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Resident in Psychiatry, Mass. Mental Health Center, and Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.
For one family data are presented to suggest that the specific stress of psychosis in a relative can serve as one of the major precipitating factors in what otherwise might appear to be a largely genetically determined psychosis.
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