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Nogueira, M. (2013). Psychoanalysis in the United States: 150 years after the Birth of Freud. The Philoctetes Ctr. Videostream, 1:2.
    

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(2013). The Philoctetes Center, 1(1):2

Psychoanalysis in the United States: 150 years after the Birth of Freud

Directed by:
Miguel Nogueira

Edited by:
Miguel Nogueira

Directorial Assistant:
Inga Nogueira

Moderated by:
Edward Nersessian

Panelist:
Jay Greenberg, William Grossman, Peter Loewenberg, Robert Michels, Jerome Winer

Published by:
Philoctetes Centre

Roundtable discussion February 17, 2006 on Psychoanalysis in the United States. A spontaneous discussion on how the panelists see Psychoanalysis today and in the future.

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