The contribution of the analyst's actions to mutative action: a developmental perspective.

  • Alan Sugarman
  • Published 2009 in The Psychoanalytic study of the child
The concept of action has evolved since Freud's initial attempts to adticdress the topic. It is no longer viewed as just serving a defensive function. Instead it is increasingly seen as a mode of experiencing and n, communicating, one that is less developmentally advanced than the verbal one usually emphasized in psychoanalysis. Research from many fields… (More)