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- archaic term for schizophrenia
- ‘He was suffering from total amnesia and dementia praecox and was duly incarcerated in an asylum in Rodez in central France.’
- ‘Emil Kraepelin proposed links between dementia praecox and hormones in 1892.’
- ‘Or is she suffering from what German psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin called dementia praecox, the antecedent of today's schizophrenia?’
- ‘Schizophrenia, which used to be called early dementia or dementia praecox, is a devastating mental illness.’
- ‘Among the illnesses he described were manic-depression and dementia praecox, a disorder renamed schizophrenia (split mind) by the Swiss psychiatrist Eugene Bleuler in 1911.’
Latin, literally early insanity.
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