Hysteroid defenses

Dr. Krohn concludes his study by elaborating three definitions: hysteric personality (a personality configuration that does not imply the presence of psychopathology), hysteric neurosis or hysteria (where conflicts and symptoms of neurotic turmoil occur within the hysteric personality and are recognized as maladaptive by the patient), and hysteric character (where the expression of unconscious conflicts has become indistinguishable from basic attitudes and coping modes and thus not considered by the conscious ego to be a source of difficulty or in need of change). Conversion symptoms, he suggests, are physical symptoms that are a direct outgrowth of neurotic conflict within the hysteric personality (although he emphasizes that they can also be symptomatic of many other psychological conditions).

Hysteroid defenses

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