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Anderson, R. (1992). Clinical Lectures on Klein and Bion. New Library of Psychoanalysis, 14:1-133. London and New York: Tavistock/Routledge.
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(1992). New Library of Psychoanalysis, 14:1-133. London and New York: Tavistock/Routledge.

Clinical Lectures on Klein and Bion Next

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Contents

      Foreword by Hanna Segal ix
      Introduction Robin Anderson 1
1 Child analysis and the concept of unconscious phantasy Patricia Daniel 14
2 The emergence of early object relations in the psychoanalytic setting Irma Brenman Pick 24
3 The Oedipus situation and the depressive position Ronald Britton 34
4 The equilibrium between the paranoid-schizoid and the depressive positions John Steiner 46
5 Clinical experiences of projective identification Elizabeth Bott Spillius 59
6 Splitting and projective identification Michael Feldman 74
7 Psychosis: not thinking in a bizarre world Edna O'Shaughnessy 89
8 Keeping things in mind Ronald Britton 102
9 As if: the phenomenon of not learning Ruth Riesenberg Malcolm 114
  References 126

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Article Citation [Who Cited This?]

Anderson, R. (1992). Clinical Lectures on Klein and Bion. New Lib. of Psycho-Anal., 14:1-133. London and New York: Tavistock/Routledge.

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