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Brown, W. (1924). Clinical: S. E. Hopper. Study of a Phobia. British Journal of Psychology, Medical Section, 1922, Vol. II, p. 292.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:93.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Clinical: S. E. Hopper. Study of a Phobia. British Journal of Psychology, Medical Section, 1922, Vol. II, p. 292.

(1924). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 5:93

Clinical: S. E. Hopper. Study of a Phobia. British Journal of Psychology, Medical Section, 1922, Vol. II, p. 292.

Warburton Brown

In this analysis of a phobia for thunderstorms in a woman of thirty years the investigator has been content with the success of the patient in establishing a connection between the ideas of sexuality in general and storms.

He has not sought for the origin of the phobia in the amnesias of childhood experiences and phantasies, and, because the symptom cleared up, has concluded that its origin lay in the psycho-sexual traumata, a number of which were experienced by the patient in later years.

The interpretations of her dreams are not based upon the free associations of the patient, but are construed by the investigator from his own imagination.

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Brown, W. (1924). Clinical. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:93

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