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Gottschalk, L.A. Whitman, R.M. (1962). Some Typical Complications Mobilized by the Psycho-Analytic Procedure. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 43:142-150.

(1962). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 43:142-150

Some Typical Complications Mobilized by the Psycho-Analytic Procedure

Louis A. Gottschalk and Roy M. Whitman

SUMMARY

We have tried to examine the basic features of the analytic relationship and to trace the reverberations and potentially immutable complications that these fundamental procedures may have in the intra-therapeutic and extra-therapeutic life of the analysand. We have suggested alertness to these reality aspects of the analytic procedure with frank examination of them as one means of detecting and mitigating them.

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