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Whittle, P. (2000). Response to Commentaries Paul Whittle. Neuropsychoanalysis, 2(2):259-264.

(2000). Neuropsychoanalysis, 2(2):259-264

Response to Commentaries Paul Whittle Related Papers

Paul Whittle

Several commentators expressed their heartfelt recognition of the personal situation I described, that of taking psychoanalysis seriously in a university department of psychology. We should not lose sight of how extraordinary it is that serious discussion of the past century's most influential current of psychological thought should be almost taboo in such departments. Oliver Turnbull, in his perceptive description of the occasion of my lecture, nicely describes his anxiety (which I shared) about its reception in the supposedly friendly atmosphere of the weekly departmental seminar.

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