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(1969). Psychoanalytic Review. LIV, No. 3, 1967: Psychoanalysis and Social Reality: Opening Remarks. Paul Cornyetz. Pp. 61-65.. Psychoanal Q., 38:162.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychoanalytic Review. LIV, No. 3, 1967: Psychoanalysis and Social Reality: Opening Remarks. Paul Cornyetz. Pp. 61-65.

(1969). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 38:162

Psychoanalytic Review. LIV, No. 3, 1967: Psychoanalysis and Social Reality: Opening Remarks. Paul Cornyetz. Pp. 61-65.

Freud's concern was primarily with intrapsychic processes. He turned his attention back to reality factors because of various technical problems which forced him to reformulate his theories. To avoid various philosophical ways of defining reality the author prefers to work with Erikson's terms of actuality.

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(1969). Psychoanalytic Review. LIV, No. 3, 1967. Psychoanal. Q., 38:162

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