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The prevalence of SPD is 0.5% (i.e., 1 in 200) (Insel, Quigley, & Kapur, 2001) but as it is not a well-known psychiatric disorder, there are no reliable epidemiological data about it. The first case of SPD was published by Bleuler (1911) and the index case of folie deux was described by Freud (1903). In later years, it was called folie à double fond (French) or folie forte (German), namely, double-foolishness or strong folly. It is also known as folie contagieuse, folie partagée, folie systématique, folie multiplex, and folie multiplex – folie multiple (Wehmeier et al., 2003; Petrikis et al., 2003; Oosterhuis, 2007; Newman & Harbit, 2010). Current diagnostic criteria according to DSM-IV-TR and ICD-10, as well as good contemporary publications are listed in Table 1. They include a diagnosis of SPD when one individual develops psychotic symptoms as a result of being in the same room or near the other person for long periods of time, such as in abusive situations. Recently, new developments have been introduced in the German standard of social psychiatry, which allows for a diagnosis of SPD (and other psychiatric disorders) in cases of prolonged exposure to a delusional person (Petrikis et al., 2003; Oosterhuis, 2007; Oosterhuis, Homburger, & Ludewig, 2008). On the other hand, psychoanalysts question the possibility of inducing psychological disorders, and object to any kind of pathologization of healthy interpersonal relationships (Oosterhuis, 2007).