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Slap, J.W. (1965). British Journal of Psychiatry. CIX, 1963: Hughlings Jackson's Influence in Psychiatry. E. Stengel. Pp. 348-355.. Psychoanal Q., 34:624-625.
    
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: British Journal of Psychiatry. CIX, 1963: Hughlings Jackson's Influence in Psychiatry. E. Stengel. Pp. 348-355.

(1965). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 34:624-625

British Journal of Psychiatry. CIX, 1963: Hughlings Jackson's Influence in Psychiatry. E. Stengel. Pp. 348-355.

Joseph W. Slap

The author maintains that Hughlings Jackson has exerted a great influence in psychiatry. In the monograph, On Aphasia, which was translated into English by Stengel, Freud demonstrated a close familiarity with Jackson's writings, which contained such fundamental psychoanalytic concepts as regression, psychic determinism, psychodynamics, unconscious mental processes, and resistance. Stengel believes Freud's failure to acknowledge an indebtedness to Jackson might be explained by 'Freud's attitude to his prepsychoanalytic period, which he treated as a closed book'.

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Slap, J.W. (1965). British Journal of Psychiatry. CIX, 1963. Psychoanal. Q., 34:624-625

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