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Engle, B. (1963). Psychiatric Quarterly. XXXVI, 1962: Further Observations on the Nemesis Concept. A. H. Chapman. Pp. 720-726.. Psychoanal Q., 32:450.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychiatric Quarterly. XXXVI, 1962: Further Observations on the Nemesis Concept. A. H. Chapman. Pp. 720-726.

(1963). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 32:450

Psychiatric Quarterly. XXXVI, 1962: Further Observations on the Nemesis Concept. A. H. Chapman. Pp. 720-726.

Bernice Engle

Chapman has described the nemesis concept as the patient's conviction that he is doomed to repeat the adverse pattern of another, usually a parent. The nemesis fear is rooted in his overwhelming guilt over the parent's death or catastrophic illness when he was a child. It appears as phobic, anxious, obsessive, or psychosomatic symptomatology. The therapeutic task is to trace the origins of the nemesis conviction and deal with the resolution of the patient's guilt.

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Engle, B. (1963). Psychiatric Quarterly. XXXVI, 1962. Psychoanal. Q., 32:450

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