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Mitrani, J. (2011). Excogitating Bion's Cogitations: Further Implications for Technique. Psychoanal Q., 80(3):671-698.
    

(2011). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 80(3):671-698

Excogitating Bion's Cogitations: Further Implications for Technique

Judith Mitrani

The author takes up a number of Bion's musings posthumously published as Cogitations (1992) and attempts to demonstrate the clinical usefulness of Bion's thoughts. She offers some new models and some points of technique that might be derived from following the trail of these selected fragments of Bion's thinking. Several detailed clinical examples are offered for clarification and illustration.

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