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Silverman, S. (2002). Unusual Child-Mother Communication during Separation: A Psychoanalytic Study. J. Appl. Psychoanal. Stud., 4(2):231-245.

(2002). Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, 4(2):231-245

Unusual Child-Mother Communication during Separation: A Psychoanalytic Study

Samuel Silverman

This paper describes two vignettes from psychoanalytic work with a mother who experienced unusual communication with her baby when they were apart. These episodes suggest there are sensory cues or an extrasensory perceptual awareness between individuals separated by physical distance. This paper attempts to describe these “thought transferences” in order to better understand communication phenomena that have not been described in the scientific literature.

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