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  • E Balint
  • 1987
During the first few years of his analysis Mr Smith had no mental or visual memories. He had body memories in so far as his body both looked like a baby, and behaved in a baby-like way on the couch. There were no words to describe the baby or his environment. He was a baby who could not think or communicate verbally. He made strange noises, but each day was(More)
It is evident from the mentioned studies that the medical and psychosocial effects of khat chewing are hazardous both to the individual and the community. The habituation of khat chewing seriously effects the psychoeconomic structure of the subject. Being aware of the increasing prevalence of khat chewing (often together with other drugs), it is essential(More)
OBJECTIVE Biomedical investment trends in 2015 show a huge decrease of investment in gastroenterology. Since academic research usually provides the basis for industrial research and development (R&D), our aim was to understand research trends in the field of gastroenterology over the last 50 years and identify the most endangered areas. METHODS We(More)
  • E Balint
  • 1976
The psychoanalyst has much to contribute to medicine, more through the teaching of observational skills and an appreciation of relationships than through the teaching of psychoanalytic technique or languate itself. The analyst can promote tolerance in the physician of the unusual, an examination of the impediments of habitual ways of working and seeing, and(More)
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