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Rappoport Aisemberg, E. Cassorla, R. Civitarese, G. Conci, M. Ferro, A. Fosshage, J. Katz, M. de Leon Bernardi, B. Lichtenberg, J. Neri, C. Silverman, M. Stern, D. Tubert-Oklander, J. (2016). International Field Theory Association: Roundtable Discussion July 21, 2015. PEP Videostream, 1(10):23.
    

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International Field Theory Association: Roundtable Discussion July 21, 2015

Panelist:
Elsa Rappoport Aisemberg, Roosevelt Cassorla, Giuseppe Civitarese, Marco Conci, Antonino Ferro, James Fosshage, Montana Katz, Beatriz de Leon Bernardi, Joseph Lichtenberg, Claudio Neri, Martin Silverman, Donnel Stern y Juan Tubert-Oklander

The International Field Theory Association Roundtable Discussion 2015 offers a discussion of advances in psychoanalytic field theory. Papers written for this meeting were published by Routledge under the title Advances in Contemporary Psychoanalytic Field Theory.

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