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Goldberg, A. (1998). Self Psychology Since Kohut. Psychoanal Q., 67(2):240-255.

(1998). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 67(2):240-255

Self Psychology Since Kohut

Arnold Goldberg, M.D.

The changes in psychoanalytic self psychology since its origination by Heinz Kohut are described as differences in three branches: the traditional, the intersubjective, and the relational. Each claims both a distinctiveness and a major influence within self psychology. These are described and contrasted. It is suggested that an effort to integrate all three is premature, and that they will continue to grow separately.

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