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Charcot's school also recognize the existence of compound conditions, the history of whose symptoms we must not follow here.
Charcot had shown that such "nervous shock," with the chain of resulting symptoms, is nothing more or less than hysteria.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 1 (of 6)|Havelock Ellis
Reference will be made later to a tic of this kind attributed by Charcot to imitation.
Charcot, however, drew a sharp line of distinction between them, although they may co-exist in the same individual.
Charcot used to speak of tics of the mind revealing themselves by tics of the body.