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A critical dictionary of psychoanalysis
The aim of this reference work is both to provide a definition of the technical terms used in psychoanalysis, and to emphasize the philosophical, theoretical and semantic issues raised by particularExpand
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On Beginning Treatment
In ‘On Beginning Treatment’ I compare and contrast the ‘correct’ procedure for beginning an analysis that I was taught in the 1940s with how I begin treatment now in the 1990s. I argue that myExpand
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The innocence of dreams
Charles Rycroft believes that dreams are no guilty fantasies, no abnormal states, but innocent flights of the imagination, released from the censorship of the waking mind. In this intelligent,Expand
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Anxiety and neurosis
Anxiety may be debilitating or stimulating; it can result in neurotic symptoms or in improved, heightened performance in an actor or athlete. It is something every human being has experienced.AsExpand
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Psychoanalysis and beyond
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The nature and function of the analyst's communication to the patient.
  • C. Rycroft
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The International journal of psycho-analysis
  • 1 November 1956
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Why Analysts Need Their Patients’Transferences
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Imagination and reality: psycho-analytical essays 1951-1961;
A collection of essays, introduced by Masud Khan and J.D. Sutherland, on a variety of subjects including: observations on a case of vertigo; on idealization, illusion, and catastrophic disillusion;Expand
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An enquiry into the function of words in the psycho-analytical situation.
  • C. Rycroft
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The International journal of psycho-analysis
  • 1 September 1958
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Two notes on idealization, illusion and disillusion as normal and abnormal psychological processes.
  • C. Rycroft
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The International journal of psycho-analysis
  • 1 March 1955
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