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Engle, B. (1962). Psychiatric Quarterly. XXXV, 1961: Some Dynamic Factors in the Problem of Aggression. Daniel M. Lipshutz. Pp. 78-87.. Psychoanal Q., 31:136.
    
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychiatric Quarterly. XXXV, 1961: Some Dynamic Factors in the Problem of Aggression. Daniel M. Lipshutz. Pp. 78-87.

(1962). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 31:136

Psychiatric Quarterly. XXXV, 1961: Some Dynamic Factors in the Problem of Aggression. Daniel M. Lipshutz. Pp. 78-87.

Bernice Engle

In the so-called interminable analysis the patient acting out his aggression resembles closely the young child in a tantrum. The aggression is the result of his very early, intense frustration in the mother-child relationship and may take on paranoid proportions. Aggression becomes the primary defense in the transference situation. To satisfy childhood needs, the patient must be allowed long periods of reality testing until he is convinced of fulfilment.

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Engle, B. (1962). Psychiatric Quarterly. XXXV, 1961. Psychoanal. Q., 31:136

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