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Fonagy, P. Target, M. (1994). Who is Helped by Child Psychoanalysis? A Sample Study of Disruptive Children, from the Anna Freud Centre Retrospective Investigation. Bul. Anna Freud Centre, 17(4):291-315.

(1994). Bulletin of the Anna Freud Centre, 17(4):291-315

Who is Helped by Child Psychoanalysis? A Sample Study of Disruptive Children, from the Anna Freud Centre Retrospective Investigation

Peter Fonagy and Mary Target

1. Introduction

Historically, psychoanalysts beginning with Freud (1917, 1937) have maintained that the validity of psychoanalytic ideas is best supported or refuted by clinical material, in particular the patient's responses to interpretations. The child and adult psychoanalytic literature has consequently become an accumulation of case reports, intended to illustrate particular theoretical propositions (Fonagy & Tallandini-Shallice, 1992).

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