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Norman, H.F. Blacker, K.H. Oremland, J.D. Barrett, W.G. (1976). The Fate of the Transference Neurosis after Termination of a Satisfactory Analysis. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 24:471-498.

(1976). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 24:471-498

The Fate of the Transference Neurosis after Termination of a Satisfactory Analysis

Haskell F. Norman, M.D., K. H. Blacker, M.D., Jerome D. Oremland, M.D. and William G. Barrett, M.D.

DURING THE DECADES THAT FOLLOWED the publication of the classical cases of psychoanalysis, a number of follow-up studies have provided some data on the outcome of psychoanalytical treatment, including papers on Anna O. (Ellenberger, 1972); (Pollock, 1968), (1972), (1973), Emmy von N. (Anderson, 1958-1962), Dora (F. Deutsch, 1957), and the Wolf Man (Brunswick, 1928); (Gardiner, 1971); (Blum, 1974). In addition there have been briefer allusions to others, such as Little Hans (Freud, 1909); (Rizzo, 1972).

In some instances, follow-up information has been provided by the analyst: Freud's (1909) reference to Little Hans (pp. 148-149), Emmy von N. (1924) and Elizabeth von R. (1924) (Breuer and Freud, 1893-1895pp. 105, 160); Helene Deutsch (1959) has also written a follow-up study on two of her earlier published cases.

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