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(1983). Psyche. XXXVI, 1982: Observations on the Subjective Indications for Psychoanalysis. Josef Dantlgraber. Pp. 193-225.. Psychoanal Q., 52:491.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psyche. XXXVI, 1982: Observations on the Subjective Indications for Psychoanalysis. Josef Dantlgraber. Pp. 193-225.

(1983). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 52:491

Psyche. XXXVI, 1982: Observations on the Subjective Indications for Psychoanalysis. Josef Dantlgraber. Pp. 193-225.

The concept of subjective indication gives central importance to the reaction of the therapist, that is, to the countertransference, in evaluating the analyzability of a patient in the initial interview. Thus, analyzability is not regarded as a dimension to be measured solely by applying objective criteria to the analysand but must also be assessed in regard to the subjective possibilities of the analyst.

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(1983). Psyche. XXXVI, 1982. Psychoanal. Q., 52:491

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