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Lionells, M. (1984). Aggression as a Hysterical Mechanism. Contemp. Psychoanal., 20:633-642.

(1984). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 20:633-642

Aggression as a Hysterical Mechanism

Marylou Lionells, Ph.D.

EACH OF THE HUMAN EMOTIONS has been the subject of philosophic scrutiny through the ages. Love, hate, fear, envy, lust, hope, greed, are all seen to be multifaceted defying simple definition. Each may vary widely in causality or stimulation. Each may vary in motive, expression, inner experience and impact on recipient or observer. Aggression is certainly no exception.

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