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Bos P. 
“Use of lysergic acid diethylamide in child psychiatry.”. 
Ceskoslovenska.Psychiatrie.. 1971;67(4):237-241.
The experiences of an Argentine child psychiatrist and others in the use of lysergic acid diethylamide primarily in psychotic children as an aid in psychotherapy or as a sole means of medicinal treatment are encouraging, despite the ; existence of certain possible genetic risks. In a test with children in Czechoslovakia in 1967, an attempt was made to analyze lysergic acid diethylamide intoxication. The first subject was a child aged 6 years with pseudodefects. Intoxica - tion progressed roughly in 3 phases. In a patient aged 14 years, severe regressive behavior was noted. In the case of a child aged 3 who received lysergic acid diethylamide, the mother was a schizophrenic. The child urgently sought tactile contact. Towards the end of the session, he ver - balized and overcame his fear of water, which leads to psychotrauma in early childhood. These and similar experiments have led Czech researchers in the field to study the dynamics of regression, the early structure of childhood per - sonality, and the possibilities of intensive utiliza - tion of psychotogens. 23 references.
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