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(1984). Errata. Contemp. Psychoanal., 20:165-165.

(1984). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 20:165-165

Errata

In our last issue, 19, No. 4, 1983 there was a misprint in the Books Received department. To wit: (page 698) "Schorr, Joseph E., Psychotherapy Through Surgery, " should have been printed as "Schorr, Joseph E., Psychotherapy Through Imagery." And a footnote was lost on page 695. The sentence, "For this to happen, it is the analyst, and his or her technique, which must adapt to the changing needs of the patient rising out of the maturational fact, " should have been denoted with superscript6; and below the footnote missing was "6Epstein (1982) Adapting to the patient's therapeutic need. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 18: 190–217, has addressed this point."

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