Psychoanalysis, speech, language

@article{Vulevi2011PsychoanalysisSL,
  title={Psychoanalysis, speech, language},
  author={Gordana Vulevi{\'c}},
  journal={Theoria},
  year={2011},
  volume={54},
  pages={105-115}
}
Psychoanalytical situation is mainly speech relation, a speech event. Speech communication cannot be reduced to semantic domain. To speak is not solely to say. Speech can have concrete effects. In psychoanalytical situation, as in any speech relation, listener is exposed to both prosodic effects and effects of words. At primitive mental organizations, inability of semiotization of inner states leads to specific intrusion of prosodic elements in subject's speech. These acoustic… Expand