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(1973). Psyche, 26, Nos. 1–8, 1972: ANNELIESE MIRO (28 Bremen, Schwachhauser Heerstr. 347). Kinderneurosen als Symptome der Mütter (Remarks on the aetiology and psychotherapy of mothers whose 'symptoms' are their children's neurotic disturbances). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 54:126.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psyche, 26, Nos. 1–8, 1972: ANNELIESE MIRO (28 Bremen, Schwachhauser Heerstr. 347). Kinderneurosen als Symptome der Mütter (Remarks on the aetiology and psychotherapy of mothers whose 'symptoms' are their children's neurotic disturbances)

(1973). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 54:126

Psyche, 26, Nos. 1–8, 1972: ANNELIESE MIRO (28 Bremen, Schwachhauser Heerstr. 347). Kinderneurosen als Symptome der Mütter (Remarks on the aetiology and psychotherapy of mothers whose 'symptoms' are their children's neurotic disturbances)

Two case reports are used to illustrate the point that psychotherapy with the mothers is apt to influence the situation of their 'symptom children'. The first-born child of a hysterical-neurotic mother seems especially predestined as the object of the mother's projection. The underlying conflicts are externalized and thus unconscious; very often they are incestuous fantasies and insufficiently developed (or pseudo-masculine) forms of sexual identity. The child is involved in the mother's neurosis and has to assume symptomatic functions.

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(1973). Psyche, 26, Nos. 1–8, 1972. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 54:126

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