hebephrenics usually fulfil the most unimportant ..."
3. A Clinical Manual of Mental Diseases by Francis Xavier Dercum (1917)
"In keeping with these facts, the tendency to systematization is least evident in the hebephrenics, slightly more evident in the ..."
4. Diet in Health and Disease by Julius Friedenwald, John Ruhräh (1907)
"... that in paralytics and hebephrenics the temperature increases up to 39-5° C. or more after slight muscular work (100 ..."
5. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by Philadelphia Neurological Society, American Neurological Association, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association (1915)
"... had acquired the property of complement binding with the serum of all dementia praecox cases, hebephrenics or ..."