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Levinson, G. (1953). Samiksa, Journal of the Indian Psychoanalytical Society, 5, 1951, No. 1 and 2.: Edmund Bergler. 'The Patient's Suffering During Analysis—A Technical Mistake on the Part of the Analyst.'. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 34:75.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Samiksa, Journal of the Indian Psychoanalytical Society, 5, 1951, No. 1 and 2.: Edmund Bergler. 'The Patient's Suffering During Analysis—A Technical Mistake on the Part of the Analyst.'

(1953). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 34:75

Samiksa, Journal of the Indian Psychoanalytical Society, 5, 1951, No. 1 and 2.: Edmund Bergler. 'The Patient's Suffering During Analysis—A Technical Mistake on the Part of the Analyst.'

Gordon Levinson

Case material is given to support the author's contention that the 'suffering' patients endure in analysis, in connection with unsatisfied transference desires, debunking of rationalizations, and difficulty of free-association, is 'at bottom the patient's untouched psychic masochism'.

It is stated that all the phases of development which follow the basic oral stage 'are but desperate rescue and survival attempts to escape from the oral-masochistic danger'.

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Article Citation

Levinson, G. (1953). Samiksa, Journal of the Indian Psychoanalytical Society, 5, 1951, No. 1 and 2.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 34:75

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