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Luborsky, L. Stuart, J. Friedman, S. Diguer, L. Seligman, D.A. Bucci, W. Pulver, S. Krause, E.D. Ermold, J. Davison, W.T. Woody, G. Mergenthaler, E. (2001). The Penn Psychoanalytic Treatment Collection: A Set of Complete and Recorded Psychoanalyses as a Research Resource. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 49(1):217-233.

(2001). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 49(1):217-233

The Penn Psychoanalytic Treatment Collection: A Set of Complete and Recorded Psychoanalyses as a Research Resource

Lester Luborsky, Jennifer Stuart, Scott Friedman, Louis Diguer, David A. Seligman, Wilma Bucci, Sydney Pulver, Elizabeth D. Krause, Jenna Ermold, Walter T. Davison, George Woody and Erhard Mergenthaler

From a set of seventeen complete and tape-recorded psychoanalyses, a sample of findings is presented: (a) the level of agreement of two clinical judges on the psychological health of these patients is adequate for the late sessions, but not for the early sessions; (b) the amount of change during psychoanalysis appears to be similar to that in the Menninger Foundation Psychotherapy Research Project; (c) psychiatric severity measures from the early sessions can yield a significant level of prediction of the later benefits from psychoanalysis. Finally, further research uses of this collection of psychoanalyses are suggested.

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