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Forrester, J. Gessert, A. Grose, A. Leader, D. Nobus, D. Pick, D. Worthington, A. Marianski, S. (2015). What is Psychoanalysis: Part 3: The Oedipus Complex. PEP Videostream, 1(3):11.

(2015). PEP Videostream, 1(3):11

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An Interview with:
John Forrester, Astrid Gessert, Anouchka Grose, Darian Leader, Dany Nobus, Daniel Pick, Anne Worthington

Project Manager
Stefan Marianski

Produced by:
We Are Cowboys Ltd

Director of Photography
James Westbrook

Published by:
Freud Museum London

'What is Psychoanalysis?' is a 4-part educational film series for students and teachers. Primarily aimed at A-Level Psychology students studying the 'psychodynamic approach', these films are intended to facilitate first encounters with Freud's thought..

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