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Lander, J. (1956). Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Some Unconscious Determinants in Physicians Motivating the Use of Particular Treatment Methods—With Special Reference to Electroconvulsive Treatment. George J. Wayne. Pp. 83-87.. Psychoanal Q., 25:445.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Some Unconscious Determinants in Physicians Motivating the Use of Particular Treatment Methods—With Special Reference to Electroconvulsive Treatment. George J. Wayne. Pp. 83-87.

(1956). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 25:445

Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955: Some Unconscious Determinants in Physicians Motivating the Use of Particular Treatment Methods—With Special Reference to Electroconvulsive Treatment. George J. Wayne. Pp. 83-87.

Joseph Lander

Electroshock resembles an overwhelming assault, aggressive or sexual. It requires little contact of therapist with patient, and has a magical ritualistic quality. For these reasons it can be used to satisfy the needs of therapists burdened with certain unresolved, unconscious conflicts.

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Lander, J. (1956). Psychoanalytic Review. XLII, 1955. Psychoanal. Q., 25:445

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