Definition of Paranoics
1. paranoic [n] - See also: paranoic
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Literary usage of Paranoics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Text-book of Psychiatry for Physicians and Students by Leonardo Bianchi (1906)
"Auditory hallucinations are most frequently met with in paranoics, persecuted and persecutors ; the visual are most frequent in religious ..."
2. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1893)
"A detailed account of observed " degeneration in the style of paranoics," illustrated by numerous citations in prose and in verse, from the original ..."
3. American Medicine (1911)
"It frequently is a matter of marked chagrin that these paranoics during trial, will manifest absolutely no evidence of mental degeneration. ..."
4. Alienist and Neurologist (1892)
"But with the morbid exaltation of the ego, so commonly observed in paranoics, he was not content to serve as a private in the ranks of ordinary anarchists, ..."
5. Being Well-born: An Introduction to Eugenics by Michael Frederic Guyer (1916)
"paranoics are peculiar in that they are particularly apt to attack ... Two if not three of our murdered presidents owe their assassinations to paranoics. ..."
6. Department of Defense Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program Avip: Unproven edited by Dan Burton (2000)
"Ronald Blanck, "Ignore the paranoics: The Vaccine is Safe," Army Times, Feb. 2, 1999, p. 12. 81 Bradley Graham, "Anthrax Shots Missing Targets? ..."