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Psychiatry pp 365-368 | Cite as

Compulsion : Its Role in Regulating Healthy Human Relationships

  • L. Courth-van der Plaats

Abstract

Preparing this paper I got a distress-warrant from the tax-collector’s office. A printed letter in archaic Dutch, of which the compulsive tone could not be misunderstood. The office is nearly nextdoor to our facility, so I only had to tell our neighbours they had made a mistake. As their computer declared I was right, I could go on elaborating “compulsion”.

Keywords

Everyday Experience Pulsive Tone Loud Music Compulsory Measure Existential Experience 
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References

  1. Niemantsverdriet, J.R. & Van der Plaats, L. “The Dr. Henri van der Hoeven Kliniek” in: Feldbrugge, J.T.T.M. & Werdmüller von Elgg, Y.A. “Involuntary Institutionalization. Changing concepts in the Treatment of Delinquency”. Excerpta Medica, Amsterdam — Oxford — Princeton, 1981. Google Scholar
  2. Frosch, J.P. “The treatment of antisocial and borderline disorders” in: Hospital and Community Psychiatry 34, 1983, 243–248.Google Scholar

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© Plenum Press, New York 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • L. Courth-van der Plaats
    • 1
  1. 1.Dr. Henri van der Hoeven KliniekUtrechtNetherlands

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