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Hearing what cannot be seen: a psychoanalytic research group's inquiry into female sexuality.
Advances in the theoretical understanding of female psychology are not easily integrated into psychoanalytic practice. This paper reports on a study of female psychology and clinical practice by aExpand
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The riddle of femininity: The interplay of primary femininity and the castration complex in analytic listening
This study elucidates the application of an analytic attitude to questions of gender and sexuality. The paper reports on a study group's exploration of the relative heuristic use of two importantExpand
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Perspectives Following Klein and Bion on the Development of the Internal World: Clinical Implications
Ed Tronick’s comprehensive theory of human development encompasses the psychological, neurobiological, and cultural to address how human beings make meaning. In addition to a large body ofExpand
Discussion of the case of Mariah
Problems of Internalization: a button Is a button Is—Not
  • S. Rockwell
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Psychoanalytic quarterly
  • 1 January 2014
Analysts hope to help the patient internalize a relationship with the analyst that contrasts with the original archaic object relation. In this paper, the author describes particular difficulties inExpand
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