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(1978). Psyche. XXXI, 1977: Comments on the Subject of Ego Transformation, Ego Defects, and Psychoanalytic Technique. Wolfgang Loch. Pp. 216-227.. Psychoanal Q., 47:648.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psyche. XXXI, 1977: Comments on the Subject of Ego Transformation, Ego Defects, and Psychoanalytic Technique. Wolfgang Loch. Pp. 216-227.

(1978). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 47:648

Psyche. XXXI, 1977: Comments on the Subject of Ego Transformation, Ego Defects, and Psychoanalytic Technique. Wolfgang Loch. Pp. 216-227.

After introductory remarks on the concept of the ego, the author discusses specific procedures which psychoanalysts must employ if they wish to deal therapeutically with ontogenetically very early ego defects and with the dimension of the primary unconscious. Since these techniques do not represent a contrast to the classical ones, but rather deepen them, the author advocates a uniform technique in reference to the contributions by Fürstenau and Argelander.

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(1978). Psyche. XXXI, 1977. Psychoanal. Q., 47:648

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