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Simon, J. Fink, G. Gill, M.M. Endicott, N.A. Paul, I.H. (1970). Studies in Audio-Recorded Psychoanalysis—Ii. the Effect of Recording Upon the Analyst. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 18:86-101.
   

(1970). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 18:86-101

Studies in Audio-Recorded Psychoanalysis—Ii. the Effect of Recording Upon the Analyst

Justin Simon, M.D., Geraldine Fink, M.D., Merton M. Gill, M.D., Noble A. Endicott, M.D. and Irving H. Paul, Ph.D.

SUMMARY

Some problems of psychoanalytic research are related in this paper to the effect upon the analyst of audio-recording psychoanalytic

sessions. Through a comparison with the supervised analytic situation and a consideration of the analyst's essential tasks, the authors review some of their own and others' experiences in recorded analysis.

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