psychotic person

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A psychotic person will find a psychotic solution to Oedipal conflict.
Sollish's psychotic delusions are reality-based rather than the stereotypical delusions of a psychotic person who conjures up space ships and aliens, he said.
The plight of the Western schizophrenic person and the way in which the social role and alienation of the psychotic person shape the course of the illness are examined in Chapter 8.
Cronenberg and screenwriter Patrick McGrath, who adapted his own novel, use the same strategy as the makers of the most popular recent film about a person with schizophenia, "A Beautiful Mind," insofar as they draw us into the action as it is perceived by the psychotic person.
56) Similarly, Jung acknowledges that fragments of archetypal spiritual themes and symbols occur frequently in the experiences of psychotic persons, but points out that "the associations are unsystematic, abrupt, grotesque, absurd and correspondingly difficult if not impossible to understand.