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An effect of pharmacotherapy on the psychoanalytic process: case report of a modified analysis.
  • H. Wylie, M. Wylie
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The American journal of psychiatry
  • 1 April 1987
A woman who had appeared suitable for psychoanalysis was persistently unable to develop an analyzable transference. Her history, as it unfolded during analysis, suggested a form of atypicalExpand
A multiple family group approach to some problems of adolescence.
Effects of imipramine on anxiety and hostility levels
Summary1.An initial longitudinal study of the psychologic effects of imipramine on one patient in which the active drug was alternated with a placebo, led to short term studies on four otherExpand
The older analysand: countertransference issues in psychoanalysis.
The apparent reluctance among analysts to begin an analysis with a patient beyond his or her fifth decade, a view first articulated by Freud, is examined as an instance of counter-transferenceExpand
EVALUATION OF THE PHYSICAL EXAMINATION AS PART OF PSYCHIATRIC CLINIC INTAKE PRACTICE.
Islands and Exiles: The Creole Identities of Post/Colonial Literature
Part I. Introductions: 1. Within the shady hold of modernity: a preface to Creolization 2. A glow of after-memory: (beyond) identity politics in postcolonial literature and theory Part II.Expand
Contemporary African Literature
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