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Schneer, H.I. (1956). Psychodynamics of Tinnitus. Psychoanal Q., 25:72-78.

(1956). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 25:72-78

Psychodynamics of Tinnitus

Henry I. Schneer, M.D.


It is suggested from the brief therapy of two cases that the primal scene may be associated with later auditory symptoms

which bind anxiety, and substitute sounds which nevertheless retain their original significance. The first patient had a conscious recollection from early adolescence of an experience of hearing sounds which he attributed to parental coitus. For the second patient, the symptom was one of many conversion reactions, and may well have been partially induced by suggestion.

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