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Personality of the dyslexic child: Clinical data and contribution of projective techniques





Examined the personality disorders among relatively old dyslexic children. The degree of disorientation of these Ss parallels the degree of fragmentation of personality. In the Rorschach test and TAT, the image of the self is poorly differentiated from a poorly structured maternal image and suggests a primary defect of the mother-child relationship at a preobjectal level. The paternal function is obvious but ill-invested, resulting in a relationship between severe, persisting dyslexia and psychosis.

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