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Steiner, R. (1999). Who influenced whom? and how? —a brief series of notes on E. Weiss, M. Klein (and I. Svevo) and the so-called ‘origins’ of ‘projective and introjective identification’. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 80(2):367-375.

(1999). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 80(2):367-375

Who influenced whom? and how? —a brief series of notes on E. Weiss, M. Klein (and I. Svevo) and the so-called ‘origins’ of ‘projective and introjective identification’

R. Steiner

On receiving the above letter Elizabeth Spillius and I sought the advice of Dr Riccardo Steiner. His reply is so enlightening that despite its unusual length I have decided to publish it in full. Editor.

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