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(1969). Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: GISELA JOHN (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Zum Problem der Nachuntersuchung von Patienten durch Retests (Follow-up studies by means of retests). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 50:399.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: GISELA JOHN (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Zum Problem der Nachuntersuchung von Patienten durch Retests (Follow-up studies by means of retests)

(1969). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 50:399

Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968: GISELA JOHN (6 Frankfurt/Main, Myliusstr. 20, Germany). Zum Problem der Nachuntersuchung von Patienten durch Retests (Follow-up studies by means of retests)

In a pilot study retests were compared with patients' original tests in order to recognize and evaluate the changes (success or failure) brought about by psychoanalytic treatment. The projective test methods proved to be a relatively differentiated and reliable tool for the understanding of very complicated processes such as psychical change; this is illustrated with several case reports. Evaluations are based upon R. Schafer's scale of five aspects indicating observable changes.

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(1969). Psyche, 22, Nos. 9–11, 1968. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 50:399

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