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Jones, E. (1927). Symposium on Child-Analysis. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 8:387-391.

(1927). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 8:387-391

Symposium on Child-Analysis

Ernest Jones




Whatever opinions I may have tentatively formed on this subject are based on the inferences to be drawn from adult analyses and from a few analyses of older children, including two at the age of nine, but above all from following closely several analyses of younger children conducted by skilled specialists in this branch.

Differences of opinion about the value of child analysis refer chiefly to the age preceding the latency period, i.e. to 'early analysis' in the strict sense, and the following remarks apply essentially to this early age. It is further plain that the central point of the differences in question relate to the question of the super-ego, for all the other questions that are raised in this connection can be reduced to this one.

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