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Devereux, G. (1966). Mumbling—The Relationship Between a Resistance and Frustrated Auditory Curiosity in Childhood. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 14:478-484.

(1966). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 14:478-484

Mumbling—The Relationship Between a Resistance and Frustrated Auditory Curiosity in Childhood

George Devereux, Ph.D.

SUMMARY

A female analysand's mumbling, which at first made the use of the couch impossible, disappeared when it was interpreted to her as the blurring of sexual sounds and as a defense against auditory curiosity and conditional exhibitionism. A supplementary example

demonstrates the relationship between auditory inhibition and the auditory perception of the primal scene. Psychoanalytic literature on voice production is surprisingly small (5) and much remains to be done in this, both clinically and theoretically important, field.

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