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Wendigo Psychosis

Published Online: 07 Jan 2020
Page range: 213 - 216
Received: 23 Jul 2019
Accepted: 27 Nov 2019
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Introduction: Wendigo psychosis is considered an endemic psychiatric disorder associated with culture. It manifests through compulsive, strong attacks of cannibalistic behaviors. It mainly concerns Algonquian: Cree tribes and people living in the Northern Ojibwa area.

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