Saint Laurent was at his best a genius, and at his worst a manic-depressive genius.
Kraepelin treats stupors occurring in manic-depressive insanity as falling into two groups, the depressive and manic.
Aye, prodigious—and dangerous in his manic-depressive state.
The intellectual processes suffer more seriously in stupor than in any other form of manic-depressive insanity.
The cases in this family seem all to be instances of manic-depressive insanity.
Since the prognosis is good, we feel obliged to classify this with the manic-depressive reactions.
Occasionally it shows, superficially, a similarity to the manic-depressive type.
A book on "the psychology of manic-depressive insanity" will shortly appear by the editor.
In most manic-depressive psychoses visits of relations have a bad effect.
In fact it is probable the true stupors may occur in epilepsy just as in dementia prcox or manic-depressive insanity.
Of, relating to, or affected by manic-depressive illness. n.
A person afflicted with manic-depressive illness.