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Raphling, D.L. Chused, J.F. (1988). Transference Across Gender Lines. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 36:77-104.

(1988). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 36:77-104

Transference Across Gender Lines

David L. Raphling, M.D. and Judith F. Chused, M.D.


Four clinical examples of oedipal-based transference across gender lines are presented with the aim of illustrating (1) its existence, (2) the defenses against its emergence, and (3) the use of the analyst's gender as both an organizer of and resistance to certain transference manifestations. Factors that contribute to the availability for analysis of cross-gender transference are discussed, as are the resistances and other obstacles to its actualization.

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