Paranoid phenomena and pathological narcissism

Garfield, David; Havens, Leston
April 1991
American Journal of Psychotherapy;Apr1991, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p160
Academic Journal
Suggests that paranoid phenomena is influenced by pathological narcissism. Investigation of the schools of psychoanalysis and developments in the understanding of narcissism; Roles of the ego-ideal, self-objects and deficits in the capacity for self-determination.


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