Rethinking the Role of Small-Group Collaborators and Adversaries in the London Kleinian Development (1914–1968)

@article{Aguayo2016RethinkingTR,
  title={Rethinking the Role of Small-Group Collaborators and Adversaries in the London Kleinian Development (1914–1968)},
  author={J. Aguayo and Agnes M. Regeczkey},
  journal={The Psychoanalytic Quarterly},
  year={2016},
  volume={85},
  pages={695 - 725}
}
The authors historically situate the London Kleinian development in terms of the small-group collaborations and adversaries that arose during the course of Melanie Klein’s career. Some collaborations later became personally adversarial (e.g., those Klein had with Glover and Schmideberg); other adversarial relationships forever remained that way (with A. Freud); while still other long-term collaborations became theoretically contentious (such as with Winnicott and Heimann). After the… Expand
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