Definition of Infantilisms
1. infantilism [n] - See also: infantilism
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Literary usage of Infantilisms
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1. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1916)
"It is this which makes them symptoms of sickness and infantilisms and renders them unsafe as guides for conduct in a relatively complex environment. ..."
2. A General introduction to psychoanalysis by Sigmund Freud (1920)
"And second: We must accredit all these infantilisms which once were governing, and solely governing, to the unconscious, about which our ideas now change ..."
3. The Psychology of Functional Neuroses by Harry Levi Hollingworth (1920)
"The concept is however more picturesque than descriptive, since the alleged "infantilisms" are with a surprising in- frequency at all like the actual ..."
4. Practice of Medicine by Frederick Tice (1921)
"N. iconog. de la Salpetriere, 1908, xxi, 297 and 421. The Question of infantilisms. (Encore sur la question des infan- ..."
5. The Ductless Glandular Diseases by Wilhelm Falta (1916)
"In recent time, especially E. Levi has opposed the views of Brissaud, in that he mentions that not all the true infantilisms are to be referred to an ..."
6. Annual Report of the Managers and Officers by Craig Colony for Epileptics (1918)
"Patient is an inferior, has many infantilisms. As a child was decidedly psycho-neurotic. At the age of 3 or 4 years had mild seizures, and at 13 years had ..."
7. Human Nature and Conduct: An Introduction to Social Psychology by John Dewey (1922)
"... 93 Industry, 11 infantilisms, 98 Instinct, not fixed, 149-168; and knowledge, 178; see Impulse Institutions, 9, 80, 102, 111, 166 Intelligence, 10, 13, ..."
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