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Maenchen, A. (1985). Anna Freud: The Vienna Years. Psychoanal Q., 54:523-536.

(1985). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 54:523-536

Anna Freud: The Vienna Years

Anna Maenchen, Ph.D.

ABSTRACT

This paper, which is largely drawn from personal recollections, provides a brief chronicle of Anna Freud's life, beginning with her early family years and extending to her professional contributions to the field of psychoanalysis. The role of continuity in the practice and experience of psychoanalysis is explored within the framework of theoretical models configured by Anna Freud. The consistent development of her career at a rapid pace provides a model for the promotion of good theory through useful and relevant work.

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