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Strachey, A. (1924). Clinical: J. Lhermitte. La Psychanalyse. Clinique et Laboratoire. No. 7, August 30, 1922, p. 123.. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:93.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Clinical: J. Lhermitte. La Psychanalyse. Clinique et Laboratoire. No. 7, August 30, 1922, p. 123.

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

Clinical: J. Lhermitte. La Psychanalyse. Clinique et Laboratoire. No. 7, August 30, 1922, p. 123.

A. Strachey

Dr. Lhermitte, in an article of six pages, gives a fair and sympathetic account of the libidinal theory of the psychoneuroses. He considers it from an historical point of view as well as in its present form. He does not attempt to criticize it, since his article is intended to be informative; but he points out in one place the practical dangers of inexpert analysis.

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Strachey, A. (1924). Clinical. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:93

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