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Mahony, P. (1979). The Budding International Association of Psychoanalysis and Its Discontents. Psychoanal. Contemp. Thought, 2(4):551-591.

(1979). Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought, 2(4):551-591

The Budding International Association of Psychoanalysis and Its Discontents

Patrick Mahony, Ph.D.

In “Friendship and Its Discontents” (1979), I traced the origins of psychoanalysis in the personal life of Freud, his self-analysis, and his relationships with his sister-in-law, Minna Bernays, and with Wilhelm Fliess. The period I focused on, though not exclusively, was from approximately 1887 to 1904, and for principal documents I relied on the Fliess correspondence (Freud, 1887-1902) and The Interpretation of Dreams (Freud, 1900).

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